Entries Tagged as 'Sara Carter'
April 4th, 2012 · Comments Off
1st Lieutenant Joshua Waddell (USMC) was given an unsatisfactory fitness report because he followed orders and went after a known terrorist. The military feels that civilians could have been harmed in the operation to capture this terrorist and therefore Lt. Waddell should not have pursued the man, yet this man planted IEDs throughout Afghanistan with no regard for civilian life. Sara Carter explains how the Rules of Engagement are increasingly being set by our enemies instead of our military leadership. Congress is now working on the Waddell Bill which would establish a three person review board, in country, to review these cases before they end up in a soldiers file and thereby ruining careers. Since when is it wrong to go after terrorists?
The Arab Spring is becoming less about democracy and freedom and more about radical Islam coming to power. KT McFarland elaborates on the notion that countries in which the US played an active role after their revolution, were more likely to become democratic and proper. Should the US push for a greater role in the future of countries like Egypt?
The New York City MTA allowed a pro-Palestinian ad, which denounces Israel, to be publically displayed in the NYC subway system yet they denied a pro-Israeli ad which they deemed as demeaning. Promoting jihad is acceptable, but promoting democracy is demeaning? Robert Muise is helping to sue the NYC MTA over violation of first amendment rights because he feels the MTA made gave this ad a public forum and therefore must also provide a public forum for an opposing advertisement. Is this another form of the stealth jihad?
The current congressional representative of Maryland’s 8th district has some questionable ties to Tehran and the Iranian regime. Ken Timmerman will be trying to take incumbent Chris Van Hollen’s seat in the 8th congressional district this November because he is tired of seeing Iranian lobbyists influencing member of Congress. What has Chris Van Hollen done in support of Iran?
Tags: Uncategorized · Sara Carter · Ken Timmerman · KT McFarland · Robert Muise
February 22nd, 2012 · Comments Off
The United States is more afraid of an Israeli first strike against Iran, than it is of an Iranian nuclear weapon. Former UN Ambassador John Bolton weighs in on the risks and perils of an Israeli pre-emptive strike on Iran and the backlash that could resonate throughout the Middle East. The current administration believes that it can contain and deter a nuclear Iran therefore they are focusing on preventing an Israeli first strike. If we let Iran arm itself with nuclear weapons are we giving a license to other countries in the Middle East to build nuclear weapons? Ambassador Bolton then moves on the possibility of negotiations with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, who are still holding American hostages. Should the United States negotiate with Sharia adherent organizations?
Jim Hanson gives his read on the apology the U.S. is delivering to the Karzai government and the Afghani people over the incident of burning Qurans, which were being used to send messages between prisoners. Does this apology send a message of weakness to the Taliban and other radicals? What message does this send to the soldiers on the ground? Jim then points out the gravity of the consequences of the sequestration cuts that the current administration is planning to implement on the defense department as well as the general morale of the troops that will have to work under these constraints.
Sara Carter enlightens us on the situation in Iran. The bank sanctions against Iran are failing to deter Iran from becoming a nuclear power and just recently the IAEA is no longer welcomed within Iran for nuclear inspections. How is the administration reacting to this growing threat? Sara also speaks about the threat of a pre-emptive strike from Israel against Iran and how it would change the dynamics of the Middle East. Obama feels he can control a nuclear Iran easier than an Iran that has just been attacked by Israel. According to NATO the Taliban is poised to rule Afghanistan after the U.S. troops leave. Should we have given our exit strategy away to the Taliban?
Representative Fred Upton analyzes the Key Stone Pipeline and the steps that are being taken to keep the pipeline alive. This privately built $7 billion pipeline between Canada and United States would create more than 100,000 jobs indirectly and over 20,000 jobs directly; then why has the President pulled back his support from this project? Congressman Upton then directs his focus on the issue of cyber security and how we are on trying to prevent an EMP attack.
Tags: Uncategorized · Sara Carter · Jim Hanson · Amb. John Bolton · Rep. Fred Upton
April 7th, 2011 · Comments
Claudia Rosett analyzes the United Nations’ policies and how they conflict with American interests. Former federal agent, Michael Braun educates Americans on the drug trafficking in Venezuela as well as their ties with Iran and Hezbollah. Claire Berlinski brings to light the situation in Turkey and how the Islamist realignment there may affect US interests and security. A regular on the show, Sara Carter explains what a government shutdown would mean for our troops and our defense capabilities as a whole.
