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Rep. Thad McCootter, John Bradshaw, Gordon Chang

May 23rd, 2011 ·

Representative Thad McCotter of Michigan gives his analysis of the president’s remarks regarding the American relationship with Israel and the stealth jihad being waged by the Muslim Brotherhood.  John Bradshaw, of the Enough Project, explains human rights atrocities in Sudan and Congo. Gordon Chang gives an in-depth examination of India’s competitive business market and China’s hostility and belligerence as well as the growing turmoil within China’s single-party system.

Tags: Uncategorized · Gordon Chang · Rep. Thad McCotter · John Bradshaw

Rep. Thad McCotter, David Limbaugh, Jim Hanson

September 8th, 2010 ·

Today on Frank Gaffney's Secure Freedom Radio: Congressman Thad McCotter weighs in on the START 2 treaty, Iraq, and Iran.  Then David Limbaugh discusses his new book, Crimes Against Liberty. Finally, Jim Hanson of Blackfive.net and Bigpeace.com joins Frank to discuss how international treaties will effect America's right to bear arms.

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Tags: Uncategorized · Jim Hanson · Rep. Thad McCotter · David Limbaugh

Rep. Thad McCotter, Jim Hanson, Sen. James Inhofe

July 21st, 2010 ·

What of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan and her Harvard Law connections to Totalitarian Islamists?  Frank offers a serious perspective on the effects of this nomination to our national security.  Congressman Thad McCotter joins Frank in a discussion on the modern forms of appeasement in U.S. foreign policy in terms of accomodating the tyranical Iranian regime, North Korea, and more.  Jim Hanson from Bigpeace.com digs down on the consequence of William Arkin's Washington Post article which highlighted U.S. intelligence targets for all hostile foreign intelligence services.  In segment four, Senator James Inhofe brings a deeply informed perspective on the START 2 treaty.

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Tags: Uncategorized · Jim Hanson · Rep. Thad McCotter · Sen. James Inhofe