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Jim Hanson, Claudia Rosett, Ryan Mauro, and Gordon Chang

July 25th, 2016 ·

JIM HANSON, former operator in the US Army Special Forces, Executive Vice President of the Center for Security Policy:

  • Russia’s involvement in hacking the DNC and Hillary Clinton's email servers
  • Putin’s nuclear build up and change in first-use policy
  • Attacks on US FOBs in Syria

CLAUDIA ROSETT, PJ Media and Forbes.com foreign affairs columnist:

  • Continued emboldening of Vladimir Putin
  • Russian propaganda interfering in US politics
  • Recent terror attacks in Germany
  • Need for a real plan to defeat ISIS

RYAN MAURO, national security analyst for the Clarion Project:

  • Discussion on the global jihad movement
  • What CAIR is and what they do
  • How the US government has worked with the Muslim Brotherhood
  • Tim Kaine and his involvement with Hamas supporters

GORDON CHANG, author of “The Coming Collapse of China”, blogs at World Affairs Journal:

  • Xi Jinping running into domestic troubles
  • Communist Party’s government mandate on news
  • International propaganda from Chinese media outlets
  • More threats of war following the Law of the Sea tribunal outcome
  • What security issues will be addressed at the upcoming G-20 Summit?
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Dr. Harold Rhode and Gordon Chang

July 22nd, 2016 ·

Dr. HAROLD RHODE,  Distinguished senior fellow at the Gatestone Institute, former Turkish Desk Officer at DOD:

  • Erdogan’s background
  • The coup attempt in Turkey
  • How Erdogan has used democracy to build a dictatorship

(PART TWO):

  • Can last week’s events actually be considered a coup?
  • Looking back at Soviet deception through coups
  • Comparing Erdogan to Hitler
  • The Fethulla Gulen angle

(PART THREE):

  • Gulen versus Erdogan
  • Iran versus Turkey
  • Safety of the NATO bases in Turkey

(PART FOUR):

  • The future between Turkey and NATO
  • Visa-free travel for Turks to Europe?
  • Next steps for the US to take

GORDON CHANG, author of “The Coming Collapse of China” and “Nuclear Showdown: North Korea Takes on the World”:

  • China’s insult of CNO Admiral John Richardson
  • Chinese relations with the Philippines
  • The use of fishing ships to violate sovereignty
  • Donald Trump’s stance on China
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Fred Fleitz

July 21st, 2016 ·

FRED FLEITZ, Senior vice president for Policy and Programs at the Center for Security Policy, former CIA analyst, author of “Obamabomb: A Dangerous and Growing National Security Fraud”:

  • Recapping the nature of the Iran nuclear deal
  • Iran’s ability to master uranium and plutonium enrichment

(PART TWO):

  • Issues stemming from verification
  • Limits of oversight from the IAEA
  • Loopholes through undeclared, military sites
  • Iran’s alternative version of the agreement?

(PART THREE):

  • The one-sided nature of the agreement
  • Kerry’s actions and advocacy for Iran
  • Emboldening of the mullahs

(PART FOUR):

  • The US Treasury’s sanctions
  • Saudi-Iranian collaboration
  • Combatting Islamist regimes

(PART FIVE):

  • The Clinton email scandal and the case for perjury
  • “Warning Order” and the threat of a hostile China
  • The Hague ruling concerning the Law of the Sea Treaty
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Soeren Kern

July 20th, 2016 ·

SOEREN KERN, Senior analyst for the Strategic Studies Group and senior fellow at the Gatestone Institute:

  • Discussion on the recent coup attempt in Turkey
  • Erdogan’s consolidation of power

(PART TWO):

  • Sharia binding different elements of the jihad
  • Europe struggling with assimilating large groups of migrants
  • Germany accepting 1.1 million refugees in 2015
  • Angela Merkel’s obsession with multiculturalism

(PART THREE):

  • Implications of the predominately Muslim immigration waves into Europe
  • Crackdown on free speech in Europe

(PART FOUR):

  • Latest on Brexit
  • Future of UK-Europe trade relations

(PART FIVE):

  • How the United States must watch Europe carefully
  • The necessity to end political correctness
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Clare Lopez

July 19th, 2016 ·

CLARE LOPEZ, Vice President for Research & Analysis at the Center for Security Policy, former CIA clandestine officer:

  • Violence against law enforcement continues - this time in Baton Rouge, LA.
  • Unholy alliance between the US Muslim Brotherhood, Black Lives Matter, and Alinskyite Anarchists
  • Damage done by the US Council of Muslim Organizations and its sister organizations across the Western world

(PART TWO):

  • Political agenda of those under the USCMO umbrella
  • Explaining shariah
  • Donald Trump and other GOP leaders’ stance concerning refugee resettlement from Muslim nations

(PART THREE):

  • Implications of the failed coup in Turkey
  • How the AKP Party has weakened the Turkish military
  • The Gulenist Movement
  • Aspects of jihad still present in Sufism

(PART FOUR):

  • Classified 28 pages of the 9/11 report made public
  • Future implications for the US/Saudi alliance
  • Iran and Hezbollah roles in 9/11
  • Instances of Shia and Sunni cooperation in terrorizing the West

