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Reality & America’s future – a strategic perspective

We MUST declare war on radical Islam and the nefarious ideology that feeds all aspects and tenants of this evil, hateful, and vile belief and its leaders and its followers.

To stop this onslaught, three strategic decisions MUST be made and demanded by all Americans: 

1 | Barack Obama must resign – NOW!  We are no longer safe and secure as a nation, as a culture, as a people.  He MUST do so for the survival of Western Civilization. 

2 | Hillary Clinton CANNOT be this nation’s next President – she is an extension of Obama and her foreign policy missteps was the impetus that orchestrated the advent of ISIS, the expansion of radical-Islamic terror, and the demise of American respect and security around the world.

3 | We MUST declare war on radical Islam and the nefarious ideology that feeds all aspects and tenants of this evil, hateful, and vile belief and its leaders and its followers.

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Jim Waurishuk is a retired USAF Colonel, serving nearly 30-years as a career senior intelligence and political-military affairs officer and special mission intelligence with expertise in strategic intelligence, international strategic studies and policy, and asymmetric warfare. He served combat and combat-support tours in Grenada, Panama, Iraq, and Afghanistan, as well as on numerous special operations and special mission intelligence contingencies in Central America, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. He served as a special mission intelligence officer assigned to multiple Joint Special Operations units, and with the CIA’s Asymmetric Warfare Task Force and international advisory positions. He served as Deputy Director for Intelligence for U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM) during the peak years of the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, and the Global War on Terrorism. He is a former White House National Security Council staffer and a former Distinguished Senior Fellow with the Atlantic Council, Washington, D.C. He currently provides advisory and consulting services on national security matters in the private sector, media groups and outlets, and to political entities, forums, and candidates. He provides regular commentary and opinion to national and local TV, radio networks and publications, as well as speaking engagements to business, political, community, and private community groups in the areas of national security focusing international strategic policy, strategic engagement, strategic intelligence, special mission intelligence and operations, counter-terrorism, and asymmetric conflict.