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Federal Agencies Encourage Terror and Sleep with Our Enemies, Even Those Who Try to Destroy Us

This dramatic shift has been totally forgotten in the rush of other initiatives coming from the White House, including Obamacare, anti-gun measures, immigration reform, and continuing out-of-control spending. But recent revelations are bringing this issue front and center, as new

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The New Poisonous Coalition of Terrorism

Looking at a single terrorist group (such as al Qaeda) and saying it is the root cause of terrorism is neither correct nor smart. The terrorist threat comes from a complex network of aligned terrorist organizations and terror-supporting countries, as

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Espionage Virus Stole Plans and Blueprints for China

Computer security experts have uncovered an industrial espionage virus designed to steal blueprints for buildings, machinery and other products, and deliver them to China. The virus, “ACAD/Medre.A”, has stolen tens of thousands of blueprints from companies mostly based in Peru,

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Counterfeit Chinese Chips for US Missiles

In 2008, our analysts carried out a study of the Pentagon’s purchase of counterfeit Chinese chips for military equipment, including radar, advanced fighters, and sophisticated missile systems At the time, the Defense Department admitted that as many as 25% of

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China’s Spying Operation in Cuba

China’s intelligence operations are the “core arena” for achieving the superpower status which the Communist elite in Beijing so passionately desires. Central to its spy activities is the island of Cuba which is strategically located for the interception of U.S.

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North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-Il is Dead; Third Son Kim Jong-Un Set to Succeed Him

North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-il, has died. The state television announced his death on Monday, stating that the 70-year-old had died of physical and mental overwork during a train ride while visiting an area outside the capital. It is thought

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Russia Carrier Group Sent to Mediterranean

According to a report in al-Arabiya this morning, the Russian Defense Ministry has reported that the aircraft cruiser Admiral Kuznetsov left the artic port of Severomorsk, Russia’s base for its Northern Fleet, escorted by a destroyer and several supply ships.

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IAEA Report on Iran’s Nukes Disappointing but Iran Still a Threat

The long awaited IAEA report on Iran’s nuclear program was leaked yesterday, two days before its scheduled release (see it here).  The media hype preceding its release created expectations that the report would reveal damning information about Iran’s nuclear program.

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Analysis: IAEA Report on Iran’s Nuclear Disappointing

The long awaited IAEA report on Iran’s nuclear program was leaked yesterday, two days before its scheduled release (see it here).  The media hype preceding its release was just that. The report itself was disappointing and contained far less information

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BREAKING NEWS: China Speeds Iran’s Nuke Capability

Following the death of Gaddafi, America’s attention has turned away from the continuing ‘Arab Spring’ and the European financial crisis in favor of local issues. The nuclear threat posed by an ambitious, aggressive Iran continues to grow alarmingly. Our disinterest

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