USCIS Acting Director Ken Cuccinelli, Bill Gertz, Ann Coulter & Joe Galdo on The Larry O’Connor Show 09.06.19

Happen to miss The Larry O’Connor Show today? Recap today’s program by checking out topics from the program below:

Deceiving the Sky: Inside Communist China’s Drive for Global Supremacy (Amazon)

The United States’ approach to China since the Communist regime in Beijing began the period of reform and opening in the 1980s was based on a promise that trade and engagement with China would result in a peaceful, democratic state.

Forty years later the hope of producing a benign People’s Republic of China utterly failed. The Communist Party of China deceived the West into believing that the its system and the Party-ruled People’s Liberation Army were peaceful and posed no threat. In fact, these misguided policies produced the emergence of a 21st Century Evil Empire even more dangerous than a Cold War version in the Soviet Union. [Read More]

WE DON’T TRUST YOU (Ann Coulter)

Like all Americans, I’ve been deeply moved and horrified by the recent spate of mass shootings. Surely, I thought, there must be some commonsense gun regulations that could put an end to the carnage — red-flag laws, longer waiting periods, age limits, something! [Read More]

Fairfax Supervisor McKay meets with state police, says he has nothing to hide regarding home sale (The Washington Post)

Fairfax County Supervisor Jeff C. McKay met Tuesday with Virginia State Police investigators reportedly seeking to determine whether he violated a state ethics law when buying his home from a developer friend in 2017.

McKay’s office declined to share details about the meeting after it was over, saying that state police requested that the supervisor refrain from discussing the meeting. [Read More]

As Facebook launches “Facebook Dating” in U.S., a blog finds 400 million exposed user phone numbers (CBS News)

More than 400 million Facebook users may have had their phone numbers exposed, more than a year after Facebook disabled the feature that allowed someone to look up a user’s phone number.

TechCrunch found a trove of Facebook accounts on an exposed server, the news outlet reported Wednesday. The server was not protected with a password, meaning anyone could have found and accessed the database of users. [Read More]



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