Archive for the 'Doug Lamborn' Category

Representative DOUG LAMBORN (CO-5):

  • The Obama Administration's belated response to Russia's violation of a 1987 nuclear missile treaty
  • Rep. Lamborn's bipartisan letter to the UN calling for an investigation into human rights abuses committed by Hamas
  • An argument for the need for Congressional action on immigration that addresses DACA and might help discourage future illegal immigration
  • Protecting the electric grid from natural and man-made electromagnetic pulses

DIANA WEST, author of "American Betrayal: The Secret Assault on Our Nation's Character":

  • The popular portrayal of moral ambivalence between Israel and Hamas
  • Hamas' exploitation of Palestinian civilians for public relations purposes
  • The current Administration's lackluster support for Israel despite its vocal criticism of Hamas

MARK SCHNEIDER, Senior Analyst at the National Institute for Public Policy:

  • A discussion of Schneider's article that concluded that Russia has violated the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, and which was followed a few hours after publication by the US government's acknowledgment of the violation
  • Likelihood of a return to Cold War tensions
  • Is there a correlation between Russian aggression and the lack of modernization of U.S. nuclear forces?


  • Calls for Jesse Ventura to walk away from his newly-won defamation lawsuit against the estate of the late Navy Seal Chris Kyle
  • PTSD and the validity of Rep. John Walsh's claim that the illness prompted him to plagiarize his Master's thesis
  • Thoughts on who should be held responsible for the downing of the civilian airliner MH17

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JOHN BOLTON, former US Ambassador to the UN:

  • Predicting the legacy of President Obama's foreign policy
  • How the United States is viewed by its allies and adversaries
  • Are there any actual moderates to arm and train in Syria?

DAN BONGINO, former Secret Service agent

  • Dangers of putting politics above public safety
  • The purge of data on people with ties to terrorism from a watch list used by ICE
  • President Obama's documented location during the Benghazi attack, and what can be inferred about his behavior there

Congressman DOUG LAMBORN:

  • Amendment in the NDAA that outlines three conditions for lifting sanctions on Iran
  • The call from the Hill for the resignation of the VA's Erick Shinseki
  • How Lamborn and his colleagues are working on keeping America armed
  • Freedom of religion in the military

JACK DEVINE, author of "Good Hunting: An American Spymaster's Story":

  • His personal experiences as a career CIA agent
  • The decades old secret about American covert operations in Chile
  • His personal outlook on Edward Snowden's motives and actions

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Congressman DOUG LAMBORN, of the 5th district of Colorado:
  • The unanimous passage, in both the House and Senate, of legislation that bars terrorists from acquiring visas into the U.S. as ambassadors
  • What Iran's appointment of a former terrorist says about its new "moderate" president, and what Obama's refusal to yet sign the bill says about his policy towards Iran
  • The continuing assault on religious freedom in the military
  • The importance of mitigating the security vulnerabilities of the nation's electric grid

Dr. MARK SCHNEIDER, Senior Analyst for the National Institute for Public Policy:

  • Modernization of the Russian military by Putin's government
  • The treaties Russia is currently violating
  • Concerns about what the massive "Underground Great Wall" implies about China's nuclear capabilities, and China's aggressive weapons modernization program
DIANA WEST, author of "American Betrayal":
  • Brandeis University's "silencing" of Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and the crimes she speaks out against
  • America's disregard of the ties between the Tsarnaev brothers, jihad, and a mosque in Cambridge, MA
  • Is Islam being given special treatment with the new "safe spaces" initiative, or will all houses of worship now be declared surveillance free zones?
BILL ROGGIO, Editor of the Long War Journal:
  •  Russian military activities in Eastern Ukraine
  •  Problems in Syria complicating the mission to find and destroy its chemical weapons
  • Tough policy choices for the US because of a dearth of moderate rebel groups in Syria—what are America's options?

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On today's show, Colorado Congressman Doug Lamborn joins Frank for a congressional insider's take on the defense budget.  Gordon Chang of breaks down the latest on economic warfare, currency, and oil.  Batting clean up,'s Jim Hanson has the military man's perspective on Def. Sec. Bob Gates, Libya, and the Middle East.

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Frank begins by talking about the plans for a mosque to be built near Ground Zero in New York, and how such a mosque would be a "Shrine to Sharia."  Later, Representative Lamborn breaks down some of the obstacles to victory the United States faces in Afghanistan.  CBN correspondent Erick Stakelbeck raises concerns over the threat of homegrown terrorism after the recent conviction of five Americans in Pakistan who sought to connect with local terrorist groups.  Author Andy McCarthy remarks on the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan, and how her appointment would ultimately harm American security.

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