DENISE SIMON is a Senior Research / Intelligence Analyst for Foreign and Domestic Policy for numerous flag officers and intelligence organizations.

Her blog, Founders Code is considered by many to be the "go to source" for ahead-of-the-curve information.

In addition to her up the minute blog, Denise hosts her own weekly radio show, "The Denise Simon Experience".  Her radio show can be heard on Talk America Radio, WDDQ - Talk 92.1FM, WJHC - Talk 1075.FM and other terrestrial and Internet based radio networks.

Denise Simon’s impressive list of special guests include Kris “Tanto” Paranto, Jack Abramoff, LTG Tom McInerney, MG Paul Vallely, Alex Holstein, Jason Mattera, Charles Faddis, Charles Ortel, Claire M. Lopez, Robert Grenier, Tim Furnish, Tom Wyld, Johnny Walker, David Gaubatz and Allen West.

Denise is a regular guest / analyst on the nationally syndicated radio show, "The Captain's America - First Watch" (hosted by Matt Bruce) as well as on Cowboy Logic Radio.

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The Latest from DENISE SIMON...

China is Bullying India and Australia over Maldives for Silk Road

photo China is bullying India, Australia and the United States to change the balance of power globally. Anyone paying attention? Related reading: Indian Ocean Geopolitical Contest in the Spotlight Maldives crisis: China sends a naval task force to muscle India, Australia out of power game CHINA is muscling its way into Australia’s backyard. With an island paradise deep in crisis, the superpower sees a chance. CHINESE warships have entered the Indian Ocean, marking a significant shift in regional power. They’re there to keep India away from Beijing’s interests in the strife-torn Maldive Islands. And their presence has implications for Australia. Naval posturing is nothing new. Gunboat diplomacy has been a major player in great power games of thrones for centuries. But it is odd for it to be played out so close to home. A scattering of pristine coral islands in the Indian Ocean is becoming the next flash point ...
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5 Former Venezuelan Officials Charged, Money Laundering/Bribery

5 former government officials from Venezuela charged in Houston federal court with money laundering scheme involving foreign bribery Criminal complaint is here. Some of the vendors lived in the United States, the DOJ said, or owned and controlled businesses incorporated and based in the United States. The defendants allegedly laundered some of the bribe money through real estate transactions and other investments in the U.S. The indictment alleges two PDVSA vendors sent over $27 million in bribe payments to an account in Switzerland. De Leon and Villalobos controlled the account. Some of the money went to another “foreign official” who wasn’t named in the indictment. That’s the basis for the FCPA conspiracy charges against De Leon and Villalobos. Related reading: Venezuela’s PDVSA: The World’s Worst Oil Company photo HOUSTON — Five former government officials from Venezuela were charged Monday for allegedly participating in an international money laundering scheme involving bribes ...
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Illegals Using Fake or Stolen Social Security Cards 3.4 million by 2040

ICE Boston and US Attorney announce sentencings in major document and benefit fraud cases   photo BOSTON – ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Boston and the U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts announced the sentencing in federal court yesterday of several Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles clerks for their role in a scheme to produce false identification documents. David Brimage, 46, of Boston, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Leo T. Sorokin to eight months in prison and two years of supervised release. In October 2017, Brimage and co-conspirators Evelyn Medina, 56; Annette Gracia, 37, both of Boston; Kimberly Jordan, 33, of Randolph; and Bivian Yohanny Brea, 41, of Boston, agreed to plead guilty to one count of producing without lawful authority an identification document or a false identification document. All of the defendants have now been sentenced. “Today’s sentencing highlights the HSI Document and Benefit Fraud Task Force’s continued vigilance ...
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Estimating the Costs of Cyber Attacks Against the U.S., Billions

photo Cyberattacks cost the United States between $57 billion and $109 billion in 2016 The report published by the White House Council of Economic Advisers examines the cyberattacks cost that malicious cyber activities cause to the U.S. economy. Paganini: How much cost cyber attacks to the US? According to a report published by the White House Council of Economic Advisers last week, the cyberattacks cost between $57 billion and $109 billion in 2016, and things can go worse in the future. “This report examines the substantial economic costs that malicious cyber activity imposes on the U.S. economy. Cyber threats are ever-evolving and may come from sophisticated adversaries. Due to common vulnerabilities, instances of security breaches occur across firms and in patterns that are difficult to anticipate.” states the report. “Firms in critical infrastructure sectors may generate especially large negative spillover effects into the wider economy.” The report analyzed the impact of ...
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Diplomacy to Address Russian Olympic and War Cheating and Lies?

