Of course there will be another attack soon. The real problem is that the administration is not doing enough to combat the rise of radical Islam in America.
The arrest of seven North Carolinians on conspiracy charges shows, says Steve Emerson, how the U.S. is becoming like Europe, where homegrown terror plots get stopped—or not—seemingly every week.
The Stoning of Soraya M. is more than a movie about a wronged Iranian woman. The film’s timing, writes Steven Emerson, can help a nation rally against its iron-fisted Islamic rulers.
As details on New York’s would-be synagogue bombers come to light, Steve Emerson explores the virulent Islamic underworld where America’s home-grown terrorists get their start—and how to infiltrate it.
The foiled plot to bomb New York synagogues, disclosed today, highlights the absurdity, and danger, of Obama's avoiding the term "Islamic radicals."
The paper of record refuses to call them terrorists, extols the group's humanitarian efforts, and whitewashes its behavior during the now-broken cease-fire.
Terrorism expert Steve Emerson says there’s no hope of victory in the war on terrorism until we call it what it really is.