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Point Four of the Trump-Kim Joint Statement runs as follows:

The United States and the DPRK commit to recovering POW/MIA remains, including the immediate repatriation of those already identified.

Remains.

Remains are sacred and must be returned to their families and nation. But what of unrepatriated POWs? The men whose life stories in Communist captivity remain state secrets not just in North Korea but also in the United States? On this, Point Four of the Trump-Kim Joint Statement is...

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I am delighted to post this in-depth discussion of American Betrayal with Stefan Molynuex. Enjoy!



Washington Monthly web editor, slanderer in chief Martin Longman, author of "Bolton Taps Neo-Nazi as National Security Council Chief of Staff," now officially corrected to "John Bolton’s New Chief of Staff Has Deeply Alarming Connections"

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To understand the campaign of slander and smear against Fred Fleitz, late of the Center for Security Policy, now chief of staff in the National Security Council under John Bolton, it is important to understand that in the concentric circles that array themselves around Washingon's power centers there are to be found National Security Hawks and National Security Subversives. Until November 8, 2016, the National Security Subversives ranged closest to and inside the hubs of power; after November 8, 2016,...

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Part 2 is here.

The evidence leading to the big Veselnitskaya "shocker" -- that the Russian lawyer was an informant for the Russian government all along -- was a set of her emails, which suddenly and anonymously appeared in the electronic dropbox of Dossier, an organization set up by Mikhail B. Khodorkovsky, "the former tycoon" the New York Times tells us (not oligarch?), "who was stripped of his oil holdings, imprisoned and then exiled from his native Russia." 

Note that the release date of the Veselnitskaya story, April 27, 2018, is the same as that of the final report by the House Intelligence Committee on Russia....

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Part 1 is here.

Yesterday, drawing mainly on interviews with the Senate Judiciary Committee, I set forth the direct statements and strong indicators that all four of the "Russians" in the infamous meeting at Trump Tower set up to assist in the election of Donald Trump were against the election of Donald Trump. 

Thus a key vector of so-called "Russian collusion" was actually activated by a bunch of Russians for Hillary.  

I put "Russians" in quotation marks above because three of the four have American and Russian citizenship both. One is even the longtime business partner of an American lawyer, Edward Lieberman, whose close associations with Bill and Hillary Clinton go back at least as far as when his late wife Evelyn was deputy chief of staff...

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Earlier this month, the Senate Judiciary Committee released a set of transcripts of interviews and exhibits related to its "Inquiry into Circumstances Surrounding Trump Tower Meeting."   

I am looking at the interviews from the "Russian" side of the table, the people who sat across from Don Trump Jr. as he waited expectantly to hear an incriminating story about Hillary Clinton that never came: Irakly “Ike” Kaveladze, Anatoli Samochornov, Rinat Akhmetshin, the Britisher Robert Goldstone. There is also the written testimony of Natalia Veselnitskaya. 

Whether there is anyone who still believes this meeting was anything but a set-up from the get-go, it's notable that these interviews show us there was not one Trump...

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Picking up from the unconscionable censure of Sen. McCarthy on December 2, 1954, Barry M. Goldwater, one of 22 Republican senators to oppose censure, writes the following in his 1979 memoir, With No Apologies.

No one seemed to notice that after the furor faded, the Army's top secret operations at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, which had been the subject of one of McCarthy's attacks, were quietly moved to Fort Huachuca, Arizona. Carl Hayden, who in January 1955 became chairman of the powerful Appropriations Committee of the United States Senate, told me privately Monmouth had been moved because he and other members of the majority Democratic party were convinced security at Monmouth had been penetrated. They didn't want to admit that McCarthy was right in his accusations. Their only alternative was to move the installation from New Jersey to a new location in Arizona. (Emphasis added.)

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My friend, patriot and artist William Davies sent me a copy of this powerful graphite drawing a few months ago. I saved it to publish with Bill's permission on this Memorial Day weekend to commemorate the men Uncle Sam forgot. 

From Staff Sergeant Ray's bio at pownetwork.org:

On March 18, 1968, PFC James M. Ray and 1Lt. John G. Dunn were part of a unit on a road clearing mission with Montagnard soldiers on Highway 20 in Lam Dong Province, South Vietnam.

