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Russia’s Dangerous and Growing Nuclear Arsenal

With Russ Dallen, David Goldman, Daniel Gallington and Diana West

RUSS DALLEN, President & Editor in Chief at the Latin American Herald Tribune, Head of the international investment bank, Caracas Capital Markets, Served as President of Venezuela’s “The Daily Journal”:

  • Maduro’s upcoming trip to China
  • The tragic downfall of Venezuela

DAVID GOLDMAN, Author of How Civilizations Die, best known for his series of essays in the Asia Times under the pseudonym Spengler:

  • 25th anniversary of Oslo accords
  • The current state of ‘Middle East peace process’

DANIEL GALLINGTON, Senior Policy and Program Advisor at the George C. Marshall Institute, Served in senior national security policy positions in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Department of Justice and as bipartisan counsel for the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence:

  • Dangers of Russia’s nuclear capabilities
  • The significance of improving US missile defenses

DIANA WEST, Nationally Syndicated Columnist, Blogs at DianaWest.net, Author of “Death of the Grown Up” and “American Betrayal”:

  • Implications of Bob Woodward’s book release
  • Political warfare against President Trump




Memo War Continues

With J. Christian Adams, Daniel Gallington, Kevin Freeman and Itamar Marcus

J. CHRISTIAN ADAMS, Election Lawyer Served in the Voting Rights Section at the U.S. Department of Justice, Author of “Injustice: Exposing the Radical Agenda of the Obama Justice Department,” Columnist at PJ Media:

  • Current state of the memo wars
  • The Anglo-American system of decentralizing law
  • Why the left highlights racism and white-supremacy

DANIEL GALLINGTON, Senior Policy and Program Advisor at the George C. Marshall Institute, Served in senior national security policy positions in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Department of Justice and as bipartisan counsel for the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence:

  • The role of the FISA court
  • Why is Trump holding onto the Democratic rebuttal memo?
  • Physical barrier in House Intel. Committee?
  • The Nuclear Posture Review

KEVIN FREEMAN, Senior Fellow at Center for Security Policy, Author of “Game Plan: How to Protect Yourself from the Coming Cyber-Economic Attack,” Author of “Secret Weapon: How Economic Terrorism Brought Down the U.S. Stock Market and Why It Can Happen Again,” Founder of Globaleconomiwarfare.com:

  • Volatility of the stock market
  • U.S. vulnerability to economic attacks
  • Will China use our debt as a weapon?

ITAMAR MARCUS, Founder and Director of Palestinian Media Watch:

  • Recent events on Syrian-Israel border
  • Why the Palestinian Authority is a terrorist organization
  • The growing threat from Iran

Are Economic Sanctions Against China Enough?

With Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, Peter Huessy, Bill Gertz and Daniel Gallington

DR. PETER VINCENT PRY, Executive Director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security, Director of the U.S. Nuclear Strategy Forum, Served on the Congressional EMP Commission, the House Armed Services Committee, the Congressional Strategic Posture Commission and the CIA:

  • Why the collapse of our electric grid would be catastrophic
  • Potential threat from two North Korean satellites currently in orbit
  • EMP Commission’s findings on Pyongyang-Moscow partnership
  • Why the EMP Commission should become a Presidential Commission

PETER HUESSY, Director for Strategic Deterrent Studies at the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies, Former Senior Defense Consultant at the National Defense University Foundation:

  • Why regime change in North Korea is necessary
  • Are economic sanctions enough to push China in the right direction?

BILL GERTZ, Senior Editor at the Washington Free Beacon, Inside the Ring Columnist at the Washington Times, Author of “iWar: War and Peace in the Information Age”:

  • What role is China playing in enabling the threat from North Korea?
  • Xi Jinping’s ‘Magic Weapons’ operation
  • How our adversaries subverting our government from within
  • U.S. Naval power in the South China Sea

DANIEL GALLINGTON, Senior Policy and Program Advisor at the George C. Marshall Institute, Served in senior national security policy positions in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Department of Justice and as bipartisan counsel for the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence:

  • The status of the U.S. nuclear deterrence capabilities
  • Why a serious injection of resources must be allocated to our nuclear infrastructure
  • Russian collusion in the 2016 Presidential election?