C’mon really? The Russians cheat, steal and lie. Why would any Western ally trust any part of the Kremlin or operatives dispatched worldwide? Russian nefarious ‘active measure’ plots are global and so easy to achieve. The question is why? The International Olympic Committee is no exception when it comes to going easy on Russia, buckling to pressure from Moscow. Russia has made legitimate and clean athletes in the games a mockery. The IOC was forced to defend its decision to include Russian athletes in these Pyeongchang Games on Monday morning after curler Alexander Krushelnytsky reportedly failed a drug test, jeopardizing the bronze medal he won last week in mixed doubles and inviting increased scrutiny on the IOC’s handling of the situation. photo First: a Russia-linked group calling itself “Fancy Bears” published a set of apparently stolen emails. They purportedly belong to officials from the International Olympic Committee, the United States ...
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13 Russians Indicted, Election Interference

Hoorah for Rosenstein and Mueller! Rosenstein: “No Allegations That Any American Had Any Knowledge” Of Russian Election Influence Operation The Department of Justice indictment is here. Internet Research Agency, St. Petersburg, Russia NBC The Department of Justice has issued charges against 13 Russian nationals involved with the Internet Research Agency, an organization at the center of fake news and trolling during the 2016 presidential election. The US Justice Department has filed charges against 13 Russian nationals and three Russian groups for interfering with the 2016 presidential election. In an indictment released on Friday (.pdf), the Justice Department called out the Internet Research Agency, a notorious group behind the Russian propaganda effort across social media. Employees for the agency created troll accounts and used bots to prop up arguments and sow political chaos during the 2016 presidential campaign. Facebook, Twitter and Google have struggled to deal with fake news, trolling campaigns ...
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U.S Ethics Office: we know how to rebuild the public’s trust

Ah what? Keeping Our Oath February 5, 2018 When we become public servants– custodians of the people’s government–we take an oath. We take an oath to faithfully perform our duties, an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. The success of our Constitution, the success of our government, depends on the trust of the people that we serve. Today, our fellow citizens are suspicious of their government. A recent Transparency International report found that a clear majority of the American People think that corruption is getting worse.1 Fortunately, we know how to rebuild the public’s trust. We build their trust by doing our jobs, faithfully. We build their trust by acting solely for the public good and eliminating conflicts of interests. We build their trust by telling the truth. The good news is that most of you are carrying out the people’s business with honor and ...
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List of Companies, Amicus Brief Against Trump’s Sanctuary City Policy

The Senate defeated a GOP proposal based on President Donald Trump’s immigration framework.
The plan would have offered a path to citizenship for “Dreamers” and increased border security while also cutting legal immigration.
The vote was 39-60, with 60 votes needed for approval. I say GOOD. It was fraught with loopholes and the actual number of illegals in question remained unknown. Meanwhile, there is more going on with the whole sanctuary city thing. Hold on, you wont like this. In 2017, State Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra on Wednesday filed a brief in support of a Santa Clara County lawsuit challenging President Trump’s executive order targeting “sanctuary” cities that refuse to help federal authorities enforce immigration laws. The amicus brief cites Trump’s threat to withhold federal funds from sanctuary cities and counties as well as the state’s interest in protecting state laws and policies that promote public safety and protect the constitutional ...
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Where is the Legislation/Law Mandating Against Cyber Intrusions?

No one in Washington DC or media talks about the ever constant cyber attacks against all things United States. There have been countless hearings on The Hill about Russian operations against the election architecture in the United States as well as other allied countries. While Russia is one of the top threats, Iran and North Korea are also guilty, yet China likely ranks number two behind Russia. So, anti-Trump people inside the Beltway blame the Trump White House for the lack of leadership on the issue(s) especially when it comes to protections on the voter-roll databases at the state level and the learning curve of vulnerabilities of the voting machines themselves. So…where are these lawmakers and the bills they have introduced for debate, committee and eventual passage in both Houses of Congress anyway? Who is protecting data across the board, our data? Where is the Department of Homeland Security and ...
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22 Agencies Trump’s Proposed Budget Eliminates

Only 22? C’mon POTUS….there are thousands… How about Alhurra TV? Or Mediation and Conciliation Service, Presidio Trust, National Mediation Board? photo President Trump on Monday unveiled his budget proposal for the 2019 fiscal year, which makes significant cuts to some federal agencies and projects as part of an effort to slash the federal deficit by $3 trillion over the next 10 years. As part of that effort, Trump has proposed eliminating funding for several agencies, grant programs and institutes. While lawmakers are unlikely to enact most of Trump’s proposal, here’s a look at some of the centers and agencies the White House wants to abolish. 1. The McGovern-Dole International Food for Education, which donates agricultural commodities and financial assistance to carry out school feeding programs in foreign countries. 2. The Rural Business and Cooperative Service, which provides loans, grants and payments intended to increase opportunities in rural communities. 3. The Economic Development Administration, which provides ...
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Denise is a daily guest / analyst on The Scott James Morning Show, heard weekdays on WDDQ - Talk 92.1FM, WJHC - Talk 107.5FM and Talk America Radio.

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Denise is also a regular guest / analyst on The Captain's America - Third Watch, hosted by Matt Bruce.

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