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Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D.

Costs of an Open Border

It is increasingly evident that the U.S. southern border is, essentially, open. A Heritage study notes that “When the Trump administration ended, the U.S. was deporting more people than were illegally coming into the country. In less than a month under Biden, […]

by · May 7, 2021 · Bulletin Board
Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D.

Russian Arctic Threat Grows

According to American Military News, Satellite images released in April revealed Russia has been expanding its military bases along its Arctic coastline and its Nagurskoye airfield on the Alexandra Land island in the Arctic. Russia has also been using its Arctic […]

by · April 21, 2021 · Bulletin Board
Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D.

Nuclear Threat Returns

The nation has not seriously considered the possibility of engaging in competition with a nuclear-capable armed adversary in more than 25 years, warns Navy Adm. Charles “Chas” A. Richard, the commander of the U.S. Strategic Command stated at a recent conference. […]

by · April 20, 2021 · Bulletin Board
Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D.

Persecution of Christians: A 21st Century Crisis

Christians throughout the world celebrated Easter this month. For many, that observance had to be done in silence and secrecy. There are no spectacles in the Roman Coliseum featuring martyrs torn apart by lions, but the observance of the faith […]

by · April 12, 2021 · Bulletin Board
Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D.

Concern Grows over White House Immigration Policy

Concern Grows over White House Immigration Policy Texas Governor Greg Abbott is deeply concerned about the extraordinary conditions President Biden’s policies have created on the U.S. southern border. In a press conference carried live on KCBD, he explained that “The Biden […]

by · April 5, 2021 · Bulletin Board
Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D.

North Korean Threat Intensifies

North Korea has returned to the world stage in dramatic and worrisome fashion. Marked by a meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong-un, Pyongyang had been relatively quiet for several years. However, a combination of factors is prompting new concern. […]

by · March 19, 2021 · Bulletin Board
Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D.

Russia Violates INF Treaty

Treaties agreed to by two nations, but followed only by one, are essentially worthless. In the case of nuclear arms, the observant country is placed at severe risk.  A recent GOP study highlights Moscow’s noncompliance with the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces […]

by · March 12, 2021 · Bulletin Board
Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D.

Biden’s Missing Explanation

American Presidents are required to outline their goals, and explain the means they are employing to reach them. For eight years, the Obama-Biden Administration engaged in a bizarre, dangerous, and unexplained Middle Eastern policy that failed miserably. It is manifestly […]

by · February 28, 2021 · Bulletin Board
Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D.

Pentagon Moves for Faster COVID Treatment

The Pentagon’s Zachary Willis reports that while COVID-19 vaccinations are currently being distributed across the world to begin the process of reining in the pandemic, the threat of contracting the virus remains, and the population still waiting on vaccinations continues […]

by · February 18, 2021 · Bulletin Board
Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D.

The China Challenge

Shortly before the end of the Trump Administration, the U.S. State Department issued a significant analysis of the dangers posed by China.   China has made inroads within every region of the world, the report notes. It’s goal is to […]

by · February 13, 2021 · Bulletin Board
Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D.

Moscow’s Mediterranean Might

The growth of Russian power in the Mediterranean has grown too pronounced to be ignored. On land and sea, Moscow has established a dramatic military and diplomatic presence that threatens peace and stability throughout the region. The comfortable illusion that […]

by · January 29, 2021 · Bulletin Board
Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D.

Cyber Bureau Created

During his last days in office, Secretary of State Michael Pompeo approved the creation of the Bureau of Cyberspace Security and Emerging Technologies (CSET.) According to federal studies, The United States and its allies are facing expanding foreign cyber threats […]

by · January 22, 2021 · Bulletin Board
Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D.

The EMS Threat

Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D. The U.S. General Accounting Office has released a study on a comparatively new and crucial area of defense: the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS.)  The EMS is essential for facilitating control in defense on air, land, sea, space, and cyber […]

by · January 15, 2021 · Bulletin Board

Russia, China Form Stronger Alliance

As 2020 drew to a close, China and Russia strengthened their alliance through joint military maneuvers in both Europe and Asia. The move was solidified by joint operations of the two nations’ air and naval forces, as well as through […]

by · January 6, 2021 · Bulletin Board
Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D.

NATO Examines its Future

Earlier this years, NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg appointed an independent study group for the purpose of examining the organization’s challenges in the coming decade. The Secretary General particularly tasked the researchers with providing recommendations in three areas:  reinforcing unity, solidarity, and […]

by · December 30, 2020 · Bulletin Board