Entries Tagged as 'Fred Fleitz'
October 16th, 2013 · Comments Off
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.
Tags: Uncategorized · Gordon Chang · Andy McCarthy · Fred Fleitz · Ali Alfoneh
October 10th, 2013 · Comments Off
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.
Tags: Fred Fleitz · Rafal Rohozinski
August 29th, 2013 · Comments Off
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.
Tags: Bill Gertz · Michael O'Hanlon · Fred Fleitz
August 22nd, 2013 · Comments Off
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.
Tags: Michelle Van Cleave · Paul Kengor · Fred Fleitz · Adam Kredo
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 8th, 2013 · Comments Off
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.
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.
Tags: Fred Fleitz · Kevin Freeman
August 1st, 2013 · Comments Off
JOHN WOHLSTETTER, Senior Fellow with the Discovery Institute, explains the science behind the heightened EMP threat during a solar maximum. Wohlstetter also describes the new technology that is supposed to make it easier to make sure ships carrying nuclear weapons do not enter US ports.
JIM HANSON, of Blackfive.net, looks at the recent Bradley Manning verdict as well as Russia's power play to grant Edward Snowden political asylum, thus making it legally impossible for the United States to prosecute Snowden for at least a year.
CLAUDIA ROSETT, Journalist in Residence at Foundation for Defense of Democracies, talks about the failed Russian reset and Iran's attempt to become rapporteur for the UN disarmament committee, one of the six main committees of the UN General Assembly.
FRED FLEITZ, of LIGNET.com, analyzes Russia's role in the Snowden scandal and asks the question: "Where is Obama in all of this?"
Tags: Jim Hanson · Claudia Rosett · Fred Fleitz
July 24th, 2013 · Comments Off
Congressman BUCK McKEON, chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, discusses today's pending vote to decide if funding for the NSA's data collection program should be stopped. He also discusses sequestration in the military and how it is affecting the readiness of the armed forces.
FRED FLEITZ, of Lignet.com, scrutinizes the presence of North Korea in Latin America, which has come to light with last week's news of a North Korean ship smuggling weapons back to their country from Cuba.
MARK HELPRIN, of the Claremont Institute, analyzes Israeli's decision to disarm, looking closely at the enemy armies surrounding the country and the current hostile nature in the Middle East.
DIANA WEST, author of American Betrayal, examines the misuse of power and cover ups that are occurring within the US government, as well as analyzes the ongoing assertion of George Zimmerman's guilt from both Attorney General Holder and President Obama.
Tags: Diana West · Fred Fleitz
July 18th, 2013 · Comments Off
PETER PRY, former executive director of the EMP Commission and currently serving on the task force for national and homeland security, examines the threat of an EMP attack, the recent knowledge of North Korean missiles in Panama, and how the US can protect itself from such a North Korean EMP threat.
JIM HANSON, of Blackfive.net, gives his perspective on the advisability of releasing some Guantanamo Bay prisoners, as well as on sexual assaults in and the hollowing of the military and the implications this has on the future safety of the United States.
CORD STERLING of Aerospace Industries Association reviews the impact that sequestration is having on the technological side. He looks at the impact of layoffs and the risk the US is now facing of losing the ability to develop certain technological capabilities that the U.S. depends on for maintaining its' national security.
FRED FLEITZ, retired CIA analyst and currently of Lignet.com, analyzes the new Iranian leadership and Iran's continue pursuit for a nuclear weapon, predicting how far Iran may be from a nuclear device. Fred also looks at the Arab Spring as it pertains to Egypt and Syria.
Tags: Jim Hanson · Fred Fleitz
July 11th, 2013 · Comments Off
SHOSHANA BRYEN of the Jewish Policy Center digs deeper into which countries are funding the different entities in the Middle East, particularly in Egypt, and what their motives are behind their financial support.
CULLY STIMSON of the Heritage Foundation looks at how elements of Sharia law are slipping into the American legal system with cases such as the Fort Hood Shooter and his plead of defensive jihad.
HERBERT MEYER, former Special Assistant to the Director of the CIA, compares his experience under the Reagan Administration and the Cold War against the new global struggle with radical Islam. Frank and Herbert also look at the idea of Islam 2.0 and the situation in Egypt with retrospect to modernity and democracy.
FRED FLEITZ, of Lignet.com, predicts where Egypt is heading in the near future and how the military coup will effect the image of democracy around the world, as well as looks at the issues of Samantha Power and Obama's plans for de-nuclearization.
Tags: Fred Fleitz