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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Post Inauguration Analysis Part Two: The Domestic War on Trump

February 5, 2017

In last week’s article, we discussed the intentions of the Trump Administration to Make America Great Again. The President has a credible economic warfare strategy that mirrors a blueprint I wrote over three years ago in the book Game Plan: How to Protect Yourself from the Coming Cyber-Economic Attack. Of course, in any war, there […]

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Post Inauguration Analysis Part One: How President Trump Intends to Make America Great Again

January 28, 2017

A week ago I went to Washington for selected meetings and to watch the festivities. For one thing, I met with a number of key conservatives who have proven instrumental in helping our new President fill out his Administration. In addition, I had the surprise of being contacted by a senior person in the Embassy […]

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War and Peace in the Information Age

January 16, 2017

Bill Gertz is perhaps the best and most relevant reporter covering national security issues. I count Bill as a friend. In fact, it was his work on my DoD report that brought national attention and breakthrough five years ago. Through the years, he has covered many topics regarding economic warfare and does so as much an expert […]

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Hacking Intelligence: Has the IC Been Politicized?

January 6, 2017

Several years ago, I had the opportunity to have a private meeting with a senior staff member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI). It took a while to get the meeting and finally only happened after I briefed the Committee Chairman who promised to look into my concerns. Basically, I was there several […]

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Ten of the Top Economic Warfare Risks for 2017

December 31, 2016

Make no mistake. A cyber-economic war is already underway. Recent revelations of Russian hacking should not come as any surprise as we have covered these risks for years. It is interesting, however, to note that the current Administration is pushing a narrative that “Russia Hacked the election,” while offering very scant evidence. This was recognized […]

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Post-Election Reflections: Our Hope for Trump

December 24, 2016

I’ve spent the past few weeks studying the political jockeying underway. The rush of excited transition has only been eclipsed by the vicissitudes of defeat and the accompanying hand wringing. Credit is being taken and blame is being laid. Perhaps the most interesting thing to observe has been the whole concept of the election being […]

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Chaos as Economic Warfare

November 28, 2016

According to the book, Unrestricted Warfare, the end goal of economic warfare is chaos. It is accomplished through social panic, street riots and a political crisis after confidence is destroyed in the banking system, media, stock market, and power grid. This is how you defeat a superior enemy without firing a shot: “However, by using […]

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