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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 Major Scott Huesing, USMC, Ret., 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 https://founderscode.com/dating-my-baby-daddy/.

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Anyone old enough to remember the sin taxes? Well seems California has proposed to take it to a whole new level and to aid the poor…use cell phones…..didn’t the Federal government do that with the Obama-phones? Anyone remember taxation without representation? Oh, just an archaic notion anymore. SACRAMENTO, CA (NBC NEWS) — California residents may soon have to pay a tax on texting. According to KNTV, the public utilities commission is floating the idea to help fund programs that give low-income residents access to cell phones. It’s not clear how much the texting tax would be or how it would be collected. Several business groups have come out against the proposal. One business group says the program is flush with cash. But state regulators say the program is breaking the bank after the budget for the program has been raised 300 million dollars in six years. The wireless industry says the ...
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Yellow Vest Protests Getting Worse

The protests began in Paris and continue where some real violence is reported. 2000 people have been arrested from this past weekend and to date, the damage from the protests have reached an estimated $1 billion. Where is Macron? That is a good question.
    France 24 is reporting that this movement which began mobilizing in Facebook against increases in fuel taxes has spread to Belgium and the Netherlands. We cannot omit Canada in all of this.    In Calgary, more than 100 protesters, some accompanied by dogs also decked out in yellow vests, chanted “No Trudeau. No Trudeau” outside of city hall. Some yelled “String him up,” others yelled “traitor.” “They hate our country and they hate our way of life,” yelled one speaker through a megaphone, to cheers and whistles, not specifying who “they” are. Calgary police said the rally was peaceful and no protesters were ...
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US Treasury’s Evidence Iran and Russia Cooperating in Syria

The U.S. Treasury Department sanctioned nine targets last week related to an illicit oil network between Iran and Russia. “We are acting against a complex scheme Iran and Russia have used to bolster the [Bashar] Assad regime and generate funds for Iranian malign activity,” said Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. “Central Bank of Iran officials continue to exploit the international financial system, and in this case even used a company whose name suggests a trade in humanitarian goods as a tool to facilitate financial transfers supporting this oil scheme. “The United States is committed to imposing a financial toll on Iran, Russia and others for their efforts to solidify Assad’s authoritarian rule, as well as disrupt the Iranian regime’s funding of terrorist organizations,” he added. Experts said this move was crucial in combating the Iranian threat. “The scheme uncovered by the Treasury Department shows just how closely Iran and Russia are ...
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Meanwhile, Some Interesting Items in the El Chapo Trial Revealed

First, the judge in the case had to essentially shut down one particular witness as he explained the bribes and payoffs to Mexican officials, top Mexican law enforcement officers and even the president elect of Mexico. Ruh roh….lots of money, lots of bribes and lots of denials. So…the judge had to hold and redact some testimony on sidebars to keep it from the jury. “I’m not sure, but it was a few million dollars,” Zambada Garcia replied. “It was paid to him because it was said he was going to be the next secretary of security, and if so it would be for our protection.” Within minutes, Gabriel Regino Garcia, a professor of criminology at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, tweeted out a fierce denial. “It’s false that during my exercise of public service, I received any bribe from on behalf of the witness Jesus Zambada,” he wrote. Lopez ...
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Does Sen. Gillibrand Know this About ICE?

In recent days, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand while wanting to shut down ICE and ‘re-imagine’ the agency has tweeted about silencing women, children with mothers not being allowed to cross the border illegally and then about how real climate change is, perhaps should have her staff research a little further on the duties and work that ICE performs. Back in July, Senator Gillibrand declared that when the Democrats assume control of Congress, abolishing ICE is the first thing they should do. Well how about counterfeit goods and websites? Seems she and her staff have no clue. WASHINGTON – More than 1 million copyright-infringing website domain names selling counterfeit automotive parts, electrical components, personal care items and other fake goods were criminally and civilly seized in the past year through the combined efforts of law-enforcement agencies across the world, high-profile industry representatives and anti-counterfeiting associations. The ongoing intellectual property ...
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Facts on CARA and Pueblo Sin Fronteras

