Going on the offensive has only made us more vulnerable.
If it had followed the rule of law from the outset, the Bush Administration could have brought many terrorists to justice by now.
Gaza is in chaos, but Israel's economy is booming as high-tech entrepreneurs scramble to meet the post-9/11 world's hunger for spy tools and containment walls.
The money we've wasted on unseen terrorists, nonexistent WMDs and phantom pedophiles could have been used to address any number of legitimate threats.
As Jose Padilla's trial unfolds in Miami, the cruel methods of US interrogators are finally being put on trial.
The systematic abuse of an American citizen charged with vague crimes related to terror has destroyed his sanity and made us into what we despise.
Yes, there is indeed a link between Iraq and Bush's "war on terror."
"Islamo-fascism" looks like an analytic term, but it's really an emotional one, intended to get us to think less and fear more.
The easy invocation of "terrorism"--whether by pundits or political leaders--is not just sloppy use of language. It is precisely targeted phrasing intended to terrorize dissent.
The US "war on terror" now extends to an unlikely frontier in Paraguay,
where farmers are caught in the crossfire and human rights groups are
skeptical of the threat posed by Islamic terrorists.