Entries Tagged as 'Robert Muise'
April 26th, 2012 · Comments Off
MICHELLE VAN CLEAVE
· Michelle joins Frank to discuss her recent piece in the Wall Street Journal about Russian spies as well as comments made by Vice President Joe Biden to Mitt Romney in respect to the same.
· The Russian intelligence presence in the United States is as extensive and high in numbers as it was during the height of the Cold War. The last arrest made in connection to Russian spying was made in 2001. Is the administration closing its eyes to the Russian intelligence presence in the country?
· Eric points out that this is not a war on terror, terrorism is only a tactic motivated by Islamist ideology. The most dangerous of all the jihads is the civilization jihad and the masters of which are the Muslim Brotherhood.
· Muslim Brotherhood operatives are penetrating and influencing the United States government. Why does the government seem clueless?
· An expert in Constitutional law and a Marine by background examines the hearing on the Arizona law. Arizona can and is doing whatever it can under the Constitution to protect the people in the state. Is this a Constitutional crisis?
· U.S. government’s ownership of AIG, a company that is the world’s largest purveyor of Sharia compliant insurance products raises the question of who is influencing who. Is this becoming a part of a pattern of extra constitutional behavior? Muise points out that the current administration is taking actions that are so contrary to the Constitution.
· A visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, shares his opinion about the Arizona law and the current hearing. Noriega points out that our immigration system has not kept up with the economic side of things hence the problem has deteriorated over time.
· Will the sympathy for illegal immigrants outweigh the need for securing the border and the society?
Tags: Uncategorized · Roger Noriega · Robert Muise · Eric Stackelbeck · Michelle VanCleave
April 20th, 2012 · Comments Off
· Center for Security Policy Executive Vice President Talks regarding the release of Lars Hedegaard, Danish journalist convicted for presumed hate speech against Islam, and the victory this represents for the free world.
· As well he discuss the American workers hostage condition in Egypt and Senator Rand Paul's Initiative to end AID to this country until the Egyptian Government clears out any kind of doubt that Americans are not been hold against their will.
· He also approaches Venezuela’s situation on President Chavez unknown future on his cancer battle.
· And Ex-Judge Aponte Aponte, expected to provide the DEA with the names of high-level suspects in the cocaine trade, Chavez government and it’s military.
Congressman Paul Gosar
· Congressman Paul Gosar, Representative from Arizona’s First Congressional District, unfolds the decision and especially the right of Israel to defend itself from any threat from Iran, with special concern on the nuclear program Iran is developing.
· Robert Muise, a former Marine officer, expert in Constitutional law, and founder of the American freedom Law Center, joins us to explain the lawsuit between Kevin Murray and the U.S. government.
· Kevin Murray is a former combat Marine who served in Iraq, which alleges that the U.S. government’s takeover and financial bailout of AIG was a violation of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.
· And the AIG connections to Sharia and the economical implementations of their actions against Murray’s civil rights.
· Bill Gertz, Washington Times National Security editor, comments on the North Korea Missile failed launch; explaining that even though the launch failed, this must be a wakening call to the U.S. on the north Korean threat and their support from China, and the several U.N. violations from both countries.
Tags: Bill Gertz · Fred Grandy · Robert Muise · Rep. Paul Gosar
April 4th, 2012 · Comments Off
1st Lieutenant Joshua Waddell (USMC) was given an unsatisfactory fitness report because he followed orders and went after a known terrorist. The military feels that civilians could have been harmed in the operation to capture this terrorist and therefore Lt. Waddell should not have pursued the man, yet this man planted IEDs throughout Afghanistan with no regard for civilian life. Sara Carter explains how the Rules of Engagement are increasingly being set by our enemies instead of our military leadership. Congress is now working on the Waddell Bill which would establish a three person review board, in country, to review these cases before they end up in a soldiers file and thereby ruining careers. Since when is it wrong to go after terrorists?
The Arab Spring is becoming less about democracy and freedom and more about radical Islam coming to power. KT McFarland elaborates on the notion that countries in which the US played an active role after their revolution, were more likely to become democratic and proper. Should the US push for a greater role in the future of countries like Egypt?
The New York City MTA allowed a pro-Palestinian ad, which denounces Israel, to be publically displayed in the NYC subway system yet they denied a pro-Israeli ad which they deemed as demeaning. Promoting jihad is acceptable, but promoting democracy is demeaning? Robert Muise is helping to sue the NYC MTA over violation of first amendment rights because he feels the MTA made gave this ad a public forum and therefore must also provide a public forum for an opposing advertisement. Is this another form of the stealth jihad?
The current congressional representative of Maryland’s 8th district has some questionable ties to Tehran and the Iranian regime. Ken Timmerman will be trying to take incumbent Chris Van Hollen’s seat in the 8th congressional district this November because he is tired of seeing Iranian lobbyists influencing member of Congress. What has Chris Van Hollen done in support of Iran?
Tags: Uncategorized · Sara Carter · Ken Timmerman · KT McFarland · Robert Muise