During the mission, both Ray and Dunn were captured by the Viet Cong and taken to Cambodia for detention. Dunn was released in the general prisoner release nearing the end of American involvement in Vietnam in 1973. Jimmy Ray did not come home.

Ray, who had been wounded during his capture, was rotated within the "system" of those POWs held in South Vietnam. He made escape attempts which infuriated his captors and they beat him severely and confined him with chains. He was awarded the Silver Star for gallantry for these escape attempts and resulting torture.

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A couple of days ago, I had the pleasure of catching up with Vlad, who has been listening to the new audiobook of the American Betrayal. Here's our conversation.





From Gates of Vienna, commentary from Paul Weston on a series of milestone events that are taking place now and which the UK government is officially censoring: 

Britain Is Now a Genuine Police State

by Paul Weston 

There are a number of court cases taking place in Britain which are subject to reporting restrictions. A good percentage of these — and we really don’t know how many, which I think is rather the idea — relate to Muslim gang-rape trials. Tommy was under a 13-month suspended sentence for previously reporting on a gang-rape trial subject to reporting restrictions. In other words, if he broke the law again he would then serve the jail time...

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Vladimir Bukovsky has been giving some pretty interesting Russian-language interviews lately.

Earlier this month, he spoke with Kiev-based112 Ukraine TV. Below is an excerpt from the English translation by Alissa Ordabai that should get some attention. 

Dmitry Gordon: You recently said, "If two ballistic missiles were launched at Lubyanka, the level of terrorism worldwide would drop by 80 percent."  What did you mean by that?



Vladimir Bukovsky: The thing is that a huge part of the world's so-called terrorism is being organized by Lubyanka (the popular name for the headquarters of the FSB on Lubyanka Square in Moscow - translator). They control Islamic terrorism, ever since the war in Afghanistan when they were supporting the most extremist parts of the Afghan resistance, people like Gulbuddin.  You wouldn't remember these names.  

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Delighted to return to the Hagmann Report for 90 minutes last night to try to put the continuum of treason, subversion, communism and coup together -- American betrayal -- and how partiots can fight back. My segment is cued up to start at Minute 33:00 above.

 

Going back on with my friends at the Hagmann Report tonight -- 7:30 to 9:00 EDT. Tune in!





Remember, once upon a time, when the heatedly, desperately, and futilely contested release of a House Intelligence Committee memo threatened "to rip D.C. in two"? 

That would be the four-page-memo confirming that the Department of Justice and the FBI used Hillary /DNC-funded opposition research (a.k.a, "the Steele dossier") to gain court authorization to spy on Carter Page, and, thus, the wider Trump team.  

Naturally, this same DOJ said it would be "extraordinarily reckless" to clue in the American people to the police state a-borning inside their own government. After all, exposure is the first enemy of corruption. Prosecution according to the law, however, is its only match.  

Once President Trump authorized the declassification of the bombshell-memo, the threats and warnings turned into a cacophonic booing. A Swamp-wide, cross-party-line emerged,...

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Below is posted a remarkable document. It is the single-page disillation of the three-quarters-of-a- century pursuit of honor in justice by three generations of an American family. The family is that of Rear Adm. Husband Kimmel, who, with Maj. Gen. Walter Short, was in command during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Ever since that terrible day, these two senior officers have been wrongfully scapegoated for the attack by our own government, which, among other unconscionable failures, had witheld vital intelligence from the Pearl command. The facts of the matter are not in doubt. Now that the Board for Correction of Naval Records has taken up the case, it is high time, finally, for swift justice.  

Rear Adm. Husband Kimmel's eldest grandson, Thomas Kimmel, has shared the summary of the case that was presented to the Navy board last month. After many...

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As the fragments come together in a fantastic mosaic indicating that the seniors of the "Intelligence Community" -- led or organized by CIA Director John Brennan -- set out to "create" the appearance of co-called Russian collusion around what amount to political by-standers in order to catalyze their conspiracy against Candidate, then President Trump, I am  put in mind of the investigatory motions I imagine having set the groundwork for ... Stalin's purges. 

This occurred to me (again) while reading George Neumayer's latest in The American Spectator. Neumayer zeroes in on the work of David Corn and Michael Issikoff, where they "inadvertently provides a picture of Brennan running...

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We interupt this blog for what Rush Limbaugh calls an obscene profit timeout....

