Marine Lt. Col. Oliver North [Ret.] said it was "unconscionable" that Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) "injected herself" into the phone call between President Trump and the family of a fallen Green Beret.
Oliver L. North serves as host of the FOX News Channel (FNC) documentary series "War Stories with Oliver North."
North is a combat-decorated Marine, author, founder of a small business, inventor who holds three U.S. patents, syndicated columnist and former candidate for the United States Senate.
Assigned to the National Security Council staff in the Reagan Administration, North was involved in planning the rescue of 804 medical students on the island of Grenada and played a major role in the daring capture of the hijackers of the cruise ship Achille Lauro. After helping plan the U.S. raid on Muammar Qaddafi's terrorist bases in Libya, North was targeted for assassination by Abu Nidal, the world's deadliest assassin.
North also serves as the honorary chairman of Freedom Alliance, the conservative public policy organization he founded in 1990. Freedom Alliance provides tuition assistance to dependents of troops killed or permanently disabled in the line of duty. Freedom Alliance also provides support to members of the armed forces who have been wounded in the line of duty, are currently serving on the front lines, and their families. The organization is dedicated to the maintenance of a strong national defense, the protection of the rights and freedoms of individual citizens, and the adoption of policies that promote free enterprise.
North graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, and served 22 years as a Marine. His awards for service in combat include the Silver Star, the Bronze Star for valor, and two Purple Hearts for wounds in combat.
Stories from Colonel Oliver North
Retired Marine Lt. Col. Oliver North appeared on "America's News HQ" today to share insight on how the U.S. should face the North Korean nuclear threat.
As Europe reels from this week's terror attacks in Brussels, Belgium, the civilized world continues to ask how the ISIS terror army can be defeated and whether enough is being done.
This weekend in a special "War Stories" presentation, Lt. Col. Oliver North and former Navy SEAL Leif Babin will bring you deep inside the confrontation between moderate Muslims and the Islamic State’s extremist ideology.
Fox News military analyst Lt. Col. Oliver North (Ret.) accused the White House of trying to "censor the news" as ISIS reportedly advances into the Iraqi city of Ramadi.
Hillary Clinton raised some eyebrows when she said this week that America must "empathize" with its enemies, calling for the United States to exercise "smart power." On the issue of "empathy" with our enemies, Lt. Col. Oliver North (Ret.) went "On the Record" last night, describing Clinton's comments as "naive and irrational."
The parents of beheaded American journalist James Foley were “On The Record” in part two of an exclusive interview on the loss of their son.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is fighting to stay in power as U.S. airstrikes continue to target ISIS terrorists in northern Iraq. Oliver North pointed to some news that he had just received from a well placed intelligence source, saying there are concerns that al-Maliki could be assassinated by one of his guards.
New information coming in this morning on an insider attack on NATO troops in Afghanistan, which killed a U.S. major general and wounded 15 others. The wounded were mostly Americans and some German troops.
It is almost unheard of for a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, but the nation's top Marine commander came out with some criticism of President Obama's policies. Four-star Gen. James Amos, the commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, slammed the administration last week at the Brookings Institution for the current situation in Iraq.
Col. Oliver North was on “Hannity” tonight to discuss the Israel incursion into Gaza and the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17.
The White House is continuing to mull a response to the advance of Islamic militants toward Baghdad, reportedly looking into a partnership with Iran to counter the growing violence. The possible alliance comes as graphic photos are surfacing purportedly showing Iraqis murdered by ISIS terrorists.