Entries Tagged as 'Douglas Murray'
May 29th, 2013 · Comments Off
Congressman LOUIE GOHMERT of the 1ST District of Texas touches on a variety of topics including immigration reform, McCain's recent visit to Syria and his meeting with Syrian rebels, and the Department of Justice scandal.
GAL LUFT of the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security explains how the United States can become far less energy-dependent on OPEC if manufacturers start making more flexible-fuel vehicles, and if consumers are wiling to spend an additional $200 or so when purchasing a car.
DOUGLAS MURRAY, Associate Director of the UK-based Henry Jackson Society, describes in further depth the terrorist attack that occurred in London last week and describes some of the reactions the attack provoked in the Islamic community. He also discusses how the terror attacks, though violent and horrifying to outsiders, were not irrational in nature, but rather he points towards the terrorist's ideology and describes why these terrorists felt they were justified in their actions.
GORDON CHANG of Forbes.com, looks at the recent security breach by the Chinese into some of America's most guarded technological trade secrets including some of the plans for missile defense, as well as looks at the growing problems in China, including the current hoarding of gold by both the Chinese government and the people of China in fear of what's to come.
Tags: Gordon Chang · Gal Luft · Douglas Murray · Congressman Louie Gohmert
February 8th, 2013 · Comments Off
With Dan Goure, Fred Grandy, Douglas Murray, Bill Gertz.
Vice President of the Lexington Institute DAN GOURE gives an in-depth explanation of how sequestration cuts will hurt the United States' military and create a cycle in which our inability to replenish our forces will embolden our enemies, whom we will then be unprepared to confront.
Former Congressman FRED GRANDY offers up his opinions on the spurious excuses made in yesterday's hearing on the Benghazi attack. Why, for instance, couldn't F-16s been used to disperse the crowd simply by flying overhead?
DOUGLAS MURRAY, Associate Director of the Henry Jackson Center, talks with Frank about the assassination attempt against Lars Hedegaard, which he considers an "appalling attempt" to stop our freedom of expression. Yet, as Murray points out, the usual defenders of free speech are not speaking out about the incident--rather, some feel that perhaps Hedegaard simply shouldn't have said anything in the first place.
Washington Times national security editor BILL GERTZ explains his theory that CIA personnel were in Benghazi to begin with because of a proposed plan to arm Syrian rebels, which President Obama ended up rejecting. Gertz also expresses his frustration that so much of the John Brennan hearing was focused on drones, when the bigger issue is Brennan's refusal to identify Islamist extremists as the enemy.
Tags: Uncategorized · Bill Gertz · Douglas Murray · Dan Goure · Fred Grandy
July 25th, 2011 · Comments
Douglas Murray, Director of the Centre for Social Cohesion, joins Frank to discuss the massacre in Norway and warns against those who may use the tragedy for political motivations. Murray cites the division between the urging to not jump to conclusions when an attacker cries “Allahu Akbar,” versus immediately asking “Why did Sarah Palin do it?” when Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was shot. Murray sees parallels to the shooting in Tucson, Arizona, as he understands Anders Behring Breivik to be a lone wolf with an “entirely insane view,” and fears the attack in Olso will bring more calls for censorship in Europe, much like Tucson brought cries for “civility,” in America. Next, Cynthia Ayers, Vice President of EMPact America, discusses how our electric grid is vulnerable to an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) event, either naturally from a geo-magnetic storm or by an attack from our adversaries. Ayers’ warns that a high altitude blast could devastate the electric grid, knocking the U.S. back to the technology of the 1800s, leading to massive casualties. With the recent news of China’s development of an EMP weapon, as well as being overdue for a geo-magnetic storm, Ayers encourages the passing of the SHIELD act in congress to protect the grid. Jeremy Rabkin, Professor of Law at George Mason University, then joins Frank for a special sovereignty watch. The author of Law without Nations?: Why Constitutional Government Requires Sovereign States, expresses his concerns for the Administration’s acts of lawlessness from potentially invoking the 14th amendment as a means to raise the debt ceiling, to abandoning the enforcement of the Defense of Marriage Act. He also talks about the situation in Libya, where there is no precedent for a four-month long military action without congressional approval. Rabkin asserts the rationale for the unilateral action: “It doesn’t matter if this is not consistent with our Constitution; it’s consistent with somebody’s.” Finally, Gordon Chang, our resident China expert, sheds light on what Asians generally believe about the debt ceiling debate and whether or not the U.S. will default. Chang, of Forbes.com, also explains how North Korea wants to restore the six-party talks, and why the U.S. would be foolish to do so.
