Past Features

August 7, 2017

Michelle Malkin Investigates...
The Border

Glenn Spencer explains to Michelle Malkin that his new drone is named after the Greek god Hermes in charge of things that cross borders. Malkin watched Hermes intercept “suspected” border crossers.
Glenn Spencer -- August 7, 2017
This should be very interesting
    It has been a long time in coming, but finally a real journalist with nation-wide reach has come to American Border Patrol's border ranch, and there couldn't have been anyone better than Michelle Malkin.
    I spent Sunday with Michelle and her large TV crew, and it went perfectly, with our new drone, HERMES, directed by SEIDARM, performing perfectly.
    As a reporter for the Los Angeles Daily News, Michelle interviewed me in my Sherman Oaks home back in 1994. She knows all about my history in California --- and I am proud of that history.
    Michelle showed real interest in SEIDARM, the technology I and Mike King invented. No wonder --- she wrote a book about American inventors.
 Who Built That --- by Michelle Malkin
    "Firebrand conservative columnist, commentator, Internet entrepreneur, and #1 New York Times bestselling author Michelle Malkin tells the fascinating, little-known stories of the inventors who have contributed to American exceptionalism and technological progress."
    This was a no-holds-barred interview, ranging far-and-wide, including the politics of the border as practiced in the Washington, D.C. swamp.
    Michelle left with a boatload of great footage --- and stories --- that will no doubt take time to piece it together, but, when she is finished, what she has to say should be very interesting.