CHRISTINE BRIM of the Center for Security Policy addresses the economic implications of the defense sequestration cuts. In a new report, she focuses on the millions of dollars towns across America will lose if these cuts go into affect.
CLIFF KINCAID from America's Survival explains how a prominent member of the Republican party, who once fought against Communism, is now blind to the threat poised by radical Islam. There could be evidence that he has been co-opted by these very Islamists.
Activist KODY KNESS explains how the Sudanese government is unjustly holding his colleague in an undisclosed location because he spoke out against the tyrannical North Sudanese regime.
Latin America analyst ROGER NORIEGA talks about Ecuador granting Julian Assange asylum, yet the British government might not give him the opportunity to reach Ecuador.
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Could America’s push for Turkey’s acceptance in the European Union lead to a greater Islamic influence in the Union? Diana West, Washington Times columnist, discusses this weekend’s upcoming elections in Turkey, a nation whose recent secularization may be misleading as she asserts its tendency to “slide into default Islamic Shariah culture.” Diana rejoins Frank for a second segment to chime in on Mordechai Kedar and David Yerushalmi’s study examining the advocacy of violence in American Mosques. Cliff Kincaid, President of America’s Survival, argues that associations in Secretary of Defense nominee Leon Panetta’s background should be examined, in light of his ties with Communist party member Hugh DeLacy. Bill Gertz, author of “Inside the Ring” at The Washington Times, updates Frank on the Panetta hearings, outgoing Secretary Robert Gates, and the possibility of a “reclama” to resuscitate the best jet in the world, the F-22 in the defense budget.
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