The Top Stories – Supreme Court allows broad enforcement of asylum limits, a big win for Trump administration. US attorney recommends proceeding with charges against Andrew McCabe – is this the first of many to come, and what about the FISA Report latest? What is behind the firing of John Bolton? House Democrats step up Trump impeachment inquiry, while Speaker Nancy Pelosi says not yet. The Democrat Debate in Houston, Texas was a sleeper for some, yet the television audience did see a tick up from previous democrat debates. CAPT Stu Cvrk is a retired naval officer with operational experience in the Middle East and Western Pacific. Colonel Jim Waurishuk is retired from USAF, he is a career senior intelligence and special missions officer, former Deputy Director of Intelligence at U.S. Central Command and served on the White House National Security Council.
Middle East Politics – Israel is accused of planting mysterious spy devices near the White House – is this election rhetoric propaganda or is Israel spying on Trump? Trump is considering a plan to extend a $15 billion line of credit to Iran in return for the Islamic Republic’s compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal – is this a wise move? Netanyahu said this past week Israel would likely be forced to go to war in Gaza near future following spiraling tensions on the southern front in recent weeks “there probably won’t be a choice but to launch operation a war with the terror forces in Gaza”. IQ al-Rassooli, the Iraqi born Arabic speaker is considered one of the foremost authorities in the world on the subjects of Islam and Middle East Politics. Ilana Freedman is a veteran intelligence analyst, political commentator and host.
50 attorneys general launch antitrust investigation into Google – Almost 80% of all searches are done on the Google platform both for political, news, personal and product information, is this too much of a good thing? The states have launched an antitrust investigation saying that Google has too much power in influencing decisions. Antitrust laws also referred to as competition laws, are statutes developed by the U.S. government to protect consumers from predatory business practices. They ensure that fair competition exists in an open-market economy. Dennis Santiago is a Commentator focusing on strategic warfare, asymmetric warfare, arms control and global stability. Arnetta Notkin, 30 years working on Wall Street, a Producer and Commentator.
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