Archive for the 'Jim Woolsey' Category

SEBASTIAN GORKA, Assistant Professor at the National Defense University:

  • Russia covertly increasing tensions in Ukraine
  • Vice President Biden's trip to Ukraine
  • Dispatching American troops to countries near Russia to prevent Putin from further westward expansion
  • Angela Merkel's past

DIANA WEST, author of "American Betrayal: The Secret Assault on Our Nation's Character":

  • The EU's attempt to collectivize Europe in a fashion lambasted as mirroring the model implemented by the Soviet Union
  • Details on how certain EU members have begun to seek out ways to regain their state-sovereignty
  • American Muslim Brotherhood affiliated groups, notably CAIR, pushing to regard mosques as "surveillance free zones"

Admiral JAMES "ACE" LYONS (US Navy, Ret.), former Commander of the Pacific Fleet:

  • Yesterday's Citizens' Commission on Benghazi event, highlighting the finding that Muammar al-Gaddafi had reached out to the United States regarding his surrender and exile from Libya
  • The subsequent missteps by the Obama administration and notably the Department of State leading up to, during, and after the attack in Benghazi


  • Questions the rationale behind the troop withdrawal in Afghanistan and debates the reasons to keep a military presence in the country
  • Articulates how the United States won the war in Iraq but eventually lost the peace, and fears U.S. policy will soon lead to the same sequence of events in Afghanistan

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Former US Ambassador to the UN JOHN BOLTON examines the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the meaning of democracy. He also takes an in depth look into the upcoming appointment hearing of Samantha Power as the next UN Ambassador.

STEVEN GROVES, of the Heritage Foundation, turns his attention towards the United Nations and the new Disabilities Treaty the international organization is urging the United States to sign and what this signature would mean in terms of American sovereignty.

JIM WOOLSEY, Former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, analyzes Saudi Arabia’s aid to Egypt and its negative opinion of the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as discusses alternative fuel sources and the threat of an EMP attack either by natural or man-made methods.

GORDON CHANG, of, investigates the recent actions of China in both a military and economic context and gives his analysis on why the Chinese government were so quick to condemn the now viral you tube video of a 12 year old Egyptian boy who spoke of the need for a constitution and freedom in Egypt.

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Former Director of Intelligence JIM WOOLSEY assesses Snowden’s motives behind his release of classified information to the public, further characterizing his actions as part of a publicity stunt rather than the actions of a true whistleblower.

STEVEN BUCCI of the Heritage Foundation probes the legality of a country spying on its citizens and delves deeper into how these programs allow a country to gather the most effective intelligence to protect their citizens and mitigate outside threats.

ANDY McCARTHY, of National Review Online, analyzes Edward Snowden’s recent actions and the virtue of truth. He also turns his attention towards Congressman Sesenbrenner’s recent statement about the Patriot Act and President Obama’s intended action in Syria.

CLAUDIA ROSETT, of PJ Media and, examines climate change, the new immigration bill and the implications of the presence of Al Jazeera within the U.S.

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FRED GRANDY of the Center for Security Policy gives his weekly wrap-up which included the Muslim Brotherhood's penetration of the Obama Administration.

Former CIA director JIM WOOLSEY discusses the intelligence leaks and how they undermine US security at home and abroad.

VICTOR DAVIS HANSON explains why Obama feels it his responsibility to take the US down a few notches while giving US resources to other nations.

Washington Times journalist BILL GERTZ takes us inside the ring to discuss China's growing military aggression towards its neighbors.

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Andy Bostom, Brown university associate professor of medicine, author, and expert on counter terror threat doctrine, shares his expertise on Islamic law with its bearing on a recent court ruling against an Athiest’s freedom of speech in Pennsylvania, the Koran riots in Kabul, and the eschatology of the Iranian regime.

Bill Clinton’s former CIA, Jim Woolsey, director also weighs in on Iran with great detail about the nature of the regime and the beliefs of the factions there in.  He also makes sense of uranium enrichment reports and their significance for interpreting the timing of a potential weapons capability.  Jim makes sense of Iranian “prophecies” that calls for the return of the twelfth imam who will lead the battles that will end the world. He explains that the Iranian regime believes it is time for an epic battle between Iran and the Jews, and their allies, resulting in the destruction of the Jewish people and a new Iranian world order. Jim compares this notion of future world events with the Nazi beliefs of the 1930s. The American government has not been candid with its citizens as to the extent of the Iranian nuclear program and the threat it poses to global security.

Michael Rubin of the American Enterprise Institute begins without strong criticism of the President’s apology to Karzai and lays out the strategic distinction in this act from other infamous gestures of weakness to foreign leaders.   Rubin cuts beyond the Koran burning to the deep strategic issues on the ground that defines either failure or success in Afghanistan.   On the matter of arming Syrian rebels, there is a right way and a wrong one.  Without asking the right questions, the risk of arming Al Qaeda type Islamists is a real possibility.

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President Obama doesn’t need to hit the reset button but hit the on button; this idea can be applied to a variety of issues which our guests touch on today. Roger Noriega explains the threat to American interests in Latin America as well as the sanctions against Venezuela and its business relationship with Iran. Mr. Noriega also touches on the case against fore Honduran president who is a sidekick of Hugo Chavez. Michael Mukasey discusses the threat from Sharia and the stealthy jihad being waged against America. Former CIA direct Jim Woolsey brings to light the idea of denuclearizing America, as well as the Arab Spring and the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood throughout the Middle East and Africa. Andy McCarthy points out the president’s devious acts against Israel as a result of his own views of the Jewish state as a creator of problems.

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Today on Secure Freedom Radio with Frank Gaffney, Frank and Christian Whiton, of DC International Advisory, discuss Secretary of State Clinton’s speech at the Human Rights Council and the continuing saga over the CIA contractors arrest in Pakistan. Then, Rabbi Gerald Meister discusses Sharia and what it means for freedom loving people. Finally, former CIA director Jim Woolsey discusses the continuing turmoil in the Middle East and the energy shock as a result of that turmoil.

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