TOM COLE, Congressman of the 4th District of Oklahoma, discusses the recent change in U.S. policy with regards to the civil war in Syria and speaks towards the capability of the U.S. military after recent budget and training cuts.
JOHN HANNAH, of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, reflects on yesterday's announcement by the Obama administration that it considers the Syrian government to have crossed a "red line" through its use of chemical weapons.
FRED GRANDY, of the Center for Security Policy, talks about U.S. intervention in Syria and evaluates whether or not it is the right course of action to take. He also looks as the recently announced scandal within the State Department of government officials’ partaking in prostitutes, as well as the on going failure of the media to act as a governmental watch dog.
BILL GERTZ, of the Washington Free Beacon, analyzes the damage done by Edward Snowden’s release of classified information as well as looks to other matters of national security including; the recent Chinese submit, Chinese cyber attacks and the military and nuclear capabilities of the U.S.