Former head of U.S. Counterintelligence Michelle Van Cleave joins Frank to talk about the recently broken up Russian spy ring and expresses concern over the rushed effort to initiate a spy swap with Russia. Gordon Chang describes Chinese attempts to use American financial assets to pay for China’s bailout and how that could negatively affect you. Additionally, Beijing continues to protect North Korea while pressuring the United States to not host naval exercises in the Yellow Sea with South Korea – capitulating to Chinese demands would be ill-advised and send a message of weakness. Congresswoman Sue Myrick speaks out about the danger of the recently discovered presence of Hezbollah in Mexico. Homeland Security’s refusal to recognize legitimate safety issues does not bode well for our national security. Mark Krikorian from the Center for Immigration Studies elaborates more on the issue of immigration and border security, saying that President Obama’s rhetoric on comprehensive immigration reform is simply a political maneuver designed to placate his pro-amnesty base while drawing those potentially interested in the issue to his side.
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July 13th, 2010 · Comments