In all seriousness, I am delighted with the reception of the new audiobook of American Betrayal, which I narrated myself and released this spring. Here are a few comments to share -- particularly with Father's Day and the summer vacation driving season now upon us. 

The first is from novelist, commentator, sailor, ret. Navy SEAL Matt Bracken (who still prefers the written, not spoken, word):

  

From Twitter:



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In the consequential tradition of such big presidential campaign lies as, "If you like you doctor, you can keep your doctor," FDR, the 32nd POTUS, solemnly, specifically and frequently lied to Americans voters during his 1940 re-election campaign when he promised up and down the hustings that he would not take the country to war -- even as he was secretly planning to take the country to war, and long before Pearl Harbor.

See below as the light dawnethed eight years later for Walter Trohan, one of my favorite old-time newspapermen, on reading a confessional passage by FDR speechwriter and biographer Robert Sherwood as it appears in his book, Roosevelt and Hopkins: An Intimate History. It was Sherwood who scripted FDR's fiery non-belligerence before Election Day 1940, a time when the national mood was strongly non-interventionist. Sherwood's contribution included the infamous FDR lines -- "And while talking to you mothers and fathers, I give you one more assurance. I have said this before but I shall say it again -- and again -- and again: Your boys are not going to be sent into any foreign wars."

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On this bicentennial birthday of Karl Marx, the figleafs are off but the full-frontal horror remains pixilated. What are we looking at? We don't know, we can't know. After generations of foreign, domestic, communist and pro-communist conditioning, including mass media agit prop and "higher education"; after generations of penetration, subversion, de-moralization, corruption and beguilement, the mainstreaming of Marxism continues on autopilot. That means freedom is "converging" with  tyranny, which means freedom is disappearing in tyranny, which must make this the best birthday for Karl Marx ever.

It was FDR who quite enthusiastically set our national course on such "convergence" with the socialist revolution known as the New Deal; we put him on a pedestal. FDR's Soviet-penetrated White House and policy shops then helped turned Allied armies into weapons of Communist expansion...

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Appearing on the Tucker Carlson Show, James Kallstrom called out the "conspiracy," the "Fifth Column" against Donald Trump and his presidency. By virtue of his professional experiences, the former assistant director of the FBI may be the perfect expert-witness to make such accusations credibly.

On paper, Kallstrom's 27 years at the FBI tell us he knows what he is talking about when he says it is unprecedented for the FBI to conduct no-knock, searching, and seizing raids without a criminal or national security predicate. It is important for Americans to learn through his institutional memory that throughout the extensive S&L investigations in the 1980s, for example, not a single law firm was raided ... and compare that to the horrifying raids on Michael Cohen's home, hotel and small law office -- for what? Documents related to an all too commonplace celebrity "nuisance settlement"?

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I can't say I share his optimism, but I am perfectly happy to be carried along by it. 

 

This is not a prank. Axios, that instant-screenshot of lib media thinking, almost stoically reports that we are in for a "new Clinton wave this spring." Naturally, that means fund-raising -- as so very subtly conveyed in the greenback-green party invitation above Family Clinton has released. 

But could this be ... a dig? Axios:

Longtime Clinton supporters last week received an invitation offering access to the family ... at prices ranging from ... $2,500 ... up to $100,000 ...

Offering access at prices? The Clintons? Money? Is that nice?

The Elephant in the Access, however, is the Clinton Foundation (the Clinton Foundation????), which Team Axios skates by with blinkered aplomb -- no comment.

Ah, but look at little closer. The point of the Family Clinton "evening," according to the invitation, is "Benefiting the work of the Clinton Foundation."...

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I asked an expert, Jeff Nyquist. He responded indirectly, with an excursion through the continuum. This is what the history of communist united fronts, alliance, peaceful coexistence, detente, glastnost, and "dissolution" tells us. 

At first you cannot talk to the communist, because his goal is to destroy you. 

But eventually you talk to him, and find yourself shaking his hand. He is a human being, after all. He is charming. Why were you ever afraid? 

You then forget that he is a communist. And you forget what communism signifies. So you decide to make deals with him. You even say that he is not really a communist. And he nods his head. 

Nearly everyone is happy about the deals you make and the resulting promises of peace. You are praised by everyone. It feels so good. 

Then...

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"You remember Iraqgate," the always trenchant William Safire wrote in 1993 ....

Er, well, not exactly ....

