Entries Tagged as 'Uncategorized'
March 11th, 2014 ·
Congressman MARK MEADOWS, member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and Transportation & Infrastructure Committee, reacts to news that two of the passengers on a missing Malaysian airliner were using fraudulent passports, and Israel's successful capture of an Iranian ship transporting rockets to militants in the Gaza Strip last week.
MICHAEL ROWAN, columnist and political consultant, examines the failings in Venezuela's recent past that have contributed to the instability it is experiencing today.
ROGER ROBINSON, a former staff member on President Reagan's national security council, lays out a list of recommendations for pressuring Russia into backing off of Ukraine.
Professor of International relations at Boston University ANGELO CODEVILLA analyzes what the role of the US is in world politics and what, if anything, will change after President Obama's term has ended.
March 6th, 2014 ·
North Korean expert BRUCE BECHTOL is featured for the entire show to
discuss his new book, "North Korea and Regional Security in the Kim
Bechtol compares the state of North Korea under Kim
Jong-un to the reign of the late Kim Jong-il, and analyzes how closely
Jong-un is following the blueprints set by his father. Bechtol also
explains Jong-un's path to power, outlining how, out of five Kim
children, it was he who became ruler.
Later in the show, Bechtol
examines the reasons behind the purging of Jang Song Thaek, and
discusses the resulting split it has caused between North Korea and
China. Bechtol also describes the mass collaboration between the North
Korean government and transnational organized crime, articulating how
regional illicit trafficking markets have acted to benefit the North
Bechtol addresses the impact current international
sanctions are having on the citizens of North Korea and in turn on its
government. Additionally, he outlines how sanctions similar to the 2007
"Banko Delta Asia" ones could further rein in the North Korean
government by bringing down its money laundering operations.
February 28th, 2014 ·
Congressman TOM MARINO (PA-10) examines the Obama Administration's decision to weaken restrictions on immigrants who have given support to terrorism as an example of executive overreach.
ROGER NORIEGA, former Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, weighs in on the heavy influence narco-trafficking has in Latin America, and reports that Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps is helping support the Maduro government in Venezuela.
GEORGE O'CONOR, founder of Chime Media, describes China's snapping up of water resources across the globe, and its tightening control over worldwide shipping routes.
BILL GERTZ, Senior Editor at the Washington Free Beacon, provides in-depth analysis regarding the intensified status of politically shaken Ukraine and the recent Russian military exercise near Ukraine's eastern border.
February 27th, 2014 ·
US Ambassador to the UN JOHN BOLTON discusses the present state of
Ukraine and the Russian-Crimean relationship, the ease of economic
sanctions on Iran, and the Administration's continued executive
FRED FLEITZ, of Lignet.com and senior fellow at the
Center for Security Policy, provides his analysis on the Senate
Intelligence Committee's Benghazi report, the overall politicization of
intelligence, and what the news media ultimately overlooked.
YERUSHALMI, co-founder of the American Freedom Law Center, analyzes a
recent ruling on the NYPD's mapping of Muslims in the NY-NJ area in an
effort to target jihadists hiding within the civilian population. He
also examines the implications of a court decision that YouTube must
take down the controversial film "Innocence of Muslims," which was
blamed by the Obama Administration for the 9/11/12 Benghazi attack.
editor of The Long War Journal BILL ROGGIO explains the complicated,
and at times strained, relationships between Iran, Al Qaeda, and the
many Al Qaeda affiliates springing up across the globe.
February 26th, 2014 ·
Special Operations Master Sergeant JIM HANSON reacts to Secretary of
Defense Chuck Hagel's assertion that planned military cuts will mean the
US will no longer necessarily be the dominant fighting force in the
world. Hanson argues that a smaller margin of superiority—or none at
all—means that more American lives will unquestionably be lost in future
conflicts, of which he is sure there will be many.
DAVENPORT, of RWR Advisory Group, outlines the financial repercussions
and uncertainties associated with easing economic sanctions on Iran.
Congressman PETE HOEKSTRA, former chair of the House Committee on
Intelligence, details the increasing international threats that make a
scaling-back of the military ill-advised.
