The idealistic notion that the United States is not in perpetual conflict with Arabs and Islam, argued by President Obama in Cairo but belied by history, has been dealt a serious setback by Fort Hood.
In 1996, after completing his official "NRA Personal Protection Course," Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan was issued a permit in Virginia to carry a concealed weapon.
As a child psychologist, I worked with families who were affected in the aftermath of September 11. My three decades as a mental health professional did not fully prepare me for this task.
What will Obama do in Afghanistan? Without jobs, can Democrats win the next round of elections? And a second look at the Fort Hood massacre.
In the aftermath of Fort Hood, too many are focusing on the religion of the alleged perpetrator, rather than on a more important issue: the lack of adequate psychosocial care for those in uniform.
How a pistol originally designed as a military-only handgun came to be sold on the U.S. civilian market is a stark example of the increasing militarization of the U.S. civilian gun market.
The military failed to protect itself from Major Nidal Hasan. Why? Because it has been neutered by the shame and guilt engendered by political correctness.
Moving forward from the latest massacre, three narratives -- well, one of them is no more than the familiar, all-purpose shrug of experts, puzzled ove...
Without question there was a great deal of chaos surrounding the unprecedented events that took place at Fort Hood. However, the Army does not have a great track record with the media when it comes to accuracy.
Crowdsourced news, the overhyped New York indie rock band of today's media world, has finally been brought down to Earth.
I am shocked, but should I really be? Yesterday the Illinois GOP issued a press release baselessly accusing a respected Islamic civil rights organization of being anti-Semitic.
It seems to be coming to this: Was he a Muslim or a nutcase? The nation's two most sententious conservative columnists have weighed in with their vie...
As a repository for violence, the military is not dealing with untreated mental illness among its ranks. The fact that Hasan was a mental health professional underscores the problem.
Fort Hood soldiers remembered.
When a couple of white kids shoot up a school, it is a tragedy. Bring on a shooting at a military base that involves an Arab-American though, and the media does everything it can to shout "terrorism."