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Former federal prosecutor ANDY MCCARTHY lays out the timeline of when Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama were informed of the attack in Benghazi, and what they should have known based on the information available at that point.

GORDON CHANG, columnist at, talks about the Burmese president's visit to the United States and the likelihood of real democracy coming soon in that country.

MONICA CROWLEY discusses her book "What the Bleep Just Happened" and delves deeper into the question of whether or not there is such a thing as free press any longer under what some consider a controlling and limiting Obama administration.

A victim of the IRS scandal, CATHERINE ENGELBRECHT of True the Vote recounts her experience with the U.S. government when she filed for 501c4 status for her organization.  Not just the 501c4 itself but her personal financial life was scrutinized by the IRS. After 20 years without any complications with the IRS, her family company was audited, a follow up was made by the FBI, and visits came from both ATF and OSHA.

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Congressman MIKE TURNER of Ohio talks about the recently released figures that show astronomical rates of sexual assaults in the US military,  and explains his belief that part of the problem is compounded by a military culture that often re-victimizes the victim.

JOHN WOHLSTETTER, Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute, discusses a newly published Pentagon report that explicitly blames China for large amounts of hacking of US private and public sector data. The criminals responsible for the cyber warfare, he argues, should be seen as spies, not mere hackers.

MONICA CROWLEY of Fox News reviews the details of new information from the latest congressional hearing on the events of September 11, 2012 in Benghazi, Libya.

Former Major General PAUL VALLELY recounts the controversial issues surrounding the 2011 downing of a Chinook in Afghanistan carrying a rescue response team in which 38 people and 28 members of the American Special Operations community were killed.

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DIANA WEST, author of The Death of the Grown Up, reports on the shooting of Lars Hedegaard, renowned Danish investigative journalist, at his home in Copenhagen. The shooter was reportedly 'Arab,' and the near-tragedy ties into the debate about free speech and the fight against Islamist censorship in the media.

MONICA CROWLEY, New York Post columnist and author of What the Bleep Just Happened?, analyzes how Chuck Hagel's Senate hearing clearly showed that he is incompetent for the job of Secretary of Defense, and how his ideology when combined with Obama's policy will lead to devastating defense cuts and America's retraction on the global scene.

ROBERT SPENCER, director of Jihad Watch, discusses how Hillary Clinton finally 'let the cat out of the bag' about the jihadist threat that the Obama administration has previously denied was real, and analyzes how Al Goreeza will effectively become a propagandist arm of the Islamist agenda in America.

Former federal prosecutor ANDY McCARTHY explains the reasoning behind his belief that if the Central Intelligence Agency is going to become a purely politicized institution, it is better to not have it at all—especially if John Brennan is leading it.

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With Adam Kredo, Mark Groombridge, Monica Crowley and Walid Phares

Fred Grandy sits-in for Frank today and speaks with the guests about Benghazigate and the upcoming hearings on Capitol Hill. The focal point is what the president knew, when he knew it and what he decided to do about it. Each of our guests give their own take on the presidents role in the aftermath of the attack on the US consulate.

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J. CHRISTIAN ADAMS of the Election Law Center talks about the need to replace Attorney General Eric Holder, and what credentials that replacement needs to hold. Adams gives a short list of possible replacements and talks about the culture within the DOJ.

AEI scholar MICHAEL AUSLIN explains Obama's pivot to Asia and how without a strong military, a pivot is nothing more than just words. Our allies in the region must know that when push comes to shove, the US will stand behind their Asian friends in both words and force.

Fox News contributor MONICA CROWLEY analyzes the Republican National Convention and the future of America's security and standing in the world if Obama were to be re-elected. She also gives a list of some possible cabinet members in a Romney administration.

BILL GERTZ of the Washington Times gives his take on the RNC and how defense, as well as economics, needs to pushed to the forefront of the presidential election.

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Monica Crowley

Radio host MONICA CROWLEY analyzes Obama’s foreign policy and the fact that he believes America is at fault for the world’s problems.

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With Jonathan Schanzer, Monica Crowley, Cynthia Farahat, and Andy McCarthy

·         JONATHAN SCHANZER of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies looks into how Russia is providing arms for Iran and acting like an ally to both Iran and Syria.

A New Shift in Iran-Russia Relations

·         MONICA CROWLEY from FOX News discusses her new book, including what it means to be a “happy warrior” and how to keep the United States from looking like a Salvador Dali painting.

What the (Bleep) Just Happened?

·         CYNTHIA FARAHAT of the Center for Security Policy provides another perspective on Mohammed Morsi winning the Egyptian election this week.

Muslim Brotherhood urges 'unity' in first speech as Egypt's president-elect

·         ANDY MCCARTHY from National Review analyzes current U.S. news, such as Obama Care and how a terrorist was invited to the U.S.

Court Keeps Upcoming Health Decision Secret


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This week, CAIR, a defacto Islamist lobby front group pressured the NYPD police chief, Ray Kelly, to resign.  Reuters reported yesterday that progressive group, VoteVets, wants West Point to ban General William Boykin from speech at a prayer breakfast.  Each group takes issue with free speech under the condition that it addresses the threat doctrine animating terrorism in government counter terrorism training if such speech is associated with Islam in any way.  Former Congressman and Center for Security Policy's Executive Vice President, Fred Grandy, brings his unique expertise on these matters in today's show.

Monica Crowley follows Fred in the line up with an up close New Yorker's take on CAIR's attack on Ray Kelly and the NYPD counter terrorist capability.  "What CAIR and other Muslim Brotherhood front groups do in America and do in the West is intimidation." From Monica there is a depth of understanding about why the NYPD is so successful and what it is about there counter terrorism training that has CAIR's ire.  In Kelly's case, it has to do with a film of increasing curiosity called The Third Jihad. These interviews and more are right here!

From today's show prep:

Christian Whiton segment

: North Korea Not A Democracy

In its first reaction to news that Kim Jong Il—North Korea’s “Dear Leader” and maximum tyrant—was dead, the White House said that President Obama reaffirmed our “strong commitment to the stability of the Korean peninsula.” This presages continuing an unbroken, bipartisan streak of bad policy in regard to the rogue nuclear state. As usual, when the watchword is “stability,” the result is anything but.

First off, expect many in the West to get the transition wrong. Kim Jong Un—the recently deceased dictator’s third son—may be the formal face of the regime. But it’s extremely unlikely the 27-year-old, who wasn’t even groomed for leadership until recently, is going to run the mafia government of North Korea. Kim Jong Il was more than 50 when he took power and had been a longtime understudy of his own father.

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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.

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On today's show, Congressman Pete Hoekstra joins Frank to talk about the impact of wikileaks on sources and methods of intelligence and what we should do about Julian Assange and his team. Next, Monica Crowley discusses developments in the U.S. Senate the Constitutional responsibility to advise during the lame duck session. John Lehman follows Crowley with his take on arms control and the START Treaty. Finally, Jim Hanson joins Frank with the latest on wikileaks.

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