• August 31, 2021

When Afghanistan fell, the Taliban gave the United States the option of securing Kabul. The United States refused.

My last in PJ Media: On Monday, Rep. Jody Hice (R-GA) tweeted: “As the Afghan government fell, the Taliban gave US officials the option of taking control of Kabul. They PASSED and instead chose to voluntarily hand over the city to the Taliban and control only the airport until 8/31! HOW MANY MORE COULD HAVE…

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The myth of negotiating with the Taliban

Some points. 1. The Taliban put the Haqqani Network, which was allied with Al Qaeda, in charge of security in Kabul and in charge of security at the airport. 2. The head of ISIS-K is a former commander of the Haqqani network 3. Afghan officials said the Haqqani network and ISIS-K are the same 4.…

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As Kabul falls, Joe Biden poses for a photo shoot

My last in PJ Media: As US-backed Afghan President Ashraf Ghani fled the country and Taliban leaders posed for photos inside the presidential palace in Kabul, old Joe Biden’s handlers posted a photo on your own. The White House Twitter account posted a photo of Old Joe sitting alone at a huge conference table at…

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Billions of dollars later, what happened to the Afghan military?

There should have been plenty of time for US-funded military and political leaders in Afghanistan to develop a strategy to defend the country. What went wrong? Afghan army soldiers at a military training center on the outskirts of Kabul (Image: AP / Anja Niedringhaus) The fighting forces are dissolved in a heated battle. The United…

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9/11 families tell Biden he’s not welcome at commemorative events

My last in PJ Media: As the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 jihad attacks approaches, nearly 1,800 people who lost loved ones on that terrible day have made it clear that one person they do not I want to see at the anniversary events it’s Old Joe Biden. And it’s not, unsurprisingly, because they don’t…

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Americans rank last among 46 countries that trust the media

A new survey from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism in Oxford shows that Americans rank last out of 46 countries in the level of trust they have in the media. “The United States ranks last in confidence in the media, with 29%, among 92,000 consumers of news surveyed in 46 countries,” Poynter.…

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