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  • 03:00

    TRUNEWS 02/10/15: Gordon Thomas - "Espionage, ISIS, and Putin’s warnings"

    in News

    Prolific author and investigative journalist Gordon Thomas joins Rick from the UK for a compelling broadcast dealing with espionage, ISIS, and Putin’s warnings to the West.

  • 01:01

    Espionage to Murder: The First Cyber Detective

    in Computers

    The January 18, 2014, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with retired Special Agent Jim Christy, Air Force Office of Special Investigations.

    Jim Christy left the government in July 2013 after 42 years of public service and now started his own consulting firm, The Christy Group, LLC.  He has also partnered with eventPower to reincarnate the DoD Cyber Crime Conference into the U.S. Cyber Crime Conference.  Jim is a retired special agent that has specialized in cyber crime investigations and digital forensics for over 27 years with the Air Force Office of Special Investigation and Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3).  Jim retired in Nov 2006 as a Special Agent and immediately returned to the federal government and DC3 first as an IPA and later as an HQE (Highly Qualified Expert) senior appointed by the Secretary of the AF as the Director of Futures Exploration (FX) for the DC3. FX the DC3 innovation incubator was responsible for Communication outreach/marketing, cyber workforce development and strategic relationships with other government organizations, private sector, and academia. 

    Some of SA Christy’s notable firsts in Computer Crime Investigations:

    1st civilian computer crime investigator in the U.S. Government

    1st computer espionage investigation (Hanover Hacker Case), case agent

    1st DoD investigator to go undercover on pedophile bulletin boards

    1st to distribute wanted poster on the Internet (triple homicide case)

    1st psychological profiling study of computer criminals program  (Project Son-of-Slammer)

    1st to create the Air Force Computer Forensics Lab

    1st to create a DOD Computer Forensics Lab

    1st Computer Forensics team to support Special Operations (Operation Iraqi Freedom)

    1st Law Enforcement official to be awarded the AITP Distinguished Information




  • 00:25

    Cripes! Spies! Espionage!

    in Books

    Join The Legendary Ginger Dawn Harman as she tackles the wold of Spies and Espionage - and has lots of fun doing so.
    Ginger chats about meeting Tony and Joanna Mendez - former CIA agents and shares a reading by former CIA Michael Tabman called Who Started the Fire.
    With music and special effects - she rolls into a review of Gang Spies by the talented Peter St. John.  A great book - great series, by the way.  
    And brings the show in for landing with a blast back in time -- you'll be surprised.   But with Ginger Dawn -- we are always a bit taken aback.
    Join the fun!

  • 00:30

    Joe Goldberg,"Secret Wars: An Espionage Story"

    in Books

    Secret Wars: An Espionage Story is a suspenseful glimpse into the shadowy world of the CIA, where deceivers become the deceived and the consequences are life or death. It's a clandestine world where intricate networks of people fight a complex battle to keep the world safe from terrorism.

    When terrorists funded by the Libyan government strike airports in Rome and Vienna in 1985, the CIA enlists top propaganda expert Mike Garnett to help recruit a high-ranking Libyan official, Foreign Minister Abdallah Mukhtar, to work for the CIA. As violence escalates between the US military and terrorists based in Libya, Garnett utilizes CIA assets in Hollywood to produce a propaganda video designed to convince Mukhtar he was betrayed by his own regime. Garnett's plan works—but goes sideways when it motivates the Libyan official to do something Garnett didn’t even consider.

    Sharp and insightful, Secret Wars: An Espionage Story is a thrilling tale of deception, betrayal, and patriotism—and Garnett soon learns they’re not as black and white as they seem when he’s forced to reevaluate the true nature of the business of deception.

    For fans of Tom Clancy, David Ignatius, and Frederick Forsyth, Secret Wars is a fictional thriller set against the backdrop of historical events. Meticulously researched, it pulls from the author's personal experiences as a member of the CIA.

  • 00:09

    FBI Soviet Spy Files, SUBUD Cult, and a Dead Body - Part II

    in Politics Conservative

    What do a Cessna in the blue waters of the Pacific Ocean, an Islamic cult, a Chicago family, and a Soviet spy ring all have in common with a sitting U.S. President?
    Strap yourself in for an unsettling espionage action-thriller that sounds like a Tom Clancy spy novel. But this cloak-and-dagger exposé is non-fiction. Political non-fiction.

  • 02:00

    Aug. 31, 2015, 10pm (PDT) - Edward Snowden and Conspiracies with Bill Binney

    in Paranormal

    William Binney started his career as a patriot and ended it as a patriot.  He's a former NSA official who publicly blew the whistle on cover-ups and covert operations before the public even knew who Edward Snowden was.  Now, Binney feels Snowden is a patriot as well. Binney also believes that 9/11 was preventable. A month after it happened, he resigned in protest from the US National Security Agency (NSA).

