Entries Tagged as 'christian whiton'
October 25th, 2013 · Comments Off
MICHAEL RUBIN, of AEI, takes a deeper look at President Obama's relationship with Iran and what Iran is up to now.
HAROLD RHODE, of the Gatestone Institute, argues that the United States' posture on terrorism is appearing weak in the Middle East and leaving it vulnerable to exploitation.
CHRISTIAN WHITON, author of the newly released book "Smart Power," explains the unraveling of American power in regions such as Europe, and the damaging effects the National Security Agency (NSA) is having towards American power.
DIANA WEST, a syndicated columnist and author, talks about the galloping socialism she sees occurring in Washington.
Tags: Diana West · Michael Rubin · christian whiton
August 15th, 2013 · Comments Off
CHRISTIAN WHITON, principle at DC International Advisory, provides an analysis on the Muslim Brotherhood throughout the Middle East and the US policy thus far towards this organization.
RON PACKARD, CEO of K12, examines the impact sequestration is having on the military education system as well as explains how his company is helping to change the face of education.
BILL GERTZ, of the Washington Free Beacon, looks at the current events unfolding in Egypt and how this will impact the future of democracy in the country and the future of US-Egyptian relations.
FRED FLEITZ, of Lignet.com, gives an overview of several different important national security topics; including the escalating violence in Egypt and US nuclear disarmament.
Tags: Bill Gertz · christian whiton · Fred Fleitz
August 9th, 2013 · Comments Off
ROWAN SCARBOROUGH, of the Washington Times, investigates the idea of
socially engineering the military by implanting women in combat, among
other things, and looks at how lowering the standards of the military to
allow more women into combat poses a large danger to the quality of the
KORI SCHAKE, of the Hoover Institution, puts into
prospective the relationship between the US and Russia, including how
Russian policy is anti-American and how Russia is longing to be a Cold
War superpower once again.
MICHAEL RUBIN, of AEI, focuses in on
the chaos happening in every corner of the Middle East and looks at how
the radical Islamists in the region are growing more aggressive towards
CHRISTIAN WHITON, of the DC international Advisory,
analyzes the collapse of Obama's progressive doctrine to the world as
well as looks into how the president has started to be perceived as weak
on the world stage.
Tags: Michael Rubin · christian whiton · Rowan Scarborough · Kori Schake
July 31st, 2013 · Comments Off
ERICK STAKELBECK, author of the new book "The Brotherhood: America's Next Great Enemy," spends a special two part segment with Frank to delve deeper into radical Islam, the Muslim Brotherhood, and the invasion of radical Islam into the United States perpetrated not only by groups like the Muslim Brotherhood, but also by individuals with undue influence in the government.
CHRISTIAN WHITON, Principle at DC Advisory LLC , examines the current situation within Egypt, Huma Abedin's past career within the State Department, and the upcoming peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine.
DIANA WEST, author of American Betrayal, analyzes Huma Abedin's background, her career within the State Department, and her connection to terrorist networks.
Tags: Erick Stakelbeck · Diana West · christian whiton
June 27th, 2013 · Comments Off
Lt. General JERRY BOYKIN, of the Family Research Council, chronicles the battle Christians in the military are facing with current lawsuits that he believes are aimed at suppressing soldiers and their families' religious freedoms within the context of the military.
CHRISTIAN WHITON, of DC International Advisory, explores Snowden's background, Samantha Power, and surmises what the possible outcomes of Obama's trip to Africa will be.
MARK SCHNEIDER, of the National Institute for Public Policy, analyzes President Obama’s plan to de-nuclearize and its relations with Russian’s new weapon developments.
FRED FLEITZ, of Lignet.com, covers some of the most pressing issues to security at this time including: the danger of EMP attacks, Snowden and his limited options of asylum, and the dangers of Samantha Power and her anti-American attitude.
Tags: christian whiton · Fred Fleitz · Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin
June 7th, 2013 · Comments Off
CHRISTIAN WHITON, of the DC International Advisory and former State Department Senior Advisor, gives context to President Obama’s recently announced appointment of Susan Rice to National Security Advisor.
BILL GERTZ, of the Washington Free Beacon, discusses the summit between President Obama and his Chinese counterpart President Xi Jinping.
DANIEL PIPES, President of the Middle East Forum, gives a historians perspective on Samantha Power’s appointment as UN Ambassador and what that means for future action within Syria. Frank and Daniel also discuss Sunni and Shiite conflicts, and the recent uprising in Turkey.
Senior adviser for the Menges Hemispheric Security Project at the Center for Security Policy, LUIS FlEISCHMAN, talks about his new book “Latin America in the Post Chavez Era: The Security Threat to the United States.” He gives an overview of whether or not Venezuela is still stuck in a post-Chavez era as well as an analysis on some of the most important topics currently found in the media including; the Venezuelan State Ministry’s newly released statement detailing their outlook on American-Venezuelan relations as well as the recently released State Department’s 2012 counter terrorism report.
