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Rosemary Jenks, Roger Noriega, Fred Fleitz, Charles Faddis

April 3rd, 2014 · Comments

ROSEMARY JENKS, of NumbersUSA, speaks on the comprehensive immigration reform debate within the GOP, as well as the hidden offers of amnesty to illegal aliens in the National Defense Authorization Act.

ROGER NORIEGA, former US Ambassador to the Organization of American States, examines the brutality of the Venezuelan government.  Noriega projects that the Venezuelan military is unlikely to stand up against the government for fear of further dirtying its hands.

Michael Morell, former Acting Director of the CIA, testified before the House Select Committee on Intelligence yesterday on the official Benghazi talking points. FRED FLEITZ, senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy, makes the case that Morell personally prompted the politicization of those talking points. CHARLES FADDIS, former director of the CIA’s WMD terrorism unit, questions why evidence suggesting the Benghazi attack was a terror incident was ignored in favor of a “spontaneous mob” narrative.

Tags: Rosemary Jenks · Roger Noriega · Fred Fleitz

Pete Hoekstra, Roger Noriega, Bill Roggio, Fred Fleitz

March 20th, 2014 · Comments

Former Congressman PETE HOEKSTRA offers his perspective on the Russian annexation of Crimea, and Senator Dianne Feinstein's allegations against the CIA.

ROGER NORIEGA, former US Ambassador to the Organization of American States, discusses the protests in Venezuela. He argues that the United States is not taking appropriate actions against President Nicolas Maduro in order to curb the rising violence the country is experiencing.

BILL ROGGIO, of the Long War Journal, analyses the jihadist threat against the US and Russia, specifically looking at the Immigrants' Army, a prominent multi-national Jihadist group inside Syria.

FRED FLEITZ, senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy, discusses Putin's aggressive stance on Ukraine and a potential for continued geo-strategic expansion. He also addresses how Russian retaliation to U.S./NATO sanctions could affect the P5+1 nuclear talks with Iran.
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Tags: Bill Roggio · Roger Noriega · Congressman Pete Hoekstra · Fred Fleitz

Fred Fleitz, Ilan Berman, John Bolton, Bill Gertz

March 14th, 2014 · Comments

FRED FLEITZ, a Center for Security Policy senior fellow, dissects the allegations recently made by Senator Dianne Feinstein that the CIA has been spying on the Senate Intelligence Committee.

ILAN BERMAN, of the American Foreign Policy Council, examines the Ukraine crisis as Vladmir Putin's attempt at reinterpreting Russia's borders, with the ultimate end goal being "to encompass [Ukraine] and erode their sovereignty."

Former US Ambassador to the UN JOHN BOLTON discusses Vladimir Putin's attempts to reestablish hegemony over the territory comprising the former Soviet Union, and argues that he is encouraged by perceived American and European weakness.

Washington Times and Washington Free Beacon columnist BILL GERTZ reports on the Chinese apparently having been successful in copying the American F-35 to create their own stealth fighter, the J-20; the Russian use of cyber warfare in Ukraine; and the US hold on sending military equipment to the Egyptian government. 

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Tags: Bill Gertz · John Bolton · Ilan Berman · Fred Fleitz

Bill Roggio, Fred Fleitz, Matt Lewis, Gordon Chang

January 2nd, 2014 · Comments

Managing editor of The Long War Journal BILL ROGGIO analyzes whether targeted drone strikes against a rapidly expanding Al Qaeda movement are successful in preventing terrorism. He also explains why the evidence is against the argument that Al Qaeda terrorists were not affiliated with the 9/11/12 attack in Benghazi, Libya.

FRED FLEITZ of Lignet.com, talks about a recent New York Times report that blames fury against a video, rather than a planned terrorist operation, for the September 11, 2012 attack in Benghazi.

MATT LEWIS, a senior contributor at the Daily Caller, continues the discussion on the NYT report and the evidence surrounding Benghazi. Lewis also predicts whether President Obama will focus more on domestic or foreign policy in 2014, particularly in light of his fondness for discussing income inequality.

GORDON CHANG of Forbes.com and World Affairs Journal discusses the increasing tensions between Japan and South Korea, and argues that there is a great need for the US to build a tripartite alliance with them to counter China.

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Tags: Gordon Chang · Bill Roggio · Fred Fleitz · Matt Lewis

With Ali Alfoneh, Fred Fleitz, Andy McCarthy, Gordon Chang

October 16th, 2013 · Comments

With Ali Alfoneh, Fred Fleitz, Andy McCarthy, Gordon Chang

ALI ALFONEH, a Senior Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, discusses the domestic complications  in Iran that will prove to be the reason for skepticism for this week's nuclear negotiations in Geneva.

