Archive for the 'Caroline Glick' Category


  • Chinese internet giant Ali Baba's plans to enter the US capital markets
  • China's strategy for South Korea
  • Chinese-Taiwanese relations

ROBIN SIMCOX, research fellow at the Henry Jackson Society:

  • Background of ISIS leader Al Baghdadi and the current state of the newly-declared Caliphate
  • Reasons why ISIS is able to hold large amounts of territory while still having a relatively small fighting force
  • The fight between Al Qaeda and ISIS, and what notable Jihadi clerics in the region think about the group
  • Ways the threat in Iraq may spread to the West

CAROLINE GLICK, author of "The Israeli Solution":

  • Fatah's incitement of violence towards Israelis in response to the murder of a Palestinian teen
  • Why the Obama administration's support for the newly formed Fatah-Hamas Unity Government is in breach of US law
  • Ways the US can support Israel

ANDY MCCARTHY, author of "Faithless Execution":

  • Insights on the trial of recently caught Benghazi terror suspect Ahmed Abu Khattalah
  • Lawlessness in the Obama Administration
  • Reasons that members of the Executive Branch could be impeached for their actions

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CAROLINE GLICK, author of the just-released book "The Israeli Solution," addresses the Obama Administration's policy towards Israel, analyzing the two countries' relationship in light of harsh comments recently made by President Obama to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu.

CHRISTIAN WHITON, author of "Smart Power," gives his insight into what is prompting Vladimir Putin of Russia to likely take military action in Ukraine.

Dr. ZUHDI JASSER, founder of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy, details his fight to stop pro-Islamist groups from portraying themselves as the face of American Muslims. 

ANDY MCCARTHY, of the National Review Online, delves deeper into how the US government could promote real democracy in the Middle East if it would look outside its friendships with the leaders of extreme radical groups, and if it would stop empowering these radical groups via foreign policy.

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RALPH PETERS, of The New York Post talks about his latest book “Hell Or Richmond”. He takes a look at the recent shake up of the political appointments of Susan Rice and Samantha Power and what this means for U.S. interests within the UN and abroad.

CAROLINE GLICK of the Center for Security Policy critiques President Obama's nomination of Samantha Power as US Ambassador to the UN in light of her past remarks about the possible need for military intervention in Israel.

ANDY McCARTHY, of National Review, takes a legal approach to explain the recent NSA collection while looking deeper at what is truly protected by the 4th Amendment.

JOSEPH SCHMITZ, of the Center for Security Policy and former Inspector General, examines some of the most interesting points from his latest book, The Inspector General Handbook, including the details behind his allegations that Obama and Clinton have made deliberate efforts to keep fully constituted Inspector Generals from being appointed to vacant positions for over 4 years.

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CAROLINE GLICK, an American-Israeli Journalist and Senior Fellow for Middle East Affairs of the Washington, D.C.-based Center for Security Policy sheds light on the recent Israeli airstrikes in Syria and provides an overview of the motives behind these strikes.

DR. ZUHDI JASSER of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy makes a case for finding allies within the Syrian opposition as well as explains the traps involved.

GORDON CHANG of discusses the potential for a “nuclear breakout” within the next five years as it becomes more and more likely that South Korea and Japan will attempt to acquire nuclear weapons of their own.

ROGER NORIEGA, Former US Ambassador, dissects in great detail how the dictatorial regime in Venezuela manipulated the recent election with the help of Cuba.  He also measures the resolve of the opposition and the outlook moving forward.

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MATTHEW CONTINETTI, editor in chief of the Washington Free Beacon, exposes Chuck Hagel's many deficiencies that should prevent him from becoming the next Secretary of Defense, and is skeptical of the media's malfeasance in not exposing said deficiencies to the public.

From the Jerusalem Post, CAROLINE GLICK, predicts that Obama's agenda for his upcoming trip to Israel will be to attempt to push an agreement between the PLO and Israel, but Obama doesn't realize that there is no Palestinian leadership that will cut a deal with Israel at this point.

CHRISTIAN ADAMS, from the Election Law Center and author of Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department, exposes the plebiscite campaign that would deny any non-native Chamorros in Guam the right to vote in elections, putting at risk this highly strategic American outpost in the Pacific.

ROWAN SCARBOROUGH, a reporter from The Washington Times, speculates on how the Pentagon will cut $46 billion from their budget, and explains how Hagel's nomination has survived to this point considering the plethora of discrediting information that has been discovered about him.