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Tags: Uncategorized · Sara Carter · Claudia Rosett · Claire Berlinski · Michael Braun
March 31st, 2011 · Comments
Gal Luft discusses the president’s speech on energy security. Next, Roger Noriega from the American Enterprise Institute, analyzes the growing threat from Venezuela as well as the mounting threat from terrorism, arms dealing, China and Russia within the region. Then, Doug Feith of the Hudson Institute explains how the president’s Libyan policy has the consent of foreign entities, but not of the American congress. Finally, Sara Carter looks at how the Libyan campaign is affecting the American troops.
Tags: Uncategorized · Sara Carter · Gal Luft · Doug Feith
March 25th, 2011 · Comments
Dr. Walid Phares analyzes the turbulent developments across the Middle East and what they mean to American security. Then, Sara Carter gives her take on the implications of operations in Libya as they refer to the Pentagon as well as the porous southern border of America.
Tags: Sara Carter · Walid Phares
March 17th, 2011 · Comments
Sara Cater discusses Pakistan in the aftermath of the release of Raymond Davis. Next, Monica Crowley discusses CAIR and the Muslim Brotherhood’s threats of Sharia and how China will try to increase their power in the region by taking advantage of the current crisis in Japan. Then, Jeremy Rabkin, author of “Law Without Nations,” discusses Secretary Clinton’s press release trying to excuse the president from taking action against Libya because the US needs international permission and how the Obama Administration has decided to release the internet to work on its own without government regulation. Finally, Andy McCarthy, author of “Grand Jihad,” gives his insights on the brutal massacre of an Israeli family. All that and more on this St. Patrick’s Day edition of Secure Freedom Radio.
Tags: Uncategorized · Sara Carter · Andy McCarthy · Jeremy Rabkin · Monica Crowley
March 10th, 2011 · Comments
Today on Secure Freedom Radio with Frank Gaffney, Frank and Dr. Tawfik Hamid discuss Congressman King’s hearings. Next, Christian Whiton, of DC International Advisory, discusses Libya, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. Finally, Sara Carter discusses an event honoring an assassinated Christian cabinet minister in Pakistan and changes to Pentagon leadership.
Tags: Uncategorized · Sara Carter · christian whiton · Tawfik Hamid
March 3rd, 2011 · Comments
Today on Secure Freedom Radio with Frank Gaffney, Frank and former firefighter Tim Brown of The Bravest, discuss a press event held at the White House along with the threat of Sharia and its adherence here in America. Next, Andy McCarthy discusses Islamophobia and the transformation of Muammar al-Qaddafi from enemy to friend back to enemy. Then, Clare Lopez discusses Iran and the future of Saudi Arabia. Finally, Sara Carter discusses a no-fly zone over Libya, the loss of US servicemen in a recent terrorist attack in Germany and the Bradley Manning case.
Tags: Uncategorized · Sara Carter · Andy McCarthy · Tim Brown · Clare Lopez
February 24th, 2011 · Comments
Today on Frank Gaffney’s Secure Freedom Radio, Frank and Douglas Murray of the Centre for Social Cohesion, discuss the implementation of Sharia in Europe and the United States. Then, Jeff Kueter from the Marshall Institute discusses space and the future weakening of the American industrial base. Finally, the Washington Examiner’s Sara Carter discusses the protests in Libya, potential problems unfolding throughout the region, the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and pirates in Somalia.
Tags: Uncategorized · Sara Carter · Douglas Murray · Jeff Kueter
February 18th, 2011 · Comments
Today on Frank Gaffney’s Secure Freedom Radio, Frank and Sara Carter discuss what is happening in our hemisphere, namely China’s interest in Colombia and the murder of an ICE agent in Mexico. Then, Claudia Rosett discusses what is next in the United Nations. Finally, Bill Gertz discusses America’s disarming as the Chinese threat grows.
Tags: Uncategorized · Sara Carter · Claudia Rosett · Bill Gertz