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Former CIA Officer Bryan Dean Wright is back! The Wright Report is a morning news podcast, with updates from America and around the world. Bryan tracks down current events that others don't, and helps us understand why these developments are so important. Plus, he provides analysis based on his experiences as an Intelligence Officer, leaning on facts and data. As always, he leaves listeners with the ultimate decision of what to think about the issues -- and what we ought to do about them. The Wright Report is your morning news brief, available starting April 3rd at 7am Eastern, with reports each morning, Monday through Friday!
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Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) In today's episode of The Wright Report, former CIA Operations Officer Bryan Dean Wright dives into two sets of briefs that are shaping America and the world. Here's a sneak peek: International News: Helicopter Crash in Iran: A helicopter carrying Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi has crashed, causing significant speculation and concern over Middle Eastern stability and the safety of US troops in the region. Unrest in New Caledonia: The French territory of New Caledonia faces growing violence and unrest, impacting global nickel prices and drawing attention to the geopolitical tensions involving France and Azerbaijan. China's Influence in Cambodia: China and Cambodia's joint military exercise raises concerns about Beijing's growing influence and control over vital trade routes in Southeast Asia. Thailand's Marijuana Re-Criminalization: Thailand's move to reclassify marijuana as a controlled substance offers lessons for the US amidst its own debates on drug legalization. Domestic Updates: Water Crisis in Texas: A decades-old water agreement between the US and Mexico is causing a water shortage crisis for Texas farmers, highlighting international tensions and local economic impacts. Spy Ships and Internet Privacy: Silicon Valley tech giants' reliance on Chinese-controlled companies to maintain underwater internet cables raises significant concerns about national security and personal privacy. Listener Questions: Joe Biden's Classified Information Tapes: Bryan addresses the ongoing battle to release audio tapes of Joe Biden discussing classified documents, which has sparked debates about transparency and mental fitness. Tariffs Debate: A listener's question prompts a discussion on the economic impact of tariffs and their role in reshoring American operations. Tick Season Alert: A reminder to stay vigilant about Lyme disease during tick season, inspired by personal and professional experiences. Join Bryan Dean Wright for insightful analysis, expert opinions, and the latest updates on critical issues affecting the nation and the world.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) In today's episode of The Wright Report, Bryan Dean Wright, former CIA Operations Officer, dives into a series of pressing issues shaping America and the world. It's Friday's Headline Brief, where we focus on delivering a heavy dose of news with a light touch of analysis to get you ready for the weekend. Key Topics: Domestic News: The White House's proposal to halt coal mining on federal lands in Wyoming and Montana has sparked a debate between environmentalists and conservatives over the future of America's energy sources. Fresh Consumer Price Index data reveals mixed news on inflation, highlighting significant rises in electricity costs despite improvements in other areas like used car prices and airfares. Energy Sector Updates: There has been a decline in interest in Electric Vehicles among Americans, with the majority favoring hybrids and traditional fuel cars due to concerns over cost and reliability. Donald Trump's promise to dismantle the wind industry if re-elected poses a potential threat to new projects like the US-made wind installation vessel Eco Edison. Security Concerns: Increased incidents of hacking, including a recent oil spill in Texas, are potentially linked to cyber attacks. A congressional report revealing how foreign adversaries use food delivery services to infiltrate US military bases. International News: Updates on Russia's aggressive advances in Ukraine, with President Zelenskyy staying home to bolster defenses amid a renewed offensive. The strategic moves by China in Africa and Asia, including reopening a crucial oil pipeline in Benin and efforts to influence Philippine local leaders against US military presence. Tech and AI Developments: Japan plans to increase electricity production by 50% to support AI data centers, focusing on nuclear power and innovative solar technology. Insights into the global impact of AI on the labor market and the rise of humanoid robots, driven by advances in AI software. Health and Science: Groundbreaking research in Canada on creating mini-brains to study Alzheimer's and other neurological conditions. A study uncovering microplastics in human testicular tissue raises concerns about potential links to declining fertility rates. Reassuring findings from the USDA about the safety of cooked beef in relation to bird flu transmission. Join Bryan Dean Wright as he unpacks these stories and more, providing a clear and concise briefing to keep you informed and ahead of the curve. Tune in to The Wright Report, your source for no-nonsense news and insights.