Western officials and the Obama administration continue to insist, albeit without offering any proof thus far, that a chemical weapons attack near Damascus last month was perpetrated by the Assad regime. Officials from Syria and Russia, meanwhile, have claimed all along the deployment was probably the work of jihadist rebels — a “false-flag” attack meant to draw in foreign intervention on behalf of the opposition. Amid the confusion, however, evidence pointing to opposition forces as the culprits continues to mount.

Despite placing all Americans under constant surveillance, the federal government has failed to deliver the security it promised in exchange for liberty.

On Tuesday the U.S. government's secret surveillance court declassified and released a decision defending the practice of the National Security Agency in collecting billions of phone call records every day. 

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said that Syria’s government has provided Russia with new materials pointing to rebels’ involvement in a chemical attack that occurred outside Damascus on August 21.

As the Obama administration ignores arms-control rules to supply the jihadist rebels in the war against the Assad regime, Libya remains in turmoil after it was handed over to the jihadists.

In his new book, The Thistle and the Drone, author and professor Akbar Ahmed reveals how the War on Terror is in reality a war on tribal Islam.

Among the most frequent entities mentioned as worthy of U.S. government support is the so-called Free Syrian Army. What is the Free Syrian Army, really?

In an announcement made on Monday, President Obama declared his intent to waive applicable arms export rules in order to send chemical weapons defenses to Syrian rebels.

In a statement to reporters, Senator Carl Levin of Michigan indicated that the Senate may not take up this year's NDAA before the end of the session.

In a televised response to President Obama's call for military intervention in Syria, Senator Rand Paul reminds viewers of our would-be allies' ties to terror.

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