Entries Tagged as 'Fred Fleitz'
May 2nd, 2013 · Comments Off
VICTORIA TOENSING, founding partner of diGenova & Toensing LLP, discusses the client she is defending who has information relating to the 9/11/12 attack in Benghazi but claims they are being frightened out of testifying by the US government.
BOB LORSCH, president and CEO of MMRGlobal Inc, talks about the Free Afridi campaign he and his wife are spearheading to get Dr. Shaki Afridi released from a Pakistani prison, and the latest news that a ruling on the case has been delayed yet again.
Shillman Analyst for JNS.org BEN COHEN explains the nationalist and Islamic forces that Turkish prime minister Erdogan must appeal to in the context of his recent announcement of an upcoming visit to Gaza.
FRED FLEITZ of Lignet.com analyzes why, despite President Obama's recent call to do so, the Guantanamo Bay detention facility will not be closed in the near future.
Tags: Uncategorized · Fred Fleitz · Victoria Toensing · Bob Lorsch · Ben Cohen
April 25th, 2013 · Comments Off
Author CLYDE PRESTOWITZ, author of The Betrayal of American Prosperity, outlines the impact of industrial policy on national security policy in terms of what happens when we trade high tech access for major markets.
How do agents of influence work? SAM NUNBERG of the Middle East Forum explains how Iran influences U.S. policy by lobbying the administration to ease and lift sanctions through Iranian oil conglomerates and a non-profit advocacy group whose policy analysis plays to Iran’s advantage.
Former CIA officer FRED FLEITZ of the Langley Intelligence Group Network covers role of ideology and technology in the Boston terrorist attack, the Al Qaeda-Iran relationship, and the Al Qaeda train plot in Canada.
Author and columnist DIANA WEST tracks the Saudi angle of the Boston Marathon terror attack.
Tags: Uncategorized · Diana West · Fred Fleitz · Clyde Prestowitz · Sam Nunberg
April 4th, 2013 · Comments Off
With Claudia Rosett, Ted Bromund, Fred Fleitz, Steven Hayward.
CLAUDIA ROSETT, Journalist-in-Residence at Foundation for Defense of Democracies, explains how the U.S.’s recent actions have made any nuclear weapons threat from it far less credible, and has therefore encouraged North Korea to test the limits of American patience.
TED BROMUND of the Heritage Foundation unfolds the implications of the passage of the UN conventional arms control treaty.
FRED FLEITZ of Lignet.com reasons that despite the soon to be reopened North Korean plant being unable to produce a bomb for at least three to five years, the international community will nonetheless feel pressured to grant the country more concessions.
STEVEN HAYWARD of the Claremont Institute sets the criteria for examining the accuracy of climate modeling and determining its suitability as a factor in defense planning.
Tags: Uncategorized · Claudia Rosett · Fred Fleitz · Ted Bromund · Steven Hayward
March 28th, 2013 · Comments Off
Former U.S. Senator from Arizona JON KYL explains the differences in America’s ability to defend itself according to respective administration’s priorities for missile defense and nuclear deterrence.
Senior adviser for the Menges Hemispheric Security Project at the Center for Security Policy, Dr. LUIS FLEISCHMAN lays out the global strategic importance of the Iranian access to Latin America post Chavez as well as the significance of the new Pope.
ILAN BERMAN of the American Foreign Policy Council breaks down Iran’s options and the difference between strategic and tactical implications of sanctions on their weapons program.
The director of the Langley Intelligence Group Network, FRED FLEITZ covers a menu of updates ranging from the Cypriot banking crisis to the new Russian bomber threat.
Tags: Uncategorized · Ilan Berman · Fred Fleitz · Jon Kyl · Luis Fleischman
March 21st, 2013 · Comments Off
The Washington Freebeacon editor in chief, MATTHEW CONTINETTI explains the structural conundrum of the Republican party and their failure to attract groups who share their values.
Professor HENRY NAU of the Elliot School of International Affairs at George Washington University illustrates the myriad correlations between the Obama administration’s foreign policy and increasing global unrest.
Former Ambassador to the Organization of American States, ROGER NORIEGA, just back from his testimony before Congress, reports on the strategic position of Hezbollah in the Americas.
FRED FLEITZ, director of the Langley Intelligence Group Network, spends his weekly visit with Frank discussing key new, unique, and significant developments in both the North Korean and Iranian nuclear threats.
Tags: Uncategorized · Roger Noriega · Fred Fleitz · Henry Nau · Matthew Continetti
March 7th, 2013 · Comments Off
LUKE COFFEY, a Margaret Thatcher Fellow at Heritage, explains the referendum to be voted on in the Falkand Islands this Sunday that will determine whether the islands remain a British overseas territory or not, and wonders why the Obama administration has not fully supported our British allies on this issue.
Director of the Latin America Programs at the Fund for American Studies, JON PERDUE predicts the effect that Hugo Chavez's death will have on Venezuelan relations with Cuba, China, Iran, and the United States, and encourages the United States to adopt a policy that will best support open and free elections in the coming month.
