It’s a wrap! Recap of the Feb. 25 “The Brenner Brief” radio show

Sara Marie Brenner photo

Monday, Feb. 25 on The Brenner Brief Radio Show, Sara Marie Brenner discussed everything from the Oscars, to the Obama’s administration’s establishment of drone bases in northern Africa. The show’s first interview was a must hear for any business owner in today’s still failing economy. John Mariotti, a contributor to The Brenner Brief, is the author of […]

China, realism and the silent war — 关系

Finally, due solely from the efforts of the cyber security firm Mandiant, we have concrete evidence that the Chinese were behind the latest round of cyber espionage attacks that have made the latest news cycle. This should come as no surprise, even for the incompetent Obama administration, except for the fact that they got caught […]

The Black Bloc exposed: our chilling interview with Brandon Darby

The Brenner Brief’s Amanda Melson dives in to the intricacies and operations of “Black Bloc,” a dangerous organization operating in the U.S. and Egypt. In recent weeks, Egypt has been the scene of upheaval and turmoil. Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi’s government is struggling to stay in power as Egyptians revolt against his rule and the Muslim […]

Obama on North Korea: hell-bent on destroying our deterrent

South Korea is nicknamed the “Land of the Morning Calm.” The titled was bestowed by some long forgotten Chinese emperor due to the beautiful mountain countryside filled with lush vegetation that is absolutely stunning in the morning stillness. However, near the DMZ, it is anything but. It’s a scary place. North and South Korea are […]

What does Russia really want?

Monday, the Russian government jailed another prominent opposition leader in Moscow. Tens of thousands of Moscovites protested recently in the streets of the capital city. Putin frequently resorts to virulent anti-American rhetoric. Americans have been banned from adopting Russian children. To many, Russia can be a confusing, hard to understand place. So what’s going on […]

Rand Paul: “I’m a realist, not a neoconservative, nor an isolationist”

On the 102nd birthday of Ronald Reagan, the junior senator from Kentucky visited the conservative bastion of the Heritage Foundation to propose a reconciled foreign policy for the United States. “I’m a realist, not a neoconservative, nor an isolationist,” Republican Sen. Rand Paul said from the podium to a crowd of more than 200 in […]

U.S. leaving only 1 carrier fleet in the Persian Gulf

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon is cutting its aircraft carrier presence in the Persian Gulf region from two carriers to one, the Defense Department said Wednesday, in a move that represents one of the most significant effects of budget cuts on the U.S. military presence overseas. The decision comes as Washington struggles to find a […]