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Washington Post Shills for Terrorists

Not all terrorists are equally damndable, apparently. The Washington Post has an article today on the Iraqi government’s plan to shut down the camp of the Mujaheddin-e Khalq, or MEK.  This is a violent Marxist organization that was designated by the State Department as terrorists in 1997 because of their long record of killing civilians […]

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The Virtual Iran War Resolution

This is one of those times that I realize how deficient the English language is in profanity.  Congressmen deserve far worse hammering than the vernacular allows. Congress may vote for  a resolution this week that would be a de facto declaration of war on Iran.  Iran poses no peril to the U.S. mainland.  But since the […]

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Now Online: Podcast of BMW Horse**** Interview!

Talk show host Brian Wilson and I had a rattlin’ good chat on WSPD in Toledo today.   We kicked hell out of the Homegrown Terrorism and Violent Radicalization BS Act now before the Senate.    There were wine, beer, and cigar jokes, as well as expressions of condolence to the Israeli Prime Minister who might be […]

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Terrorist Cabal on the Potomac?

I don’t know for sure that those two were with Hezbollah – or maybe Hamas – but  you can’t be too careful in an area perfect for launching kayak attacks on the DC bridges.  Unless of course the kayakers drowned before getting that far (as often happens in these waters). Seems like half the people that […]

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The 9/11 Servility Reflex

The Future of Freedom Foundation posted online today my Freedom Daily piece on the tidal wave of groveling that swept America after 9/11. THE 9/11 SERVILITY REFLEX                 Freedom Daily, December 2008 by James Bovard  Many citizens react to their rulers like little kids who recognize that a stranger is acting suspiciously and may be up […]

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My Favorite Cartoon (from Playboy 2002)

Clay Butler did this wonderful cartoon for Playboy for a 2002 article of mine bashing the Patriot Act.  His cartoon was so good that I urged St. Martin’s/Palgrave to use it for the cover of Terrorism & Tyranny.  Alack – my editors there did not share my mania for cartoons. The full size of the cartoon […]

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The FBI’s Right to Threaten Torture

The following op-ed is being shotgunned out today by the Future of Freedom Foundation.   THE FBI’S RIGHT TO THREATEN TORTURE by James Bovard A federal appeals court has concluded that an FBI agent must go to trial on charges he coerced a false confession out of a prime suspect in the 9/11 attacks. But […]

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