Posts Tagged ‘National Security’

Breitbart Oped: Flashback: Ted Kennedy Asked the Soviets for Help Putting a Democrat in the White House

August 16th, 2016

Last month, a comment made by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump about Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s missing emails received mass media coverage—while overlooking an important point.   Trump’s off-the-cuff remark, referencing 30,000 emails Hillary failed to turn over to the U.S. State Department upon leaving office, was: “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able

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Breitbart Oped: The Trickle-Down Erosion of Honesty in Obama’s White House

August 16th, 2016

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) conducts fraud prevention training for U.S. businesses. Training focus is both internal and external—preventing fraud against the business as well as fraud by company employees against others.   An important standard taught is the tone set for ethical integrity leadership:   An organization’s leadership creates the tone at the top – an

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The Blaze Oped: Le Pen Is Mightier than Clinton’s National Security Sword

August 3rd, 2016

Traditionally, presidential party nominees are not reluctant to unsheathe the sword of national security during an acceptance speech to rally and convince followers their presidency will make, or keep, America strong. During her speech, Hillary Clinton’s sword remained sheathed.   Hillary’s comments need be compared to those two days earlier by a French female politician

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Author, retired Marine visits Solera

July 16th, 2016
Author, retired  Marine visits Solera

By Sherry Andervich In celebration of the July 4th holiday, Solera Beaumont residents and guests were treated to a special presentation by internationally acclaimed best-selling author and speaker Lt. Colonel James Zumwalt, USMC retired, who writes extensively on foreign policy and defense issues. Son of Adm. Elmo T. Zumwalt, Commander of U.S. Naval Forces Vietnam (1968-1970)

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The Blaze Oped: Classification Decision of 28 Pages from the 9/11 Report: Strategic for Bush, Personal for Obama

May 21st, 2016

U.S. presidential candidates experience a learning curve. They find, once elected to office, delivering on promises, easily made as a candidate, is much more difficult. For candidates irresponsibly making such campaign promises, winning an election becomes a sobering reality.   When easily made campaign promises can, just as easily, be kept – demanding little effort

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The Blaze Oped: Free Speech vs. Islam: Democrats’ Bill Is ‘The Bridge to No Where’

January 13th, 2016

As the final minutes of 2015 ticked away, America held her collective breath that celebrations would not be marred by a terrorist attack. Sixteen years earlier, with the final minutes of 1999 ticking away, there was a similar fear—this one that planes might fall from the sky, electrical grids might shut down, food supplies might

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Family Security Matters Oped: How and Why Islam Plays the Sex Card

November 9th, 2015

Despite the vast differences existing between Western and Islamic cultures, they share one major similarity. In both cultures, sex sells. But it is how sex is used that any similarity ends. In the West, it is used to sell products; with Islam, it is used to sell death. As Islamism continues to increase its violent

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Breitbart News Oped: A BETTER IRAN NUKE DEAL POSSIBLE? YES AND NO

September 7th, 2015

Pressuring Congress as its September vote approaches, President Obama says it is pure folly to think a better nuclear agreement with Iran can be negotiated. He is absolutely right. This deal is the best we can do—unless a new team is fielded to renegotiate. We had tremendous leverage going into the negotiations due to tough

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CIA Enhanced Interrogation Techniques Finally Getting the Rest of the Story

September 7th, 2015

The late conservative commentator Paul Harvey’s radio program had a segment titled “The Rest of the Story.”  He would begin discussing a story line, pausing for effect with a commercial break, and then returning to finish it—usually with an unexpected twist. On December 9, 2014, the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) released key

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HOW WE GOT INTO SUCH A BAD NUCLEAR DEAL WITH IRAN

August 3rd, 2015

Last week, Congress kicked off hearings for its 60-day review of President Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran. Despite Administration assurances—given even before the agreement was concluded—Congress would have this review time, Obama rushed the deal to judgment at the U.N. to bind the U.S. internationally before congressional review could be undertaken. The chief negotiator of an

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