Relinquishing US sovereignty: The controversy behind INTERPOL’s extended powers

Posted by in Foreign Policy, National, News on Feb 08 | 5 comments
Relinquishing US sovereignty: The controversy behind INTERPOL’s extended powers
Share This is a very important question and it has been raised recently with the announcement from the White House that INTERPOL will be granted more powers in the U.S. This story is making many Americans very angry. Sovereignty apparently has been set aside for other purposes such as Obama’s civilian national security force. During...
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Views from General David H. Petraeus

Posted by in Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, Military Theory, Public Policy on Jan 29 | Comments closed
Views from General David H. Petraeus
Share CENTCOM in 2010: Views from General David H. Petraeus Friday, January 22, 2010 Stretching from Egypt to Yemen, Iran and Pakistan, General David H. Petraeus commands the most challenging area of responsibility in the war against terrorism. In addition to deterring non-state aggressors, he also oversees the ongoing conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. On...
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Targeting the Taliban

Targeting the Taliban
Targeting the Taliban By Michael Fowler The simplest and safest way to thwart an enemy’s ability to conduct war is to destroy their supply lines. This is an old and useful tactic from the time of King Nebuchadnezzar II (605-562) of Babylon. His armies would surround their hapless victims who had taken refuge in forts,...
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Why Mexico is Important

Posted by in Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, Media on Dec 21 | Comments closed
Why Mexico is Important
Why Mexico is Important by ME Leclerc The U.S. must stay engaged with Mexico in the war on drugs Mexico’s potential for fragmentation is a serious threat to US national security however, there is a low level of preoccupation that the phenomenon of OTM (Other than Mexicans) persons and the spillover of drug-related violence into the...
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Don't Let Anyone Say the World Hates America

Posted by in Foreign Policy, Media, National Policy on Dec 21 | 5 comments
Don't Let Anyone Say the World Hates America
Today We Were Rock Stars. We shut the aircraft down and what we saw was 350 plus people ranging in ages from 6 months to old and gray standing silently at a fence watching our every movement. I walked around the nose of my aircraft a mere 150 feet away from this crowd, I gave...
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SSgt Bellavia: "House to House"

Posted by in Foreign Policy, Islam on Dec 21 | 4 comments
SSgt Bellavia: "House to House"
One of the goal of VAF is insure that the reality of combat, war, and understanding the current enemy is accepted within the academic environment. Departments such as political science and humanities, must include the facts and truths of the world that our armed forces are facing. The video below of Silver Star winner SSgt....
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The POLISH GAMBIT – A Losing Move

Posted by in Foreign Policy on Dec 10 | Comments closed
The POLISH GAMBIT – A Losing Move
The POLISH GAMBIT – A Losing Move David Ray Bowman Most who watch and comment upon the recent White House Policy shift on the Eastern European Missile Defense Shield plan are focusing on the Iranian angle of things, believing that the biggest threat comes from the Islamic Republic and essentially ignoring the real purpose of...
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