Category Archives: Terrorism

Two Countries

You wouldn’t know that the terrorist attacks on Friday happened in France. Republican Larry Hogan on Facebook: As governor of Maryland, the safety and security of Marylanders remains my first priority. Following the terrorist attacks on Paris just four days ago, and after careful consideration, I am now requesting that federal authorities cease any additional settlements of refugees from Syria… Read more »

Van Hollen On Hogan

From the Van Hollen press office this afternoon. Maryland Congressman Chris Van Hollen released the following statement after Maryland Governor Larry Hogan requested that federal authorities cease any additional settlements of refugees from Syria in Maryland: “FDR reminded us that ‘the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.’ It is shameful that Governor Hogan and others would seek… Read more »

That Didn’t Take Long

“Careful consideration” lasted less than 24 hours – and probably consisted of a consultation with Chris Christie.   Disgusting, revolting, uncharitable, manipulative, fear mongering, un-Christian,  immoral and illegal to boot. I’m only stopping the list of adjectives now because I’m really trying hard not to call him some very bad names. Mr. Middle of the Road just drove the car into… Read more »

Egypt Crash The Work Of Terrorists

The Russian government, which had initially vehemently denied that the plane crash in the Sinai Peninsula was the result of a bomb, now acknowledges that it was. The mid-air explosion of a Russian jetliner over the Sinai desert last month that killed all 224 people on board was the result of a terrorist attack, Russia’s chief intelligence officer said Tuesday. At… Read more »

Egypt Crash The Work Of Terrorists

The Russian government, which had initially vehemently denied that the plane crash in the Sinai Peninsula was the result of a bomb, now acknowledges that it was. The mid-air explosion of a Russian jetliner over the Sinai desert last month that killed all 224 people on board was the result of a terrorist attack, Russia’s chief intelligence officer said Tuesday. At… Read more »

What To Do About ISIS – And What Not To Do

A hundred million years ago, I was an undergraduate international relations major, primarily focusing on US-Soviet relations, Russian history and security studies. Isn’t it great that two out of the three became totally obsolete within five years of my graduation in 1985? (My parents were so pleased with their investment that I paid for law school myself. That investment worked… Read more »