Iraqgate, the former-Nixon-Agnew-speechwriter-turned-NYT-columnist continued, was 

the White House corruption of Agriculture's loan guarantee program to slip foreign aid billions through an Italian bank to Saddam Hussein, which he used to finance his secret nuclear buildup. The Bush Justice Department sought to contain the scandal by pretending the Italian bank knew nothing of its Atlanta office's huge Iraqi dealings -- despite suppressed C.I.A. evidence to the contrary."

That would be the Bush 41 White House & Justice Department under the extremely murky Attorney...

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An extremely neat theory from the blog Law of Markets:

"The conspiracy to make Tim Kaine President"

Posted on April 14, 2018

I’ve always known this to be true: Comey: I Announced The Hillary Investigation Because Polls Showed Her Ahead.



The question is why would he do it? And the answer is that Obama and Comey were trying to craft an election outcome in which Hillary would be elected but would then have to resign, or at the very minimum step aside and...

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For 17 months in the early 1950s, the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, aka the McCarran Committee, engaged in a landmark investigation into the Institute of Pacific Relations, a prestigious think tank which Sen. Joseph McCarthy had been hammering away at as a vector of Soviet influence on US foreign policy. It turned out McCarthy was completely correct. Indeed, he probably understated the treacherous role IPR played in subverting US policy, especially in undermining staunch US ally Chiang Kai-shek and empowering Communist monster-in-waiting Mao Tse-tung. In the TV segment above, Robert Morris, the legendary chief counsel of the McCarran Committee, discusses some of the shocking findings of the committee as it wrapped up its investigation.

Well worth watching, if only to get a taste of the IPR investigation, which is a very significant stretch of "lost history."

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As we await the coronation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller by the Senate Judiciary Committee, it's worth reviewing a few of the national security and prosecutorial disasters marking the man's tenure as FBI Director. Contrary to Mueller's media beatification as a non-partisan exemplar of public service, these disasters mark Mueller as a reliable political fixer. Now, it looks as if he will become his own branch of government.

Why? For services rendered to the people? I don't think so. 

Robert Mueller became Director of the FBI exactly one week before 9/11. No account of his Bureau tenure is complete without underscoring his shocking obstruction of efforts to bring to light...

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Remember how the media just wouldn't let go of the "Russian collusion" connections of Valerie Jarrett, President Obama's top White House adviser between January 20, 2009 and January 20, 2017? 

No, I don't either. Jarrett may have been "the power behind the throne," as Robert Gates called her, but after Judicial Watch published the Jarrett family FBI files in 2015, which proved that this senior White House official came from a deeply committed and active communist family, with rampant front activity and even with connections to a Soviet espionage agent, there was scant coverage, and even less interest among those charged with protecting American national security. 

If you missed it, read Paul Kengor's analysis at the American Spectator. These...

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You have to see the whole thing to believe it, but I decided to try to transcribe the juicier bits, especially the ones almost lost in the crosstalk. I refer to a recent panel discussion of the Syrian missile strike on the Laura Ingraham Show, during which Fox News commentator Sebastian Gorka proved he was unafraid to deploy the carrot salad and even the fish sticks against co-panelist Col. Douglas Macgregor (U.S. Army ret.) in response to Macgregor's criticism of the strike -- clearly, a red line for Gorka. "Shame on you" for being "obnoxiously obtuse" and "questioning" a "four-star-retired-Marine-Corps-legend," etc., etc. But that wasn't all. Before the...

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On Update Brazil, Jeff Nyquist and Allan Dos Santos discuss the Big Questions that do not even seem to be entertained inside Washington. 

  

 



From the Bukovsky Center's Facebook page:

Vladimir Bukovsky went on the radio in Russia to discuss his internationally acclaimed epic, Judgment in Moscow, which will be published in English for the very first time later this year -- more than two decades after it was written!

Bukovsky explains the shocking reason why in the following excerpt translated by Alissa Ordabai. 

Presenter: I have received the English language proofs of Vladimir Bukovsky's book Judgement in Moscow and immediately wanted to get in touch with Vladimir Konstantinovch because this book's destiny is completely amazing. And the amazing part is the American part, not the Russian part. The publishing...

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On with Frank Gaffney tonight, talking about how the end of privacy is also the end of citizenship, and more.

Listen here.

