The Massachusetts special election race for the Senate is getting more combative, with election day only a month away. Democrat Ed Markey this month released a web video attacking Republican rival Gabriel Gomez for his connections to...Show More Summary
Now this is fascinating. President Obama Thursday deceptively took Osama Bin Laden’s words out of context to help make a point about how al Qaeda is on its knees and we can curtail our use of drones – and start winding down the rest of the War on Terror. Or... -
Gomez is Not backing down– Massachusetts Republican Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez called opponent Rep. Ed Markey (D., Mass.) “pond scum” during an interview on Thursday. This was after his opponent Ed Markey compared Gomez, a former Navy SEAL, to Osama … Continue reading ?
(CNN) – The U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts took a nasty turn this week when the Republican candidate equated his Democratic rival to "pond scum" for a web video that pictured him on screen with Osama bin Laden. Saying he couldn't think of anything more offensive, Gabriel Gomez told a reporter he was worried his […]
Back in 2004, in a video addressed to the American people, Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden described his “bleed until bankruptcy” strategy. “All that we have to do is to send two Mujahedin to the farthest point east to raise a piece of cloth on which is written al-Qaeda in order to make the [...]
WITH THE IRS scandal dogging the White House, due to the fetish like prophylactic protection penchant of White House aides, President Obama turned to counterterrorism and invoking Osama bin Laden, in a speech that reminded the American people that he’s the guy who got Osama. Turning to national security, Obama sought to interrupt the right [...]Show More Summary
Who could have imagined that a Senator who came into office on a commercial morphing his opponent into Osama bin Laden would declare Obama speech a victory for terrorists....
In this Memorial Day Weekend special broadcast, hear the first-hand account of the raid that killed the world's most wanted terrorist from one of the Navy SEALS who pulled the trigger
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As NewsBusters reported last week, even David Letterman is now telling jokes about Barack Obama. The CBS Late Show host continued to do so Tuesday saying, "He's in so much trouble politically, the President, he's thinking about killing bin Laden again." read more -
A federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday that the U.S. government had properly classified top secret more than 50 images of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden taken after his death, and that the government did not need to release them. The unanimous ruling by three judges on the U.S. Show More Summary
Remember the Bin Laden photos? When the al-Qaeda leader was killed two years ago, people immediately began asking whether the world would ever get to see an image of his body. At first, then-CIA director Leon Panetta said photos would be released, but President Obama overruled him. Show More Summary
A federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday that Osama bin Laden’s death photos can stay a secret. The US government currently has more than 50 images marked classified that were taken of the al Qaeda leader after his death. The ruling was unanimous by three judges on the US Court of Appeals for the District [...]Show More Summary
A federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday that the U.S. government had properly classified top secret more than 50 images of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden taken after his death, and that the government did not need to release them. Read more here.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday that the U.S. government had properly classified top secret more than 50 images of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden taken after his death, and that the government did not need to release them. The unanimous ruling by three judges on the U.S. Show More Summary
The government has argued that the classified images could spark violence against Americans abroad.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The son-in-law of Osama bin Laden and former spokesman for al Qaeda, who has pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiring to kill Americans, was warned on Tuesday that his three chosen lawyers may not get clearance to review classif...
Release of the photos could cause “exceptionally grave harm.”