Tags: Bill Gertz · christian whiton · Daniel Pipes · Luis Fleischman
May 14th, 2013 · Comments Off
With Barry Rubin, Robert Zubrin, Andy McCarthy, Christian Whiton
BARRY RUBIN, of the Gloria Center, discusses the potential consequences between the growing and close friendship Obama and Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan have and the negative impact this has on any possible growth of democracy in the region.
ROBERT ZUBRIN, of Pioneer Astronautics and The Mars Society, gives an overview of some of today's top energy concerns ranging from issues such as energy independence and Qatari's buying of US gas reserve fields, to updates in the field of climate change, as well as discusses anti-humanism and what this means in the United States.
ANDY MCCARTHY, Contributing Editor with National Review Online, talks about the real role the anti-Islam movie “Innocence of Muslims” played in the context of the Benghazi attacks on September 11, 2012 and uncovers some of the real groups/motives behind the attacks.
CHRISTIAN WHITON, of DC Advisory International and author of the upcoming book "Smart Power", discusses the State Department's release of false statements in the aftermath of the attacks on the US Consulate in Benghazi and briefly talks about the upcoming June elections in Iran and what this truly means for Iranian-American relations.
Tags: Uncategorized · Andy McCarthy · Robert Zubrin · christian whiton · Barry Rubin
April 12th, 2013 · Comments Off
How well informed is U.S. President on Venezuela, it’s significance, and that of the U.S. role in Latin America? Former Ambassador to the Organization of American States, ROGER NORIEGA, helps us discover why the unrest and suffering in Venezuela is a symptom of Cuban influence and U.S. indifference to it.
MICHAEL S. SMITH II, of Kronos Advisory LLP, examines the historical relationship between Iran and al Qaeda, and why that relationship is souring as al Qaeda desperately tries to stay relevant in a world more preoccupied with the political revolutions of the "Arab Spring."
In a special two-part interview, former US State Department senior adviser and principal at DC International Advisory LLC CHRISTIAN WHITON goes into an in-depth analysis of North Korea. Topics discusses include the regime's relationship with China, what is behind the dictatorship's extreme hostility towards religion, and how the U.S. might be able to better relations with the country by changing its rhetoric.
Tags: Uncategorized · Roger Noriega · christian whiton · Michael S. Smith II
March 19th, 2013 · Comments Off
With Ted Bromund, Joel Hirst, Lars Hedegaard, Christian Whiton.
TED BROMUND of the Heritage Foundation draws important distinctions between rhetoric and impact concerning the Arms Trade Treaty currently at issue for the U.N. and challenges assumptions about the possibility of it's application in the U.S. without Senate ratification.
In the absence of U.S. leadership in Latin America the drama plays out in Venezuela in the wake of the passing of Hugo Chavez. JOEL HIRST, the Human Freedom Fellow at the George W. Bush Institute and a Principal for Cordoba Group International, explains the state of play, who the players, and what is at stake between now and the snap elections soon to take place in Venezuela. He also discusses his novel, The Lieutenant of San Porfirio, which will be released soon in Spanish prologued by Ricardo Lopez Murphy and with praise from former Peruvian president, Alejandro Toledo.
In an attempt to enforce Shariah law globally with the threat of death, an unknown assassin attempted to shoot the Danish free speech activist, LARS HEDEGAARD in the face in February of 2013. Mr. Hedegaard survived and shares his account in an interview on Secure Freedom Radio here.
Former Senior State Department official, CHRISTIAN WHITON of DC International Advisory, lays out an indicting history of the Obama administrations ideological campaign against strategic missile defense which provides context for the current backtrack urgently initiated to counter a real North Korean threat.
Tags: Uncategorized · christian whiton · Ted Bromund · Joel Hirst · Lars Hedegaard
February 26th, 2013 · Comments Off
CLAUDIA ROSETT, journalist in residence for the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, exposes the front company that the Iranian ambassador to the UN has been using to skirt US sanctions on 5th Avenue in New York City.
Principal at DC International Advisory LLC, CHRISTIAN WHITON reviews John Kerry's first tour up to this point, wondering why the administration is keeping our allies at arm's length while embracing our enemies, and emphasizes the need for an offensive cyber security campaign to address the growing Chinese threat.
JON IADONISI, founder of the White Canvas Group and retired Navy SEAL, analyzes the Mandian report that confirms state-sponsored cyber-attacks from China, and advises both policy makers and citizens on what they can do to defend themselves from the cyber threat.
On the twentieth anniversary of the first bombing of the World Trade Center, ANDY MCcCARTHY, the chief prosecutor for the case and author of Spring Fever: The Illusion of Islamic Democracy, discusses the state of America's War on Terror since the 1993 tragedy, observes that new Arab Spring democracies are voting to implement Shariah Law four to one, and wonders at John Brennan's inability to understand the ideology behind the jihadist threat.
Tags: Uncategorized · Andy McCarthy · Claudia Rosett · christian whiton · Jon Iadonisi