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) Join Bryan Dean Wright, former CIA Operations Officer, on this episode of The Wright Report as he takes you on a global journey to explore critical events shaping America and the world. Today's top stories include: Riots in New Caledonia: Violent protests erupt in the French territory over a proposed constitutional amendment. Discover the historical context and why this unrest matters to global security and companies like Tesla. China's Military Escalation Near Taiwan: Beijing ramps up military exercises closer to Taiwanese waters and airspace, signaling a potential prelude to invasion. Understand the strategic implications for the US and the world. Chinese Port in Peru: China is building a major port in Peru, raising concerns about its control and potential military use. Learn why this development is a strategic threat and what it means for US interests. Assassination Attempt in Slovakia: The Prime Minister of Slovakia is gravely wounded in a politically motivated attack. Explore the potential ramifications for Slovakian politics and its relations with Russia and the US. European Drug Cartel Crisis: Drug gangs from North Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America wreak havoc in France, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Hear about the increasing violence and the challenges European countries face in combating these threats. AI Revolution in Rhode Island: A heartwarming story of a young woman regaining her voice through AI technology. Discover how advancements in AI are making a positive impact on individual lives. Plus, Bryan answers listener questions about Russian spies, CIA diplomacy, and US-Israel relations and shares exciting updates on the future of The Wright Report, including plans for more listener engagement and expansion to new platforms.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) Join Bryan Dean Wright, former CIA Operations Officer, on this episode of The Wright Report, your trusted daily news podcast. Today's top stories include: New US Tariffs on China: The White House announces new tariffs on Chinese goods, targeting industries in swing states. Is this a smart policy move or a political strategy? Bryan delves into the details and implications. Chinese Hackers Targeting Ships: Chinese hackers are taking control of commercial ships worldwide. Learn about the latest cyber threats and their potential impacts on global trade and security. Deadly Fentanyl Crisis: A shocking report reveals that seven out of ten fentanyl pills seized at the US southern border contain lethal doses. Discover the alarming rise in fentanyl trafficking and its deadly consequences. China’s Coal and Gas Purchases: Despite promises to reduce coal usage, China is dramatically increasing its coal and natural gas imports. Bryan explains the reasons behind this surge and its significance for global energy and climate policies. Plus, in Part Two of his response to a listener's question, Bryan offers counterarguments to common justifications for open borders and mass immigration.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) Join Bryan Dean Wright, former CIA Operations Officer, on this episode of The Wright Report, your go-to source for daily news shaping America and the world. Today's top stories include: Inflation and Corporate Greed: A new Federal Reserve study debunks the White House's claims that corporate greed is driving inflation, pointing instead to COVID-19 policy impacts. Trump's Battleground Lead: Donald Trump holds a significant lead in key battleground states, challenging President Biden’s re-election campaign. Panama’s Border Crackdown: Panama's newly elected president vows to crack down on illegal migration through the Darien Gap, affecting migrants heading to the US. NATO Troops in Ukraine: Lithuania proposes sending NATO troops to Ukraine for training purposes amid escalating Russian offensives. US and China in Niger: A geopolitical battle unfolds in Niger over a Chinese oil pipeline, with potential secret US involvement. Plus, Bryan addresses a listener's question about understanding the open borders debate.