 

Detail from "I'm More Than Just a Stalin Fan" by William Davies

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More than any other item, what "triggered" the Pravda-style disinformation campaign against American Betrayal was book's annotated examination of Harry Hopkins, FDR all-powerful, unconfirmed, and, today, unknown top aide, who lived in the family quarters of the White House during World War II. KGB colonel and defector Oleg Gordievsky was taught in KGB training school that Hopkins was the Kremlin's most important agent in America during World War II; Kremlin/Communist intelligence expert Herbert Romerstein positively identified Hopkins as an agent of influence; Air Force historian Eduard Mark identified him as Source 19 in a Venona cable (Mark did not believe Hopkins was a Soviet agent, however).

But what did Hopkins actually do? American Betrayal sets forth his record of perfidy/honorable...

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Audrey and I pick back up with latest media-elite (WashPost-Harvard) efforts to tell us little folk, "Tut, tut; a century of KGB influence operations (sometimes known as Active Measures) are "myth," just like that "book published in 2013" (now out in audiobook, which I enjoyed narrating). 

I seem to have hit a endlessly spazzing nerve. Somehow, what they don't want you to know will hurt them.  

Listen here.

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It was one thing for the Communist Party organ, the Daily Worker, that pre-Twitter roadmap of every zig and zag of Kremlin directives, to have ramped up the information-war against Senator Joseph McCarthy in the early 1950s by turning the name of our greatest anti-communist hero into an epithet mouthed by the Left.  

It is quite another for conservatives nearly 70 years later to keep pounding what was, after all, Stalin's line. It was Stalin's line not for his health, of course, but for his long war to destroy the USA at home: specifically, to destroy the anti-communist resistance, personified, circa 1950, by the fearless junior senator from Wisconsin. There are many markers attesting to the Kremlin's mainly unacknowleged ideological victory in this same war, from our own Marxist college campuses, to a numbing list of cultural debasements, to Russian hypersonic missiles, courtesy the seemingly invisible "reset" tech transfer scheme called Skolkovo. To this list of markers I would add the quick-trigger, full-throated conservative chorus against "McCarthyism."  

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Earlier this week, Douglas J. Hagmann of the Hagmann Report invited me on for a 90-minute- conversation about American Betrayal. I am happy to say that as a real-life primer on "Russian influence," the book is still finding new audiences, especially now that it has finally come out in "the director's cut" audiobook.

As a host, Douglas J. Hagmann could not have been more gracious and supportive. Our conversation starts at about the 30-minute mark.



Yesterday, I received an email from my friend and fellow scribe David Solway, who, as befits the Renaissance man that he is, has a new book of poetry out this spring. It's called The Herb Garden, and I am enjoying it mightily, even as my own garden comes to life.

David's email starts out with the bustle of his busy life -- a family visit, the book launch for The Herb Garden, a musical gig, a three-day conference, the upcoming teaching semester of David's wife, Janice Fiamengo, and the like. 

"Exhausted just thinking about it," he writes. "How have...

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NOW AT THE AMERICAN SPECTATOR!

Part IV is here.

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After the Washington Post Outlook section catalogued KGB influence operations and American Betrayal both as  "myth," I sent in the following reply:

I am the author of that unnamed “book written in 2013”...

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This extraordinary rendition by human hand and graphite pencil of John McCain is by William Davies, patriot, artist and friend. Bill attached it to a recent letter to the editor he wrote to his local paper in Syracuse, New York. I asked Bill if I could post the artwork along with his letter, not only to share and showcase Bill's enormous talents, but also to give a small platform at least to the enormity of American rage against Sen. John McCain on the POW/MIA issue, which our elites have successfully sealed off from the public square. 

Bill wrote this letter after the Russian election.

Dear Editor (Shared with Traitor John McCain),

Anyone with half a brain could realize the satire in President Trump's congratulations to Putin for another rigged win in an election not unlike unsuccessful Democrat efforts, even with the Justice Department and FBI on Hillary's side.

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Still thinking about Fulang Lo and the donkey that is not a horse, I am posting something new, something previously unpublished from American Betrayal. It comes from Chapter 12, which was  the only chapter I cut down for size before publication in 2013. It was a sizeable cut -- I took the chapter from thirteen thousand words down to seven thousand words. The editorial idea was a clean sprint to the finish. I have now restored the chapter to its original form in the new audiobook.  Call it the director's cut.

