Wednesday, February 25, 2009

KT McFarland's Latest

KT McFarland will be on Fox News Channel's "Live Desk" today (Wed) at 2.20 pm ET to discuss Iran's nuclear program, and on FOX News' StrategyRoom at 4 pm. You can watch it from your computer at You can also send her an e-mail in real time at

KT's latest interview

KT's weekly video-blog, DEFCON-3: You can view it by clicking on this RSS feed.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

KT McFarland on TV and Video Blog

Go here for KT's video-blog, DEFCON-3.

KT gave an in depth interview on the need to reform the NY Republican Party on NY1's Road to City Hall with Dominic Carter. You can view it by clicking here: Part 1 and Part 2.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Finally the Beheading of a Muslim Woman is Making Newsby

By Harvey Kushner

The following is not really a new story. It is finally, however, being told in a portion of the mainstream media. And that, my friend, is news for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is the affiliation of the individual charged with the crime. reports, "The founder of an Islamic television station in upstate New York aimed at countering Muslim stereotypes has confessed to beheading his wife, authorities said."

"Muzzammil Hassan was charged with second-degree murder after police found the decapitated body of his wife, Aasiya Hassan, at the Bridges TV station in the Buffalo suburb of Orchard Park, said Andrew Benz, Orchard Park's police chief." full article

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

The Next Terror Attacks

By Dr. Harvey Kushner

In recent weeks, there has been much talk of the possibility of a terrorist attack to test President Obama's resolve and commitment in countering terrorism. Others are speculating that the terrorists and their supporters are switching their emphasis on other not so obvious ways that are just as dangerous to our national security. Long-time terror analyst Dr. Harvey Kushner says they are all wrong. The next attack will come just as soon as the terrorists allow their rage to trump their ability to think rationally. [more...]

Friday, February 6, 2009

Brigitte Gabriel: Obama Has No Space for Error

As Obama moves forward with his rhetoric to close down Gitmo bringing the worst of the terrorists here to our homeland, Saudi Arabia released a report yesterday saying that 14 Saudi terrorists who have been released from Gitmo, re-trained in the Saudi terrorist rehabilitation program, which was wildly reported as successful, and are now back on the battlefield conducting terrorist operations including the two shown last week on a video from Yemen.

Then again, what do you expect when Wahhabi Mullahs who teach that "infidels, Christians and Jews are apes and pigs" are in charge of the rehabilitation program?

On another front, Iran's announcement that it has launched its first satellite confirms that the Islamic republic has missiles capable of striking Israel and southeast Europe. One of the worries associated with Iran's space program is that the technology used to launch satellites can be used to deliver warheads.

President Obama has no space for error in dealing with radical Islamists bent on fighting the West.

KT McFarland's DEFCON-3

This week's DEFCON-3 by KT video-blog is on the Iraqi elections.

You can view KT's latest interview on Iran here.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Twisted British Knickers

By Col. Gordon Cucullu

While lawmakers and politicians in the UK mull over how they are going to handle any Guantanamo detainees transferred to them - even if they are going to accept any - they are already fretting over appropriate control measures should some released detainees end up in England.

Akin at this stage of the process to analyzing quantity of angels capable of dancing on pinheads, UK authorities are discussing use of various "control measures" to keep track of the Guantanamo detainees. "These can include," the report notes, "a ban on using the Internet or mobile phones, being told to observe a curfew or other restrictions on travel, banning someone from airports or other locations, electronic tagging, and being told to report regularly to a police station."

Don't be too surprised if all this 'strum and drang' is simply a very pukka British way of ultimately declining to accept any detainees for "administrative reasons."
What are the consequences to the U.S. and other countries of accepting detainees onto their soil? Learn the dangers from Inside Gitmo: The True Story behind the Myths of Guantanamo Bay, and visit for up-to-the-minute reports and references.

In my book Inside Gitmo: The True Story behind the Myths of Guantanamo Bay, I outline the pros and cons of continued confinement of enemy combatants at Guantanamo, including public image issues. My conclusion is that a mere cosmetic makeover is unlikely to solve the root problems of Guantanamo but continued confinement will serve the dual purpose of removing dangerous men from the battlefield and yield valuable intelligence information that can be used to thwart an implacable enemy. That course of action will go a longer way to keep Americans safe than mere platitudes.

Exclusive: Last Sunday's Iraqi Election Was a Big Success!

By Kevin "Coach" Collins

Last Sunday Iraq held new elections. There was no violence, so it's doubtful you heard much about the way they went. Things went too smoothly for our phony media to be bothered reporting this story. However, we were forwarded an e-mail from a highly placed American military commander expressing his delight at how the day unfolded. Here's what he reported:

In Anbar Province, the news was positively exhilarating. There were no suicide bombers blowing voters up; no Marines had to battle terrorist skunks trying to stop democracy by killing Iraqi voters. The thought of participating in their very first free and honest election even brought out Anbar's Sunnis by the tens of thousands. Because security concerns shut down the roads to vehicular traffic, people walked for miles to get to the polls. None were shot at or harassed by terrorist thugs; all walked heads up and confidently.

The commander reported traveling 200 miles and seeing nothing but smiling faces and purple fingers. He stopped and spoke with ordinary Iraqi citizens and heard only positive reports. As the day progressed, he became more and more secure in the belief that an honest and free election, "almost unthinkable a year ago," was happening.

By 4:30 PM the even greater news reached him: the polls were so busy they had to be held open for another ninety minutes! Contrary to old media reports, the commander reported seeing almost 100% voter participation.

He closed with, "I've always said we came here to 'give' them democracy. What I saw today, [taught me] people are not given freedom and democracy - they take it for themselves. The Anbaris deserve this credit."

Yes sir, they do, but the media will never give them or America any credit. Our blood and treasure have bought Iraqi freedom.

Another "boots on the ground" message echoed this cheerful depiction of the events of the Iraqi people's big day of freedom. In part, that one read as follows:

"I thought you would like to know that the Iraq provincial elections went very well - better, honestly, than we had dared to hope they would go. The vote counting and potential for assassination of elected candidates aside, Iraq has had its first successful election, not to establish, but to peacefully 'change' a government."

Asking why we haven't seen this reported anywhere is a waste of time. [more...]

Monday, February 2, 2009

Democracy’s March Continues As Iraqis Go to the Polls

By KT McFarland

The mainstream media is busy patting America on the back for electing a man who would not have been allowed the full rights of citizenship a mere 50 years ago. That a candidate of Barack Obama’s background could be selected as president of the United States merely on the strength of his abilities is a true testament to the strength of our democratic system. Whatever your political persuasion or policy preferences, Barack Obama’s election is a symbol of the strength of American democracy. [more...]