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  • Will Senators Recall Bill Richardson's Scandalous Cabinet Record?

    12/17/2008 9:42:37 AM PST · by george76 · 13 replies · 793+ views
    HUMAN EVENTS ^ | 12/17/2008 | Timothy P. Carney
    New Mexico Democratic Gov. Bill Richardson will go before the U.S. Senate in coming weeks as Barack Obama’s nominee for secretary of Commerce. Will Democrats in that chamber remember his performance in 1999 and 2000 as Energy secretary, when secrets disappeared from nuclear laboratories, and one Democratic senator promised to oppose Richardson for any future nomination? In the January of 1999, the U.S. House Select Committee on Intelligence published ... the “Cox Report” -- which found that China had stolen and still was stealing nuclear weapons secrets from the U.S. The committee reported that “the primary focus of this long-term,...
  • The Clinton Foundation, State and Kremlin Connections

    07/31/2016 11:38:35 PM PDT · by Rabin · 6 replies
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | July 31, 2016 | PETER SCHWEIZER
    <p>Dmitry Medvedev, (hailed Barack Obama as "my new comrade") is visiting the Bay Area tech-cos: Twitter, Apple, Google and Cisco Systems, to promote an "innovation center modeled on Silicon Valley", in Skolkovo, near Moscow.</p> <p>A major technology transfer directive out of stste is at the gut of Obama's 2010 “reset” with Russia, substantially undermined U.S. national security. Consider Skolkovo, the core of the Russia Tec. reset.</p>
  • France And The Radar Thieves

    02/24/2010 10:48:31 PM PST · by myknowledge · 479+ views
    Strategy Page ^ | February 22, 2010
    India and the United States are pressuring France not to allow Pakistan to buy advanced radars and other electronics for the Pakistani built JF-17 jet fighter. This is because China did most of the development on the JF-17, and Chinese personnel would be involved in any effort to install French electronics in these aircraft. China has a brazen reputation for stealing foreign technology, and putting high tech French electronics into Pakistani JF-17s, is seen as just giving the stuff to China. Pakistan also has a reputation for passing on military technology it had promised to hold close. While the Chinese...
  • U.S. fighter bids for India hit tech-transfer snag

    12/06/2007 8:10:39 PM PST · by sukhoi-30mki · 25 replies · 117+ views
    Reuters ^ | Thu Dec 6, 2007 | Jim Wolf
    U.S. fighter bids for India hit tech-transfer snag Thu Dec 6, 2007 2:06pm EST By Jim Wolf WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A split in the Pentagon over how much cutting-edge technology to share with India is complicating bids by Lockheed Martin Corp (LMT.N: Quote, Profile, Research) and Boeing Co (BA.N: Quote, Profile, Research) for a potential $10 billion fighter jet contract. At issue, among other things, is advanced radar know-how India wants as part of any deal for the 126 new fighter jets it plans to buy from one of six global aerospace powerhouses, say current and former Pentagon officials. Detailed...
  • Briefcase 'that changed the world' (World War 2 Technology).

    02/05/2007 12:36:42 PM PST · by Jedi Master Pikachu · 33 replies · 2,157+ views
    BBC ^ | Monday, February 5, 2007 | Angela Hind
    The cavity magnetron played a decisive role in WWII In the summer of 1940, the war with Germany was at a critical stage. France had recently surrendered and the Luftwaffe was engaged in a concerted bombing campaign against British cities. The United Kingdom was being cut off from the Continent, and without allies to help her, she would soon be near the limit of her productive capacity - particularly in the all important field of electronics. On the morning of 29 August, a small team of the country's top scientists and engineers, under the direction of Sir Henry Tizard...
  • Democrats who took radical islamic & terrorist campaign $$$ (McKinney, Kennedy, Bonior & more)

