Al-Qaida on Townhall

Leah Barkoukis - Tue Feb 11

National Intelligence Director James Clapper and Defense Intelligence Agency Director Michael Flynn directly contradicted the president during a Senate Armed Services committee hearing. ... more

Michelle Malkin - Fri Jan 17

Nicole Bailey - Sat Dec 7

At a House hearing earlier this week on the progress of Tunisia three years after its revolution, Rep. Deutch captured the sentiments of many in the room when expressing that both Congress and the American people are paying "insufficient" attention to a country of top-priority significance to US foreign policy. ... more

Debra J. Saunders - Tue Nov 12

Steve Chapman - Sun Nov 10

Pat Buchanan - Tue Aug 6

Terry Jeffrey - Wed Apr 17

After President Barack Obama decided to intervene militarily in the Libyan revolution -- and after he reportedly signed a finding authorizing covert action there -- weapons went from Libya to Syrian rebels, Algerian terrorists and al-Qaida in Mali. ... more

Austin Bay - Wed Jan 23

Four years ago, as his first term began, President Barack Obama ditched the name Global War on Terror (GWOT). Instead of fighting Al-Qaida-inspired terrorism around the world, the U.S. would conduct "overseas contingency operations" (OCO). ... more

Austin Bay - Wed Jan 16

As you read about the French military intervention in Mali, undertaken to defeat an offensive by al-Qaida's North African affiliate and loosely allied tribal rebels, remember two points. ... more

Austin Bay - Wed Sep 5

In the eight years between the fierce October 1993 "Blackhawk Down" battle in Mogadishu, Somalia, and their own 9-11 terror strike on Washington and New York, al-Qaida's leaders touted the U.S. military's indecisive venture in Somalia as conclusive evidence of Western decadence and flagging American will. ... more