Archive: Howard Linett
‘60 Minutes’ of Outrage - Apr 25, 2012
September Action - Jul 5, 2011
Time to Monstrate Your Leadership - Apr 26, 2011
Do Not Allow Yourself to Be Fooled - Apr 4, 2011
A Bombing in Jerusalem - Mar 25, 2011
Bless and Protect the Second Amendment - Feb 23, 2011
Down the Rabbit Hole - Feb 15, 2011
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About Howard Linett
Howard Linett is an attorney, an independent journalist, a lecturer, sniper instructor in the Israeli Police Civil Guard and the author of "Living With Terrorism: Survival Lessons from the Streets of Jerusalem." http://www.howardlinett.com/
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