Democrats can't say radical Islam

Why They’re Able to Kill Us

Scott McKay, The American Spectator

Ted Cruz’s exchange with Jeh Johnson demonstrates the intentional incompetence of our counterterror agencies. Johnson’s blindness isn’t based in a lack of resources. It’s willful. The enemy is focused on extinguishing our way of life and our focus is on ignoring him.

Trump on Radical Islam

morning Joe

We have a president that won't even mention the term or the name. I don't know what his problem is. Nobody understands it. He won't mention radical Islamic terrorism. He won't mention it. It could be from a different planet as far as he's concerned...

Obama's Vile Response To Refugee Debate

Heather Wilhelm, Real Clear Politics

If you’ve watched President Obama’s various speeches and press conferences over the past few days, you can be forgiven for coming away with the distinct impression that he doesn’t like you.

Radical Islam--The Invisible Enemy

Caroline Glick, Real Clear Politics

Saturday night the three contenders for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination took to the stage in Iowa for a debate. The moderator asked them whether they would be willing to use the term “radical Islam” to describe the ideology motivating Islamic terrorists to massacre innocents. All refused.

Democrats’ PC Refusal to Name ‘Radical Islam’ Betrays a Deeper Weakness

John Fund, National Review

During Saturday’s debate, all three Democratic presidential candidates refused to say that the U.S. was at war with “radical Islam.” They all bobbed and weaved as they tried to follow the PC line and avoid admitting that obvious fact.

Why Can’t the Dems Say ‘Radical Islam’?

Ben Domenech, The Daily Beast

Saturday night’s Democratic presidential debate offered the country a moment of clarity that exposes just how brittle and discredited the worldview of America’s elites has become—and it showed that critiques of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s approach to policy is an exposed nerve which will absolutely present a challenge to her in future debates next fall.