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REBECCAH HEINRICHS of the Heritage Foundation explains that the different mindset with which nations such as Iran and North Korea view the world, and why a misunderstanding of that difference is leading the United States to willingly hollow out its military.

ANDY McCARTHY, former federal prosecutor and author of Spring Fever, talks about the ways in which groups like Hamas use our own civil liberties, such as free speech, against us. He also questions whether Brandenberg v. Ohio (1951) is suitable for dealing with 21st century international threats.

BENJAMIN WEINTHAL, a research fellow at Foundation for Defense of Democracies, discusses the European Union’s reluctance to classify Hezbollah as a terrorist organization

ADAM KREDO, Senior Writer for the Washington Free Beacon, reports on the absurd yet oft-repeated claim made recently by the Palestinian nonprofit group Miftah that the matzah bread eaten during Passover is made with the blood of Christians, and urges listeners to demand that Miftah issue an apology in Arabic.

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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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America’s continued reliance on foreign sources for energy expose our country to grave security threats. Frank discusses his concerns that the government is neglecting the country’s need for more self-reliance when it comes to energy matters. Instead of fixing the problem proactively, he fears that only a catastrophe such as a natural disaster or a terrorist attack will push the government to start searching for new sources of energy. Congressman Rob Bishop, of the 1st district of Utah, joins Frank to examine the current issues facing American border control and the National Security and Federal Land Protection Act that might compromise the ability to carry out their duties. Eighty percent of the Arizona and Mexican border is deemed public land; however, American border guards are only allowed to patrol the twenty percent that is private. Rebeccah Heinrich chats about her new article, Is Russian ‘Reset’ Worth Kicking Allies to the Curb, which examines how the Obama administration is burning bridges with foreign allies in regards to missile defense in order to qualm Russia’s concerns. Lastly, Andy McCarthy gives us his take on the muddled policy being implemented in Syria; as well as the Obama administration’s “willful blindness” in fighting a global war without a global strategy.

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Today on Secure Freedom Radio with Frank Gaffney, Frank and Rebeccah Heinrichs, from the Foundation for Defense of Deomcracies, discuss the START Treaty and concerns everyone should have with this new treaty. Next, Frank and John Bolton discuss Obama's record with the UN and Middle East peace talks. Finally, Frank and Bill Gertz talk about the willful blindness towards Islamists penetrating the government.

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