With Congressman Michael Turner, Hans von Spakovsky, Daniel Pipes, Diana West.
Congressman Michael Turner of Ohio's 10th district lays out a detailed case for why the absence of a sound missile defense strategy is hurting the United States.
Hans von Spakovsky of the Heritage Foundation goes over the IG report detailing racial bias at the Department of Justice that was encouraged by Thomas Perez, Obama's nominee for Secretary of Labor.
Daniel Pipes, president of the Middle East Forum, explains the threat of anarchy that overshadows Egypt at the moment, which strongly breaks with its 20th century tradition.
Diana West, author of Death of the Grown-Up, talks about the strong relationship between the leader of the Syrian rebels and Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated groups in the U.S.
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SETH CROPSEY of the Hudson Institute and former Deputy Undersecretary of the Navy, weighs the increasing threats and instability in the Pacific with the corresponding sequestration cuts to Naval forces.
Dr. PETER PHAM of the Atlantic Council enumerates the failure of the U.S. to compete for economic, political, and military influence in Africa in terms of accelerated Chinese influence in that space.
HANS VON SPAKOVSKY of the Heritage Foundation discusses a ponderous report by the Justice Department’s inspector general with allegations of misconduct by Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez who is the President’s current nominee for Labor Secretary.
ANDREW MCCARTHY, author of Spring Fever, explains the strategic blunder by Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu in yielding to pressure by the U.S. president to apologize for enforcing a legal naval blockade barring aid to terrorist group Hamas.
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