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Impugning A POW: Trump Campaign Hits New Low

By on Jul 20, 2015 | 0 comments

Unlike some of my colleagues, I have no issue with Donald Trump declaring himself as a presidential candidate. While I do think the man is strictly an opportunist acting in only his own best interest, you won’t see me overheating about the latest things spewing out of Donald Trump’s mouth. I simply don’t think he’s built for the long haul.  I am no expert, but I expect his popularity will too soon, long before November 2016. Actually, I’m praying for it. Trump’s most recent jaw dropping remarks concerned U.S. Senator John McCain of Arizona, in which he stated McCain was a war hero “because he was captured.”  I despise Senator McCain. I think he is a walking, talking personification of why the U.S. Congress so badly needs term limits. He is, in my opinion, a testament of all that is wrong with today’s Republican party.  John McCain the Naval aviator, however, is a...

U.S. May Never Point The Finger At China For OPM Breach

By on Jun 25, 2015 | 0 comments

It’s looking more an more like the U.S. government may not take retaliatory actions against the state behind the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) breach. China, who the FBI believes was behind the attack, gained access to the security clearance documents (SF86) of past and present government employees, including military and intelligence officials. While knowledge the breach was made public on June 4, the scope and severity of the hack wasn’t disclosed until approximately one week later. Additionally, the initial number of 4 million people affected may become as high 32 million after family members and other contacts listed in the employees’ forms are taken into account. For better understanding of what is disclosed in these documents, see the conclusion of John Schindler’s entry. The likelihood of the U.S. even pointing the finger at China is slim,...

China Has More Spies Living In California Than The FBI Has Agents

By on Jun 16, 2015 | 0 comments

Yes, you read that correctly. The Chinese Ministry for State Security has more agents living in the state of California than it has FBI. Based in Beijing, the Ministry for State Security (MSS) is responsible for China’s foreign intelligence, counter-intelligence, and security. The MSS is believed to be responsible for the majority of Chinese espionage. Military talk show host and veteran Bryan Suits is among the personnel affected by the security breach of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. Believed to be committed by the Chinese, the breach is quickly becoming known as one of the worst in the history of the U.S. government. China’s MSS has agents living throughout Asia, Europe, Australia, and the Americas. The number of MSS agents living in California alone is believed to be between 300 and 800. The high number, Suits explains, is attributed to California’s...