Entries Tagged as 'Matt Brodsky'
July 16th, 2013 ·
Senator JIM INHOFE analyzes the impact sequestration and growing anti-defense rhetoric within the government is having on the military and other defense programs, specifically the missile defense program.
MATT BRODSKY, of the Jewish Policy Center, takes stock of several issues in the Middle East, including the significance of the Israeli Prime Minister's speech over the weekend, the problem with implementing democracy in Egypt, as well as the growing fear of Iranian actions in the region and the weakened stance the Obama administration is taking towards this threat.
ANDY MCCARTHY, former Federal Prosecutor, delves deeper into the Department of Justice's plan and desire to charge George Zimmerman with a civil rights crime and tackles the legal implications this could have.
DIANA WEST, author of American Betrayal, examines Huma Abedin's connection to terrorist networks and her current run for first lady of New York. Frank and Diana discuss the government's policy to cover up Saudi terrorist behavior and the actions of Sen. Bob Graham and reporters to remove this cover up.
Tags: Andy McCarthy · Diana West · Matt Brodsky
June 3rd, 2013 ·
MICHAEL O’HANLON, of Brookings Institute, talks his new book “Healing the Wounded Giant”, sexual assaults within the military, and maintaining military preeminence while cutting the defense budget.
MATTHEW BRODSKY, of the Jewish Policy Center, discusses the opposition in Turkey towards Islamic Agenda, relations between Turkey and Syria, and the resurgence of Bashar Assad.
PETER PRY, President of EMPACT America, talks with Frank about the dangers of EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse) to national security and discusses how the US is not ready to confront nor is it equipped to a handle an EMP attack on any scale large or small.
GORDON CHANG, of Forbes.com, analyzes aggressive Chinese land and sea policies, the Chinese President, and the Chinese hacking of American technology.
Tags: Uncategorized · Gordon Chang · Matt Brodsky · Michael O'Hanlon
May 30th, 2012 ·
o Former Special Forces operator JIM HANSON gives his take on Obama announcing the last US offensive in Afghanistan and what that means to our allies and enemies. He also talks about the defense cuts and how the US is buying faulty military technology from China.
Senator Threatens To Cut Off All Aid To Pakistan
o REP. MIKE TURNER discusses Obama disarming the US while making secret deals with our enemies.
Turner to POTUS: Share Your Draft Agreements of Secret Deals with Russia
o MATT BRODSKY of the Jewish Policy Center talks about the Syrian civil war, which is causing new terrorist organizations to form as well as Obama outsourcing foreign policy.
‘Jihad Central’ in Syria
o Asian analyst GORDON CHANG looks at Secretary Panetta’s trip to Asia and if America’s allies really believe what he has to say. Also, can the US protect its friends while cutting the defense budget? Investors are hesitant to put their money into China considering the economic strife, what is the future of the Red Dragon?
China’s Revolutionary Thinking on Private Capital
Tags: Uncategorized · Gordon Chang · Jim Hanson · Rep. Mike Turner · Matt Brodsky
November 16th, 2011 ·
Former House member Fred Grandy, addresses a breaking story in which the valuable U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedoms will be forced to close its doors by the end of the week if Richard Durbin, the number two Democrat in the Senate, succeeds in holding-up reauthorization of the commission’s budget. Grandy believes Durbin’s motivation for this could either be his own parochial interests or Durbin answering to a higher authority- the Obama administration or the radical Organization of Islamic Cooperation. Either way this presents an issue area in which the Democrats should apply the transparency that they always preach.
Matt Brodsky of the Jewish Policy Center gives his overview of the situation in Syria. Syria has acted with Iran to oppose the United States therefore the U.S. needs to take the lead in undermining the regime and helping to establish a democratic government that will work with the U.S. to oppose Iran’s nefarious activities within the region. If Bashar Assad is removed from power, who would take his place? Can America have confidence in a new Syrian government to help oppose Iran? America cannot allow Turkey to influence a future Syria because they are becoming more Islamist and could help push the Muslim Brotherhood into power.
Is Turkey headed down the same Islamist path as Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya? Congressman Dan Burton (R-IN) explains why it would be tragic if Turkey were to be lost to Islamist rule, seeing as how some countries in the Middle East are currently moving towards radicalization and Sharia law. The Congressman also discusses President Obama’s cancellation of the U.S. missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic. Instead, the Obama administration has proposed a sea-based missile defense system in Eurasia.
Tags: Uncategorized · Matt Brodsky · Fred Grandy
January 13th, 2011 ·
Today on Secure Freedom Radio with Frank Gaffney, Frank and Matt Brodsky, of the Jewish Policy Center, discuss Lebanon and its' collapsed government and Syria interested in picking up the pieces on its' own behalf and Iran. Next, Frank and Michael Pillsbury discuss Secretary Gate's trip to Beijing. Finally, Frank and Peter Schweizer discuss his new book and how "well intentioned social engineering has weakened our economy" and how it has increased the danger posed by our enemies.
Tags: Uncategorized · Peter Schweizer · Matt Brodsky · Michael Pillsbury
January 3rd, 2011 ·
Today, Center for Security Policy Senior Fellow, Clare Lopez joins Frank to discuss what the CIA really knew about the Iranian nuke program before the infamous 2007 National Intelligence Estimate. Then Matt Brodsky from the Jewish Policy Center updates us on Syria's dangerous behavior. Next, Ralph Peters weighs in on Muslim violence against African Christians. Finally, Gordon Chang of Forbes.com explains how the Chinese plan to make their currency replace the dollar.
Tags: Uncategorized · Gordon Chang · Ralph Peters · Clare Lopez · Matt Brodsky