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) Join Bryan Dean Wright, a former CIA Operations Officer, as he delves into today's critical topics affecting both the US and the globe. This episode covers a range of pressing issues: The Northern Lights Phenomenon: Discover how the awe-inspiring Northern Lights, visible as far south as Mexico, could unexpectedly hike your grocery bills due to solar storms affecting satellite-based Precision Agriculture. Global Weather Woes: From the US to Brazil, weather variations are impacting food prices worldwide, particularly with the worst orange crop in Brazil in 36 years due to heat and disease. Ukrainian Conflict Escalation: Hear the latest updates on the Ukrainian warfront, where the lack of proper defenses is leading to significant territorial losses against Russian advances. Middle East Tensions: Learn about the complex geopolitical chess game involving U.S. intelligence on Hamas and Israeli operations in Gaza. Additionally, Bryan responds to listener critiques alleging bias in his reporting, defending his approach with a commitment to factual accuracy and comprehensive analysis.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) The Wright Report, hosted by former CIA Operations Officer Bryan Dean Wright, brings a no-nonsense analysis of current events that shape the United States and the world. In this episode, Wright delves into pressing U.S. political debates, focusing on a contentious Republican-led initiative to alter the U.S. Census. The proposed change aims to count only citizens rather than all residents, a move that could reshape political representation and has sparked opposition from Democrats and the White House, citing constitutional and ethical concerns. The episode also covers significant international news, including escalating tensions in the Middle East, particularly U.S. diplomatic and military maneuvers regarding Israel and Gaza. Wright discusses the Biden administration's controversial decision to withhold military aid from Israel, aiming to prevent actions in Gaza but inviting bipartisan criticism at home for potentially endangering Israeli security. Turning to Europe, Wright highlights the unusual strategy of Ukraine recruiting prisoners to bolster its forces against Russia, drawing parallels to criticized Russian practices and exposing the dire manpower challenges faced by Ukraine amid ongoing conflict. On the domestic front, the episode tackles the evolving landscape of U.S. agricultural policy influenced by climate change, exploring the World Bank's recommendations to shift subsidies away from livestock to more sustainable plant-based agriculture. This policy pivot aims to significantly alter consumption patterns, with implications for the agricultural sector and global food markets. In the realm of public health and societal issues, Wright provides updates on the spread of whooping cough in Europe linked to vaccination declines, the health risks associated with marijuana use among young people and breastfeeding mothers, and the potential cognitive health benefits of daily olive oil consumption. The podcast wraps up with a lighter, quirky segment on the trend of cow cuddling as therapy, examining its popularity and unexpected complications due to bird flu concerns.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) Today, Bryan Dean Wright, former CIA Operations Officer, begins with a pivotal update on Donald Trump's legal saga. As courts delay his trials on various charges until after the November elections, we analyze what these developments signify for Trump's political future and the broader implications for the U.S. electoral landscape. Shifting the focus to global concerns, we explore the murky waters of the international cotton trade. Discover how modern forensic techniques are exposing the harsh reality of slave labor in the cotton industry, tracing the origins of cotton used in everyday products to forced labor camps in China. Despite the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act, we uncover how systemic loopholes allow this injustice to persist, affecting global markets and ethical consumption. The episode takes a strategic turn to the Caribbean, where China’s deepening influence in Antigua reveals a pattern of geopolitical maneuvering. Learn about China's investments in transforming local infrastructures and governance, extending Beijing’s reach into the Western Hemisphere. We discuss the potential ramifications of this "soft power" strategy on regional stability and U.S. interests. Concluding on a groundbreaking note, we delve into the use of artificial intelligence in environmental science and wildlife research. A cutting-edge AI study has decoded complex communication patterns among Caribbean sperm whales, offering unprecedented insights into these creatures' cognitive worlds. This segment highlights the potential for AI to bridge human-animal communication barriers, promising a future where technology aids in a deeper understanding of our planet's wildlife. Tune into the Wright Report for a thought-provoking journey through legal intricacies and geopolitical chessboards, underscored by technological innovations that could reshape our interaction with the natural world.