National Security (2010)

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  • December 30, 2010
    Chad Groening

    New military policy compromising careers

    An advocate for America's fighting men and women says the repeal of the ban on homosexuals serving in the military will effectively create a new type of "don't ask, don't tell" policy in the military.
  • December 28, 2010
    Chad Groening

    Terror plots numerous, unsuccessful ... so far

    Terrorism expert Robert Spencer says it was very fortunate that British authorities were able to thwart a terrorist plot that planned to target, among other things, the U.S. embassy in London.
  • December 21, 2010
    Chad Groening

    Muslims uneasy about nuclear threat

    A Christian attorney and terrorism expert says the recent release of classified material from WikiLeaks vindicates Israel's concerns about the Iranian nuclear threat.
  • December 10, 2010
    Chad Groening

    Army called out on beard bias

    Pentagon advisor Bob Maginnis says the Army operates under a double-standard when it comes to facial hair.
  • December 09, 2010
    Chad Groening

    Saudis an 'ATM' for jihadists

    Terrorism expert Robert Spencer doesn't think anyone should be surprised about the leaked State Department memo that portrays Saudi Arabia as an automatic teller machine for terrorist groups like al-Qaeda and the Taliban.
  • December 08, 2010
    Chad Groening

    China part of solution - or problem - in Korea's crisis?

    A 20-year veteran of the U.S. intelligence community says China is more a part of the problem than part of the solution in relation to dealing with the rogue regime in North Korea.
  • December 06, 2010
    Chad Groening

    START treaty unfair to U.S.

    A national defense analyst and Pentagon advisor says the proposed START treaty with Russia would be blatantly one-sided against the U.S. as it would prevent Washington from upgrading its aging missile arsenal.
  • December 03, 2010
    Chad Groening

    Maginnis: NK only understands force

    Pentagon advisor Bob Maginnis says it's essential for South Korea or the U.S. to deliver a tough military response to any future hostile North Korean actions.
  • November 30, 2010
    Chad Groening

    King: WikiLeaks a 'terrorist organization'

    Former CIA agent Bruce Klingner doesn't think it will be easy for the Justice Department to prosecute the online whistleblower WikiLeaks as a "terrorist organization."
  • November 29, 2010
    Chad Groening

    Analyst: NK may push too far

    Bruce Klingner, a 20-year veteran of the U.S. intelligence community, is concerned that North Korea will continue to escalate its provocative action against South Korea.
  • November 29, 2010
    Chad Groening

    Leaked documents further indict Iran

    National defense analyst Bob Maginnis believes the latest release of classified information by an Internet website could force the Obama administration to take more decisive action against the Iranian regime.
  • November 29, 2010
    Becky Yeh - California correspondent

    Aiming for Arizona-type immigration law

    California may be adopting an immigration law similar to Arizona -- and one activist in the tea party movement says it's about time.