In the 1960s, the Soviets began building an international network of terrorists. Today, veterans of that network hold key positions of respect in government and academia.

Timothy McVeigh has been punished for his crime, but the Final Report of the Oklahoma Bombing Investigation Committee indicates that other perpetrators remain at large.

The release of FBI files in the McVeigh case is only the tip of a conspiratorial iceberg and vindicates The New American’s charges of a massive cover-up regarding the OKC bombing.

The President’s clemency for FALN thugs opens the door to new acts of violence and exposes the hypocrisy of his supposed tough stance against terrorism.

Seal of the Federal Bureau of InvestigationProject Megiddo, the FBI's "strategic assessment" of potential millennium-related domestic terrorism, represents a significant victory in the radical left's "long march through the institutions" of U.S. law enforcement. The report, which was unveiled on November 2nd at a conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police at Charlotte, North Carolina, has been distributed to law enforcement agencies nationwide. While no author is mentioned in the publicly available version of Project Megiddo, its contents are largely indistinguishable from the materials generated by leftist "watchdog" organizations such as the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which regularly furnish law enforcement agencies with lurid reports intended to catechize law enforcement agencies about the supposed threat posed by the "radical right."

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