In Spring 2018, hundreds of migrants from Central America approached the U.S.-Mexico border seeking asylum in the United States and threatening to enter illegally if their request was denied. Pueblo Sin Fronteras organized the caravan in conjunction with the CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Project.[24] [25] The CARA coalition consists of the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, the American Immigration Council, the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association, all groups advocating for legal status for illegal immigrants and expanded immigration overall.[26]  These organizations have been funded by a number of major left-of-center grantmaking foundations, including the Open Society Foundations, MacArthur Foundation, Ford Foundation, and Carnegie Corporation of New York. [27] The caravan eventually halted in Mexico City on April 4 instead of reaching the United States border.[28] In a press release released by Pueblo Sin Fronteras on March 23, 2018, the group “demand[ed]” ...
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Salafi Jihadists, More Today than Ever

Despite the Islamic State’s loss of territory in Iraq and Syria, an increasingly diffuse Salafi-jihadist movement is far from defeated. This report constructs a data set of groups and fighters from 1980 to 2018, including from the Islamic State and al-Qaeda. It finds that the number of Salafi-jihadists in 2018 declined somewhat from a high in 2016, but is still at near-peak levels since 1980. The regions with the largest number of fighters are Syria (between 43,650 and 70,550 fighters), Afghanistan (between 27,000 and 64,060), Paki­stan (between 17,900 and 39,540), Iraq (between 10,000 and 15,000), Nigeria (between 3,450 and 6,900), and Somalia (between 3,095 and 7,240). Attack data indicates that there are still high lev­els of violence in Syria and Iraq from Salafi-jihad­ist groups, along with significant violence in such countries and regions as Yemen, the Sahel, Nigeria, Afghan­istan, and So­malia. These findings suggest that there is a large pool ...
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New Committee Chair Cummings has 64 Subpoenas for Trump

Yup, Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings will become the Oversight Committee Chairman in the new Congress and he has readied 64 subpoenas for Trump and his family over conflicting business deals, the hotel and more. Meanwhile, the democrats are likely going to work to cut funding for the military, ICE and DHS. They will advance legislation to move the Federal minimum wage to $15.00 an hour and will continue to bail out health insurers to save Obamacare. Ah but this democrat agenda can become more contentious and nasty if the democrats want to play a legal warfare game as the republicans can take some major counter-measures. Of course none of this is really good for the country but as President Trump declared more than once, we will restore law and order and those who violated law should in fact receive a consequence. So, what should the republicans consider?

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400 Left the Caravan and Arrive in Tijuana

Defense Secretary Mattis will spend Wednesday visiting the border. Customs and Border Patrol said it will close lanes at the San Ysidron and Otay Mesa crossing to allow the Department of Defense to install barbed wire and position barricades and fencing in the Tijuana region of Baja, California. The lead or first caravan is expected to arrive in an estimated two weeks with at least three other caravans are making progress heading north in Mexico. More details here. Meanwhile, Ami Horowitz who is an onsite investigative journalist is traveling with and reporting on the real facts of the caravan. Horowitz has a vast resume of these kinds of investigations on his resume that include corruption at the United Nations and he also travel by boat with Syrian refugees arriving in Greece. During this adventure by Ami Horowitz he found the following facts: 90-95% are males in the caravan. There ...
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Need Your Help on the Feres Doctrine

Prepare for a little work on your part, it is a fight we need to win. Reckless medical care, malpractice or malfeasance in the civilian world includes lawsuits and the removal of medical licenses. In the military….any and all active or former military service members can take NO action due to the Feres Doctrine. OUTRAGEOUS photo In 2002, the Senate Judiciary Committee had a hearing to amend the Feres Doctrine or to at least include waiver language. It went no where. You can read about that hearing at this link and see who was on the committee at the time. This has nothing to do with the VA, these are military hospitals wherever they are across the world. The military has sovereign immunity. From an article in 2017: Under the Feres doctrine, service members are categorically banned from filing suits for harm incurred while on duty. Period, end of story ...
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