Entries Tagged as 'Roger Noriega'
April 3rd, 2014 ·
ROSEMARY JENKS, of NumbersUSA, speaks on the comprehensive
immigration reform debate within the GOP, as well as the hidden offers
of amnesty to illegal aliens in the National Defense Authorization Act.
ROGER NORIEGA, former US Ambassador to the Organization of American
States, examines the brutality of the Venezuelan government. Noriega
projects that the Venezuelan military is unlikely to stand up against
the government for fear of further dirtying its hands.
Michael Morell, former Acting Director of the CIA, testified before
the House Select Committee on Intelligence yesterday on the official
Benghazi talking points. FRED FLEITZ, senior fellow at the Center for
Security Policy, makes the case that Morell personally prompted the
politicization of those talking points. CHARLES FADDIS, former director
of the CIA’s WMD terrorism unit, questions why evidence suggesting the
Benghazi attack was a terror incident was ignored in favor of a
“spontaneous mob” narrative.
Tags: Rosemary Jenks · Roger Noriega · Fred Fleitz
March 20th, 2014 ·
Former Congressman PETE HOEKSTRA offers his perspective on the Russian annexation of Crimea, and Senator Dianne Feinstein's allegations against the CIA.
ROGER NORIEGA, former US Ambassador to the Organization of American States, discusses the protests in Venezuela. He argues that the United States is not taking appropriate actions against President Nicolas Maduro in order to curb the rising violence the country is experiencing.
BILL ROGGIO, of the Long War Journal, analyses the jihadist threat against the US and Russia, specifically looking at the Immigrants' Army, a prominent multi-national Jihadist group inside Syria.
FRED FLEITZ, senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy, discusses Putin's aggressive stance on Ukraine and a potential for continued geo-strategic expansion. He also addresses how Russian retaliation to U.S./NATO sanctions could affect the P5+1 nuclear talks with Iran.
Tags: Bill Roggio · Roger Noriega · Congressman Pete Hoekstra · Fred Fleitz
January 31st, 2014 ·
Ret. Admiral BOB MONROE, shares his expertise on the U.S. nuclear program and how its ongoing deterioration is jeopardizing the future of the United States.
DANIEL GOURE, of the Lexington Institute, assesses the United State’s nuclear program and brings to light the implications of the administration’s domestic and international nuclear policies.
BILL GERTZ, reporter for the Washington Free Beacon and the Washington Times, covers two Congressional hearings from this past week. One, a briefing by intelligence leaders that pronounced that cyber attacks are a bigger threat to the United States than terrorism, and the other a briefing that focused on the space threat China poses to the US.
ROGER NORIEGA, a former US ambassador to the Organization of American States, puts forward his argument that narco-terrorist states have replaced communism as the primary threat to democracy in 21st century Latin America.
Tags: Bill Gertz · Roger Noriega · Daniel Goure
September 20th, 2013 ·
JOHN BOLTON, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, explains the "charm offensive" taken recently by Iran, and the continues and developing danger involving Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
DAVID WEINBERG, a senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, explains Saudi Arabia's policy towards Syria, and Muslim Brotherhood "rebel" forces in Syria, Qatar, and the Middle East as a whole.
STEVE GROVES, of the Heritage Foundation, expresses that U.S. interests, and not the dictates of the United Nations, should be guiding American policy towards Syria.
ROGER NORIEGA, former US Ambassador to the Organization of American States, sizes up the imminent danger that Iran poses with its intricate network of terrorists set up in Latin America, all with the goal of damaging the U.S.
Tags: Uncategorized · John Bolton · Roger Noriega · David Weinberg
September 6th, 2013 ·
PATRICK SOOKHDEO, of the Westminster Institute,
BILL GERTZ, the senior editor of the Washington Free Beacon, evaluates the possible Syrian strike plan and the retaliation ramifications expected, as well as the potential impact that defense cuts will have on the U.S. military's ability.
ROGER NORIEGA, of the Inter American Watch and American Enterprise Institute, sheds light on Iran and Hezbollah in the western hemisphere with the support of powerful individuals in Venezuela and what this could mean for the US.
Tags: Bill Gertz · Roger Noriega
August 20th, 2013 ·
Former Senator and author of new book Gridlock , BYRON DORGAN, investigates the infrastructure vulnerabilities the United States faces with the growing EMP threat.
ROGER NORIEGA, of Inter American Watch and American Enterprise Institute, looks south of the border at the recent Gulf Cartel arrest in Mexico, Iran's presence in the region, and the rising distress in Brazil and Columbia.
