Charlie Deist interviews Michael Ostrolenk: The Physiology of Freedom

Charlie Deist, filling in for Bob Zadek, interviews Michael Ostrolenk on The Bob Zadek Show. Below is Deist’s summary, and also find the interview on The Bob Zadek Show website.

Michael Ostrolenk is host of the #ORadio – a show exploring individual and social transformation. In this show, producer Charlie Deist asks Michael about his expertise in transpartisan politics, cybersecurity, the dangers of foreign meddling in elections, and the physiological component to disagreement.

Charlie Deist interviews Michael Ostrolenk: The Physiology of Freedom

Charlie Deist, filling in for Bob Zadek, interviews Michael Ostrolenk on The Bob Zadek Show. Below is Deist’s summary, and also find the interview on The Bob Zadek Show website.

Michael Ostrolenk is host of the #ORadio – a show exploring individual and social transformation. In this show, producer Charlie Deist asks Michael about his expertise in transpartisan politics, cybersecurity, the dangers of foreign meddling in elections, and the physiological component to disagreement.

Book Discussion “Information Warfare”

Information Warfare: The meme is the embryo of the narrative illusion James Scott, Co-Founder & Sr. Fellow, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT), Center for Center for Cyber-Influence Operations Studies (CCIOS) Michael Ostrolenk, Fellow, Center for Center for Cyber-Influence Operations Studies (CCIOS) – Facilitator

Book Discussion “Information Warfare”

Information Warfare: The meme is the embryo of the narrative illusion James Scott, Co-Founder & Sr. Fellow, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT), Center for Center for Cyber-Influence Operations Studies (CCIOS) Michael Ostrolenk, Fellow, Center for Center for Cyber-Influence Operations Studies (CCIOS) – Facilitator

Ostrolenk made a ‘Fellow’ at the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology

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Ostrolenk is excited to announce that he has been made a ‘Fellow’ at the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology new center – Center for Cyber-Influence Operations Studies (CCIOS). We work on – Information warfare and other forms of digitized propaganda [nation state, special interest groups], Psychological warfare, Political warfare and Other forms of perception steering.

Reinforcing Failure: The Acquisition of F-35s

Ostrolenk continues his conversation with Dan Grazier, Jack Shanahan Fellow with the Project on Government Oversight (POGO), on the F-35. The United States Government continues to purchase F-35s at an alarming rate, including plans to purchase 94 F-35s in fiscal year 2018, despite the fact that the design is incomplete, numerous operational issues have been identified, and the operational testing period has not yet started. The handling of the acquisition of F-35s runs in stark contrast to the A-10, which was purposely designed to be a ground attack aircraft, making it effective and well regarded. Now, with discussion not only for additional F-35 purchases, but the possibility of its replacing some A-10s, the American people should be concerned about the safety and effectiveness of their armed forces, as well as the waste of their taxpayer dollars.

To learn more about the F-35 and what the Project on Government Oversight, visit their website and read the following articles:

POGO website
F-35 Continues to Stumble
Congress Greases Flightpath for the F-35 Boondoggle
US Air Force must retrofit 108 F-35As
US considers non-combat-rated subset of F-35 fleet

The Inevitable War with China #FeinWisdom

Ostrolenk speaks with Bruce Fein on US-China relations following a spokesman for the Defense Ministry in China stating that war is inevitable if the US insists on preventing China from expanding its presence in the South China Islands. Under the guise of preventing China from “destabilizing the region,” the United States is again seeking to fight another country’s war. The United States should, Bruce insists, ask itself if it is truly in our national interest to risk our men and women for Japan’s interests.

To learn more about Bruce and his work, check out his website at:  www.brucefeinlaw.com, and his books: American Empire Before the Fall; Constitutional Peril: The Life and Death Struggle for Our Constitution and Democracy, or follow him on Twitter: @BruceFeinEsq

The Inevitable War with China #FeinWisdom

Ostrolenk speaks with Bruce Fein on US-China relations following a spokesman for the Defense Ministry in China stating that war is inevitable if the US insists on preventing China from expanding its presence in the South China Islands. Under the guise of preventing China from “destabilizing the region,” the United States is again seeking to fight another country’s war. The United States should, Bruce insists, ask itself if it is truly in our national interest to risk our men and women for Japan’s interests.

To learn more about Bruce and his work, check out his website at:  www.brucefeinlaw.com, and his books: American Empire Before the Fall; Constitutional Peril: The Life and Death Struggle for Our Constitution and Democracy, or follow him on Twitter: @BruceFeinEsq