    Binney was part of an elite NSA team which designed and built an intelligence-gathering system to target and collect data on terrorism threats. He belongs to an intimate group of four whistleblowers, each of whom left the NSA after raising concerns about failures in the agency's intelligence-gathering capabilities.  Binney spent four years in the Army Security Agency during the Vietnam War before transferring to the NSA in 1970. 

    He rose to become technical director of World Geopolitical & Military Analysis at the Signals Intelligence Automation Research Center (SARC), a 6,000-strong research centre he co-founded at NSA’s headquarters in Maryland.

    - The NSA buried key intelligence that could have prevented 9/11

    - The agency’s bulk data collection from internet and telephone communications is unconstitutional and illegal in the US;

    - The NSA is ineffective at preventing terrorism because analysts are too swamped with information under its bulk collection programme;

    - Electronic intelligence gathering is being used for covert law enforcement, political control and industrial espionage, both in and beyond the US;

    - Edward Snowden’s leaks could have been prevented.

  • 00:15

    Cyber Espionage Impacting Defense and Economy

    in Technology

    The Department of Defense reported that Chinese hackers gained access to our government’s designs for advanced weapons systems. According to the Washington Post, “U.S. officials say that senior Pentagon officials are frustrated by the scale of cybertheft from defense contractors, who routinely handle sensitive classified data.” 
    On February 18, 2013, Mandiant released a report exposing one of China’s cyber espionage units. The group, which Mandiant calls APT1, is one of the most prolific we track in terms of the sheer quantity of information it has stolen. The scale and impact of APT1′s operations compelled Mandiant to write the report and release more than 3,000 indicators to help organizations defend against APT1’s tactics. The report linked APT1 to a unit within China’s People’s Liberation Army and received widespread attention from the media and from the U.S. government.

  • 00:48

    RNN-Now is the Time! Claim Your Inheritance!

    in Politics

    The Republic belongs to all of us!  NOW is the time for all Americans to accept the responsibility of their inheritance. Know it and Claim it! Please join us as Kelby unveils the signatory process that allows all of us to stake our claim to the Blessings of Liberty once again.We have finished the process for you to add "your name" to the "Declaration of Sovereign Intent".  We  will also discuss important new ways for you to help SUPPORT AND GROW our RE-INHABITED Republic.

    The Republic News Network is a broadcast of the Republic for the United States. The purpose of the RNN is to reach out to the American People with our message of hope, that the American Republic has been restored. We do this by engaging our guests, the behind the scenes movers and shakers in America. Thursday evenings each week we engage experts in business, industry, military, law enforcement, faith, intelligence and other patriotic Americans in an effort to inform the American People of important current events and at the same time educate our guest and listeners about the restored American Republic.

    Our RNN Schedule: Live on Thursday Evenings 6pm PDT/9pm EDT

    Check the Republic website often for General Information and Updates to keep you informed about the interim government restoring operations under the Constitution for the United States of America.

    Opinions stated by various contributors to the RNN are not to be considered as endorsed by officers and members of the Republic for the United States of America. Listeners are urged to use their own discernment to draw their own conclusions.

  • 02:43

    From The Front Porch With Professor Carl Tone Jones

    in Current Events

    Peace Family, 

    This week on the Porch we will be rehashing recent events and on goings within the community as well as the need to elevate our thinking as times are changing around us. We will also discuss the role of Fusion Centers and how they are impacting the BLM movement in ways that are straight out of a science fiction novel by using COINTELPRO tactics of espionage and infiltration through various social media apparatuses that have been used frequently by activists as of late. 

    So, please join us as we continue to push the envelope here on the Porch  this evening at 6:30pm est. by listening live stream or by calling in at 914-803-4571 

  • 00:59

    EPISODE #36: Lt Cdr (Ret.) James Sisco

    in Current Events

    UNREDACTED with Rachel Marsden: Lifting the black ink to reveal the covert information and intelligence around global events.

    Details about today's guests: www.unredactedshow.com/vault.html

    Show website: www.unredactedshow.com

  • 00:01

    Joanna Langfield's Movie Minute Review of Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation.

    in Entertainment

    Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation

    You sure get your bang for the buck with this one.  Tom Cruise, as durable on screen as any movie star could be, and his team deliver an action packed espionage thriller that’s so eye popping you hardly notice you have no idea of why they’re really doing all that stuff. 


    Perhaps the funniest thing about this silly sequel is the shock and horror some are expressing in its wake. I’m not saying I didn’t cringe watching some of the stuff that happens in this movie; I’m also not saying I didn’t laugh out loud a few times, too.