We must not develop tunnel vision around today’s terrorist threat. There are several actions we can take now to minimize the known unknowns of tomorrow.
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The road to Syria runs through Tehran. Our attention should be on regime change in Iran first. Only when the ayatollahs are swept aside is there even a glimmer of a chance for Middle East peace and security.
A close review of visa program processes is needed to close crucial loopholes and ensure terrorists cannot make it to America.
A temporary suspension of the Schengen Agreement would give Europe and America time. We frankly need all the time we can get.
It’s one thing to dispute the wisdom of President Barack Obama’s diplomacy with Iran; it’s another thing to try to re-write history.
Has anyone thought through what a post-Assad conflict with ISIS and al Qaeda would look like?
It’s not fine and it’s not OK that CBP again allowed an entire airplane’s passengers to skip the customs check and that a TSA agent did nothing about it upon learning about the error.
Negotiations between the Syrian regime and elements of the Syrian armed opposition are scheduled to begin on January 25, 2016, in Geneva to lay the groundwork for a ceasefire and political transition. But can they accomplish anything?