Wednesday, June 20, 2018

6-20-18 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Daniel Greenfield: Illegal Aliens Fatally Separate American Parents and Children
2. Ron Hosko: Apple to Close Security Loophole Exploited by Police in Getting Personal or Private Data from Locked iPhones
3. Jeff Ferry: The U.S. Auto Industry and National Security
4. Michael Stumo: Further Tariffs on China

Illegal Aliens Fatally Separate American Parents and Children

Advocates for illegal migration claim to be outraged by family separation. They want illegal alien invaders to go on separating American children from their families. What the fake news media falsely calls “family separation” is just arresting illegal aliens instead of releasing them. When previous administrations failed to enforce border security, they separated American children from their parents forever. And the blood of those children is on the hands of the posturing politicians, activists and pundits who want to unite illegal aliens and separate Americans. [more...]

Apple to Close Security Loophole Exploited by Police in Getting Personal or Private Data from Locked iPhones

Law enforcement officers employing questionable methods to attain private and personal data from suspects face a new obstacle in the near future, the Chicago Tribune reports. Apple has announced their plans to close a security loophole that allows unauthorized access of data despite facing a locked iPhone. Ron Hosko, President of the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund and former assistant director of the FBI’s criminal division, says, “I think that privacy protections are on a collision course with responsible law enforcement actions to conduct legitimate investigations. Terrorists or other criminal organizations will do something that’s heinous, in a way that is blocked from lawful law enforcement view. They will, to some extent, get away with it. We will lose lives, we will lose infrastructure in a big way, and then we will be having a different conversation.” [more...]

The U.S. Auto Industry and National Security

The Trump administration is considering tariffs on automotive imports under the Section 232 provision for safeguarding U.S. national security. A final decision will be likely in the fall. The steel and aluminum tariffs that came into effect earlier this month were based on the argument that civilian and military use of vital materials are inseparable. A healthy, progressive industrial sector developing military products and applications can only exist simultaneously with a healthy civilian industry. Modern industry is large and complex. Developing new state-of-the-art products takes time and millions of dollars. The only way to build and sustain a world-class military industry is to share costs with a civilian industry.  That’s the business model that works for the steel and aluminum sector and the same logic also applies to the motor vehicle sector. [more...]

Further Tariffs on China
By Michael Stumo, CEO of the Coalition for a Prosperous America

Beijing wants to keep the status quo - where the United States ran a $387 billion trade deficit with China last year and is ceding key technologies. This is simply unsustainable, however, and the president is right to act now to protect the U.S. economy and the industries of the future. Targeted tariffs against China, if necessary, are the appropriate recourse for downstream industries affected by China’s actions and for any continued dumping of product in the U.S. market. The administration should focus additional and imaginative efforts on programs to support agricultural producers including reinstating country of origin labeling for meat products. [more...]

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