Below The Beltway

I believe in the free speech that liberals used to believe in, the economic freedom that conservatives used to believe in, and the personal freedom that America used to believe in.

Archive for the 'War On Terror' Category

Remembering September 11th

by @ Saturday, September 11th, 2010. Filed under Personal, September 11th, War On Terror

Since there isn’t anything better I can write about what September 11th means to me than what I wrote in 2007, here it is again. This is the third fourth year that I’ve been blogging during the anniversary of the September 11th attacks. Each time I’ve tried, in one way or another, to articulate how […]

Judge Napolitano: Bush & Cheney Should Have Been Indicted

Well, you sure don’t hear this from your typical Fox News contributor: NADER: What’s the sanction for President Bush and Vice President Cheney? [...] NAPOLITANO: They should have been indicted. They absolutely should have been indicted for torturing, for spying, for arresting without warrants. I’d like to say they should be indicted for lying but […]

The Rise Of The Surveillance State

by @ Sunday, June 6th, 2010. Filed under Homeland Security, Individual Liberty, Privacy, War On Terror

From Reason TV a look at how America has drifted, slowly and quietly, into the land of Big Brother:

The Insane Hysteria Over A Planned Mosque Near Ground Zero

by @ Thursday, May 13th, 2010. Filed under In The News, Islam, Politics, Religion, September 11th

Plans to build a mosque and Islamic Community Center two blocks from the site of the former World Trade Center, have caused the anti-Muslim corner of the blogosphere to go just a little nuts: New York (CNN) — Plans to build a mosque two blocks away from ground zero have set off an emotional debate […]

Eric Holder: Pakistani Taliban Behind Times Square Bomb Attempt

After some confusion over whether the government was looking to Pakistan as the source of the Times Square bombing attempt, Attorney General Holder seemed to confirm their role today: More firmly and publicly than before, senior officials of the Obama administration on Sunday blamed the failed attempt to blow up a bomb in Times Square […]

“No Credible Evidence” Times Square Bomber Trained By Terrorists

by @ Saturday, May 8th, 2010. Filed under Homeland Security, In The News, War On Terror

The ties between Faisal Shahzad and the Pakistani Taliban, or any other terrorist group, appear to be far less substantial than first thought: WASHINGTON — No credible evidence has been found so far that the Pakistani-American man accused in the Times Square bombing plot received any serious terrorist training from the Pakistani Taliban or another […]

Joe Lieberman Introduces Insane And Unconstitutional Citizenship Stripping Bill

All Eyes Turn To Pakistan In Times Square Investigation

by @ Thursday, May 6th, 2010. Filed under Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Pakistan, War On Terror

It’s increasingly apparent that the Pakistani Taliban was indeed behind the attempted bombing of Times Square: WASHINGTON — American officials said Wednesday that it was very likely that a radical group once thought unable to attack the United States had played a role in the bombing attempt in Times Square, elevating concerns about whether other […]

Sen. Lindsay Graham Calls Miranda Rights “Counterproductive”

by @ Wednesday, May 5th, 2010. Filed under Homeland Security, Individual Liberty, Politics, War On Terror

The trifecta is complete. First, we had John McCain objecting to abiding by the Fifth Amendment. Then, Joe Lieberman decided it was a good idea to threaten to strip U.S. Citizenship from people merely accused of a crime. Now, Lindsay Graham has joined the crowd: Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) wants to allow the government to […]

Faisal Shahzad On Anti-Terror Squad’s Radar In 2004

by @ Wednesday, May 5th, 2010. Filed under Homeland Security, In The News, War On Terror

Take a look at this interesting tidbit from today’s New York Times: George LaMonica, a 35-year-old computer consultant, said he bought his two-bedroom condominium in Norwalk, Conn., from Mr. Shahzad for $261,000 in May 2004. A few weeks after he moved in, Mr. LaMonica said, investigators from the national Joint Terrorism Task Force interviewed him, […]

[Below The Beltway is proudly powered by WordPress.]