Entries Tagged as 'Debra Burlingame'
September 12th, 2012 · Comments Off
LT. GEN. JERRY BOYKIN (USA Ret.) discusses the recent attack on American embassies as well as where America stands eleven years after 9/11.
Former Undersecretary of Defense DOUGLAS J. FEITH explains that the Bush Administration had no prior warning to the 9/11 attacks and although counterterrorism was a priority, it was not the number one priority for the administration before the attacks.
DEBRA BURLINGAME, sister of one of the pilots of the hijacked planes on 9/11, discusses that fateful day as well America's security level today compared to 9/11.
Former SpecOps operator JIM HANSON discusses the Democratic National Convention and the gaffes it made in terms of national security.
Tags: Uncategorized · Debra Burlingame · Jim Hanson · Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin · Douglas Feith
April 17th, 2012 · Comments Off
Since the end of the Cold War, US forces in Europe have constantly been shrinking and will probably end up in the range of 20,000 in the near future. Thom Shanker explains what this means to the morale of our troops and our allies in the region. If the US starts to ignore Europe, will the Russians take the opportunity to seize more control?
Obama is continuing to offer Iran a free pass on their nuclear program which casts America as nothing more than a paper tiger. Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann elaborates on the idea of America being a paper tiger and how the Iranians are laughing at us behind closed doors. Are we just giving Iran more time to complete a nuclear weapon? How do the Israelis view this complacency on the part of Obama?
Is the Obama Administration falling for the Muslim Brotherhood’s “charm campaign” or does the president think he can ensure American security by becoming friends with our enemies? According to Debra Burlingame, the Muslim Brotherhood is not an advocate for peace and equality, but seeks to establish a global caliphate under the guidance of Sharia law. Will America wake up to this stealth jihad?
Has England gone completely over the edge in their quest for inclusion of their Muslim population? , in response to President Obama’s $10 million bounty for a high valued terrorist leader in Pakistan, the British Parliaments’ lone Muslim has offered a bounty for the capture of President Obama and former President Bush. Andy McCarthy explains how England has worked so hard to make Muslims a part of British society that they forgot that not all Muslims pledge their allegiance to the Union Jack. Will incidences such as this put a strain on the relationship of the free world’s two greatest allies?
Tags: Uncategorized · Andy McCarthy · Debra Burlingame · Thom Shanker · Rep. Michelle Bachmann
March 2nd, 2012 · Comments Off
Representative Frank Wolf from Virginia explains what he saw on his most recent trip to Sudan. He visited a refugee camp 20 miles from the Sudanese border where more than 25,000 people are living with the mission of recommending policies and creating awareness to the barbaric situation the country has found itself in.
“Nearly 40,000 people have already lost their lives in the drug war south of the border and now Mexican cartels are moving their operations into the United States.” Sylvia Longmire who specializes in the War on Drugs as well as the cartels claims, “The Mexican drug war cannot be won, but is a conflict that can only managed.” This is not a war with one clear enemy therefore who can raise the white flag and call an end to the conflict? There is always be drugs and there will always be cartels or gangs that vie for more territory, money and power. There are drugs and violence in the United Sates therefore what can be done to make the violence in Mexico more manageable, to a level where people don’t fear leaving their homes or see corpses outside their children school?
The NYPD and namely Commissioner Ray Kelly are under attack for doing exactly what they are paid to do which is protect the citizens of New York City. Commissioner Kelly has worked tirelessly to investigate radical Muslim organizations that may be breeding terrorists, yet he and the NYPD are coming under fire by those very organizations and the liberal media. How can the police protect citizens and communities if they are not allowed to investigate potential threats to those very citizens and communities? Debra Burlingame gives her analysis of this sad and shocking development.
