Tag Archive | Terrorism

James Donaldson’s Book Review – Libya and Change: How it Happened by Thomas Hodge

This is a short quick read and look at Libya and also the ruling family that was headed by Gaddafi. Gadhafi came to power in 1969. And ruled until his death by assassination in 2013. His fatal mistake was the fact that he continued to oppress the lower classes of people, and alienate his military […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – The Rise of Isis: A Terror We Can’t Ignore by Jay Sekulow

A quick but relatively insightful look at the “Rise of Isis”.  The terrorist group that is arisen in the Middle East.  The book focuses on the beginning of Isis and it’s spreading from other so-called terrorist group supportive States over the last 20 years or so (especially since 9/11), and going into their philosophical ways […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road To 9/11 by Lawrence Wright

          http://www.audible.com/search/ref=a_newreleas_tseft?advsearchKeywords=the+looming+tower&filterby=field-keywords&x=0&y=0&sprefixRefmarker=nb_sb_ss_i_0_11&sprefix=the+looming A fascinating look at life in Afghanistan under the Taliban rule. The CIA was fully aware of the plot for 9/11, approximately 18 months before it actually took place.  But since they failed to divulge the top-secret information to the FBI, and other government authorities, the United States suffered […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – Dereliction of Duty by Robert Patterson

      http://www.audible.com/pd/Nonfiction/Dereliction-of-Duty-Audiobook/B006OBVBSY   While I’m not the biggest Bill Clinton fan, it’s pretty obvious that author, Robert Patterson bares all in this book about his disdain (and not just about the presidency) for former Pres. Bill Clinton and his administration.   Patterson makes it clear that he stayed on board to do the […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – Stealth Jihad by Robert Spencer

http://www.audible.com/pd/Nonfiction/Stealth-Jihad-Audiobook/B002V8KR0W I found this book to be a fascinating look into the various dynamics to make up the fabric of America itself, the blending of the “melting pot” of various cultures, religions and peoples from all over the world. The author takes somewhat of a paranoid perspective (and probably rightfully so since America was attacked […]


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