EXCLUSIVE: Syrians warn U.S. that Al Qaeda has hijacked revolution
Sep05

EXCLUSIVE: Syrians warn U.S. that Al Qaeda has hijacked revolution

DALLAS, August 29, 2013 – In response to allegations of chemical weapon use, the United States may attack war-torn Syria soon. Per the White House, military installations will be targeted as retribution for President Bashar Assad’s suspected use of chemical weapons. As of this writing, an attack is imminent. On the eve of yet another Middle East war, many Americans struggle to understand why Syria’s brutal, complicated civil battles...

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Syria Vote: If There’s Any Time For a Rand Paul Filibuster, It’s Now
Sep05

Syria Vote: If There’s Any Time For a Rand Paul Filibuster, It’s Now

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) hinted on Tuesday that if a resolution authorizing military force against Syria passed with enough votes, he would consider a filibuster. On Wednesday, he reversed those remarks. Paul would be wise to reconsider his retraction. John McCain’s behavior during Wednesday’s hearing indicates the votes for military action against President Bashar al-Assad in the Senate are likely pre-destined. The lack of...

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EXCLUSIVE: Syrian-American Councilwoman pleads intervention case
Sep04

EXCLUSIVE: Syrian-American Councilwoman pleads intervention case

My first video interview posted via my Washington Times column. I rather enjoyed breaking out into new mediums. In an effort to be fair on the Syria matter, I spoke with pro-interventionist diplomat, Ranya Sabbagh, who just returned from Turkey. During her mission, she worked directly with Free Syrian Army rebels, survived Assad’s bombings and conversed with refugees fleeing the destruction. In this interview, she answers some...

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Interview: Why I tell the soldier’s story in the War on Terror
Aug14

Interview: Why I tell the soldier’s story in the War on Terror

So this is my first time to discuss why I write about the War on Terror, foreign policy, and veteran’s issues for WT Communities Digital News, LLC. As a libertarian, my passion for reporting on war and the military seems contradictory, so I explain how I got started and where my fierce passion originates. My devotion to giving a voice to our returning warriors is something I found a bit difficult to articulate without ranting,...

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EXCLUSIVE: Interview with 21-year-old Rebel in Egypt’s Tahrir Square
Jul02

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with 21-year-old Rebel in Egypt’s Tahrir Square

DALLAS, July 2, 2013 ― While the American media saturates viewers with coverage on the Paula Deen scandal and George Zimmerman’s trial, the largest political protests in the history of mankind are rocking Egypt. Since June 30th, an estimated 11 to 33 million Egyptians filled the capital’s squares with banners, flags and demands that President Mohamed Morsi resign. Morsi represents the Muslim Brotherhood, a terrorist-linked party that...

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