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) In the May 8th episode of the "Wright Report," Bryan Dean Wright provides a comprehensive overview of significant geopolitical and domestic issues. The episode begins with news about the indefinite postponement of the Donald Trump trial due to prosecutorial concerns. Wright then discusses internal Democratic criticisms of President Biden regarding his handling of antisemitism and border security, highlighting conflicts within the party. The episode also delves into the strengthening alliance between Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea, and the strategic implications for global power dynamics. Additionally, the podcast addresses intriguing developments in climate science, where recent studies have revised previous assumptions about climate change and its causes.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) In this episode of "The Wright Report," host Bryan Dean Wright discusses several critical global and domestic issues. The primary focus is on the escalating space race between the U.S. and China, with both nations vying to establish a base on the moon’s Shackleton crater — a strategic location for future missions to Mars and potential military advantages. The episode also covers the latest developments in the U.S. presidential race, revealing a decrease in voter enthusiasm, particularly among young and Black voters. Additionally, Wright delves into the ongoing conflict in the Gaza Strip, noting the complexities of ceasefire negotiations and the persistent hostilities from Hamas. The podcast concludes with a discussion on red light therapy as a promising treatment for spinal cord injuries and a listener question about the acknowledgment of COVID-19 vaccine injuries by mainstream media.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) In today's episode of The Wright Report, Bryan Dean Wright dives deep into escalating threats across Europe, revealing alarming plans by Russian saboteurs and Islamic radicals to target crucial infrastructure. Amidst these tensions, Wright discusses the shifting dynamics of US military presence in the Middle East, highlighting strategic realignments in response to local and global pressures. Additionally, he explores the intensifying conflict in Gaza, where strategic maneuvers and international diplomacy could reshape regional stability. As always, Wright brings his insightful analysis to these complex issues, offering a clear perspective on how they impact not just the involved regions but also global security and politics.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) Dive into the eye of the storm with Bryan Dean Wright on today's "The Wright Report," where chaos meets strategy in the wake of widespread university riots. Uncover how professional agitators like Lisa Fithian are turning campuses into battlegrounds, pushing a radical agenda that might reshape America's political landscape. With the nation on edge, find out how these crises could sway the upcoming elections and what it means for the moral high ground once held by Democrats. Don't miss this critical episode that lays bare the tactics fueling today’s political fires.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) Dive into the latest from "The Wright Report," where Bryan Dean Wright, former CIA Operations Officer, delivers an eye-opening discussion on the AI Revolution. This episode takes us on a fascinating journey from innovative AI-powered home security systems that combat thieves with paintballs and tear gas to the futuristic application of drone swarms in agriculture, which promise to revolutionize farming practices. However, the episode doesn't shy away from the darker implications of AI, including a shocking case of a deep fake that almost destroyed a principal's career. As AI continues to integrate into our lives, Bryan explores the essential balance between technological advancement and ethical considerations, prompting us to question the role of AI in our future.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) In today's episode of "The Wright Report," Bryan Dean Wright dives into urgent topics impacting America and the global stage. We start with the unfolding drama at Columbia University, where violent protests demand serious attention, prompting a major NYPD intervention. The episode explores the complex layers of these protests, featuring Marxist and Islamic radicals demanding drastic changes, which has the White House and Democrats in a tough spot. The focus shifts to the persistent issue of illegal migration, a topic that Americans can't seem to move past, and a new poll that sheds light on the nation's growing concerns. Additionally, Bryan unpacks Donald Trump's recent comments on anti-white discrimination in America, questioning whether there's a rising bias that needs addressing. Wrapping up the episode, Bryan shares a personal note on leadership, reflecting on his recent feature in Australian press regarding his views on effective governance, inspired by El Salvador's President Bukele. This episode not only explores the immediate news but also encourages a deeper reflection on the ideologies and leadership shaping our future.