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Dr. Sebastian Gorka: Memorial Day Reminds Us ‘We Go to War to Guarantee a Better Peace’

Breitbart National Security senior editor Dr. Sebastian Gorka, author of “Defeating Jihad: The Winnable War,” joined Sirius XM host Stephen K. Bannon on the Memorial Day edition of Breitbart News Daily to talk about the importance of honoring our war dead, in the midst of a 15-year-long war that may not even have reached the “end of the beginning” stage yet.

Forces loyal to the Saudi-backed Yemeni president cheer on a road in Abyan province as they take part in an operation to drive Al-Qaeda fighters out of the southern provincial capital, on April 23, 2016

Al-Qaeda Still Making Big Money from Yemen Oil

Al-Qaeda has suffered some battlefield setbacks in chaotic Yemen, but the terror organization still controls highly profitable oil fields in the southern regions of the country and has been taking advantage of fuel shortages to reap huge profits.

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War Crimes of Imperial Japan: A Lesson In Moral Equivalence for Mr. Obama

In his speech referencing “evil” at Hiroshima today, President Obama somehow forgot to mention the evils perpetrated by Imperial Japan or the unspeakable suffering it inflicted upon POWs and civilians who fell into its clutches. Let’s correct that oversight, to help the President understand why moral equivalence is the dim refuge of lazy minds, and equating American troops with the Axis forces they defeated is an outrage.

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Pakistan Tries to Block 400,000 Websites, Fails

Pakistan launched one of its most ambitious censorship initiatives in memory at the beginning of 2016, with a Supreme Court order to “take remedial steps to quantify the nefarious phenomenon of obscenity and pornography that has an imminent role to corrupt and vitiate the youth of Pakistan.” It’s apparently not going well.

A car burns at the site of an accidental explosion in Yola, Nigeria, Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016. Bombs retrieved from Boko Haram exploded accidentally Thursday at police headquarters in Nigeria's northeastern city of Yola, killing four people and wounding a score of officers and school children cut by shattered glass, officials said. (AP Photo)

Report: Boko Haram’s Top Bomb-Maker Killed

The Nigerian army claims to have killed the top bomb-maker for Boko Haram — and not a moment too soon, as the ISIS-affiliated terrorist gang has taken to using kidnapped and drugged women as suicide bombers.