Top 10 national security stories of 2012

  • Article by: Kevin Baron , Foreign Policy
  • Updated: December 31, 2012 - 10:30 AM

From Obama and the generals to women in combat, here are the big national security issues that mattered in 2012:

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boobooungaDec. 31, 1210:38 AM

Many Years After 911 The US Borders Are Still Open, US Ports Are Not Secured, Terrorists and Illegal Aliens Still Enter the US, Violence from Foreign Gangs Increases Daily, Expired Visa Holders Still Roam Freely Drugs/Weapons/Terrorists Still Flow Freely Across US Borders. Sanctuary Cities Aid, Abet and Shield Terrorists and criminal Illegal Aliens from Federal Immigration Law. Terrorist drug cartel violence is spilling over the Mexican border into the United States. It is pretty obvious that many in Congress have been bought, sold and corrupted to keep the borders/ports from being secured. We have allowed our representatives from both parties in Congress to get away with inaction on these pressing issues. We have failed those that died on 911 by not learning from our mistakes yet we continue to take no action. We should be ashamed of ourselves.

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muggsh2oDec. 31, 12 3:47 PM

Nothing about the Benghazi terrorist attack on 9/11 and the following cover up. The media is still helping out the president.

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