Henry Kissinger's quick trip across the news headlines as chairman of the new commission to investigate the September 11 attacks was curious. I wish the nosy media, which love to indulge in the sport of "gotcha," would apply their … [Read more...] about Kissinger’s Exit Leaves Curious Questions Unanswered
If the hijackers had used guns for their crimes on 9/11, we would surely now be caught up in a frenzy of demands that this “lesson” calls for tough gun-control legislation. But they didn't use any firearms, just easily purchased box-cutters. The … [Read more...] about Second Amendment Rights In Reality and In Court
The Patients' Bill of Rights has moved to the back burner on Capitol Hill because of priorities such as closing our wide-open borders and stopping visa approvals to terrorists. The Senate and House have passed different versions of the bill, which … [Read more...] about MSAs Are The Solution
The media have surfeited us with wall-to-wall-carpet coverage of the anniversary of 9/11, posing soul-searching questions. How has 9/11 changed America, and what are we doing to make sure there is never a repeat attack? Appearing on Meet the Press, … [Read more...] about What 9/11 Changed and Didn’t Change
Now we are told, belatedly, that the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center could have been detected beforehand. FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III has admitted that mistakes were made, the "dots should have been connected,” situations … [Read more...] about Why Hasn’t Anybody Been Fired?
A funny thing happened on the way to Senator Dianne Feinstein's (D-CA) proposal to take a six-month time-out on issuing visas to foreign students in order to defend Americans from fraud and potential terrorists. She was backed into a corner by an … [Read more...] about What’s Hiding Behind The Student Visa Scandal
Since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, support for the United States has poured in from around the world, but the response from Mexico has been decidedly lukewarm. A Gallup poll reported that 78 percent of Mexicans oppose contributing troops to a … [Read more...] about Is it Assimilation or Invasion?
The Bush Administration's announcements that it will delay indefinitely the admission of refugees from terrorist countries, and that it will find and deport foreigners who are illegally in the United States because their visa terms have expired, … [Read more...] about Finding Terrorists Inside The United States
As President Bush has warned us, this is a new kind of war. He is doing a good job of the military and diplomatic legs of the U.S. response to terrorism, but it's up to citizens to insist that the response on the homeland front be effective and … [Read more...] about Triad Response to Terrorism
The current attempt to inflict Americans with the burden of having to carry a national ID card did not begin on 9-11 and, indeed, is unrelated to it. The attack on the World Trade Center is just a convenient excuse to promote this thoroughly … [Read more...] about ID Card: The Password to the Police State