San Bernardino Shooters Got Illegal Guns After Breaking Immigration Laws and Lying to Immigration Officials

San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook’s ability to bring a Pakistani wife to the country through an online relationship exposes loopholes in the U.S. immigration system terrorist organizations can capitalize on. Farook and Tashfeen Malik met on a dating website and maintained an online relationship prior to Malik coming to the U.S. in July, 2014. Malik, a Pakistani citizen, entered the country on a K-1 visa, commonly known as a fiance visa. Numbers from the U.S. Department of State Read more […]

In Rush to Protect Islam, Media Accidentally Honors ISIS–Immediately Takes Back

In the midst of the fog of war, as we discover more and more about the San Bernardino terror attack, some are still worried about defending Islam. After the first photo of terrorist Tashfeen Malik was released to the press, Hashem Said, content producer for Al Jazeera America, tweeted that it was disrespectful to show her face: Hashem Said has since deleted the tweets (thank goodness for screenshots), and apologized. While I’ll give him credit for apologizing–which is something most Read more […]