Entries Tagged as 'Mark Krikorian'
June 18th, 2014 ·
MARK KRIKORIAN, Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies, features in a special-one hour interview about the national security impact of the influx of illegal immigrants entering the United States along the southern border.
- Who are the illegal aliens pouring into the United States? About 1/3 of illegal aliens crossing into the U.S. via the Mexico-Texas border are "unaccompanied minors." This catch-all term includes young men claiming to be 16 or 17 years old, many of whom have known gang connections
- Impact on public safety the mass of illegal immigrants is causing, especially in regards to the health of border communities
- Understanding how the combination of downgraded enforcement, the DREAM Act, and the government's policy of delivering unaccompanied minors to relatives already in the US—no questions asked—has contributed to this "invasion"
- Evaluating the current degree of security at the Mexico-US border and the condition of the Border Patrol agents—a group of law enforcement officers that number less than the NYPD force and are charged with protecting every American border
- Ways in which the use of prosecutorial discretion to downgrade illegal immigration to a "secondary offense" is transforming America
- Critique of the refugee industry racket
- Reflections on the defeat of the "Texas Reform" in the new Texas GOP platform, and Eric Cantor's loss
- How much does a Republican win in 2016 hinge on a GOP change on amnesty?
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December 6th, 2013 ·
MARK KRIKORIAN, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, joins Frank for a special one hour show to give a comprehensive analysis of the security problems rising from inadequate border protection. Krikorian covers issues ranging from national security threats posed by illegal immigration to the current status of comprehensive immigration reform.
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August 16th, 2013 ·
With Raymond Stock, Roger Robinson, Mark Krikorian, Luis Fleischman
RAYMOND STOCK, of the Middle East Forum, examines the battle in Egypt as well as the possibility that Egypt will turn to Russia for support.
Former Senior Director of International Economic Affairs under the Regan Administration, ROGER W. ROBINSON and Frank, pay tribute to the late Judge William P. Clark and reflect back on the late Judge's accomplishments during the Cold War.
MARK KRIKORIAN, of the Center for Immigration Studies, examines the immigration bill.
LUIS FLEISCHMAN, of the Menges Hemispheric Security Project, discusses his book in light of a Chavez Latin America and John Kerry's recent visit to Brazil and Colombia.
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July 10th, 2013 ·
MARK KRIKORIAN, of the Center of Immigration Studies, examines the up coming Immigration Reform bill discussion, looking closely at the Republicans' likelihood of defeating the bill and John Boehner's personal affiliation with the bill. Frank and Mark discuss Bill Kristol and Rich Lowry's recent immigration article, "Kill the Bill".
ROGER NORIEGA, of the American Enterprise Institute, looks at the decline of US supremacy, something that the United States used to enjoy in world affairs, while also looking to the future of Iran in Latin America and what the United States could do to counter this threat and make it obsolete.
LARRY WORTZEL, Commissioner of the U.S.- China Economic and Security Commission and former US military attache to China, discusses his new book The Dragon Extends it Reach: Chinese Military Power Goes Global. Frank and Larry also discuss Chinese Space endeavors, Chinese cyberwarfare, and Chinese nuclear capabilities.
Ambassador DORE GOLD analyzes the threats that Israel faces currently with the region's instability, as well as gives his outlook on the steps Israel and the United States need to take in order to prevent a worst-case scenario in the region.
Tags: Mark Krikorian · Roger Noriega
June 26th, 2013 ·
KRIKORIAN, of the Center for Immigration Studies, pin points some of
the issues wrong with the immigration bill now waiting to be passed as
well as gives a brief overview of some of the changes this bill has
outlined for immigration.
ROGER NORIEGA, of Inter-American
Security Watch, gives a recap of some of this week's breaking
developments in Latin America including the possibility of Ecuador
granting Snowden amnesty, immigration and the new Iranian president's
relationship with Cuba.
BARRY RUBIN, of the Gloria Center, digs
deeper into the significance of Shiek Abdullah Bin Bayyah's recent visit
to the White House and examines the prospect that the Obama
Administration has allied with radical Islamists, an alliance that he
has coined "the Obama Doctrine."
MICHAEL BASTASCH, of the Daily
Caller, examines President Obama’s recent speech on the War on Coal,
looking closely at the affects, the justification, and whether or not
this plan can be brought to the world stage.
Tags: Mark Krikorian · Roger Noriega · Barry Rubin
April 23rd, 2013 ·
MARK KRIKORIAN of the Center for Immigration Studies recaps the testimony he provided yesterday to the Senate Judiciary Committee on the similarities between the new Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill and the amnesty granted to illegal immigrants in 1984.