    08/16/2002 10:51:53 PM PDT · by GOPcapitalist · 71 replies · 8,824+ views
    FEC reports at, various news reports
    CYNTHIA McKINNEYPOSITION: Democrat Congresswoman from GeorgiaDONOR: Abdurahman Alamoudi AMMOUNT: $2000 on September 11, 2001 DETAILS: Alamoudi, President of the American Muslim Foundation, is a well known radical mohammedan activist known for publicly praising terrorist organizations. He worked closely as an informal advisor and affiliate of several Clinton administration officials (source). At an October 2000 rally in Washington, D.C. Alamoudi spoke to a radical islamic crowd announcing ""I have been labeled by the media in New York as being a supporter of Hamas. Any supporters of Hamas here? (cheers) Hear that, Bill Clinton? We are all supporters of Hamas ... I...
  • Private Initiative for Inflatable Space Habitat Lures Chinese Interest

    07/06/2004 9:11:42 PM PDT · by anymouse · 17 replies · 545+ views
    Aviation Week & Space Technology ^ | 07/04/2004 | Craig Covault
    China is eyeing participation in new privately funded U.S. space ventures, such as the Bigelow Aerospace inflatable habitat for biotech or other space-business endeavors. A Chinese role in these ventures could challenge the U.S. government to focus more attention on space cooperation with China. This is especially so, since the U.S. State Dept. would have to rule on such commercial cooperation. Bigelow is receiving substantial technical assistance from the NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC), which developed the original TransHab inflatable concept considered earlier for use on the International Space Station (AW&ST Dec. 8, 1997, p. 39). Bigelow has taken over...
  • North Korean diplomat implicated in nuclear plot: German press

    09/21/2003 10:20:58 PM PDT · by HAL9000 · 10 replies · 491+ views
    Agence France-Presse | September 21, 2003
    HAMBURG, Germany (AFP) - A former North Korean diplomat is accused of ordering material from a German firm that could be used in the production of nuclear weapons, Germany's Der Spiegel reported in its Monday edition. The news magazine said a German businessman would go on trial in Stuttgart, southwest Germany, next month in connection with the case. The diplomat was named by Spiegel as Yun Ho Jin. It said he used to work as a Pyongyang representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna. According to Der Spiegel, Yun Ho Jin ordered special aluminium tubes from...
  • Pakistani nuclear-scientists hid dirty money in Dubai

    01/25/2004 5:46:26 AM PST · by knighthawk · 2 replies · 155+ views
    The Times of India ^ | January 25 2004 | PTI
    ISLAMABAD: Foreign bank accounts of two senior Pakistani nuclear scientists, who allegedly received money for passing nuclear technology to Iran, have been traced by investigators even as the government ordered all ministries and departments not to invite Dr A Q Khan, the father of the country's atomic bomb, to any official function. The foreign bank accounts in which the proceeds from the transfer of some nuclear technology to Iran have been deposited were traced back to at least two senior nuclear scientists , unnamed officials were quoted as saying by the local daily The News on Sunday. These accounts were...
  • Xybernaut, Beijing U of Aeronautics, Astronautics venture

    11/25/2003 1:26:09 PM PST · by batter · 11 replies · 166+ views
    LBSzone Press (via ChiCom Watch) ^ | 25 November 2003 | Xybernaut(R) Corporation
    Xybernaut and Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics to Develop Mobile/Wearable Computing Solutions; China's Aerospace Industry Priority Target FAIRFAX, Va.--Nov. 25, 2003--Xybernaut(R) Corporation (Nasdaq:XYBR) and the Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (Beihang) today announced that they will conduct joint research and development of mobile/wearable computing, and its application to the commercial and government sectors in the People's Republic of China (PRC). Under terms of the agreement, Xybernaut and Beihang will establish a National Center of Competence for Wearable Technology for research, development and deployment of Xybernaut technologies and their applications throughout the PRC. Xybernaut will provide technologies, know-how and...
  • UPI Hears for March 27:Pakistan secretly transferred F-16 to China for reverse engineering.

    03/30/2002 7:29:39 PM PST · by milestogo · 30 replies · 781+ views
    The good news is that the Pakistan Air Force has finally phased out its 36-year-old U.S.-supplied F-6 aircraft and inducted a fleet of 22 F-7PG jets, newly acquired from China over the past three months. The bad news is that China's F-7 (although much modernized, and beefed up with a MiG-29 engine) is basically a venerable Soviet-era MiG-21 Fishbed, which first flew in 1955. With more than 8,000 produced, the MiG-21 remains by far the most popular combat aircraft of the jet age. China has been producing the F-7 for even longer than the Pakistanis have had the old F-6...