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February 6, 2016 – Remembering Reagan

Our 40th President, Ronald Reagan, was born 105 years ago today. This morning I want to take a trip down memory lane, and share some impressions I have of Ronald Reagan’s effectiveness.

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December 29, 2015—Taking Stock and the Way Ahead.

December 29, 2015—Taking Stock and the Way Ahead.

“Nobody should be surprised by what happened in San Bernardino . . . If it happened right now this afternoon, this evening, tomorrow . . . nobody should be surprised.” ~ Commissioner Bernard Kerik, who headed the New York City’s emergency response forces on 9/11

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June 23, 2015—Better Defenses: Part Way Back to the Future?

America’s current missile defense strategy is “not sustainable,” according to Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Deputy Director USAF Brig. Gen. Kenneth Todorov. As reported by Sydney J. Freedberg in June 18’s Breaking Defense, he correctly emphasized that we can’t keep buying multi-million-dollar interceptors to shoot down adversaries’ ever-growing arsenals of much cheaper offensive missiles; we have to find a better way involving fewer Ground-Based Interceptors (GBIs) and more investment in R&D.

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May 26, 2015—Wake Up, America!

“Now that Washington cannot or will not defend the United States from nuclear EMP attack, some States are “building walls” to protect their electric grids and peoples from the new EMP and cyber barbarians of the 21st Century.” ~ Dr. Peter Vincent Pry

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May 19, 2015— Mr. President, Fix The EMP Mess!

“America is not prepared to be without water, electricity, telephones, computer networks, heating, air conditioning, transportation (cars, subways, buses, airplanes), and banking. All the benefits of our just-in-time economy would come to a deadly halt, including the production of petroleum products, clothing, groceries and medicine. Think about cities without electricity to pump water to their residents.” ~ Letter to President Obama from Americans concerned about the America created by a manmade or natural EMP event

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May 12, 2015—Resets, Red Lines, ISIS, Iran, EMP and All That . . . A Tangled Web!

“Oh what a tangled web we weave
When first we practice to deceive”.
– Sir Walter Scott (Marmion, 1808) … often mistakenly attributed to Shakespeare

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May 5, 2015—Well Known Things That Ain’t True!

“It isn’t what we don’t know that gives us trouble, it’s what we know that ain’t so.” … Will Rogers

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April 28, 2015—Nuclear Futures: A Time for Choosing?

“While no one in the Obama administration will say it, and Hillary Clinton will not admit it, Iran’s leaders were eager for the P5+1 discussions. They know President Obama and other world leaders are so eager for a deal that they would be able to secure approval of nuclear weapons and sanctions relief at the same time. Should one rely on the framework—before the details are ironed out—it is no longer a question of whether Iran will have nuclear weapons, but when they will have them.” … Herb London, President of the London Center for Policy Research

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April 21, 2015—SC Grass Roots Getting On Board!

The first step in solving any problem is identifying it!

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April 14, 2015 – NORTHCOM Moving to Counter the EMP Threat!

The Pentagon recently announced that Raytheon will receive a $700 million contract to prep the Cheyenne Mountain base in Colorado for the return of US Aerospace Command, built in the 1960s to respond to a Soviet nuclear strike; this new plan is to help counter a possible EMP attack by a rogue nation. This explicit acknowledgement of the EMP threat is a most welcome development. Hopefully, the U.S. “powers that be” will also take complementary steps to assure the survival of the American people in case of such an attack—and here are some hopeful signs this may be possible.

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