Entries Tagged as 'Jon Perdue'
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
October 25th, 2012 · Comments Off
With Jon Perdue
Frank spends the entire hour with JON PERDUE of The Fund for American Studies to discuss his new book, “The War of All the People: The Nexus of Latin American Radicalism and Middle Eastern Terrorism,” and current developments in Latin America. Jon explains the connection between Venezuela, Iran and Russia as well as China's growing influence within the region. He and Frank also touch on Hezbollah's activities south of the border and how they are using drug routes to enter the US.
Tags: Uncategorized · Jon Perdue
October 10th, 2012 · Comments Off
JIM HANSON stops by the show today to talk to Frank about Afghanistan and what it looks like to lose a war. He also talks about how the Benghazi consulate attack, the mistakes surrounding the disaster, and who should be held accountable for the deaths of four Americans.
Senator MIKE LEE of Utah talks with Fred Grandy about the Benghazi consulate attack. He also goes into how Republicans in Congress are trying to stop treaties that threaten the sovereignty of the United States from being signed during the lame duck period.
JON PERDUE of the Fund for American Studies discusses the reelection of Hugo Chavez, the “legitimacy” of the election, and what the consequences of Chavez remaining in office are for the United States.
BENNY SELA of DSIT Solutions stops by to talk about underwater defense. The defense of our underwater assets – including communications lines and gas and oil drilling lines – is under-appreciated. Benny Sela and the team at DSIT designs and develops underwater sonar systems to detect underwater threats ranging from mini-subs to combat divers.
Tags: Uncategorized · Jim Hanson · Jon Perdue · Senator Mike Lee · Benny Sela
September 6th, 2012 · Comments Off
JOSE RODRIGUEZ, former CIA chief, gives his analysis on the Chinese trying to buy US secrets.
Former AMBASSADOR JOHN BOLTON talks about the presidential race and the its impact on American national security.
FRED FLEITZ of LIGNET explains the Syrian situation and the role Islamists are playing in the revolution.
Latin American expert JON PERDUE discusses Iran's influence in Latin America and what that means for American interests and security.
Tags: Uncategorized · Amb. John Bolton · Jon Perdue · Fred Fleitz · Jose Rodriguez
December 6th, 2011 · Comments
Jon Perdue spends time with Frank to explain the relationship between Hugo Chavez in Venezuela and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Venezuela. The Iranian Quds Force is helping to train Venezuelan forces to prevent any dissention within Venezuela. Venezuelan military officials have claimed they will not support any new regime even if they are democratically elected. It has been reported that the IRG (Iranian Republican Guard) worked with the students that overran the British Embassy to prevent dissention within Iran. With Iran having a U.S. stealth drone, it is only a matter of time before Venezuela gets their hands on that technology. How long will it take Chavez to reverse engineer the drone? What are the implications of one of Iran’s top military officers being caught in Bolivia?
Author Stephen Hunter speaks with Frank about his new book “Soft Target.” Hard targets are heavily defended instillations whereas soft targets are civilians and instillations that are not protected such as malls. The story centers around armed terrorists taking control of a mall in America, a plotline that could very easily come to fruition. Stephen also speaks about the evolution of terrorism and how there will always be terrorists because there will always be people who are easily manipulated or bribed into committing terrorist acts. Is there any real solution to terrorism? How do we combat an enemy who is willing to die for what he believes in?
Andy McCarthy and Frank converse on the topic of submission and how the Obama Administration is enacting policy that forces American serviceman to submit to Islamic culture. The Islamists waged a domestic war for submission against America over ten years ago and are winning that war. America needs a leader that will stand up for the Constitution and American values instead of submitting to the wishes of certain communities. Andy also speaks on how the Muslim Brotherhood is creeping into Egyptian society, pushing their way into power positions in order to have a say in Egypt’s future. Finally, Andy speaks to the ridiculous allegations by Sen. Paul that American civil liberties are at risk as a result of the bill Sen. McCain and Levin. This is completely outlandish considering the bill just reinforces current law.
Tags: Uncategorized · Andy McCarthy · Jon Perdue · Stephen Hunter
March 21st, 2011 · Comments
Lt. General William “Jerry” Boykin discusses Operation Odyssey Dawn in Libya and how it needs to be a coalition fight and not just an American campaign. US Army Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (ret.) discusses the “Arab Awakening.” It started with a street vendor in Tunisia setting himself on fire which kicked off a revolt by the oppressed people of the Arab world who have had enough of their regimes. Lt. Col. Peters also discussed the international community intervening at the eleventh hour in Libya. Then, Jon Perdue of the Fund for American Studies and author of the upcoming book, “War of All the People”, discussed the president’s trip to Latin America where he tried to increase trade with Brazil and Chile. Also, the Republicans are pushing the president for a Colombian free trade agreement as well as Hugo Chavez’s summit with terrorist organizations in Caracas. Finally, Gordon Chang discusses the Japanese prognosis in the aftermath of catastrophic events. China will defend Libya and speak out against coalition bombings in order to establish good relations with the Qaddafi regime. Gordon also analyzes the Google attack by the Chinese government and how the buildup of the Chinese military will affect the 2012 presidential elections.
Tags: Uncategorized · Gordon Chang · Jon Perdue · Lt. Gen. William "Jerry" Boykin · Lt. Col. Ralph Peters
March 4th, 2011 · Comments
Today on Frank Gaffney’s Secure Freedom Radio, Frank and Congressman Frank Wolf of Virginia, discuss Pakistan’s relationship with America, the idea of sending troops to Libya and the role of the Muslim Brotherhood in the U.S. Next, Jon Perdue of The Fund for American Studies discusses the meeting between President Calderon and President Obama, border security and the relationship between Muammar al-Qaddafi and Hugo Chavez. Finally, Washington Times correspondent Bill Gertz discusses the Chinese financial threat to America and evidence that outside forces may have been behind the 2008 financial crash, along with Chinese arms control and missile threats.
Tags: Uncategorized · Bill Gertz · Jon Perdue · Congressman Frank Wolf
February 22nd, 2011 · Comments
Today on Frank Gaffney’s Secure Freedom Radio, Frank and Caroline Glick, of the Center for Security Policy, discuss Egypt, Libya and the US veto of the UN Security Council Resolution concerning Israeli settlements. Next, Jon Perdue from The Fund for American Studies discusses Hezbollah at the border and their connection to the Mexican drug cartels. Then, Congressman Michael McCaul of Texas discusses the stealth jihad against the United States. Finally, Andy McCarthy from National Review discusses the battles within the ROTC and Sharia in Afghanistan and Egypt.
Tags: Uncategorized · Andy McCarthy · Caroline Glick · Jon Perdue · Congressman Michael McCaul