Backdoor Amnesty Lingers

With Seth Cropsey, Daniel Gallington, Daniel Horowitz and Kevin Freeman

SETH CROPSEY, Senior Fellow and Director of the Hudson Institute’s Center for American Seapower, Deputy Undersecretary of the Navy in Reagan and Bush Administrations, Former principal deputy assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict:

  • How Kim Jong Un’s threat to Guam plays into sovereignty dispute in the South China Sea
  • Why we must invest in U.S. missile defense
  • Moscow’s meddling in the Balkans

DANIEL GALLINGTON, Senior Policy and Program Advisor, George C. Marshall Institute, Served in senior national security policy positions in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Department of Justice, and as bipartisan general counsel for the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence:

  • Update on the Russian probe
  • Unmasking of American citizens by the Obama administration

DANIEL HOROWITZ, Senior Editor at Conservative Review, Author of its “The Conservative Consciousness with Daniel Horowitz”:

  • The existential threats to our country
  • Why Trump’s posture towards North Korea is necessary
  • The secret backdoor amnesty that has continued under President Trump

KEVIN FREEMAN, Senior Fellow at the Center for Security Policy, Host of Economic War Room (Coming to the Blaze 2017), Author of Game Plan: How to Protect Yourself from the Coming Cyber-Economic Attack:

  • Ongoing trade war with China
  • Beijing’s control of rare earth mineral
  • EMP vulnerability

Hillary’s October Surprise

With Daniel Gallington, Robert C. O’Brien, Leo Hohmann and Gordon Chang

DANIEL GALLINGTON, Senior Policy and Program Advisor at the George C. Marshall Institute:

  • Hillary Clinton’s e-mail criminal investigation reopened by the FBI
  • FBI Director James Comey’s difficult position
  • What is next in the Clinton investigation?

ROBERT C. O’BRIEN, author of While America Slept: Restoring American Leadership to a World in Crisis:

  • Hillary’s October Surprise
  • Director Comey’s role
  • The perilous state of the world in 2016

LEO HOHMANN, News Editor for WND:

  • Refugee resettlement fundamentally transforming the U.S.
  • The UN 2030 Agenda

GORDON CHANG, Forbes.com columnist, World Affairs Journal blogger, The Daily Beast contributor:

  • Did Xi Jinping manage to consolidate power at the Sixth Plenum?
  • Scarborough Shoal temporary win for the Philippines
  • Xi Jinping’s “You Die, I Live” philosophy
  • Chinese economic warfare guised as commercial activity

The “lone wolf jihadist” fallacy

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With Patrick Poole, Diana West, Daniel Horowitz and Daniel Gallington

PATRICK POOLE, investigative reporter at PJ Media:

  • Discussion on the “Lone Wolf” fallacy regarding domestic jihadist terrorism
  • Instances of jihadist recruiting out of U.S. mosques
  • The Obama Administration’s “CVE” strategies hampering law enforcement’s fight against radicalism

DIANA WEST, Nationally syndicated columnist, author of “Death of the Grown Up”:

  • Parallels between 1950s Communist subversion and the current immigration debate

DANIEL HOROWITZ, senior editor at Conservative Review:

  • Alarming census data on illegal immigration
  • Learning from European mistakes in tackling the Syrian refugee crisis
  • Reorienting US foreign policy towards Iran
  • Reforming the US Presidential Primaries

DANIEL GALLINGTON, Senior Policy and Program Advisor at the George C. Marshall Institute:

  • Comparing the qualifications of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump
  • Trump’s departure from foreign policy orthodoxy
  • Danger China poses to the US

Iran Grows Closer to Bringing Down the U.S.

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With Sen. Ted Cruz, Rowan Scarborough, Danielle Pletka, Daniel Gallington, Bill Gertz

Sen. TED CRUZ (R-TX), 2016 Presidential Candidate:

  • Democratic Senators Cardin, Menendez, and Schumer’s opposition to the brokered nuclear agreement with Iran
  • White House efforts encouraging Senate democrats to filibuster a vote on a resolution of disapproval concerning the deal
  • Iranian EMP threat to take down the U.S. electric grid

ROWAN SCARBOROUGH, Washington Times national security reporter, and author of “Rumsfeld’s War”:

  • Historical comparisons to the ObamaBomb deal
  • How a new Inspector General at the state department started the Clinton email scandal
  • Patrick Kennedy’s role in the investigation of Hillary Clinton
  • Social engineering of the U.S. Green Berets

DANIELLE PLETKA, Senior Vice President for Foreign and Defense Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute:

  • Comparison of the 1970’s Carter global setbacks to today’s partisan foreign policy debate on Iran
  • Inability of the Administration to implement any successful strategy or policy in the volatile Middle East
  • U.S. foreign policy being tested by China in the Bering Sea, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the Mullah’s goals of becoming nuclear

DANIEL GALLINGTON, Former bipartisan General Council on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence:

  • Recent letter sent to President Obama regarding the ObamaBomb deal
  • Likelihood of an arms race in the Middle East
  • Potential of an Iranian attack on the U.S. electric grid
  • How the classification process at the State Department works

BILL GERTZ, Senior Editor at the Washington Free Beacon:

  • Russian spy vessel monitoring U.S. nuclear sub bases and transit routes
  • Moscow’s hybrid warfare targeting the Department of Defense Information Network (DODIN)
  • Administration’s views regarding partnerships with China and Russia

U.S. Army Rangers: Social Engineering Gone Wrong

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With Elaine Donnelly, John Sitilides, Daniel Gallington, Michael Kofman

ELAINE DONNELLY, Founder and President of the Center for Military Readiness:

  • Effect on U.S. armed forces of two women passing Ranger school
  • Will standards be lowered for women in the military?
  • Various behavioral issues that could arise having women in all-male units and in ground combat roles
  • Does social engineering in the military work?

