The Scary Thing About Bitcoin’s Amazing Rise

December 11, 2017

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditThere are many reasons to marvel at the remarkable ascendance of Bitcoin. The technology behind it is amazing. The idea that a crypto currency even exists is pretty impressive. Yes, there are lots of issues associated. But one thing is for certain. The price of Bitcoin has skyrocketed this year. From pennies per coin […]

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The War on Free Speech and How to Fight Back

December 3, 2017

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditThe First Amendment to the Constitution guarantees free speech for all Americans. Unfortunately, there are many efforts in the courts and culture to remove that right and restrict the people’s right to speak, express, or even think. Hate speech, blasphemy laws, and political correctness are all being used to silence anything that goes against […]

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Economic Strength is the Key to National Security

November 24, 2017

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditBefore anything else, we must express our Thanksgiving for the remarkable gift we have been given of life and freedom. It is a precious gift and an important part of the pursuit of peace, something sorely lacking in this tumultuous world. In fact, the Bible gives us a powerful prayer formula for finding peace […]

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The Next Financial Attack

November 13, 2017

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditThree separate news items of the last week point to the serious trouble we may face in the next financial crisis. At present, all things seem pretty good. The stock market is at record highs. The President just returned from his Asia trip with multiple promises of new business for American companies. Tax cuts […]

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Aramco, The Purge, and the Chinese Attack on the Dollar

November 6, 2017

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditThere is so much international activity right now that is slipping under the radar of most Americans. While the news has been dominated with stories of whether or not the DNC rigged the primary for Hillary Clinton and also word of the tragic shooting at a Texas church, the geopolitical spectrum is lit up […]

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The Home Game Has Arrived: Lessons from the 10th Asymmetric Threat Symposium

October 31, 2017

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+Reddit Last week I was privileged to attend the 10th Asymmetric Threat Symposium. It’s not the first of these I’ve attended but was clearly the best. Maybe the participants felt less restrained by politics and thus spoke more directly to the issues we truly face. Or maybe the quality of experts is rising. For […]

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The End of “Sue and Settle” is Great News on the EW Front

October 26, 2017

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+Reddit We’ve explained the game before. Foreign powers have learned how to manipulate our democratic process to their own ends. They use their influence, lobbying, or money to promote candidates, policies or legislation that benefits their own interests. It’s been going on for years but largely ignored by the mainstream media and most politicians. […]

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We Were Right All Along; Now Let’s Get the Problems Solved

October 20, 2017

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditOver the past decade, there have been multiple areas where we made clear statements about an issue or threat only to have the establishment deny there’s even a problem. Then later, sometimes months and sometimes years, people wake up or the truth leaks out and our original position is validated. That is happening with […]

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When the IT Supply Chain is Compromised “Inside the Wire”

October 10, 2017

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+Reddit The term “inside the wire” generally suggests a zone of safety. Going outside the wire suggests being at risk. But what happens when the enemy gets inside the wire? Extreme threat. Our society has become increasing dependent on electronics and information technology (IT). With that dependence, we recognize that there are numerous external […]

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Putin and the King

October 6, 2017

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+Reddit Our last post, A Conspiracy Against the Dollar?, outlined some of the efforts underway that seem intended to undermine the U.S. dollar as primary reserve currency of the world. Things became a bit more concerning when it was announced that Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz was in Moscow to visit Russian President Vladimir Putin. […]

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