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A suspected operative for Al Qaeda has been bumped up to head up the terror networks global operations.

The frightening part of this is that 35 year old Adnan El Shukrijumah lived in the United States for MORE THAN 15 YEARS!

VP for Homeland Security for the National Graduate School - Dr. David McIntyre spoke to Jim at WTAG.

He says there's good news and bad news:

"The good news - is that we really have - with the missile strikes and intelligence - been working our way down the list"...

...and the bad news:

"The bad news is that the some of the younger people have a much wider variety of experiences than the older guys who used to be at the top - and so now we're dealing with a person who's really is comfortable in moving within our culture - perhaps comfortable in reading and understanding the way we think.  And so - I'm not so worried about oh he knows where the targets are in the United States. I'm much more concerned about whether or not he has a feel for what motivates us - what we respond to. And I noticed that right away they trotted out his mom to tell us what a great guy he is."

The FBI is offering up to a 5 million dollar reward for information leading to his capture.

...buzzing on:

China - developing a new missile - threatening to put an end to US dominance at sea!

"What they claim to have developed is a missile - that launch from the ground - can fly 1,000 miles - it's a ballistic missile - so it travels very quickly - and unusually be able to hit - with such accuracy a moving target - in this case an aircraft carrier."

That was Richard Weitz - Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute - speaking with affiliate WSYR in Syracuse.

Final testing on the missile are expected this year.

...and the news keeps buzzing:

The Senate approving another 600 million dollars for border security...

Senior Fellow in Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute Ilya Shapiro spoke to Tony at WHAS - who wanted to know: Is this a band aid reaction for the Arizona law?

"Absolutely - this is to protect some political hit the Administration and the Congress has taken."

The money would be used to beef up the number of enforcement agents on the border and to deploy unmanned aerial drones to improve border surveillance.

I'm Jessica Curtis - and that's your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.