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American Freedom Watch Radio - Guests - Terry Giles and Brad Johnson

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Terry Giles:  Author of The Fifteen Percent: Overcoming Hardships and Achieving Lasting Success.  As a lawyer Terry has tried 150 jury trials to verdict including multi-million dollar civil verdicts and acquittals in murder cases. Terry has also bought or built over 35 different companies from automobile dealerships, banks, manufacturing companies, 5 star hotels, international consulting firms, bio tech labs, and even produced a play on Broadway. Email


  • Who are the 15% and what makes them a part of that elite group? A the key element in the book.
  • How to overcome hardships and survive difficult challenges including COVID-19 where you lose your job or your business.Terry is dealing with the shut-down of two hotels in Europe and his consulting firm with 41 offices in 21 countries.

Brad Johnson: President, Americans for Intelligence ReformBrad retired as a Sr Operations Officer and Chief of Station with the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations. He has served domestically and abroad with numerous assignments often during periods of armed conflict. He has served overseas in direct support of the War against Terrorism. Brad is a certified senior expert in Counterintelligence issues with extensive direct experience in the field.  He is an enrolled member of The Cherokee Nation, a Federally Recognized Tribe. Since his retirement from the CIA, Brad founded Americans for Intelligence Reform. 


  • Chinese intelligence Ops that preceded the Covid-19 outbreak
  • Intelligence community failures related to Covid-19
  • Chinese aggressive propaganda and supporters within the USA
  • Needed IC reforms - misguided focus on political issues and involvement