RICK FISHER, from the International Assessment and Strategy Center, interprets North Korea's nuclear threat against the United States and stresses the need for America to learn the real size of China's nuclear arsenal.
From lignet.com, FRED FLEITZ weighs in on the state of Venezuela after Hugo Chavez's death, describes North Korea's nuclear threat as a ploy to get America back to the negotiating table, and explains how recent talks with the Iranian regime in Kazakhstan have once again finished with the Iranians coming out on top.
Tags: Uncategorized · Jon Perdue · Fred Fleitz
February 28th, 2013 · Comments Off
Due to technical difficulties, we unfortunately can't upload the Secure Freedom Radio show on podbean today, but you can still listen to it at our main site here: Center for Security Policy.
REP. DANA ROHRABACHER (R-CA), on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, reports on his recent diplomatic trip to Asia, and brings to light the plight of Dr. Shakil Afridi who, after playing an essential role in helping U.S. forces find Osama bin Laden, has been languishing in Pakistani prison, abandoned by the country that he aided.
AEI Co-Director of the Marilyn Ware Center for Security Studies, TOM DONNELLY details Al Qaeda 2.0, how the terrorist organization is far from dead, but morphing and growing to new regions, and explains how a lack of bi-partisanship in Washington has led to tomorrow's pending budget cuts.
ROGER NORIEGA, the founder of interamericansecuritywatch.com, reports on Chavez's return to Venezuela, the communist regime in Cuba, and finally on Hatian President Martelly's request to stop financial aid to Haiti.
From lignet.com, FRED FLEITZ reveals the inside scoop on Pope Benedict XVI's resignation, and analyzes how nuclear talks with Iran in Kazakhstan are only buying time for the Iranian regime to further develop its nuclear program.
Tags: Uncategorized · Roger Noriega · Fred Fleitz
February 22nd, 2013 · Comments Off
With Fred Grandy, Yoram Ettinger, Fred Fleitz, Bill Gertz.
FRED GRANDY, former Congressman from Iowa, predicts that unless a shocking revelation about Hagel's political or personal life comes to light within the next few days, Chuck Hagel will be confirmed as the new Secretary of Defense.
Shortly before Obama's trip to Israel, YORAM ETTINGER of the Ariel Center offers his hopes that this time Obama will not mistakenly equate a solution to the Israel-Palestine dispute with a solution for peace throughout the entire region.
FRED FLEITZ of lignet.com offers the breaking news that Iran may have enough enriched uranium for up to eight nuclear bombs.
BILL GERTZ of the Washington Times talks with Frank about Obama's soon-to-be-announced push for unilateral disarmament of the United States' nuclear force by up to a third--even as Russia and China both increase their own stockpiles.
Tags: Uncategorized · Bill Gertz · Yoram Ettinger · Fred Grandy · Fred Fleitz
February 14th, 2013 · Comments Off
With Fred Fleitz, Reza Khalili, Riki Ellison, and Dan Goure.
FRED FLEITZ of Lignet.com, discusses the newly-surfaced Chuck Hagel speech in which he is said to have claimed that the "State Department is controlled by the Israelis."
REZA KHALILI, a former CIA agent in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, talks about the relationship between Iran and North Korea, and how they are working together on nuclear technology.
RIKI ELLISON, founder of the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance, explains the implications of the successful "launch on remote" targeting of a missile using Space Tracking Surveillance System-Demonstrators (STSS-D) satellites.
DAN GOURE, vice president of the Lexington Institute, discusses the way in which various government agencies are accepting the inevitable and finally beginning to prepare for sequestration.
Tags: Uncategorized · Dan Goure · riki ellison · Fred Fleitz · Reza Khalili
January 31st, 2013 · Comments Off
CAROLINE GLICK, of The Jerusalem Post, reports on a recent Israeli air-strike near the Syria/Lebanon border, exposes how the Obama administration unsuccessfully meddled in the Israeli election, and wonders why America would willingly arm its potential enemies in Egypt.
BILL ROGGIO, from the longwarjournal.com, offers his gloom prediction of what will happen if the United States military leaves only a token force behind in Afghanistan. Namely, territory that Americans fought and died for will be swiftly retaken by Al Qaeda. The small number of remaining American soldiers will also be a constant target for jihadist attacks, yet unable to adequately defend themselves.
FRED FLEITZ, managing editor of Lignet, predicts what form retaliation from Syria and Iran for Israeli's air-strike will take, and explains Al Qaeda 3.0, the new more-mobile and adaptive form of Al Qaeda operating all over the world.
JIM HANSON, from blakfive.net, takes a more optimistic view on pending budget cuts for defense organizations, and hopes that Americans will rally behind their second amendment right to bear arms.
Tags: Uncategorized · Jim Hanson · Caroline Glick · Bill Roggio · Fred Fleitz