JOHN SITILIDES, Principal at Trilogy Advisors, LLC. Manages State Department Development Program for U.S. diplomats in Greece and Cyprus:

  • Greece preparing to undergo its third national election in eight months amid severe economic and social turmoil
  • Snap elections a chance for the newly-formed, radical left Popular Unity party to gain power in Greece
  • Recep Tayyip Erdogan facing increased pressure from Turkey’s newest Pro-Kurdish political party
  • Southern Europe an open frontier for refugees from North Africa and the Middle East

DANIEL GALLINGTON, Senior policy and program advisor at the George C. Marshall Institute, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense:

  • Assessment of the negotiating strategy regarding the “ObamaBomb”
  • Realities behind the verification capabilities of the nuclear deal with Iran
  • The Senate’s stripping itself of responsibility in treaty making
  • Are international arms control agreements a thing of the past?

MICHAEL KOFMAN, Public Policy Fellow at the Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute:

  • Russia ramping up the aggression in Eastern Ukraine
  • Analyzing Moscow’s leverage in the conflict
  • Failed alternatives to the Minsk Agreement

National Security Still in Need of a Strategy

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With Jed Babbin, Michael Auslin, Daniel Gallington, Andrew McCarthy

JED BABBIN, former Deputy Undersecretary of Defense and co-author of “The BDS War Against Israel”:

  • Why the new National Security Strategy is still not a strategy
  • Smart defense spending and the Quadrennial Defense Review
  • The President’s Bergdahl problem
  • Are Qatar and Turkey true allies of the United States?

Dr. MICHAEL AUSLIN, Director of Japan Studies at the American Enterprise Institute:

  • The current state of Sino-Japanese relations
  • China’s increasingly assertive use of territorial claims to harass neighbors
  • Shinzo Abe’s moves to create a more dynamic Japanese foreign policy
  • Weighing the nuclear option in pacifist Japan

DANIEL GALLINGTON, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Territorial Security:

  • European governments’ failings to properly assimilate their large Muslim populations into greater society
  • Walking the fine line of free speech as a modern-day journalist
  • Two important Patriot Act provisions up for renewal in Congress

ANDY McCARTHY, former federal prosecutor:

  • The Obama Administration’s hopes that the Muslim Brotherhood is the moderate Islamist group that can stabilize the Middle East
  • Muslim Brotherhood stated goals of unseating el-Sisi’s government in Egypt
  • Strategic patience: the strategy of doing nothing?
  • President Obama’s statements at the National Prayer Breakfast

The U.S. Needs a Proactive Approach To Combat Cybercrime

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Daniel Gallington, Charles Brooks, Clare Lopez, Roger Noriega

DANIEL GALLINGTON, former bipartisan general counsel for the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

  • Putin’s KGB tactics and Russia’s violation of weapons treaties
  • Why arms treaties historically favored Russia/USSR
  • Chinese pursuit of a “space control capacity”
  • Increasingly political nature of the Congressional intelligence committees, and the Senate Intel Democratic Staff’s report on enhanced interrogation techniques
  • Concerns about the legal closeness of enhanced interrogation to torture

CHARLES BROOKS, Vice President and Client Executive for the Department of Homeland Security at Xerox:

  • Cyber-security’s status as one of the most pressing concerns for the federal government, and DHS especially
  • An overview of the newly discovered Heartbleed bug and various other forms of vulnerabilities that exist within cyberspace
  • The soft target nature of social network sites and the steps that one can take to harden their personal information against cyber-attacks

CLARE LOPEZ, Vice President for Research and Analysis at the Center for Security Policy:

  • Brandeis University’s rescinding of an honorary doctorate invitation to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a prominent critic of Islam, after protests
  • NYPD’s decision to disband its covert unit tasked with “human terrain mapping” in local mosques
  • The Islamic Society of North America’s “Safe Spaces Initiative,” and understanding the historical use of mosques as centers of command and control for jihad
  • Problem with little to no mention of the Tsarnaev brothers or jihad on Boston Bombings anniversary

RORGER NORIEGA, former U.S. Ambassador to the Organization of American States:

  • U.N. report labeling Latin America as the most dangerous region in the world
  • Recent negotations in Colombia between the government and a regional narco-trafficking organization known as the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC)
  • The tie between widespread criminality and narco-trafficking to a regional increase in immigration to the United States
  • The latest dialogue in Venezuela between government offices and opposition representatives