Posts tagged as:


TweetThe Colorado Supreme Court recently upheld the firing of a university professor, Ward Churchill, who wrote a stomach churning essay comparing the 9/11 terror victims to Adolf Eichman.  Fittingly, the court’s ruling came down on September 10 of this year, one day before the eleventh anniversary of the attack.  Ward Churchill, who had been a […]

{ 1 comment }

TweetAs you have probably read by now, a former Navy SEAL has written a controversial book about the May 2011 killing of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan.  Not surprisingly, the Pentagon is not happy about it.  Just a few days ago, the U.S. Department of Defense’s general counsel sent the author of the book entitled “No […]


TweetIn what is considered a merely symbolic gesture, a federal magistrate judge in Manhattan, Judge Frank Maas, recommended that Al-Qaida, the Taliban and Iran pay $6 billion to relatives of the victims and survivors of 9/11 for aiding in those terrorist attacks.  The recommendation is seen as symbolic because it will be nearly impossible to collect […]