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CIA Director on Terrorism

September 8, 2007

CIA Director Michael Hayden spoke before the Council on Foreign Relations in New York on Friday, September 7, 2007.  The full text of his remarks can be found at the link at the end of this article.  A few remarks that should be highlighted include:

“al-Qa’ida has protected or regenerated key elements of its homeland attack capability. That means safe haven in the tribal areas of Pakistan.”
[This confirms what our friend Muhammad has been telling us as he reports from the tribal areas of Pakistan.]

“Our analysts assess with high confidence that al Qaeda’s central leadership is planning high-impact plots against the American homeland.”

“Al Qaeda is focusing on targets that would produce mass casualties, dramatic destruction and significant economic aftershocks.”

Read the full text of general Hayden’s remarks:

September 11, 2001 Anniversary Approaches: Reality Touches Us

Pakistan: Tribal Areas Remain Terror Enclave

Pakistan: Terrorists Planning Global Attacks

Director of the
Central Intelligence Agency

Americans Swallowing Communist Precept: Ideology Over Competence

August 10, 2007

We have made a life-long study of the communist system and the communist world.  Perhaps the number one precept of that system is ideology (and loyalty to the party) is much preferred to ability and competance.

Why then, during the so called “debates” are we seeing such communist higging conduct by candidates of both parties trying to show who is the more “pure”?

Recommened reading:

By Cal Thomas

While Sen. Sam Brownback and Gov. Mitt Romney sparred over who was pro-life first (the Republican version of the Democrats’ battle between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton over who was first to oppose the war), I suspect most people are more interested in which 0candidate is best equipped to run the government.

Read it all at:

“We are in trouble, and somebody had better start talking about it in a blunt way.”

Excellent Gingrich Speech, National Press Club, Aug. 7, 2007

Our most read essay in the last 24 hours and soon to be most read EVER:

China’s Worthless Stooges