Say no to erasing our heritage
1 year agoJune 23, 2020
We have a shared heritage that we memorialize and in some cases that causes pain to particular groups. It is proper for us to occasionally look at who and what we hold up as worthy examples of our history and even change some. But this should be done in an orderly fashion as voted on by the people or determined by their elected representatives. Not by a mob engaged in violent protest.
Lessons from the Breonna Taylor Homicide
1 year agoJune 16, 2020
The Breonna Taylor homicide in Louisville. KY was a tragedy and there are calls to arrest the officers involved in the incident. While there doesn’t seem to have been a crime committed, there are definitely lessons we can learn and potential changes that can be made to how warrants are served.
The Chinese Propaganda Virus
1 year agoMarch 23, 2020
Chinese propaganda is now saying the U.S. Army brought the Corona virus to them. They have deployed both official statements and a full-on bot army to spread this malicious lie on social media. As crazy as it may sound, the story will gain traction and damage the United States while deflecting from the role China itself played in this global pandemic. This propaganda virus will spread online in a similar fashion to the actual virus in the real world.
Hanson on OANN: DHS’ Coming Crackdown on MS-13
2 year agoApril 11, 2019
President Trump is making changes to the Department of Homeland Security, and is now taking a renewed focus on the violent gang MS-13. One America’s Jack Posobiec sat down with ‘Security Studies Group’ President Jim Hanson to learn more.
Hanson on Fox: Trump Administration is Right to Designate Iran’s IRGC a Terror Group
2 year agoApril 09, 2019
President Trump ramps up pressure on Iran, calling its Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps a terror group. SSG president Jim Hanson weighs in on the possible outcomes from Trump's actions on Fox News.
Brodsky in National Review: Qatar Is the Weakest Link in an ‘Arab NATO’
2 year agoApril 04, 2019
Qatar’s malign activities aren’t confined to rustling feathers in the region; they directly target American interests as well. Qatar continues to conduct a wide range of information operations, including paying influencers, cyber-espionage, funding media, and buying think tanks.
Hanson in the Jerusalem Post: Qatar Peddles its Influence on Capitol Hill
2 year agoApril 02, 2019
The “charm offensive” over the last several years has gone a long way toward achieving its objective. The administration has shifted from its initial posture of pressuring Muslim leaders to “drive out” the radicals to one of “working together” to achieve a political solution.