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My friend Caroline Beckenhaupt writes in with a gem today from a memoir of the Cultural Revolution, Morning Breeze by Fulang Lo.  

Caroline explains that the author has asked her mentor, a writer, what the play she was writing was about. Her mentor replies:

"[It’s about] our daily life.  About how to be an honest citizen living in our land. It  is difficult to be an honest citizen, since many people have been trained to lie."

She looked at me with determination.  “Everyone has tears, as the sun has light, as the tree has leaves, everyone has a voice, as the birds in the trees. But we are taught not to be free and see and talk.  Even if we see a donkey, we must say it is a horse.”

She went on, “As a writer, one must write honestly to...

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"Influence and the Experts, III" is here.

Two Sundays ago, the audiobook of American Betrayal finally came to market nearly five years after its original hardback publication by St. Martin's Press. 

Last Sunday the Washington Post's Sunday Outlook section dismissed it as "Myth No. 5" in "Five Myths about Espionage"...

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Every Wedesday, I look forward to participating in a ten-minute segment of Secure Freedome Radio with Frank Gaffney.  After last Sunday's Washington Post Outlook section dismissed Soviet influence operations and American Betrayal both as a "myth" about espionage, Frank decided it was high time to dig in again, and so he invited me to come on for the entire show today to talk about the relaunch of American Betrayal as an audiobook, the Kremlin's subversion of...

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The Ideological War Once Known As Communism is still on. It took shape here in the United States as American Betrayal, and it continues on in  "The Red Thread."

Jeff Nyquist, Allan Dos Santos and I discuss on the latest installment of Update Brazil. 



I just peeked at Twitter and discovered that tonight, Sunday, March 18, at 8pm ET, Brooks Agnew, host of X-Squared Radio, will be re-broadcasting the American Betrayal interview he conducted with me just days after the book's release from St. Martin's Press in 2013. Brooks writes:



As I recall, our interview was scheduled for the first hour of the program, but it turned out there was no stopping our conversation as it gathered speed, so the interview ended up lasting for the entire three-hour-show. Listen tonight here.

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Earlier in the week, Sandy Rios of American Family Radio and I followed a couple of the Red Threads through the anti-Trump network working to frame and destroy the presidency of Donald Trump before it began. Listen here. 

There are so many to keep straight. For more background on the Stalin apologetics (yes, you read that right -- Stalin apologetics) of a central figure in the anti-Trump network, see "Nellie Ohr, Woman in the Middle" at The American Spectator here.  

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I am extremely pleased to present the American Betrayal audio book! 

Narrated by Yours Truly, this has been a project long in the making, but also enjoyable in the making. 

I hope readers -- listeners -- find it so as well.

  



Dear Rush,

Megadittos. Knowing how you pride yourself on accuracy, I want to clue you in to something you got wrong on yesterday's show. 

You started out just fine:

And it reminds me that they hate Joe McCarthy, ’cause Joe McCarthy found communists everywhere in the government. 

This is true. Kudos to you for noting that Sen. McCarthy did, indeed, find secret communists inside the federal government, plotting the overthrow, violent and/or stealthy, of the United States government, even as they were on the payroll of the American taxpayer. Such simple clarity is a crucial step to take if the American people are ever to visualize the mechanism of communist subversion that continues to take our constitutional republic down, instead of continuing to fight blind. Nonetheless, it is our sad state that, following that grand ideological "victory" of ours in the Cold War against...

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The following excerpt is from "Nellie Ohr, Woman in the Middle."

Remember when the Soviet Union “vanished” in 1991? So, too, all of the experts told us, did its nasty communist strategies to destroy the United States and control the world. How marvelous it was, then, that Russia stopped running its Soviet-era intelligence armies and terror networks against us — except, of course, for CIA officer Aldrich Ames, who was arrested in 1994, three years after the “end” of the USSR, while working for a “defunct” KGB. Then there was Soviet-Russian spymaster Sergei Tretyakov, busily orchestrating old-time subversion against us until his defection in 2000. Oh, and don’t forget the FBI’s Robert Hanssen, dead-dropping away for the Kremlin until his shock-arrest in 2001. And what about...

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Thanks to Vlad Tepes for kindly editing the Center for Security Policy CPAC panel, "Whither Freedom," into each speaker's part. Here is mine.   

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