Where’s Qadhafi?

The search for Muammar Qadhafi has intensified after Libyan rebels seized most of Tripoli. The initial focus was on Qadhafi’s Bab al-Aziziya compound and nearby apartment blocks in a neighborhood that contains many Qadhafi loyalists. Today, the chairman of the rebel Transitional National Council, Mustafa Abul Jalil, stated that the rebels have no concrete information […]

Full Story

The Honorable American Flag Will Fly

Sales of American flags have increased as the 9/11 anniversary draws near. These flags are a symbol to unite beneath, to honor America and our heroes. Hopefully, they can also serve as a reminder to remain vigilant in the fight to protect America and provide America’s defense with all the tools they need to continue […]

Full Story

U.S. Ship for Philippines a Good Start, But Much More to Be Done

Today, upon inspecting the Philippine navy’s newest flagship, the 115-meter Gregario del Pilar, Philippine President Benigno Aquino declared that the ship “symbolises our newly acquired ability to guard, protect, and if necessary, fight for the interests of our country.” Vice Admiral Alexander Pama of the Philippine navy went further in expressing that the new flagship […]

Full Story

Evidence Emerging of Chinese Planning Internet Attacks

The much-delayed 2011 Department of Defense (DOD) report on Chinese military and security developments highlights the growing Chinese emphasis on cyber security and cyberwarfare. As the report notes, “PRC military writings highlight the seizure of electromagnetic dominance in the early phases of a campaign.” Coinciding with the release of the DOD report, media coverage has […]

Full Story

U.S. Tariffs Penalize Back-to-School Shoppers

Though parents might be rejoicing that the time has come for their kids to head back to school, their happiness could be tempered by a little-known fact: They’re paying import taxes on everything from clothes to lunch boxes, musical instruments to pencils. In 2010, the government collected $25.9 billion in tariffs on imported items. Shoppers […]

Full Story

Protect and Defend the U.S. from EMP Threat

The United States could find itself in a precarious position much worse than the recent D.C. earthquake if attacked by an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) weapon. An EMP would cause current and voltage surges and burn out the semi-conductor chips of all electronic devices within the line of sight. A single nuclear weapon detonated at a […]

Full Story

Gaza Terror Rocket Fire Blooper: Launch Rocket Wrong Way & Attack Egypt Instead of Israel

Gaza terrorists committed a major faux pas on Wednesday afternoon by launching a rocket attack on Rafiah instead of southern Israel. The missile, apparently intended for Jewish communities in the western Negev, instead struck a residential neighborhood in the city that straddles the Gaza border with Egypt. One woman suffered shrapnel wounds when the missile […]

Full Story

BBC Pounds Israel

In the hours after the terrible terrorist attack near Eilat that left 8 Israelis dead and many more wounded, what was the BBC’s headline story? Once again, in true BBC style, the story is not about a terrorist attack on Israelis but on Israeli counter-measures, presented as aggressive actions. And what did the BBC choose […]

Full Story

Videos

Cruz News