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REBECCA HEINRICHS of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies joins Fred Grandy in a talk about how radical Global Zero is and the absurdity of the idea that “security is a state of mind.” A unilateral disarmament by the United States will only serve to give opportunities to its enemies—particularly dangerous considering the U.S. has nothing to protect against ICBM threats towards the East Coast.

PATRICK SOOKHDEO, international director of the Barnabus Fund, explains how the situation in the Middle East has gone from bad to worse for religious minorities, and in particular Jews, Christians, and Shi’ites. As an example Sookhdeo cites Iraq, where the Christian community has plummeted from 1.5 million to a few hundred thousand.

BILL GERTZ, writer for the Washington Times, discusses China’s upgrade of its metro system to withstand nuclear attacks—but from where?

Center for Security Policy’s FRANK GAFFNEY talks about the violence in Mali, as well as the hostage-taking situation still unfolding in Algeria.

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