Secure Freedom Radio Podcast

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Fred Grandy, Monica Crowley, Randy McDaniel, Christian Whiton

January 27th, 2012

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.