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) Dive into today’s episode of The Wright Report as Bryan Dean Wright takes you on a global journey, starting with the latest Biden family dramas unfolding in the media. Discover Hunter Biden's legal battle against Fox News, aiming to address alleged revenge porn violations and misinformation. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden collaborates with Mexico's President to tackle illegal migration, but with a nuanced focus on non-Mexican migrants. Transitioning from the Americas, we head to Mexico for an update on the ongoing cartel wars, which might soon impact your avocado and berry prices. In Asia, we cover the political winds shifting in the Solomon Islands against China and a severe heat wave affecting the region. Back in Europe, delve into Germany's struggle with 'Dirty Green Energy' and the rise of radical Islam. On the domestic front, there's promising news for the golden years: new research suggests ways to maintain brain function as you age. Lastly, get a sneak peek at the exorbitant costs associated with building a pier off the Gaza Strip, which has escalated far beyond initial projections. Stay tuned as we connect the dots between these global events and what they mean for you.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) On this episode of The Wright Report, Bryan Dean Wright discusses a range of pressing issues from the latest political upheavals to economic concerns. He delves into how American citizens across various demographics express a preference for Donald Trump over Joe Biden in upcoming elections, reflecting widespread discontent with the current administration's handling of economic, crime, and immigration issues. The episode also tackles the contentious atmosphere on university campuses, with escalating protests marked by anti-Israel and anti-Semitic sentiments, some of which are reportedly funded by notable figures like George Soros. Wright further explores the geopolitical implications of the REPO Act, which could lead to the seizing of Russian assets, drawing parallels with historical financial disputes arising from World War II. Domestically, he touches on the economic burden faced by American families, accentuating the challenges of rising childcare and living costs attributed to the Biden administration. The episode rounds off with international news, particularly the strategic withdrawal of U.S. troops from Chad, indicating a shift in the region's alignment towards Russia and China, and the implications for U.S. foreign policy.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) In this episode of The Wright Report, join Bryan Dean Wright, former CIA Operations Officer, as he delves into pressing global and domestic issues impacting our lives. Discover the slowing pace of the U.S. economy, with inflation rising unexpectedly and the Federal Reserve's likely response. Explore the ongoing political battlefields where President Biden's standing fluctuates amidst critical swing state polls. Bryan provides a startling insight into the orchestrated chaos on American college campuses, highlighting the disconnect between Marxist agendas and the real concerns of young Americans. The episode also examines the contentious immigration debates intensifying across the nation, with a focus on the radical proposals gaining traction among the public. Internationally, witness the tension in the Middle East as U.S. military engagements meet with unforeseen challenges and the desperate measures Ukraine employs to bolster its defense against Russian advances. BDW also examines Zimbabwe's bold economic strategy to ditch the U.S. dollar for a new gold-backed currency, signaling a potential shift in global economic power balances. We close on a hopeful note with groundbreaking medical research that suggests lifestyle changes and new diagnostics could revolutionize our approach to diseases like cancer. Discover how simple practices and advanced screenings are paving the way for potentially life-saving interventions. Tune in to understand the intricacies of these developments and their broader implications on global politics, economy, and security.