With Cliff May, Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, Paul Kengor, and Gordon Chang.
President of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies CLIFF MAY analyzes US/Afghanistan relations, Iran's imperialistic goals, and Syria's continuing collapse.
ELISABETH SABADITSCH-WOLFF, free speech advocate and president of the ACT! for America Austrian chapter, reports on her experiences at the recent conference held by the UN Alliance of Civilizations, an organization working closely with the OIC to limit freedom or speech supposedly in the name of religious acceptance.
Professor PAUL KENGOR of Grove City College reflects back on the importance of Ronald Reagan's "evil empire" speech 30 years later, and explains the importance that it still has today. Namely, that like communism, radical Islamism is committing evil and democracies should not be afraid to point it out.
GORDON CHANG, from forbes.com, explains how China is playing double games between the US and North Korea and how they are hoping to force the US out of Asia to intimidate Japan into surrendering contested territory.