DIANA WEST, author of
"American Betrayal," examines the implications that proposed further
cuts to the US military will have on its naval, air, and space
superiority. Additionally, she sheds light on the recent decision to
parole former United States Army First Lieutenant Michael Behenna.
February 25th, 2014 ·
FOX News Channel’s Chief Intelligence correspondent CATHERINE
HERRIDGE details what former CIA deputy director Michael Morell knew
about the 9/11 Benghazi attack in its immediate aftermath, and how that
intelligence compared with the official talking points produced by the
ANDREW McCARTHY of National Review Online covers the continuing drip
of intelligence on the Al Qaeda threat in both Benghazi and Cairo in
September of 2012 that was well known at the time and difficult to
confuse with the now well debunked YouTube narrative pushed by the White
Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific
Affairs PETER BROOKES describes the strategic interest of Vladamir Putin
in Ukraine and the current Sino-Russian military and diplomatic
relationship with some brief historical background.
Founder and editor-in-chief of the Washington Free Beacon MATT
CONTINETTI compares the Obama Administration’s belief that the world is
now less dangerous to the foolhardy belief of the Titanic’s builders
that they had created an unsinkable ship.
February 24th, 2014 ·
Congressman DOUG LAMBORN, member of the House Armed Services Committee and representative for Colorado's 5th Congressional District, raises concerns about Russia violating the New START treaty, comments on America's growing EMP threat awareness, and discusses the invitation to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak to a special joint session of Congress.
The Middle East Forum's RAYMOND STOCK predicts what the resignation of the Egyptian government this morning means about the likelihood of an al-Sisi presidency.
GORDON CHANG, of Forbes.com, takes a look at John Kerry's recent visit to China, where the Secretary of State opted to prioritize discussions on global warming ahead of North Korean aggression.
CHRISTIAN WHITON, author of "Smart Power: Between Diplomacy and War," discusses the chaos unfolding in Ukraine and the possibility of a Polish window to the EU. He also goes over what occurred at last week's "Three Amigos" summit in North America.
February 20th, 2014 ·
NORIEGA, former US Ambassador to the Organization of American States,
analyzes the ongoing protests against the Maduro government in Venezuela
and the stakes that both sides face.
FRED FLEITZ, Center for Security Policy fellow, weighs in on Rand Paul's
class-action lawsuit against the NSA. He also details the continuing
protests in Ukraine and the possibility of a territory expansive Russian
"Soviet Union 2.0" threat.
MICHAEL RUBIN, author of the new book "Dancing With the Devil," explores
rogue regimes and the Obama Administration's interaction with them.
BILL ROGGIO, editor of the Long War Journal, analyzes the situations in
Afghanistan and Syria and how US foreign policy has failed to promote
peace and democracy in both countries.
February 19th, 2014 ·
Dr. J. Phillip "Jack" London, Executive Chairman of CACI, is the guest
for the entire show to talk about his new book, "Character: The Ultimate
Success Factor." London gives an account of the importance of character
and how it has played a role in his long career. He lists what he
considers to be the four intangibles of leadership (namely, integrity;
courage and conviction; commitment; and vision) and why he believes that
some of the current scandals affecting the United States, such as the
Snowden leaks and cheating in the nuclear forces, are evidence of a
problem with character in the country.
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February 18th, 2014 ·
Representative ILEANA ROS-LEHTINEN, Chair Emeritus of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, details the inroads Iran and North Korea are making into Latin America, particularly in alliance with the "ALBA" countries. She also covers the student protests against the Venezuelan government, and expresses displeasure that the US has not done more to stand against the Maduro regime.
DANIEL GALLINGTON, former general counsel for the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, voices concern over the administration's continued "executive action" practices as they pertain to national security policy.
ANDREW McCARTHY, former federal prosecutor, weighs in on Rand Paul's recent suit against the President and NSA over its MetaData collect program.
GEORGE WEIGEL, Distinguished Senior Fellow of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, addresses Russia's strategic play in Ukraine and how it fits into the greater Russian Geopolitical agenda.