ANDY MCCARTHY, of National Review Online, analyzes some of the issues and hurdles Egypt is facing currently in their quest for stability and ultimately democracy.
NINA SHEA, director of the Center for Religious Freedom at the Hudson Institute, examines the persecution of the Christians and other minorities throughout the Middle East, from the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt to the Islamist rebels in Syria.
Tags: Andy McCarthy · Roger Noriega · Nina Shea · Byron Dorgan
August 13th, 2013 ·
Representative ANDREA BOLAND reflects on the efforts she has made to protect her native state Maine and the the rest of the country from growing EMP threats.
ROGER NORIEGA, of American Enterprise and Inter-American Security Watch, looks south of the border at the upcoming visits of John Kerry to Brazil and Colombia, power loss for President Fernandez of Argentina, and Mexico's war against narcotic drug king pins.
STEVEN BUCCI, US Colonel and Director of the Allison Center at the Heritage Foundation, examines US relationship with Russia, US Military budget cuts, sexual assaults in the military, and the threat of an EMP strike.
GORDON CHANG, of Forbes.com, addresses the conflicting reports on the growth of the Chinese economy, as well as looks into the relationship between North Korea and Cuba.
Tags: Gordon Chang · Roger Noriega
August 6th, 2013 ·
ANDY McCARTHY, former federal prosecutor, discusses the start of the Nidal Hasan trial, as well as the situation in Egypt and the Islamist influences that still exist in the country.
CLIFFORD MAY, of the Foundation For Defense Of Democracies, gives a deeper analysis of the current threat posed by Al-Qaeda in the wake of a mass closure of US embassies and dispels the Obama administration's past suggestions that the core of Al-Qaeda had been diminished enough to not be a viable threat.
ROGER NORIEGA, of American Enterprise Institute, examines the political opposition in Venezuela and the status of the Maduro's government. Roger also examines Iran's presence in the Americas and the situation in Cuba with the resurgence of a Russian alliance.
CLARE LOPEZ, of Clarion Project.org, dissects the Iranian lobby in the United States and how the new Iranian President is anything from being moderate.
Tags: Andy McCarthy · Clare Lopez · Roger Noriega · Cliff May
July 29th, 2013 ·
Dr. ZUDHI JASSER, of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy, gages the crisis in Egypt and how the violence occurring now against members of the Muslim Brotherhood is actually fueling their cause and legitimatizing them further in the country. Dr. Jasser also probes deeper into the dangers of the White House keeping company with radical Islamists and people who have known ties to radical apparatuses, like Huma Abedin.
CARINA TERTSAKIAN, senior researcher in Human Rights Watch's Africa division, digs deeper into the background of the M23 Rebels in the Democratic Republic of Congo, as well as sheds light on the atrocities that are occurring in the DRC and what, if anything, is being done to help the region.
GORDON CHANG, of Forbes.com, gives his insight on several different important issues critical to national security, including EMPs, where the U.S. stands with North Korea and the upcoming trip of Jimmy Carter to North Korea to negotiate the release of American Kenneth Bay, and what impact this visit could have.
ROGER NORIEGA, of InterAmerican Security Watch, examines the threats from the south of border-- namely, the North Korean vessel stopped in Panama containing missiles.
Tags: Gordon Chang · Roger Noriega · Zuhdi Jasser
July 10th, 2013 ·
MARK KRIKORIAN, of the Center of Immigration Studies, examines the up coming Immigration Reform bill discussion, looking closely at the Republicans' likelihood of defeating the bill and John Boehner's personal affiliation with the bill. Frank and Mark discuss Bill Kristol and Rich Lowry's recent immigration article, "Kill the Bill".
ROGER NORIEGA, of the American Enterprise Institute, looks at the decline of US supremacy, something that the United States used to enjoy in world affairs, while also looking to the future of Iran in Latin America and what the United States could do to counter this threat and make it obsolete.
LARRY WORTZEL, Commissioner of the U.S.- China Economic and Security Commission and former US military attache to China, discusses his new book The Dragon Extends it Reach: Chinese Military Power Goes Global. Frank and Larry also discuss Chinese Space endeavors, Chinese cyberwarfare, and Chinese nuclear capabilities.
Ambassador DORE GOLD analyzes the threats that Israel faces currently with the region's instability, as well as gives his outlook on the steps Israel and the United States need to take in order to prevent a worst-case scenario in the region.
Tags: Mark Krikorian · Roger Noriega