Trump Can’t Discuss Russian Attacks

This morning, we’re hit with further evidence that the President is not faithfully executing his office — as he swore he would do when he was inaugurated. Furthermore, his unelected aides are running the country because Trump cannot. Even though the Department of Homeland Security has primary responsibility for civilian cyberdefense, former DHS Secretary Nielsen […]

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Cutting Through the Spin – Mueller Volume I, p. 1

We’re not going to attempt to summarize all 448 pages (some of which are still not public). But we’ll post a few key takeaways, starting with this: “The Russian government interfered in the 2016 Presidential election in a sweeping and systemic fashion.” Mueller Report, Vol. 1, p. 1. The Russian government did NOT just “make […]

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Government needs to avoid another shutdown

The latest government shutdown should teach us all a lesson. We need our federal government and the essential services that it provides. Shutting the government down is a threat to national security. As just one example, we were days away from a collapse of the air transportation system until a stopgap spending bill was passed. […]

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We’re in a National Security Crisis — What is Congress Going to Do About It?

Editorial boards across the country are running lists of things Congress COULD do if our elected Senators and Congressmen were serious about the national security crisis we face.  Make no mistake, according to Republican and Trump appointee Dan Coats — the nation’s chief intelligence officer, we are facing the greatest threat since 9/11. “The warning […]

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