Christmas Day bomber trained with Al Qaeda in Yemen

Revealed: Chilling video that shows failed Christmas Day bomber training with Al Qaeda in Yemen Read more:

Mail Foreign Service The Daily Mail [UK] 27 Apr 2010

Christmas Day airline bomb suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab has been shown on a video training with Al Qaeda in Yemen.

The video, obtained and broadcast yesterday by […]

Barack Obama orders killing of US cleric Anwar al-Awlaki

Barack Obama’s administration has authorised the assassination of the radical Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, a rare move against an American citizen.

Tom Leonard in New York Telegraph [UK] 7 April 2010

The Yemen-based al-Awlaki has been linked to the Fort Hood massacre and the attempt in December to blow up a Detroit-bound jet by […]

In the case of Eric Holder

Scott Johnson Power Line 2/12/2010

Anyone who wants to understand the farcical falsehoods promulgated by the Obama administration to justify its treatment of Umar Abdulmutallab as a criminal defendant can’t do better than read former Attorney General Michael Mukasey’s Washington Post column “Where the U.S. went wrong on the Christmas day bomber.”

For starters, however, […]

DHS advisor Brennan embarrasses himself

Rory Cooper National Review/The Corner 2/9/2010

Earlier this weekend, former Alaska governor Sarah Palin told Chris Wallace in a Fox News interview that the Obama administration’s position on dissent is that detractors should “sit down and shut up.” The Huffington Post crowd immediately jumped on the statement, saying it couldn’t be supported.

Well, 24 […]

Administration changes story on Christmas Day bomber

Byron York Washington Examiner 2/3/10

…Ever since the public learned that authorities had just 50 minutes to question Abdulmutallab before he was read his Miranda rights and refused to answer any further questions, the Obama administration has claimed that it had, during that brief interrogation, gotten all the information that was possible to be gained […]

Abdulmutallab interrogated for less than an hour; White House defends handling of terrorist case

by Byron York Washington Examiner 1/24/2010

The White House is not disputing a report that FBI agents questioned accused Northwest Airlines bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab for just 50 minutes before deciding to grant him the right to remain silent and provide him with a court-appointed lawyer — a decision that led Abdulmutallab to stop talking […]