Secure Freedom Radio: With Kenneth DeGraffenreid, Grant Newsham and Robert Spencer


KENNETH DEGAFFENREID, Former Deputy National Counterintelligence Executive, Former Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Support, Department of Defense, Former Senior Director of Intelligence Programs, National Security Council, Senior Staff Member, Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Founding Member of the Board of Overseers, The Institute for World Politics

Counterintelligence as a partner to security, i.e. putting locks on the doors – But, unfortunately, security is not America’s greatest strong suit

DeGraffenreid, one of the original editors of the Cox Report, talks about how China has for years infiltrated not only America’s nuclear weapons industry but also American society as a whole

DeGraffenreid: People like Rep. Eric Swalwell are in every sense “agents of influence”

In the 1940s, when Soviet espionage continued in earnest in this country, there were a lot of people in the New Deal who came to Washington who were warmly sympathetic to the “Soviet Experiment,” which made them “fertile spies”

GRANT NEWSHAM, Senior Fellow, Center for Security Policy, Senior Research Fellow at Japan Forum for Strategic Studies, Contributor, Asia Times, @NewshamGrant

Grant Newsham explains why Xi Jinping’s China is cracking down on private technology companies: It’s all about power

Newsham talks about Chase CEO Jamie Diamond’s recent, “living in the fast lane,” comment on Fox News’ Maria in the Morning

The U.S. needs to develop a Japanese Defense Force that is capable of fighting their own wars

ROBERT SPENCER, Director, Jihad Watch, Weekly columnist, PJ Media and FrontPage Magazine, Author, “Mass Migration in Europe: A Model for the U.S.?,” and forthcoming, “Islamophobia and the Threat to Free Speech,” @jihadwatchRS 

The Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism, Big Tech’s counterterror arm, has labeled Robert Spencer’s organization Jihad Watch a violent extremist entity – Why?

Robert Spencer: If the U.S. government starts to the strip tax-exempt status from groups whose politics are not their own, this sets up a dangerous precedent for various conservative non-profits

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