Tags: Gordon Chang · Jeremy Rabkin · Douglas Murray · Cynthia Ayers
June 7th, 2011 · Comments
To what extent are US mosques adhering to Shar'ia and advocating jihadism within the masses? David Yerushalmi discusses his recent study, "Shar'ia and Violence in American Mosques," which examines how 100 mosques throughout the country are promoting Shar'ia through violent literature. Douglas Murray educates us on the counterterrorism project initiated by the Queen in the UK to prevent violent extremism. Ambassador John Bolton enlightens Americans on the recent unilateral declaration of independence by the Palestinians. Andy McCarthy explores the current struggle in Libya; as well as the Obama administration's negligence to ask Congress for authorization for use of force in the struggle.
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Tags: Uncategorized · Andy McCarthy · David Yerushalmi · Douglas Murray · John Bolton
May 19th, 2011 · Comments
Douglas Murray opens our eyes to Australia’s heroic stand against Sharia while some European nations submit to this strict Islamic law. Faith McDonnell of the Institute on Religion and Democracy analyzes the genocide in Sudan and the uncertainty for its future now that it’s split into two nations; are the two sides adhering to the peace agreement? Roger Noriega explains Venezuela’s growing military capabilities and the strength of the narco-traffickers in the region.
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February 24th, 2011 · Comments
Today on Frank Gaffney’s Secure Freedom Radio, Frank and Douglas Murray of the Centre for Social Cohesion, discuss the implementation of Sharia in Europe and the United States. Then, Jeff Kueter from the Marshall Institute discusses space and the future weakening of the American industrial base. Finally, the Washington Examiner’s Sara Carter discusses the protests in Libya, potential problems unfolding throughout the region, the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and pirates in Somalia.
Tags: Uncategorized · Sara Carter · Douglas Murray · Jeff Kueter
January 24th, 2011 · Comments
Today on Secure Freedom Radio with Frank Gaffney, Frank and Gordon Chang converse over President Hu’s visit to Washington and where this relationship is headed. Next, Douglas Murray talks about Quintan Wiktorowicz, the newest member to the National Security Council. Finally, Herb London talks about what Sharia means for Christianity.
Tags: Uncategorized · Gordon Chang · Douglas Murray · Herb London
January 20th, 2011 · Comments
Today on Secure Freedom Radio with Frank Gaffney, Frank and Douglas Murray discuss what one can and cannot say and do when it comes to Sharia. Next, Clare Lopez discus’s her personal experience in censorship in Canada in or to accommodate our “Iranian friends.” Then, Congressman Allen West discus’s the defense budget cuts and a new movement to withdraw troops from Afghanistan. Finally, Sara Carter discus’s what is happening in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Mexico and much more.
Tags: Uncategorized · Sara Carter · Douglas Murray · Clare Lopez · Rep. Allen West
August 6th, 2010 · Comments
On Today's show, Frank gives a first hand account of his visit to an incredibly well funded group called the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro (TN). There, a tiny community of 200 hundred families will finance a 50,000 square foot Mosque and learning center. "It turns out that middle Tennessee, acording to a former FBI agent who is a source of ours, is the third most active area in America in terms of the Muslim Brotherhood and the effort to insinuate into our country, Sharia and recruit others to its Jihad, stealthy or violent." Douglas Murray from the U.K. based think tank, The Centre for Social Cohesion joins Frank to discuss their latest open source intelligence publication entititled, Islamist Terrorism: The British Connection. Chris Holton from The Center for Security Policy's Divest Terror Initiative weighs in on sanctions against Iran. Chris is a leading expert on how U.S. financial institutions fund terror supporting regimes. Finally, Marc Thiessen, author of Courting Disaster, discusses Wiki Leaks and the lawyers who are defending Anwar Awlaki as Awlaki leads Al Qaeda in Yemen's war against the U.S.
Tags: Uncategorized · Christopher Holton · Douglas Murray · Marc Thiessen