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  • November 26, 2019
    Chad Groening

    Beijing unlikely to back off from Hong Kong

    Hong Kong pro-democracy victoriesIn the wake of just-completed pro-democracy victories in Hong Kong, a national defense analyst it's quite possible the world could witness a violent response by the communist regime in Beijing over the next year.

  • November 25, 2019
    J.M. Phelps

    Angel Mom: The wall will be built

    An Angel Mom asserts that an open border is not only a national security risk but also a drain on taxpayer money that needs to plugged.

  • November 23, 2019
    Associated Press

    New round of murderers, sex offenders, gangsters nabbed at border

    US-Mexico border wall patrolBorder Patrol Chief Carla Provost announced that over the past two months, scores of felons have been nabbed before breaking into the United States at the southern border.

  • November 22, 2019
    Chad Groening

    Netanyahu defended as victim of 'deep state'

    Benjamin NetanyahuIsrael’s longtime prime minister appears to be in legal troubles over bribery accusations but a U.S. supporter of Benjamin Netanyahu says there is a “deep state” at work in Israel, too.

  • November 20, 2019
    Chad Groening

    'Wait and see' re: Korea

    Mark Esper with S. Korean officialA national defense analyst is skeptical that the Pentagon's decision to indefinitely postpone joint military exercises with South Korea was the right call.

  • November 20, 2019
    Chad Groening, Jody Brown

    Kudos for Trump's latest pro-Israel move

    Israeli flag superimposed on U.S. flagA messianic Jewish leader is pleased that President Donald Trump decided to reverse the Obama-era policy regarding Jewish settlements in the so-called "disputed" territory of Israel.

  • November 19, 2019
    Chad Groening

    Maginnis: Military courts fair but Trump ultimate decider

    U.S. Army combatA national defense analyst is defending both Donald Trump and the military’s judicial system that punished service members who are now enjoying clemency from their commander in chief.

  • November 15, 2019
    Chris Woodward, Charlie Butts

    Hawley: Hong Kong fighting loss of liberty

    Hong Kong protest signViolence continues to escalate in Hong Kong, where a U.S. senator recently visited and witnessed demonstrators demanding freedom from their Community Party authoritarian leaders in China. 

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