As a result of the president’s budget cuts, health care for our military veterans is increasing, while health care for the rest of the population is either being decreased or unaffected. What type of gratitude is President Obama showing our veterans and our country when he forces the men and women who have defended this country to pay more for their health care? In another story, the White House is mulling over the idea of becoming involved in the Syrian revolution. Is there an upside to American involvement and can the Obama Administration stay out of Syria? Bill Gertz gives his take on these ideas in his Inside the Ring column.
Tags: Uncategorized · Debra Burlingame · Bill Gertz · Rep. Frank Wolf · Sylvia Longmire
March 25th, 2011 · Comments
Tags: Uncategorized · Debra Burlingame · Caroline Glick · John Bolton
March 22nd, 2011 · Comments
First, Clare Lopez discusses the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood as a result of this “Arab Awakening” throughout the Middle East. Next, Caroline Glick talks about the dissent into “strategic dementia” under the Obama Administration. Then, Debra Burlingame, a representative of the 9/11 families, discusses the trials of detainees at Guantanamo Bay; although the 9/11 suspects will not be tried as of yet and when they are brought to trial, it will be in federal court and not military. Finally, Andy McCarthy discusses the so called “rebels” in Libya who should be called “Libyan Mujahedeen” because they are actually groups of Islamists with ties to terrorist organizations. Also discussed is the fact that the majority of insurgents in Iraq have come from Libya and how this operation is unconstitutional due to a lack of imminent danger to the US and therefore the president needed the approval of Congress.
Tags: Uncategorized · Andy McCarthy · Debra Burlingame · Caroline Glick · Clare Lopez
October 7th, 2010 · Comments
Today on Secure Freedom Radio with Frank Gaffney, Frank talks with Cully Stimson from the Heritage Foundation, on the recent trials of terrorists in the civilian courts. Next, Frank and Debra Burlingame discuss the latest on the ground zero mosque. Finally, Frank and Congressman Ted Poe discuss the breakdown of the federal government's efforts to provide for the common defense by securing our borders.
Tags: Uncategorized · Debra Burlingame · Cully Stimson · Congressman Ted Poe
August 2nd, 2010 · Comments
Debra Burlingame of Keep America Safe joins Frank in a discussion on the latest developements of the attempt to build a mosque at Ground Zero. Then Ralph Peters, author of Endless War, joins Frank for a geo strategy grand tour of the U.S. at war.
Tags: Uncategorized · Debra Burlingame · Ralph Peters
July 20th, 2010 · Comments
Bill Hawkins joins Frank to chime in on China’s efforts to deny an American presence in the western Pacific. Then, Debra Burlingame makes a repeat appearance to speak about the Ground Zero mosque, and what is being done to put a stop to its symbolic placement over hallowed ground. Later, Henry Sokolski warns us of the danger of going through with the New START Treaty and the potential American nuclear arms sale to Pakistan.
Tags: Henry Sokolski · Debra Burlingame · Bill Hawkins
July 16th, 2010 · Comments
Frank starts with some important and consequential information on the danger that the ratification of the START-II treaty will have on our nuclear deterrent for generations to come. In segment two, Sarah Carter brings the best reporting to date on Somali terror group, Al-Shabab, and their attack on Christians in Uganda. Then Debra Burlingame reports from the front tlines of the attempt to build a mosque, symbolic of otalitarian Islamist victory, on the sight of the terrorist attack on New York in 2001. Finally, Rowan Scarburough enriches the debate on the implications of domestic U.S. politics on our national security.
Tags: Uncategorized · Debra Burlingame · Sarah Carter · Rowan Scarburough
June 15th, 2010 · Comments
Frank brings us back to what’s important with a discussion on women’s rights in Iran and the nature of the Iranian regime so consistently legitimized by the administration’s diplomacy. Jeff Smith from the American Foreign Policy council discusses Pakistan playing both sides of the war in Afghanistan. Debra Burlingame assesses Deputy Attorney General nominee James Cole and his potential impact U.S. national security. Andy McCarthy weighs in on the same.
Tags: Andy McCarthy · Debra Burlingame · Jeff Smith