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Vernuccio’s View: National Security Should Not Be A Bargaining Chip

Vernuccio’s View: National Security Should Not Be A Bargaining Chip

The funding reduction of America’s military during the prior Administration could not have come at a worse time.

by · April 22, 2018 · Opinion, Vernuccio's View
Last Friday night, US warships launched airstrikes against Syrian research, storage and military targets.

Vernuccio’s View: Learning the Wrong Lessons From Mideast Military Successes

The United States has completed another Mideast military endeavor with little or no loss of life or damage to equipment. It is important that this does not lead to a false sense of confidence. The true test of American military […]

President Richard Nixon signing the Clean Air Act of 1970.

Opening to China

“Only Nixon could go to China” is a metaphor for a person of an established reputation to defy all expectations by acting in a contrary fashion. That phrase was conceived this week in 1972. President Richard Nixon, an established cold […]

by · February 24, 2018 · History, Profile America
Vernuccio’s View: Potential China-The Vatican Deal Criticized

Vernuccio’s View: Potential China-The Vatican Deal Criticized

It appears that Pope Francis is close to coming to an agreement with Beijing over the appointment of bishops in China. The Communist government recognizes only bishops within its borders who are designated by the government, but underground churches in […]

by · February 21, 2018 · Opinion, Vernuccio's View
Vernuccio’s View: Civil Defense Neglected

Vernuccio’s View: Civil Defense Neglected

The utter confusion and ill-preparedness that was evident in the aftermath of Hawaii’s mistaken alert about an incoming North Korean missile highlighted the irresponsible and dangerous abandonment of civil defense preparedness throughout the nation. Americans who grew up during the […]

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Vernuccio’s View: America Under Threat: A New Assessment

The Department of Defense has just released its new National Defense Strategy. In essence, it formally announces that the cold war is back in full swing, with a disturbing difference: this time, U.S. enemies extend far beyond just Moscow. To add to […]

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Vernuccio’s View: 2018’s Key Resolutions

The fresh attitude brought about by a New Year should lead to resolutions effectively addressing the most serious and long-standing problems affecting the nation.   There are several issues that, if effectively dealt with, could dramatically improve the nation. Health care […]

by · December 26, 2017 · Opinion, Vernuccio's View
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VIDEO: Chinese Troops Explode into Djibouti

China’s soldiers are now stationed deep into Djibouti in the horn of Africa.

by · October 4, 2017 · Military, News, Video, World News
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Blunt Talk About North Korea’s Hydrogen Bomb Threat

North Korea’s detonation of a hydrogen bomb, and President Kim Jong-un’s claim that that the hermit kingdom can mount such a device atop an ICBM, has resulted in a deeply worried reaction among American civilian and military. Much of the […]

by · September 6, 2017 · Op Ed, Vernuccio's View
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Vernuccio’s View: Will China and India Fight?

Two giant, nuclear armed nations, China and India, are in a tense standoff concerning an inflammatory border dispute. Continuing its pattern of aggressive expansionism, China attempted to construct a road in a portion of the “Tri-Junction” region, where China, Bhutan […]

by · August 16, 2017 · Vernuccio's View
The stakes and dangers of the crisis in North Korea are significantly larger than has been discussed in the media so far.

Vernuccio’s View: Dangers, Stakes of North Korea Are Vast

The stakes and dangers of the crisis in North Korea are significantly larger than has been discussed in the media so far. Those dangers are not restricted to North Korea’s direct actions. The realities  are deeply worrisome.  Hopes that the United […]

by · May 3, 2017 · Vernuccio's View
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Vernuccio’s View: Dangerous Dependence on China

As the U.S. Navy sails towards North Korea, the potential for conflict with China also looms. Two years ago, one of America’s top military leaders, now retired, told this writer that he was “deeply concerned” about the Pentagon’s dependence on […]

by · April 12, 2017 · Vernuccio's View
Vernuccio’s View: China Makes its Move in Latin America

Vernuccio’s View: China Makes its Move in Latin America

China’s rapidly growing influence is not confined to the far reaches of the Orient.  Beijing’s presence is increasingly being felt within the U.S.A.’s own hemisphere. A decade of escalating interaction in Latin America and the Caribbean has risen to a […]

by · March 8, 2017 · Vernuccio's View
2016 Holiday Season By The Numbers

2016 Holiday Season By The Numbers

Our friends at the U.S. Census Bureau remind us that while this holiday season is a time for gathering and celebrating with family and friends, gift giving, reflection and thanks, it is a major time for business. So as you […]

by · December 24, 2016 · Business, Holidays, Profile America
Vernuccio’s View: Pope Francis’ Mistake On China

Vernuccio’s View: Pope Francis’ Mistake On China

By Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., Esq. Pope Francis is considering making an erroneous decision that may have grave consequences for religious freedom, not just for Catholics, but for all people who are suffering at the hands of repressive governments. In the […]

by · December 14, 2016 · Vernuccio's View