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Editor’s Note

Dear Reader, While reading Schmidle’s article please keep in mind that this is not a first hand account. Yet while the article may not be one hundred percent accurate it is the story of the thrilling May night on which … Continue reading

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To Our Readers:

The following article by Nicholas Schmidle is a fast paced narrative about the mission to kill Osama Bin Laden. The article is laced with countless details that seem to imply a first-hand account of that night either from the SEALs … Continue reading

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To Kill a Man

Growing up in a Christian community, I have heard “thou shalt not kill” like a broken record. I would like to imagine that all people feel that way. However, it constantly amazes me that typically there is at least one, … Continue reading

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Al Qaeda: a crippled network?

Two major items appeared in the news the past week, both of which speak to the survivability of al Qaeda “central” in the aftermath of bin Laden’s death.  The first, a piece by David Ignatius, details the intelligence treasure trove … Continue reading

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