The government of Pakistan shuttered the offices of the international aid agency Save the Children on Thursday and ordered any foreign workers with the organization to leave the country within 15 days.
"If you're interviewing President Obama and you ask him whether Osama bin Laden is his brother or whether he's conspiring with Iran to destroy America, that's not just a question. Why not ask an African-American congressman if he's held...Show More Summary
Al-Qaeda's spiritual leaders say the organization is on the verge of "collapse" while ISIS thrives. The former al-Qaeda branch—booted last year for disobeying Osama bin Laden successor Ayman al-Zawahiri—is attracting money and recruits that have helped it spread from Afghanistan to west Africa, even as an al-Qaeda group...
There are many questions about Osama bin Laden that people might want to have answered, and his adult movie preferences appear to be one of them. However, the CIA would not reveal this particular detail to anyone, no matter how hard they might try. Show More Summary
A blogger for a men's website was denied his FOIA request to the CIA for Osama Bin Laden's porn collection. This came off of numerous rumors of an extensive video collection being recovered from the al-quads leader's military compou...
The BroBible, an online news source for 20-something bros, wants to know what kind of porn Osama bin Laden was ‘enjoying’ before his death. Unfortunately, the dirty stash is being treated as classified state documents and the CIA won’t let anyone get their hands on it.
If you were hoping to score a peek at Osama Bin Laden's pile of smut, arguably the most salacious stuff collected when Navy SEALs raided his hideout in Pakistan, it looks like you're out of luck: The White House is keeping good on its...Show More Summary
Read more from 'Primary Sources,' the VICE News FOIA blog In addition to his library of English-language books on topics such as international law, voting irregularities, and the Illuminati, Osama bin Laden also had a pretty substantial porn collection. Show More Summary
Was bin Laden into cake farts?
Over the weekend, The New York Times wrote an in-depth look at the history of SEAL Team 6, the Navy’s secretive unit that is best known for killing Osama bin Laden. In a piece filled with insight from former members on the controversial...Show More Summary
In 2011, one of the most notorious terrorist leaders was killed by U.S. Navy Seals. Osama Bin Laden was killed in his secret Pakistan compound. Many have speculated on different aspects of the government operation, called Zero Dark Thirty. Out of the hundreds of pieces of confiscated items, such as hard drives and Al-Qaida files, […]
Authored by Jim Quinn's Burning Platform blog, For the lazy people who don’t like to slog through Hussman’s entire data laden weekly tome, I’ve picked out the most pertinent sections. For the really lazy, I’ve bolded the most important sentences. Show More Summary
This post is originally by Geoffrey Ingersoll. Ever since the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound in 2011, the American public and policymakers have taken an intense interest in US Navy SEALs and Military Special Operators in general....Show More Summary
SEAL Team 6, the special operations unit that took down Osama bin Laden, has emerged as “a global manhunting machine” whose secrecy has raised questions about its accountability, the New York Times reported Sunday. The Times documented the SEALs growth in size and importance since 9/11,...
Lukman Faily, Iraq’s Ambassador to the United States, warned that ISIS has created “thousands and thousands” of Bin Ladens while... The post Iraqi Ambassador Warns US: ISIS Has Created “Thousands & Thousands of Bin Ladens” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Director Morgan Spurlock has tackled a variety of topics in documentary films. He looked at the nutritional value of McDonald’s in Super Size Me, tried to hunt a terrorist in Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?, exposed marketingShow More Summary
They're known for battling Somali pirates, rescuing hostages, and killing Osama Bin Laden — and now the military’s go-to spy group.
The Navy's SEAL Team 6, which is known for leading the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, has been operating for decades capturing and killing America's enemies in hot spots around the world, as one of the most secretive and least regulated Special Operations forces on the planet.
20th Grand Slam for the American star.