FRED FLEITZ, founder of LIGNET.com, talks about Iranian sanctions, as well as China's effort to "de-Americanize" the world's currency.

ANDY MCCARTHY, of the National Review, explains the Abu Anas Al-Libi case that will be in federal court in New York this week.

GORDON CHANG, of Forbes.com, elaborates on his op-ed piece about the U.S. debt crisis, and the prospect that China won't buy more of our debt.

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Tags: Uncategorized · Gordon Chang · Andy McCarthy · Fred Fleitz · Ali Alfoneh

Rep. Trent Franks, Fred Fleitz, Michael Auslin, Rafal Rohozinski

October 10th, 2013 · Comments

Rep. TRENT FRANKS (R-AZ.), joins guest host Jacki Pick, to discuss his new bill, the U.S.-Iran Nuclear Negotiation Act, which debuts in Congress this week.

FRED FLEITZ, a retired CIA analyst and founder of LIGNET.com, talks about conflicts over water supplies in Asia.

MICHAEL AUSLIN, of the American Enterprise Institute, gives an overview of the ASEAN conference and how Obama's absence has affected the standing of the U.S. in the region.

RAFAL ROHOZINSKI, of the SecDev Group, discusses the dangers presented to the US and Canada by instability in Mexico, and the border issues amplified by these threats.

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Tags: Fred Fleitz · Rafal Rohozinski

Seth Cropsey, Michael O’Hanlon, Fred Fleitz, Bill Gertz

August 29th, 2013 · Comments

SETH CROPSEY, former Deputy Undersecretary of the Navy, talks about US intervention in Syria and the hollowing out of the US military.

MICHAEL O’HANLON. of the Brookings Institute, analyzes the impending US military strike against Syria, as well as outlines what he feels the ultimate future goals in Syria should be.

FRED FLEITZ, of Lignet.com, exposes the flaws of the administration’s plan to possibly intervene into Syria and the implications this intervention could have on American allies in the region.

BILL GERTZ, of the Washington Free Beacon and Washington Times, analyzes US intervention in Syria and the new Chinese Anti satellite satellites.

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Tags: Bill Gertz · Michael O'Hanlon · Fred Fleitz

Michelle Van Cleave, Paul Kengor, Adam Kredo, Fred Fleitz

August 22nd, 2013 · Comments

MICHELLE VAN CLEAVE, former counterintelligence executive and member of the Jack Kemp Foundation, dives into the US intelligence situation, looking at the damage done by Snowden and Manning and the history of checks and balances on covert organizations since the time of the Founding Fathers.

Dr. PAUL KENGOR, of Grove City College, reflects on the achievements made by the late Reagan-era Judge William P. Clark.

ADAM KREDO, of the Washington Free Beacon, examines the chemical weapons attacks in Syria and Al Jazeera entering the American market.

FRED FLEITZ, of Lignet.com, gives an overview of several events occurring throughout the world including; the recent chemical weapons attack in Syria, the Nidal Hasan trial and the new Saudi order.

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Tags: Michelle Van Cleave · Paul Kengor · Fred Fleitz · Adam Kredo

Christian Whiton, Ron Packard, Bill Gertz, Fred Fleitz

August 15th, 2013 · Comments

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. 
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Tags: Bill Gertz · christian whiton · Fred Fleitz

Kevin Freeman, Helle Dale, Gerald Steinberg, Fred Fleitz

August 8th, 2013 · Comments

KEVIN FREEMAN, Senior Fellow at the American Center for Democracy and Founder of Freeman Global Investment, examines the economic war and what it would mean if Russia and China are successful in demoting the US dollar from the base currency for the Federal Reserve; he also takes a brief look at EMPs and the damage that could be done to the US economy.

HELLE DALE, Senior Fellow in Public Diplomacy at the Heritage Foundation, discusses the War of Ideas, the Obama administration's policy of apologizing for America, and the Tweeter War.

GERALD STEINBERG, of NGO Moniter, gives his opinion on Iran's new president, the non-existent relationship between Israel and Palestine ,and what he feels are underlying anti-Zionist motives from organizations such as the Human Rights Watch.

FRED FLEITZ, of Lignet.com, deeply explores the relationship between the U.S. and Russia in light of the recent snub this week by President Obama towards Russian President Putin and upcoming meetings between the two countries other top leaders.

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Tags: Fred Fleitz · Kevin Freeman