Former CIA analyst Dr. SUE MI TERRY discusses the mutually dependent relationship between North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un and the country’s military, and predicts that if a power struggle was taking place at the moment, the international community likely wouldn’t know until it was long over.
Former U.S. Attorney ANDY McCARTHY and former CIA officer, Russia expert, and Incubus author, MICHAEL DAVIDSON address the Boston Marathon bombing investigation.
Tags: Uncategorized · Andy McCarthy · Mark Krikorian · Michael Davidson · Dr. Sue Mi Terry
April 9th, 2013 ·
Professor PAUL KENGOR of Grove City College reflects on the life and legacy of Margaret Thatcher, and why her combined foreign and domestic accomplishments arguably made her the greatest Prime Minister of Great Britain in the 20th century.
As the Senate’s “Gang of Eight” reportedly nears a deal on immigration reform, the Center for Immigration Studies’ MARK KRIKORIAN describes how the UK Labour Party used immigration in the 2000s as a means to get payback against Margaret Thatcher’s scaling back of socialism in Great Britain.
Former federal prosecutor ANDY McCARTHY discusses the legal quandaries that will arrive with trying terrorists, such as Osama Bin Laden’s son-in-law, in U.S. criminal courts.
Dr. PETER PRY, executive director of the Taskforce on National and Homeland Security, talks about the likelihood of North Korea choosing to—and succeeding in—launching an EMP attack.
Tags: Uncategorized · Andy McCarthy · Mark Krikorian · Paul Kengor · Peter Pry
March 14th, 2013 ·
With Ann-Marie Murell, Mark Krikorian, Alice Linahan, and Rep. Lamar Smith.
National Director and Editor in Chief of Politichicks.com, ANN-MURIE MURRELL discusses the silencing of leading counter-terrorism experts at CPAC.
Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies, MARK KRIKORIAN explains the pending immigration legislation in the Senate and predicts the consequences of granting amnesty to the 11 million illegal immigrants already in America.
ALICE LINAHAN, founder of Voices Empower and Womenonthewall.org, exposes the cheap tricks the administration uses to implement political and ideological material into the backdoor of the school system.
REP. LAMAR SMITH, from Texas's 21st District, analyzes the failure of the Obama administration to uphold the law in regards to immigration policy and what is being done in the military to prevent and defend against cyber attacks.
Tags: Uncategorized · Mark Krikorian
February 7th, 2013 ·
Congressman MIKE TURNER of Ohio explains the effects that Chuck Hagel's policies advocating the reduction of America's nuclear arsenal would have on America's safety and security were he to be nominated for Secretary of Defense.
Former Ambassador to the OAS, ROGER NORIEGA, covers a litany of intrigue in the Americas including the Mexican struggle against the cartels, Chinese economic influence in Latin America, and Iranian Venezuelan money laundering.
MARK KRIKORIAN expresses his fear that Republicans, who see a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants as being too rewarding, will be tricked into reaching a middle ground of giving them permanent worker status.
FRED FLEITZ, managing editor of LIGNET, predicts that despite rumors to the contrary, Egypt will not try to get a nuclear program with Iran's help any time soon because it is so dependent on international aid.
Tags: Uncategorized · Rep. Mike Turner · Mark Krikorian · Roger Noriega
December 14th, 2012 ·
FRED GRANDY of the Center for Security Policy discusses the likely nominations of John Kerry as Secretary of State and Chuck Hagel as Secretary of Defense, as well as the upcoming referendum on the new Egyptian constitution.
CLAUDIA ROSETT, writer at Pajamas Media and Forbes.com, talks about Susan Rice's shortcomings as the United States' ambassador to the UN, and in particular the failure to block the vote that upgraded the status of the Palestinian Authority. Rosett also explains how the Obama administration's refusal to stop sending money to the UN after the vote goes against US policy established in the '90s regarding recognition of Palestine as a full member before it had a physical state.
Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies MARK KRIKORIAN analyzes what we are likely to see in the way of immigration reform. Namely, he predicts a push for renewable work visas, which he argues will create a servant class within the country akin to that of Saudi Arabia. Krikorian argues, however, that any such amnesty or quasi-amnesty must be preceded by actual enforcement of immigration laws, and a real effort made to screen out people who desire to do damage to the country.
Washington Times journalist BILL GERTZ talks with Frank about the possibility of Chuck Hagel becoming the new Secretary of Defense. Confirmation of Hagel would be especially bad considering his support of weakening the U.S.'s nuclear force, despite an international environment that shows such an action would be foolish.
Tags: Uncategorized · Claudia Rosett · Bill Gertz · Mark Krikorian · Fred Grandy