Is the current administration’s practicing of “sloppy diplomacy” in Latin America a ploy reelection or an attempt to befriend our southern neighbors? Scott Cleland gives us an insight to his new book, Search & Destroy: Why You Can’t Trust Google, where he delves into Google’s monopoly on internet data. Cleland also enlightens us on the how Google’s Big Brother attitude could be a threat to our national security. Roger Noriega discusses the recent election in Peru, as well as the threat posed by the missile agreement between Iran and Hugo Chavez. Gordon Chang explores the Chinese government’s tightening of control and the move towards greater nationalization. Andy McCarthy reflects on the Presidential debate with remarks on Bachmann and Romney and if Congressional authorization is needed in Yemen.