Ron Brown's Indonesia trip

by Charles Smith -- In November, 1994, the late Ron Brown led a U.S. business trade mission to Indonesia. Documentation on that mission, recently obtained using the Freedom of Information Act, shows more…

Ron Brown -- arms dealer

by Charles Smith -- Newly declassified documents from the hidden files of former Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown show that Brown was directly involved in U.S. arms exports to Asia. The documents more…

Lost in space

by Charles Smith -- The board of electronics missing from a fallen Loral satellite contains very special chips. The U.S. made chips are built to withstand the intense radiation of space and more…

No site check on China super-computer

by Charles Smith -- New documents show that the Clinton administration approved the export of a U.S. built super-computer to communist China without performing a required inspection of the PRC site. U.S. more…

The China-Pakistan missile cover-up

by Charles Smith -- In August, 1994, Ron Brown wrote a briefing document for Bernard Schwartz. That document is one of many from the withheld files of Ron Brown obtained by this more…

Webb Hubbell and the NSA

by Charles Smith -- Congressional investigators looking into the White House/China campaign scandal have discovered that convicted Whitewater figure, and former assistant attorney general, Webster Hubbell had access to national security secrets. more…

How China took White House

by Charles Smith -- In April 1994, U.S. Defense Secretary William Perry sat down with his Chinese counterpart, Gen. Ding Henggao of the People's Liberation Army. Together, Perry and Ding hammered out more…

Proof of trade trip sales

by Charles Smith -- Documents from the previously withheld files of Ron Brown confirm that President Clinton co-operated in the exchange of donations for trade trips with Ron Brown. The documents were more…

Arrows for the dragon

by Charles Smith -- Bernard Schwartz has donated over one million dollars to the DNC since 1993. In exchange for the massive donations, it is known that in 1994 Bernard Schwartz, chairman more…