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Obama moves ahead with repatriation of some Yemeni Gitmo prisoners

The United States will continue to repatriate Guantanamo detainees to Yemen, a country menaced by the Al-Qaeda terror network, despite the Christmas airliner attack, a White House official said Sunday. President Barack Obama’s counterterrorism adviser John Brennan said Yemeni nationals not transferred to US soil for trial or detention would…

Ron Paul suggests ‘agenda’ to expand terror war, attack American liberty

How does a massive, costly security apparatus fail to stop a known terrorism threat from boarding an airplane and wrecking devastation? It happened on Sept. 11, 2001, and again on Dec. 25, 2009. “There must be an agenda,” suggested Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) in a recent video message to supporters.…

US quietly widened terror war to Yemen: report

WASHINGTON — The United States has quietly opened a third, largely covert front against the Al-Qaeda terror network in Yemen, The New York Times reported. Citing an unnamed former top CIA official, the newspaper said that a year ago the Central Intelligence Agency sent many field operatives with counterterrorism experience…

Hoekstra lashes out at Obama over failed terrorist attack

Congressman Pete Hoekstra (R-MI), who sits on the House Intelligence Committee, is hoping the foiled attack on Northwest Airlines Airbus A330 will help President Barack Obama “connect the dots.” To what, specifically, he’s not yet explained. “People have got to start connecting the dots here and maybe this is the…

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