On today's show, Congressman Pete Hoekstra joins Frank to talk about the impact of wikileaks on sources and methods of intelligence and what we should do about Julian Assange and his team. Next, Monica Crowley discusses developments in the U.S. Senate the Constitutional responsibility to advise during the lame duck session. John Lehman follows Crowley with his take on arms control and the START Treaty. Finally, Jim Hanson joins Frank with the latest on wikileaks.
Entries Tagged as 'Rep. Pete Hoekstra'
December 1st, 2010 · Comments
November 1st, 2010 · Comments
On today’s show, New York Times best-selling author, Joel Rosenburg, joins Frank to address Iran’s nuclear weapon program and the question about whether this represents a biblical prophecy about to be fullfilled. In segment two, Rep. Pete Hoekstra discusses the latest bomb plot, manifesting itself in cargo aircraft. Steve Emerson elaborates on this topic in segment three, talking about these efforts to bring shariah to America. Finally, Gordon Chang gives us a preview of Obama’s efforts to change the subject when it somes to what promises to be a dismal performance tomorrow by his party.
August 5th, 2010 · Comments
Today on Secure Freedom Radio with Frank Gaffney, Frank begins the show in a discussion with Tim Brown. Brown a firefighter who survived the first response to 9-11 joins Frank to discuss his confrontation with the leader of CAIR, a group better known to the FBI and DOJ as the unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation terror-financing trial, and who is a supporter of the Mosque to be built 60 paces from where the World Trade Center was attacked. His first guest is Rowan Scarborough, a national security investigative reporter who will discuss the hallowing out the United States Military. Then on the show, Frank has a conversation with Rep. Pete Hoekstra, former Chairman and current ranking member of the House Select Committee on Intelligence about Iran. Specifically, they delve into the issues of the new financial sanctions enacted by congress, and the National Intelligence Estimate. Finally, show regular, Sarah Carter joins Frank to discuss the fallout and repercussion of Wikileaks in Afghanistan.
July 22nd, 2010 · Comments
Frank begins by speaking out against the Ground Zero mosque and how allowing its construction would be a travesty. Later, Congressman Pete Hoekstra starts by discussing the recently published articles in The Washington Post that divulge sensitive information to our enemies. He also weighs in on the Director of National Intelligence nominee James Clapper and what challenges he could potentially face if confirmed. Then, lawfare expert Jeremy Rabkin sheds light on attempts by the International Criminal Court to be able to define what is and is not “aggression” – something that would spell disaster in trying to fight terrorism. Finally, Diana West speaks about the Sharia in the United States, citing the approval of a mosque at Ground Zero as a testament to its infiltration.
June 30th, 2010 · Comments
Congressman Pete Hoekstra (R-MI), the Ranking Republican on the House Select Committee on Intelligence, joins Frank to give his take on the Russian Spy Ring that was recently broken up and what this means for our, “reset” relations with Russia. The Congressman also offers his views on space policy, arms control, the situation in Afghanistan, and much more. Later, Newmax’s investigative reporter Ken Timmerman joins Frank to discuss the behind-the-scenes lobbying activity in taking place in Washington. Lobbyists are out in full force promoting the damage to US/Israeli relations that resulted from the deadly Flotilla incident just a few weeks ago. Ken also discloses what he has uncovered about BP’s role and relationship with Iran and its implications. Finally, Jim Hanson will discuss Mexico and the recent assassination of the gubernatorial candidate just days before the election and what it means for our border security. Jim also weighs in on Afghanistan and discusses the war’s Rules of Engagement and the need for a civilian house cleaning to match the fresh military command overhaul.