Tag Archives: National security

Disappearing Economic Engine Continues

A diverse and productive economy is not only a potent tool for expanding a broad and fertile wage base it is, as we’ve discussed many times, a national security issue.

Leo Gerard has penned a piece that refines the topic in a discussion that looks at the effect of worthless and reckless Trade Policy on both the American Steel and Aluminum Industries.

As the Administration moves forward with its Economic and Trade-Policy Agenda it is vital that Americans are equipped to challenge lapses in judgement. Do take a few moments and read Gerard’s article; it’s worth your time and effort.

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Bastardize Exec Order: A Simple Matter of National Security

While the media parrots, the Dems staged moral outrage and the Publics bewilderment assumes its lofty perch, I’m reminded that once again the fundamental facts are being completely overlooked. If anyone cares to read the actual Executive Order (EO) you will discover extraordinary relevant points:

  1. No provision of the EO is not, already, codified into existing law.
  2. There are waivers within the EO for Green Cards and existing Visa’s including both in process before the EO was enacted.
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ON AIR with Host Mike Miller of WIMA 1150

The Foundations Weekly OnPoint Series continues with Host Mike Miller of 1150 WIMA in Lima, Ohio and Policy Analyst, Curtis Greco. This week features “Mash: Memo Amnesty for 20 Million, GOP Deals Itself a Blow and Politicizing National Security.” This vignette appears throughout the week during Michael’s 6-9 a.m. (ET) Show. Ohio’s In-Tune & In-Touch Host, catch him Live in-market or online at www.1150wima.com.

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Obama’s Secret Letter to Khamenei – Desperate for a Bad Deal!

A personal appeal from one head-of-state to another is no news or it is secretive. The capability of a competent negotiator is always their ability to be, eminently, personal. The challenge here is that we’re dealing with an issue (Nuclear Arms Technology) that is far more explosive and well beyond the capabilities and competency of a deeply political and terminally divisive Administration.

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Should National Security Trump Sovereign & Unalienable?

The state’s all encompassing legal black-hole of “National Security” has given license to an explosion in the breaching of the once sacred and untouchable Right of Privacy (Individual). Has the expansion and growth in technology brought an end to privacy or is it merely an excuse to vacate the Right of Privacy by way of legislation?

Curtis C. Greco, Founder

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