TOM POPIK, founder of the Foundation for Resilient Societies, explains why the custom nature of US electrical grid technology means it could take up to a year to replace it in the event that a majority of the grid is destroyed by an EMP attack.
CLARE LOPEZ, a senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy, offers her opinion on why Iran has yet to be held accountable for its many connections to terrorism, including the 9/11 attacks and the Lockerbie bombing.
BILL GERTZ, Senior Editor at the Washington Free Beacon, reports on hacking performed by Chinese police at the People's Security University of Beijing. He also addresses China's new supersonic missile capability and how the United States Military is aiming to close the technology gap between the two.
Retired Air Force Captain SYLVIA LONGMIRE, author of the upcoming book "Border Insecurity: Why Big Money, Fences and Drones Aren't Making Us Safer," discusses the increase in violence and armed conflicts that point to an unstable security situation as the US tries to secure its borders.
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With Fred Grandy, Sylvia Longmire, Joseph Klein, and Bill Gertz
FRED GRANDY of the Center fro Security Policy discusses the infiltration of the Muslim Brotherhood into the US government and how political correctness and acts of submission must be investigated and stopped if we are to ensure America’s future
Senator John McCain stands by Hilary Clinton aide
Drug cartel expert SYLVIA LONGMIRE analyzes the recent labyrinth of drug tunnels discovered in Arizona and how Obama’s border security policy, or lack thereof, is promoting these tunnels as well as increased violence along the border.
Huge Drug Tunnel Found Near Yuma, Arizona
Journalist JOSEPH KLEIN explains how the UN is actually rewarding Iran for their terrorist activities, as well as Obama’s secret alliance with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
UN rewards Iran with top arms trade conference post
Washington Times national security editor BILL GERTZ takes us Inside the Ring and looks at North Korea’s increasing EMP capabilities as well as China’s growing aggression within the region.
Inside the Ring: North Korean EMP
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· Air Force Special Agent (Ret.) Sylvia Longmire discusses the war between the cartels and the horrific acts being perpetrated by these criminals. What is the state of Mexico and the future of the War on Drugs?
Mexican drug cartels in fight over drug route, 49 decapitated bodies found | Fox News
· Former Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Douglas Feith explains how Obama is all talk and no action because he won’t give the resources needed to solve problems that he has identified as being national security risks. Will our military be able to meet all the challenges facing the US?
Bush policies he reviled are crux of Obama's arsenal - Washington Times
· Film director Sam Fischer talks about this new movie “Memorial Day” which will air at the GI Film Festival this week.
· Former Green Berets Jim Hanson explains how Obama is ramping up covert operations in Yemen and is giving the troops more flexibility in conducting their operations through a new Executive Order. Obama is also compromising intelligence and military operations in order to garner political support.
U.S. escalates clandestine war in Yemen
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Representative Frank Wolf from Virginia explains what he saw on his most recent trip to Sudan. He visited a refugee camp 20 miles from the Sudanese border where more than 25,000 people are living with the mission of recommending policies and creating awareness to the barbaric situation the country has found itself in.
“Nearly 40,000 people have already lost their lives in the drug war south of the border and now Mexican cartels are moving their operations into the United States.” Sylvia Longmire who specializes in the War on Drugs as well as the cartels claims, “The Mexican drug war cannot be won, but is a conflict that can only managed.” This is not a war with one clear enemy therefore who can raise the white flag and call an end to the conflict? There is always be drugs and there will always be cartels or gangs that vie for more territory, money and power. There are drugs and violence in the United Sates therefore what can be done to make the violence in Mexico more manageable, to a level where people don’t fear leaving their homes or see corpses outside their children school?
The NYPD and namely Commissioner Ray Kelly are under attack for doing exactly what they are paid to do which is protect the citizens of New York City. Commissioner Kelly has worked tirelessly to investigate radical Muslim organizations that may be breeding terrorists, yet he and the NYPD are coming under fire by those very organizations and the liberal media. How can the police protect citizens and communities if they are not allowed to investigate potential threats to those very citizens and communities? Debra Burlingame gives her analysis of this sad and shocking development.
As a result of the president’s budget cuts, health care for our military veterans is increasing, while health care for the rest of the population is either being decreased or unaffected. What type of gratitude is President Obama showing our veterans and our country when he forces the men and women who have defended this country to pay more for their health care? In another story, the White House is mulling over the idea of becoming involved in the Syrian revolution. Is there an upside to American involvement and can the Obama Administration stay out of Syria? Bill Gertz gives his take on these ideas in his Inside the Ring column.
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