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ANOTHER CHICOM ADIZ?

Location: South China Sea
By Harold Hutchison

After a somewhat tepid response by the Obama Administration to Communist China’s establishment of an Air Defense Identification Zone over the Senkaku Islands may have encouraged a similar move in the South China Sea.

According to a report by the Washington Free Beacon, the ChiComs already have a draft plan to impose an ADIZ in the South China Sea, where Communist China has multiple territorial disputes with the Philippines and Vietnam, among other countries.

STATE SECRETS STILL WIDE OPEN

Report Slams Lack of Security
By Harold Hutchison

Over three years after Bradley Manning leaked hundreds of documents to WikiLeaks.org, the State Department has still not closed a number of vulnerabilities that could result in another leak.

According to a report by Fox News, the Inspector General has warned that not only is classified data at risk, but also personal information for 192 million passport holders. The lapse in security covers tenure not only from the current Secretary of State’s tenure, but also that of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

The Two Words That Cost Medicare Patients Thousands

RKB APPEARING LIVE IN LAS VEGAS

MEET THE PUBLISHER OF SOLDIER OF FORTUNE ROBERT K. BROWN
Lt. Colonel Robert K. Brown, famed publisher of Soldier of Fortune Magazine, will be signing copies of his memoirs, I Am Soldier of Fortune: Dancing With Devils at locations around Las Vegas.


Military Channel Changes Name to AMERICAN HEROES CHANNEL

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DISCOVERY COMMUNICATIONS TO RENAME MILITARY CHANNEL:

AMERICAN HEROES CHANNEL TO DEBUT ON MARCH 3, 2014

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Should the NSA Be Watching Senator Sanders?

Article by Cliff Kinkaid
Accuracy in Media

Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders is making headlines with his letter to the NSA demanding to know if the spy agency has been monitoring Congress. Not one article has dared to ask whether Sanders and other “progressive” members of Congress should be under surveillance because of their contacts with foreign intelligence agencies.

RARE FLUTES REALLY A THREAT?

Customs Ruins Man’s Living By Trashing Rare Flutes
By Harold Hutchison

As many as eleven rare Berber flutes were destroyed by United States Customs, who mistakenly identified them as bamboo chutes. The action has potentially ruined the career of a famous flutist.

Boujemaa Razgui, a Moroccan flute player, had been en route to Boston, where he regularly performed, via John F. Kennedy Airport in New York City. Razgui was never contacted about the flutes, which were intercepted in Customs. He discovered them missing when he was in Boston.