The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming

“When you understand what you see, you will no longer be children,” Whittaker Chambers, Witness. For those of us who are old enough to have come of political age during the Cold War, Russian meddling in U.S. political, economic, and global business is not news. They’ve been at it for more than 50 plus years, …

Huawei: A New Cog in the Cuban Surveillance State?

The company that former CIA Director Michael Hayden says helps Communist China spy on its people, is headed to Havana. The Latin American Herald Tribune China’s Huawei will partner with the Cuban government to sell smartphones in Cuba. If that is the case, Huawei, if it has not done so prior to this report, will become a part of the …

Former US Counter Intel Agent: Why the U.S. should be wary of Cuba

Cuba should have never been removed from the state sponsors of terrorism list. Yleem and I penned more than one item about it before it happened, including one on January 2015 at National Review and an op-ed, a few weeks later, in the Wall Street Journal. While we both believed after December 17, 2014 that the administration would whitewash the …

Snowden Still A Traitor, Now Talks Like a Loser Too

“I would love to go back and face a fair trial, but unfortunately … there is no fair trial available, on offer right now,” Snowden told the Canadian media. Who does this fellow think he is? He’s been in Russia one day too many. He is starting to sound like a RT (Russia Television) correspondent. …

Never Giving Up = Key to Political Wins

There are very few people in this town who Yleem and I consider genuine defenders of freedom. Chris Simmons is one of them. The former Army paratrooper turned spy catcher, Simmons has “destroyed or crippled the careers of over 80 spies” who sought to do harm to the U.S. We think he’s being modest. The man …

Broadcasting for the Enemy, Revisited

The Obama Administration appears to have granted a license to a U.S. company that allows it to facilitate the transmission of Cuban government programming in the United States. It will be difficult to secure all of the details of the arrangement, however, we can glean some information from materials released by Olympusat, the U.S. company …

Cuban Spy Granted Visitation Rights, in Cuba

This cannot be right, at least not in my reality of how a civilized world should be. According to the Miami Herald, a judge has granted a Cuban spy visitation rights to travel to Cuba to spend time with his ailing brother. What the Herald story does not say is that this humanitarian gesture, has …