There have been numerous attempts to engage the united nations in a meaningful campaign against state supported and other terrorist activities. But the inherently political nature of terrorism has made it exceedingly difficult to obtain global consensus on who even qualifies as a terrorist, much less agreement on counterterrorism measures to pursue
Last night, enemies of the United States unleashed a cruel and cowardly attack. After ISIS terrorists attack the U.S Capitol building during the president’s State of the Union address, the entire world waits to see how the most powerful nation on earth will respond.
But the Taylor administration is more committed to political correctness than justice, and it falls to other nations to lead the way in hunting down Abu Khalif, the criminal and religious mastermind who heads the Islamic State.