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) On today's episode of The Wright Report, join Bryan Dean Wright, a former CIA Operations Officer, as he unpacks a series of critical developments that are shaping not just America but the global landscape. From the corridors of power in Washington to the bustling campuses across the United States, this episode delves into the ramifications of the new $60 billion U.S. aid package to Ukraine and its potential to escalate conflicts even further. Bryan explores how this financial support intersects with Ukraine's challenges in mobilizing enough soldiers to maintain their defensive efforts. The episode also casts a spotlight on the intensifying protests spreading across U.S. college campuses, examining the complex tapestry of motivations behind these movements that are now promising to disrupt everyday life this coming summer. Discover the connections between these protests and larger global issues as Bryan connects the dots between domestic unrest and international policy. Further, Bryan discusses the controversial mandate that TikTok must be sold within nine months, amidst concerns over national security and data privacy. This raises critical questions about the balance between security and freedom in the digital age. Shifting focus to the political arena, the episode reveals the targeted strategies Democrats are using to mobilize young Black voters for the upcoming elections, igniting a debate on the intersection of race and politics. Is this a strategic realignment or a risky gamble? Lastly, don’t miss a captivating discussion on espionage, where Bryan explains operational testing and why it’s crucial in shaping foreign policy decisions. This discussion not only sheds light on how intelligence is gathered and verified but also questions the reliability of the very information that can lead nations to the brink of war. Tune in for an episode that not only informs but challenges you to think deeper about the news that shapes our daily lives and future.
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) Join us on today's episode of The Wright Report as we embark on a global journey through the pressing issues shaping our world. From the escalating leftist protests on U.S. college campuses to the unexpected diplomatic faux pas involving President Biden and Papua New Guinea, we cover the complexities of U.S. leadership on the international stage. We dive into the groundbreaking advances in AI that can predict political orientations just by looking at one's face, stirring both intrigue and ethical debate. Venture with us to South America, where Colombia and Brazil are grappling with political turmoil and leadership challenges. Hear about Argentina's economic strides under a new administration and what this means for their future. In Africa's Sahel region, we examine shifting military alliances and the geopolitical chess game involving U.S., Russian, and Chinese interests. Cross over to Europe, where espionage dramas unfold, revealing the depth of China's infiltration into Western democracies. Finally, we wrap up with a serene note on the healing power of nature, providing you with a simple yet effective way to reduce stress and improve health. Tune in to this episode of The Wright Report for a comprehensive analysis of these events, featuring expert insights and deep dives into the news that matters. Whether you're concerned about global politics or looking for ways to de-stress, this episode has something for everyone. Don’t miss it!
Donate (no account necessary) | Subscribe (account required) In this Executive Brief on The Wright Report, Bryan Dean Wright, a former CIA Operations Officer, delves into the complexities and implications of the recently passed REPO Act. Embedded within broader bills to fund foreign wars, notably in Ukraine, this legislation authorizes the U.S. President to seize Russian governmental assets totaling about $300 billion from U.S. and European banks, reallocating them to support the war effort in Ukraine. Wright raises critical questions about the wisdom of such financial interventions, exploring the potential repercussions for the international trust in the U.S. financial system. The discussion outlines the crucial role of the U.S. dollar as both a transaction and a reserve currency, explaining how its stability has underpinned global economic security since World War II. Through a thought experiment involving hypothetical transactions between Guyana and Uruguay, Wright illustrates the fundamental dynamics of international trade and the pivotal role of the U.S. dollar. He expresses concern that the actions under the REPO Act could erode global confidence in the dollar, potentially leading to financial instability and diminishing the economic advantages currently enjoyed by the U.S. Wright warns that while the measures are intended to punish Russia, they could inadvertently accelerate efforts by BRIC nations to develop alternatives to the dollar-centric financial system, challenging U.S. economic dominance. He concludes with a call for fiscal responsibility and strategic financial management to preserve the dollar's status and ensure continued stability in the global financial landscape. This episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in understanding the broader implications of current U.S. foreign and financial policies on the global stage.
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Craig Newton

