Secure Freedom Radio recorded from Radio Row at CPAC 2014 today. PETE HEGSETH, CEO of Concerned Veterans for America; DINESH D'SOUZA, acclaimed author and filmmaker; MICHAEL RUBIN of AEI; and ROSEMARY JENKS of Numbers USA all weigh in on the shrinking role of national security in the conservative movement.
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March 7th, 2014 · Comments
August 19th, 2013 · Comments
JOHN BOLTON, former US Ambassador to the UN and senior fellow at American Enterprise Institute, explains why the US government should back the Egyptian military and oust the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as how the NSA audit is not proof that the NSA is abusing American citizen's rights.
ROSEMARY JENKS, of NumbersUSA, takes a deeper look into the issue of immigration and what comprehensive immigration reform would mean for the country.
GORDON CHANG, of Forbes, examines "China's dream"and how it wishes to be dominant once again, the Chinese military and its aggressive actions, and China's secret stimulus to its economy.
GRAE STAFFORD, of the Daily Caller, investigates the technology and weapons the U.S. has been arming the Syrian rebels with and how arming these rebels could led to a dangerous situation in the future.
July 12th, 2013 · Comments
ROSEMARY JENKS of Numbers USA takes an in depth look at the immigration reform bill currently within the House. She examines John Boehner’s intentions and connection to the bill, as well as President Obama’s involvement and what the success of the bill will mean for the Republican party and the American public in general.
REGGIE LITTLE JOHN of Women's Rights Without Frontiers explores the implications of the one child policy in China, including the impact the gender imbalance and resulting surplus of single men can possibly have in the international arena and the domestic issues that it causes for China.
FRED GRANDY, of the Center for Security Policy and former US Congressman from Iowa, highlights a variety of national security issues currently in the spotlight, including the immigration bill, the nomination of Samantha Power, and the current chaos and shift in Egypt.
BILL GERTZ of the Washington Free Beacon gives an update on the Edward Snowden affair and how Russia is capitalizing on the situation to further constrict freedoms in the country, as well as looks at Chinese nuclear proliferation and how this poses a very large problem for the United States.
April 19th, 2013 · Comments
CHRIS FARRELL, Director of Research and Investigation at Judicial Watch, goes over the recent violent history of Chechnya after the fact that the Boston explosion suspects are Chechen came to light.
ROSEMARY JENKS of Numbers USA discusses what can be expected to come of today’s hearing on the Gang of Eight’s proposed immigration reform bill, and why the bill will hurt US national security efforts.
Independent Women’s Forum’s GAYLE TROTTER argues for why gun restrictions hurt women.
BILL GERTZ of the Washington Times and the Washington Free Beacon examines the emerging facts about the Boston suspects, and what they likely point to in terms of the suspects’ motives.
April 11th, 2013 · Comments
Can any meaningful progress be interpreted from Secretary Kerry’s new efforts in the Middle East peace process? Dr. BARRY RUBIN cuts through the nuances and measures the U.S. role in the region according to realistic metrics.
Hoover Institution Research Fellow TOD LINDBERG discusses the polarizing figure that was Margaret Thatcher, a woman both loved and hated by the citizens of Great Britain.
ROSEMARY JENKS of Numbers USA details the fiscal crisis the US will face if millions of illegal immigrants are granted legal status, immediately making them eligible for Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid benefits.
Across the board strategy concerning U.S. nuclear posture including arms control, nuclear modernization, and missile defense has great consequence in how the U.S. relates to other great powers in terms of creating global stability. Former CIA analyst and senior writer for Langley Intelligence Group Network, JACK CARAVELLI, breaks down where the current administration has taken us in our ability to deter aggression for ourselves and our allies, calculating for the ideological faith in a Zero Nuke world guiding their policy.
March 15th, 2013 · Comments
Broadcasting from CPAC:
Frank is Joined by Rosemary Jenks, Fred Grandy, Bill Gertz, and Rick Santorum.
January 30th, 2013 · Comments
ROSEMARY JENKS, the director of government relations of Numbers USA, explains the new "Amnesty 2.0" immigration bill, showing that, "this isn't actually a plan; it's s wish-list for interest groups", and condemning Republican folly that this bill will help them gain the Hispanic vote.
BARRY RUBIN, director of the GLORIA Center, speculates whether or not the Egyptian military will support the supposedly "moderate" Muslim Brotherhood regime in Egypt. Rubin also discusses how the Israeli election results reveal that Israel did not elect an Obama-style government.
CHRISTIAN WHITON, the principal at DC International Advisory LLC, critiques the legacy that Hillary Clinton's supporters are trying to build for her. The successes they point to, Whiton claims, at best made no change to the status quo, and at worst were in fact utter failures.
DIANA WEST, author of The Death of the Grown-Up, reviews Hillary Clinton's Senate hearing, and wonders how the administration can ignore the clear black flag of jihad and try to convince America that Al Qaeda's threat is shrinking.
BARRY RUBIN, director of the GLORIA Center, speculates on if the Egyptian military will support the supposedly "moderate" Muslim Brotherhood regime in Egypt, and howthe Israeli election results reveals that Israel did not elect an Obama style government.
ROSEMARY JENKS, the director of government relations at numbersusa.com, explains the "Amnesty 2.0" new immigration bill showing that, "this isn't actually a plan; it's s wish-list for interest groups", and condemning Republican folly that this bill will help them gain the Hispanic vote.
DIANA WEST, from dianawest.com, reviews Hillary Clinton's Senate hearing, and wonders how the administration can misinterpret the clear black flag of jihad; while trying to convince America that Al Qaeda's threat is shrinking.
CHRISTIAN WHITON, the principal at DC International Advisory LLC,
February 17th, 2011 · Comments
Today on Frank Gaffney’s Secure Freedom Radio, Frank and Rosemary Jenks discuss what is happening on Capitol Hill in regards to border security. Then, Admiral Ace Lyons discusses the revolutions in the Middle East and the impact they may have on national security. Finally, Mike Conschafter discusses the future viability of America’s national space programs and its continued success.
December 8th, 2010 · Comments
On today's show, Dr. Dan Goure of the Lexington Institute shares the essential basis for understanding defense spending outside of Washington political speak. Then, Rosemary Jenks of Numbers USA joins Frank for a stark analysis of the Dream Act and its implications on national security. Finally, US Army Special Forces ret. Jim Hanson, military blogger of Blackfive.net and Bigpeace.com, weighs in on the President's visit to Afghanistan.
July 5th, 2010 · Comments
Frank talks about the "other" influence operation-- no, not the Russian spies caught last week; they were pikers. He makes the case for the far more dangerous penetration of this country by front groups for the Muslim Brotherhood. Then Frank welcomes the new Editor-in-Chief of BigPeace.com, author and Hoover Institution fellow Peter Schweizer to talk about the launch of this important new website. In the third segment, it's Gen. Jack Singlaub, a veteran of the Special Forces and military intelligence going back to the Second World War. Finally, Rosemary Jenks of Numbers USA stops in to discuss the Obama Administration's plans for an amnesty. Are they just looking for more Democrat voters ahead of the 2012 election?