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CAROLINE GLICK, of The Jerusalem Post, reports on a recent Israeli air-strike near the Syria/Lebanon border, exposes how the Obama administration unsuccessfully meddled in the Israeli election, and wonders why America would willingly arm its potential enemies in Egypt.

BILL ROGGIO, from the, offers his gloom prediction of what will happen if the United States military leaves only a token force behind in Afghanistan. Namely, territory that Americans fought and died for will be swiftly retaken by Al Qaeda. The small number of remaining American soldiers will also be a constant target for jihadist attacks, yet unable to adequately defend themselves.

FRED FLEITZ, managing editor of Lignet, predicts what form retaliation from Syria and Iran for Israeli's air-strike will take, and explains Al Qaeda 3.0, the new more-mobile and adaptive form of Al Qaeda operating all over the world.

JIM HANSON, from, takes a more optimistic view on pending budget cuts for defense organizations, and hopes that Americans will rally behind their second amendment right to bear arms.

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Frank and MICHAEL RUBIN of AEI analyze the rise of Islam in Turkey, and the indoctrination of American and Turkish youth through the building of Gulen schools in over 135 different locations in America.

DANIELLE PLETKA of AEI discusses the potential degrading effects on national security that the appointment of John Kerry, Chuck Hagel, and John Brennan from the Obama administration will have.

CAROLINE GLICK of the Jerusalem Post explains how the key problem with the Hagel nomination is not that he is anti-Israel, but that he is anti-America. Glick argues that no country will replace the U.S., but rather the world will become much more violent--just as it was in the 19th century.

DIANA WEST, author of Death of the Grown-Up,  and Frank discuss the Islam presence evident in media and especially in Al Goreera, the newly acquired Al Jazeera, and the presence of heavily influenced Muslim Brotherhood ideals in American media.

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With Ambassador John Bolton, Diana West, Caroline Glick, and Gordon Chang

In this special Election Day eve edition of Secure Freedom Radio, Frank speaks with each guest about the last four years under the Obama Administration and what the future might hold if Obama is re-elected  compared to a Romney Administration.

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Latin America analyst ROGER NORIEGA takes a look at Hugo Chavez’s less-than-surprising triumph in the Venezuelan presidential election this past Sunday. While Chavez may be the winner in the present, however, the campaign took a toll on his already frail health, and the Venezuelan opposition has been heartened by its moderate successes. A leadership crisis may not be far off.

CLAUDIA ROSETT, writer at Pajamas Media and, gives a preview of what is likely to be discussed at Wednesday’s congressional hearing on the recent attack of the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. According to Rosett, from the very beginning the Obama administration’s official story  flew in the face of all available facts, largely because of an unwillingness to recognize that terrorism still exists.

CAROLINE GLICK of the Center for Security Policy discusses how the no-show of U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice to Netanyahu’s U.N. speech is simply a continuation of the Obama administration’s trend of alienating its allies in the Middle East. This separation is particularly dangerous as it is not beyond the realm of possibility that Iran would be willing to give some tips on building nuclear weapons to its long-time friend the Muslim Brotherhood.

Former federal prosecutor ANDY McCARTHY comments on Mitt Romney’s  foreign policy speech given at VMI on Monday. Romney is running the risk, he says, of falling into the trap of seeing an automatic friend in every democracy.  The Obama administration’s purchase of the Thomson prison, meanwhile, is giving the country a sneak peak of the danger to come after the election.

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With Carl Higbie, Caroline Glick, Michael S. Smith II, and Gordon Chang

Former Navy SEAL CARL HIGBIE explains the need for operational security when discussing SpecOps and why SEALs have always been considered “quest professionals” and in todays political climate, our soldiers need to remember they are the quiet professional.

CAROLINE GLICK of the Center for Security Policy analyzes the Democratic party's platform which now includes God and Jerusalem. She also explains how dangerous Obama would be for America and Israel if he were to be re-elected.

MICHAEL SMITH from Kronos Advisory discusses Iran's relationship with al-Qaeda and how important it is for the Iranian regime to having a working relationship with al-Qaeda.

Asian analyst GORDON CHANG talks about Secretary Clinton's final visit to China and how the Chinese government is fracturing while the economy is becoming unhinged.

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