by J Michael Waller / Center for Security Policy / March 24, 2019 Is Moscow funding climate-change activists to damage the American energy industry around the world? In an effort to slow down US natural gas production, the Russian government backed the anti-fracking movement in the United States. Moscow even funded US anti-fracking activists. Now,
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by J Michael Waller / Center for Security Policy / March 20, 2019 A Virginia-based Islamist leader has published a list of words and terms to be stamped out of American political and national security discourse.Critics who call out jihadists, Islamist terrorism, radical Islam, and Islamist extremists should be shunned and branded as haters, according
J Michael Waller / Center for Security Policy / February 14, 2019 A comparison of texts shows that Rep. Ilan Omar cribbed from Qatar’s state-owned Al Jazeera to script her diatribe against senior American diplomat Elliott Abrams. Al Jazeera ran a story, “Who is Elliott Abrams, US special envoy for Venezuela?” on February 12. It
J Michael Waller / Center for Security Policy / February 13, 2019 President Trump’s point-man on Venezuela showed how to handle malicious Members of Congress during committee hearings. The long-collegial House Foreign Affairs Committee predictably is turning into a circus since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi named Ilhan Omar (D-MN) to the prestigious panel last month.
J Michael Waller / Center for Security Policy / January 23, 2019 Venezuela’s interim government materialized without much apparent organization. Active observation and participation in various coups and revolutions shows what the Juan Guaidó government and its supporters must do immediately. Here are some quick thoughts, not in any particular order: Gain control of at