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Michael Rubin, Peter Schweizer, Andy McCarthy

October 19th, 2010 ·

Today on Frank Gaffney's Secure Freedom Radio, Frank is joined by Michael Rubin of the American Enterprise Institute who has just returned from Afghanistan.  Then, Peter Schweizer of the Hoover Institution and Bigpeace.com joins Frank to discuss Ronald Reagan's approach to national security and to measure the real strength of China.  Finally, Andy McCarthy of the Foundation for Defense of Democracy, updates us with the latest on the Muslim Brotherhood's penetration of the U.S. government.

Tags: DefaultTag · Andy McCarthy · Peter Schweizer · Michael Rubin

Peter Schweizer, Gordon Chang, John Perdue

September 27th, 2010 ·

On today's edition of Secure Freedom radio, Jim Hanson fills in for Frank Gaffney. Peter Schweizer joins Jim to talk about the cyber warfare occuring in Iran. Next, Gordon Chang  discusses the talks of successsion in North Korea. Finally, John Perdue shares the results and his opinions regarding the Venezuelan elections.

Tags: DefaultTag · Gordon Chang · Peter Schweizer · John Perdue

Peter Schweizer, John Bolton & Gordon Chang

August 16th, 2010 ·

Today on Frank Gaffney's Secure Freedom Radio, Bigpeace.com editor Peter Swcheizer from the Hudson Institute addresses Iran and China in the context of what Reagan would do.  Then, ambassador John Bolton discusses the Ground Zere Mosque, Iran, and the new START treaty.  Finally, Gordon Chang discusses the coming conflict in the South China Sea.

Tags: DefaultTag · Gordon Chang · Peter Schweizer · Amb. John Bolton

Peter Schweizer, Jack Singlaub, Rosemary Jenks

July 5th, 2010 ·

Frank talks about the "other" influence operation-- no, not the Russian spies caught last week; they were pikers. He makes the case for the far more dangerous penetration of this country by front groups for the Muslim Brotherhood. Then Frank welcomes the new Editor-in-Chief of BigPeace.com, author and Hoover Institution fellow Peter Schweizer to talk about the launch of this important new website. In the third segment, it's Gen. Jack Singlaub, a veteran of the Special Forces and military intelligence going back to the Second World War. Finally, Rosemary Jenks of Numbers USA stops in to discuss the Obama Administration's plans for an amnesty. Are they just looking for more Democrat voters ahead of the 2012 election?

Tags: Peter Schweizer · Jack Singlaub · Rosemary Jenks

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