Archive for the 'Andy Bostom' Category

With Andy Bostom, Diana West, Paul Kengor, and Claudia Rosett

Today’s show focuses on the attack in Benghazi that left an American ambassador dead and many questions unanswered as to how the attack unfolded. Each guest tries to explain what happened that faithful night, both in Libya and Washington DC. What did the president know and when? Did he refuse to send aid to the consulate while it was under attack?

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With Fred Grandy, Andy Bostom, Diana West, and Bill Gertz

Former Congressman FRED GRANDY gives his take on Obama's speech last night and how the Republicans need to make national security a priority in the presidential election.

DR. ANDY BOSTOM of Brown University School of Medicine analyzes the impact Sharia law has had on our government and whether our president has been submitting to this Islamist ideology.

Journalist DIANA WEST gives her take on Sharia's influence in America and what the presidential election means for the future of American freedom.

BILL GERTZ of the Washington Times analyzes China's military buildup, especially their testing of ballistic missiles and the deployment of multiple warhead missiles.

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Andy Bostom, Brown university associate professor of medicine, author, and expert on counter terror threat doctrine, shares his expertise on Islamic law with its bearing on a recent court ruling against an Athiest’s freedom of speech in Pennsylvania, the Koran riots in Kabul, and the eschatology of the Iranian regime.

Bill Clinton’s former CIA, Jim Woolsey, director also weighs in on Iran with great detail about the nature of the regime and the beliefs of the factions there in.  He also makes sense of uranium enrichment reports and their significance for interpreting the timing of a potential weapons capability.  Jim makes sense of Iranian “prophecies” that calls for the return of the twelfth imam who will lead the battles that will end the world. He explains that the Iranian regime believes it is time for an epic battle between Iran and the Jews, and their allies, resulting in the destruction of the Jewish people and a new Iranian world order. Jim compares this notion of future world events with the Nazi beliefs of the 1930s. The American government has not been candid with its citizens as to the extent of the Iranian nuclear program and the threat it poses to global security.

Michael Rubin of the American Enterprise Institute begins without strong criticism of the President’s apology to Karzai and lays out the strategic distinction in this act from other infamous gestures of weakness to foreign leaders.   Rubin cuts beyond the Koran burning to the deep strategic issues on the ground that defines either failure or success in Afghanistan.   On the matter of arming Syrian rebels, there is a right way and a wrong one.  Without asking the right questions, the risk of arming Al Qaeda type Islamists is a real possibility.

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During the Cold War, the US implemented pre-emptive measures in order to protect the country’s national security. One of these measures included using Soviet intelligence assets such as Whittaker Chambers to deludge sensitive material. Andy Bostom joins Frank for two segments to talk about his new article, “Whittaker Chambers and Totalitarian Islam” and how the serious measures the US took in fighting Communism should also be applied in the fight against Shari’a. Next, Congressman Paul Gosar explains how he took a stand on U.S. foreign policy and successfully passed an amendment unanimously through the House of Representatives that stops the President from providing military funding to terrorist organizations such as the Muslim Brotherhood. Lastly, Jim Hanson discusses the US’s shaky relationship with Afghani military troops and the implications that pulling American troops out of the country will mean for the future of the nation.

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Jon Adler, 9/11 first responder, tries to answer where America goes after Osama bin Laden’s death. Raymond Ibrahim analyzes the fate of terrorism after the death of bin Laden. Andrew Bostom explains the American government’s willingness to adhere to Sharia or is there another explanation? Andy McCarthy explains Pakistan’s past links to terrorism and the probability of their innocence in knowing the location of bin Laden.

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