What Happens if the Geeks are Compromised

May 29, 2017

A failure of imagination. When the 9/11 Commission reported on the nature and causes of the worst terror attack on American soil in history, those four fateful words summed up the problem. There was a pre-9/11 mentality where the FBI assumed a plane hijacking was intended to get a ransom. The goal was to talk […]

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The Mother of All Hacks and What You Must Do About It

May 14, 2017

With all due respect to Mother’s Day weekend, there is really no choice other than to label this weekend’s global cyber attack as anything but, “the Mother of All Hacks.” If you operate a Windows-based computer, you should definitely pay attention. Even if you prefer Apple, there are things you should learn from this. Plenty […]

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SWIFT, CIPS, and NSA Spy Tools

May 9, 2017

Last month a hacker group calling itself Shadow Brokers released materials suggesting that the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) has been monitoring the SWIFT interbank messaging system. If fully verified, this is a serious threat in and of itself. According to an April 14, 2017 article by Clare Baldwin in Reuters: “Hackers released documents and files on […]

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Soft Power, Higher Education, and Economic Warfare

May 7, 2017

There are many means of warfare although our nation seems intent on ignoring most of them. It wasn’t always so but sadly, as the Chinese observed in their seminal book, Unrestricted Warfare, “Americans have become slaves to technology in their thinking.” What this means is that a vast majority of our time and attention is […]

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None Dare Call It Genocide

April 21, 2017

I heard Glenn Beck this morning describe a new movie, The Promise, and at his encouragement saw it tonight. It was a good movie but also difficult. It tells a remarkable story set in a historically accurate background. As hard as it was to watch, it was even harder to make. And that brings us to […]

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Is The Entertainment Industry a Modern Tool of Chinese Economic Warfare?

April 18, 2017
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Growth MUST BE a National Security Priority

April 5, 2017

The left has recently attempted to make an argument against regulatory reform, stating that reducing regulation could put our nation’s security at risk. As a general rule, it is actually the opposite that is true. Excessive regulations kill growth and growth is essential for our nation’s security. The regulatory state that was created under Presidents Obama […]

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The lady doth protest too much, methinks

March 23, 2017

The rancor created over one of President Trump’s tweets is pretty amazing. It has gone beyond partisan and has resulted in Congressional inquiry and national debate. And, the overwhelming denials seem to be artful deflection from some truly serious issues. Here is what the President said in a tweet: This short thought, limited to 140 characters […]

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Post Inauguration Analysis Part Four: The Globalist War on Trump

February 20, 2017

  It’s an easy case to make that multiple foreign governments were none too pleased with the election of President Trump. Of course, there are exceptions. Russia seemed pleased as did Israel and some populist elements in France, Italy  and the UK. Other nations were neutral and most were nervous. Without question, China is concerned. So is Mexico. […]

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Post Inauguration Analysis Part Three: The Deep State War on Trump

February 16, 2017

Originally, we had intended for Part Three in our analysis to shift to the foreign war on President Trump’s legitimacy. But so much has happened in the past couple of weeks that we have to revisit the domestic war underway. Nothing that has been happening should come as a surprise. We warned at length about […]

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