Archive for the 'Peter Pry' Category

Richard Miniter guest hosts.

Dr. PETER VINCENT PRY, president of EMPACT America, explains the ways that terrorists and hostile nations like North Korea could get a nuclear bomb or an EMP into the US, and what devastating impacts that would likely have.

ALANA GOODMAN, writer at the Washington Free Beacon, reports on the attempt by Bin Laden’s son-in-law’s defense attorneys to use sequestration as an excuse for delaying his trial on terrorism charges.

CLIFFORD MAY of Foundation for Defense of Democracies reflects on the lack of groups coming forward to take credit for the Boston terrorist attack, and puts it in the historical context of past atrocities.

LUIS FLEISCHMAN, author of the upcoming book Latin America in the Post-Chavez Era, discusses the role that Cuba played in the "triumph" of Chavisto candidate Nicolas Maduro in the recent Venezuelan election, and what role the island nation plays as a symbol of anti-Americanism in Latin America more broadly.

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Professor PAUL KENGOR of Grove City College reflects on the life and legacy of Margaret Thatcher, and why her combined foreign and domestic accomplishments arguably made her the greatest Prime Minister of Great Britain in the 20th century.

As the Senate’s “Gang of Eight” reportedly nears a deal on immigration reform, the Center for Immigration Studies’ MARK KRIKORIAN describes how the UK Labour Party used immigration in the 2000s as a means to get payback  against Margaret Thatcher’s scaling back of socialism in Great Britain.

Former federal prosecutor ANDY McCARTHY discusses the legal quandaries that will arrive with trying terrorists, such as Osama Bin Laden’s son-in-law, in U.S. criminal courts.

Dr. PETER PRY, executive director of the Taskforce on National and Homeland Security, talks about the likelihood of North Korea choosing to—and succeeding in—launching an EMP attack.

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