Posts Tagged ‘Islamic Extremism’

“‘The Reality from Obama’s Fairway’: 9/11 Terrorist Threat Attacks Increase”

September 12th, 2014

By James Zumwalt, Special for USDR As another 9/11 anniversary date arrives, anxiety levels for those in law enforcement and the intelligence community increase. Islamic terrorists attach a great deal of symbolism to certain dates and events–9/11 is definitely one of them. One sign an attack may be imminent is increased communications among terrorists. Such

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Iraq’s Serengeti Killers

September 9th, 2014

by LT. COLONEL JAMES G. ZUMWALT, USMC (RET) Nature films of the lion’s predatory life on the African Serengeti are most captivating. Viewers gain an appreciation for the animal’s killing instincts-one somewhat tempered by the horror also visible in the eyes of its prey. Nature has armed the lion with a number of traits to

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Is Vatican’s Reluctance To Get Involved Fueling ISIS

September 4th, 2014

By James Zumwalt, Special for USDR In December 1937, one of the most brutal military campaigns in history got underway as the population of Nanking, China, was subjected to uncontrolled butchery by invading Japanese forces. Known as “the Rape of Nanking,” it would last for six weeks, claiming 40,000 lives. Almost eight decades later, ISIS

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Groundhog Day, The Movie, Brought to us by Obama

September 3rd, 2014

By James G. Zumwalt In the 1993 comedy movie “Groundhog Day,” Bill Murray played a television weatherman sent to cover the annual Groundhog Day event in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. However, he awakens each morning to find himself in a time loop, repeating the same day again and again.For six years now, Americans have experienced a similar

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Foley Died and Obama Lied

August 27th, 2014

By James G. Zumwalt President Obama broke away long enough from his vacation to issue a statement after the August 19th beheading of journalist Jim Foley. Declaring it to be a terrorist attack against the U.S., he exercised extremely bad form-undermining the seriousness of the incident-by rushing back to play golf. Interestingly, England’s Prime Minister

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What Future Anthropologists will Say about Us

August 26th, 2014

By James G. Zumwalt Recent news stories reveal a frightening theme emerging. In Iraq and Syria, Islamic terrorist group ISIS expands its borders, unleashing brutality upon its fellow Muslims to “purify” the region of opponents. Undeterred by world opinion or the same political correctness (PC) Islam’s defenders in the U.S. raise to prevent rational discussions

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Even A “Do Nothing” Foreign Policy Eventually Can Be Right

August 1st, 2014

By James ZumwaltIf a U.S. President embraces a “Do Nothing” foreign policy long enough, inaction might eventually prove to be the right course. It has only taken five years and close to 200 rounds of golf in office for President Obama to do it, but his inaction in Iraq to date following significant ISIS ground

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Iraq: What Could Have Been

July 22nd, 2014

By James Zumwalt In the aftermath of the ISIS advance through Iraq and into Syria, the question has been raised in the media as to whether the presence of U.S. forces in Iraq would have made a difference in stopping such a determined enemy or just delayed the eventuality of its ultimate success. That question

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Little protest is heard of Islamic law’s inroads in U.S. courts

June 6th, 2014

By James Zumwalt Wednesday, June 4, 2014 The adage “charity begins at home” served as a reminder that if one is generous at home it creates a sense of responsibility to be charitable outside the home as well. Obviously, a variation of the adage is unknown to those who protested at the Beverly Hills Hotel in

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Separating violent Islam from its peaceful twin won’t be easy

March 14th, 2014

Britain seeks to conduct an interesting surgical procedure. Extremely difficult to perform, it is the equivalent of separating Siamese twins. Success or failure rests on where the twins are connected. Britain is the surgeon; the patient is a major religion. While the proposed surgical approach seeks to eliminate one twin suffering from an affliction of

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