(PART FIVE):

  • What to expect from a nuclear Iran
  • Can the MEK Party force regime change in Tehran?
  • Update on Hillary Clinton in regards to Benghazi
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Michel Gurfinkiel

July 18th, 2016 ·

MICHEL GURFINKIEL, President of the Jean Jacques Rousseau Institute:

  • Discussion on the recent Islamic terror attack in Nice
  • The war on terror in France

(PART TWO):

  • Background on the Nice terrorist
  • Large number of Muslims killed in the attack
  • Resistance among moderate French muslims to speak out

(PART THREE):

  • Separation of church and state actually aiding Islamists?
  • Surveillance of radical Imams and Muslim enclaves

(PART FOUR):

  • Moral of the French people
  • Shortage in military personnel for the French military
  • Emergence of the “New Right” in France

(PART FIVE):

  • Turkey’s “coup d’état”
  • The strategy the West needs to take to defend itself from Islamists
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Steve Cook, Fred Fleitz, Rep. John Culberson, Dr. Zudhi Jasser, and Bill Gertz.

July 15th, 2016 ·

With Steve Cook, Fred Fleitz, Rep. John Culberson, Dr. Zudhi Jasser, and Bill Gertz.

STEVE COOK, President of the National Association of Assistant US Attorneys:

  • Discussion on criminal justice reform and attacks on law enforcement

FRED FLEITZ, Senior Vice President of Policy and Programs at the Center for Security Policy: 

  • The fraudulent Iranian nuclear deal one year later
  • What Iranians gained financially as a result of the deal
  • Limitations on U.S. intelligence gathering 

Rep. JOHN CULBERSON, Representative of the 7th district of Texas and Chairman of the Commerce, Justice, and Science Appropriations subcommittee:

  • Discussion on Sanctuary Cities
  • ICAN and the Obama administration’s attempts to relinquish US control of the Internet

Dr. ZUHDI JASSER, Lt. Commander (Ret.) US Navy, President and founder of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy:

  • The mainstream media’s elevation of Islamists over moderate Muslims 

BILL GERTZ, Senior editor at the Washington Free Beacon and columnist for the Washington Times:

  • Talk about Obama’s new 'no first use' policy for nuclear weapons
  • The atrophying US nuclear arsenal
  • New START Treaty
  • Hillary Clinton’s email server being hacked by foreign entities
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Richard Pollock

July 14th, 2016 ·

RICHARD POLLOCK, Senior investigative reporter with the Daily Caller:

  • The Hilary Clinton email scandal
  • Jim Comey’s decision

(PART TWO):

  • Will Hillary’s aides have their security clearances revoked?
  • Lack of concern in the State Department for protecting sensitive information 

(PART THREE):

  • The Clinton Foundation and its donors
  • Bill Clinton’s secret meeting with Loretta Lynch

(PART FOUR):

  • Bill Clinton’s history of pushing the legal boundaries
  • The lack of consequences for the Clintons
  • Looking at the legal process for the US Military
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Richard Fisher

July 13th, 2016 ·


RICHARD FISHER, Senior Fellow in Asian Military Affairs at the International Assessment and Strategy Center, and former consultant on PLA issues for the Congressionally-chartered U.S. China Security and Economic Review Commission:

  • Discussion on the Hague ruling about the Nine Dash line
  • Beijing’s response and next steps

(PART TWO):

  • The “Great Underwater Wall”
  • Scarborough Shoal
  • What is Obama’s red line in the South China Sea?

(PART THREE):

  • China’s ship killer missile
  • China’s militarization of space and future conflicts

(PART FOUR):

  • Economic and political trojan horse China applies in Africa to gain military leverage
  • Nuclear capabilities of the PLA
  • Expansion of the “underground wall”

(PART FIVE): 

  • China’s nuclear triad
  • The cyber war against the rest of the world
  • The Obama’s Administration’s failure to punish the Chinese
  • Xi Jinping’s Cultural Revolution and consolidation of power
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Admiral Ace Lyons, Jim Hanson, Ambassador Yoram Ettinger, and Dr. Peter Pham.

July 12th, 2016 ·

Adm. JAMES “ACE” LYONS, former Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Pacific Fleet:

  • Ruling from the Hague on the Law of the Sea treaty
  • Will China double down?
  • Militarization of islands in South China Sea
  • President Obama changing nuclear policy

JIM HANSON, Executive Vice President at the Center for Security Policy:

  • Who is the “New Black Panther Party”?
  • Alliance between Black Lives Matter and elements of the Muslim Brotherhood
  • Suppression of free speech

Amb. YORAM ETTINGER, Former representative of the government of Israel and writer of the Ettinger Report:

  • Differences between Republicans and Democrats on US/Israel relations
  • Importance of maintaining US military strength
  • Iran and their radical views and policies

PETER PHAM, Director of the Atlantic Council’s Africa Center, former adviser to US Africa Command, and author of “Somalia: Fixing Africa’s Most Failed State”:

  • Discussion on South Sudan’s instability and infighting
  • Boko Haram and the current state of the war against them in the region
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