Clare Lopez, Adam Kredo, Kevin Freeman, and Gordon Chang

Former CIA Officer and Center for Security Policy Fellow CLARE LOPEZ stops by the show today to talk about the Benghazi attack, Libyan rebels, the Syrian Civil War, and Iran.  Are we really funding and arming rebel factions with connections to the Islamist ideology and organizations like Al-Qaeda? Will we really engage in negotiations with Iran over their nuclear program?

ADAM KREDO of the Washington Free Beacon talks to Frank today about “Benghazigate” and the apparent attempt to deny us information about what happened on September 11, 2012 in Benghazi, Libya.  Are we inadvertently giving weapons and support to Libyan rebel groups with connections to radical Islamist groups? Kredo also talks about the Department of Energy and its apparent inability to provide adequate security to critical installations, namely those installations housing our nuclear weapons.  Kredo also discusses the sanctions on Iran and their effectiveness.

Was the 2008 economic collapse caused by enemies of the United States? Center for Security Policy Senior Fellow KEVIN FREEMAN stops by the show today to talk to Frank about Economic warfare and financial terrorism.  He talks about a 1999 Chinese book by two PLA Colonels entitled “Unrestricted Warfare” and how it may have inspired enemies of the United States to wage economic warfare on us.

How will China play in tonight’s foreign policy debate?  GORDON CHANG give a depth of background that can’t be found elsewhere.  Another cancellation of Japanese and American joint naval exercises, for example, may signal to China that the U.S. is serious about defending Japanese sovereignty.

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