With Pat Caddell, Lt. Col. Ralph Peters, Alice Linahan, and Fred Fleitz
Columnist PAT CADDELL gives his take on the Benghazi attack and Obama’s failures to not only adequately protect the consulate, but to respond once the attack occurred.
LT. COL. RALPH PETERS (USA Ret.) analyzes Obama’s foreign policy failures, which seems to outweigh his successes. He explains how the United States is not safer, but more vulnerable since Obama took office.
ALICE LINAHAN of Women on the Wall discusses her group’s work to educate women on issues of national security and what impact that might have on the upcoming election.
FRED FLEITZ of LIGNET explains al-Qaeda’s sabotage efforts in the Middle East, as well as Israel’s efforts to slow down Iran’s nuclear production.
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PAT CADDELL stops by the show to talk with Frank about last night’s first Presidential debate between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama and what it means for national security. They also speculate on the upcoming debate focusing on foreign policy.
DR. MARK SCHNEIDER of the National Institute for Public Policy discusses how the Soviet Union, and now Russia, continuously undermine arms control treaties with the US. He explains how Russia blatantly violates these treaties in order to gain an advantage against the US because they know America follows the terms of such treaties.
MATT BOYLE from the Daily Caller talks with Frank about the drug cartels of Mexico and the capture of two high-ranking cartel members ‘El Diego’ and, more recently, ‘El Taliban.’ Boyle also talks about the Fast and Furious debacle as well as the future of the U.S. War on Drugs.
Hoover Institute analyst KORI SCHOCKE takes a look at last night’s presidential debate in which Obama had no answers for his dismal record as president.
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