Did You Catch Obama’s Surprise Benghazi Revelation During Presidential Press Conference?

Jason Howerton The Blaze 8/9/2013

President Barack Obama revealed for the first time the existence of a sealed indictment in the Benghazi terror attack, a move that would mean legal trouble for anyone other than the commander-in-chief.

During a presidential press conference on Friday, Obama was asked why justice has been slow in the aftermath […]

Spain Arrests Two Terror Suspects Days Before Madrid Marathon

Patricia Laya Bloomberg 4/23/2013

Spanish police arrested two men they said may have ties to an al-Qaeda terrorist group in North Africa after one of them allegedly praised the recent Boston Marathon bombings.

The suspects, who were detained five days before the Madrid marathon event, are not believed to have possessed explosives or planned attacks […]

Hillary Clinton’s ‘hacked’ Benghazi emails sent to RT

RT [Russia Today] 3/19/2013

RT has received emails that are alleged to have been sent from a one-time White House aide to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Read the full release here.

A hacker using the alias “Guccifer” was credited last week with compromising the AOL email account of Sidney Blumenthal, a 64-year-old journalist […]

Someone Just Leaked Obama’s Rules for Assassinating American Citizens

Mike Riggs Reason Magazine 2/4/2013

For over a year now journalists, civil liberties advocates, and members of Congress have been asking the Obama administration to release internal memoranda from the Office of Legal Counsel justifying Obama’s targeted killing program. While the White House continues to deny that such memos exist, NBC is reporting that it […]

Reconsidering Michele Bachmann

John Hinderaker PowerLine 1/21/2013

The Washington Post reports today that al Qaeda’s successful attack on the Algerian natural gas plant has greatly boosted al Qaeda’s prestige in Africa. Along the way, the Post notes rather casually:

The assailants were well-trained and armed with what appear to have been weapons from the late Libyan leader Moammar […]

U.N. Refugee Agency Warns of Crisis in Mali

Nick Cumming-Bruce The New York Times 1/18/2013

GENEVA — As French and African troops escalated their offensive against Islamist forces in the north of Mali on Friday, the United Nations refugee agency said it was preparing for around 700,000 people to flee the violence, many to neighboring countries.

The United Nations believes that more […]