Has traditional warfare that countries have been waging for thousands of years become obsolete in the face of the internet revolution? Instead of machine guns, combat vehicles, and enemy troops, our greatest threat now comes from malicious software designed to infiltrate our economic and defense networks. Shaun Waterman, an award-winning reporter for the Washington Times, joins Frank to discuss how these advance persistent threats, or malware, are being implemented by foreign intelligence services to steal valuable weapons systems from the US Department of Defense. Then, Secure Freedom Radio’s regular guest, Andy McCarthy shares with Frank his misgivings about the impact that Sharia apologists will have on the security of the United States. He also educates us on the severe consequences of the early release of top Muslim Brotherhood operative, Abdurahman Alamoudi. Although the military is considered one of the most respected institutions in today’s War on Terror, many troops are facing low moral due to the current budget cuts initiative forcing the best of the best out of our military. Congressman Mike Coffman of Colorado’s 6th district, a former combatant in Operation Desert Storm, examines these issues and the other challenges the troops are facing due to the economic downturn. In the last segment, Gordon Chang talks to Frank about the recent visit by the Dalia Lama to the White House and the lack of true religious freedom in Communist China. Additionally, he discusses his fears of what an “All Weather Friendship” between China and Pakistan will mean for the United States.
Entries Tagged as 'Representative Mike Coffman'
July 19th, 2011 · Comments