I listen to your podcast every day. keep up the good work Brian.

Feb 28th
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Craig Newton

Thsnk you for your hard work and forthright reporting Brian.

Feb 28th
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Nikoliy Volkov

I've been listening since 2020, the best daily news podcasts in the United States. It's better than anything on legacy media.

Feb 25th
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Thundertoad

oh, and I like listening to the two CIA guys talking

Feb 23rd
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Thundertoad

I listen to this show daily. the most frustrating part is the podcasts stopping due to "unknown error" an average of at least once a day and then you have to skip over that part to hear the rest. Somebody needs to get it together.... unless it is intentional on Castbox's part.

Feb 23rd
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Kelly lewis

yes!! I like the 2 Cia guys talking

Feb 23rd
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Always In The Dark

Thanks to "Don, somewhere in America", this podcast is going to subscription only access. Thanks Don, you instigated change in America and knocked at least one person off of the audience list. Finances do not allow me to paywall subscribe to hear this vital information.

Oct 2nd
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Kelly lewis

I suspect if Biden does actually run, and then win, their plan is he won't be in for long, health issues or otherwise...and the VP will then take over...scary...

Sep 7th
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Thundertoad

only 400 uiyghurs are made to work? out of 1 million in the camps?

Aug 30th
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Jorge Cruz

Espana (Spain) I had to roll my eyes when I heard about the far leftist worrying that Spain would become Fascist. Was it not the Socialist that started the Spanish Civil War? Fascist fighting against Fascist for control of Spain.

Jul 13th
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Jorge Cruz

Honduras The one major issue I see with Castro's descion to switch to China is the US Joint Operations base in Honduras. Decades the US military has been working with the Honduras government to combat drug manufacturing and trafficking in and around Honduras.

Jun 17th
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Bill Bass

Any info on this would be nice https://www.facebook.com/reel/188479000812372?s=yWDuG2&fs=e

Jun 9th
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Kelly lewis

no ceiling is a no deal... that is not the direction our country should go...Biden administration got what they wanted...Republicans need to be smarter

May 30th
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Jorge Cruz

Illegal immigration The onset of WW2, FDR, signed in act the Migrant Workers programs to keep mega farm and industry filled with workers. A temporary program to have workers to keep the home war effort functioning. But once those returned from war, they wanted their jobs back in the foundries and farms. President Eisenhauer implemented "Operation Wet Back" to deport illegal immigrants. For decades, Americans have gotten so uses of sub class jobs filled by illegal immigrants. This is just my opinion due to where I grew up. Most farmers to the local factories hired illegal immigrants for various reasons. Some owners exploit the illegals because they know that if the illegal try to complain to authorities, they will be deported. Fix lower wages for physical demanding jobs. To protect American workers in factories, unions were formed to ensure factory owners will not hire illegal immigrants. To me, unions at times are a Socialist pyramid scams to fill board members' pockets. "Jobs America

May 29th
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Jorge Cruz

I am glad Wright will stick to his moral standards rather than take a knee to not discuss Bible verses. My faith sets my moral compass towards my God, who is my higher power.

May 16th
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Jorge Cruz

The Pentagon I had my issues through my time in the Army. The goods and bads in various state side postings and overseas tours. But being a veteran, I will have my own opinions that are surely not aligned with those top Pentagon "leaders." We enlisted have our favorite leaders who truly set the example by leading in the front. Those who showed they cared for the welfare of their Officers and Enlisted. But there are those with stars and bars who only care about their position of authority. I learned that many Officers only wanted CNN to be broadcasted in Battalion, BDE, or Division Headquarters because the network was the propaganda arm of the US Government. Just an opinion after seeing CNN covering "The Blackwater Massacre." CNN drone footage was edited, information from Iraqi Police was manufactured, and zero bodies were found in the so-called massacre. How did CNN get top secret State Department information, no more than 10 minutes after the State Department contractor turned in his

May 1st
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J Davis

Thanks for reporting on the Gravity generator Brian...we've been a waiting a while for this to hit mainstream. This is clearly the future for one of the ways we'll get closer to creating clean green energy!

Apr 28th
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Jorge Cruz

International Travel Becareful using power stations and airport free internet while doing a layover in Hong Kong. The Chinese military will review what is on your phone or laptop computer.

Apr 22nd
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J Davis

Hey Brian, I would respectfully disagree that "we" are at war with Russia. Our MIC and the corrupt traitors who've taken over our executive branch...as well as our Congress whose "votes" do not represent the majority of peaceful, honorable citizens...as well as our mainstream mass media (both national and all local outlets in every city) who direct/control/influence/divide us and public opinion with not-the-truth, so as to misinform us all collectively enough inch by inch, day by day to accept the gradual unfolding of all this...are the ones at war. They're at war not only with Russia, but also with our republic and all of its citizens. And really, against all citizens of peace across the world. Unless...I'm missing something. (Which is entirely possible. No matter how "Independent" the sources of true news I try to follow seem to be...I acknowledge that, since I don't get on the ground myself to physically verify with my own eyes what is "reported"...I might not have the actual f

Apr 18th
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Kelly lewis

welcome back...missed your reports

Apr 4th
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