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Fred Grandy, Robert McFarlane, Roger Noriega, Bill Gertz

March 23rd, 2012

By U.S. law, Congress has mandated that the administration condition military aid to Egypt on observance of human rights.  Secretary of State Hilary Clinton was able to waive this requirement in order to send over a billion dollars to the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood by citing national security.  This is in spite of gross human rights violations against Coptic Christians and other Muslim and non-Muslim religious minorities.  Former Congressman Fred Grandy joins Frank to discuss this and the plight of the Coptic Christians in Egypt and the non-indictments of Palestinian terrorists freed in the Gilad Shalit trade.

Former Reagan National Security Advisor, Robert McFarlane talks energy, gas prices, and the vulnerability of strategic oil refineries to terrorist attacks.  Find out what the realistic alternatives are and what it would take to get fuel choices to the market place.

It seems that the Pope does not plan to visit with dissidents during his visit to Cuba.  Such an action would give de facto political legitimacy to the Stalinist regime in Cuba.  Former Assistant Secretary of State, Roger Noriega, lays out the consequences.  He also discusses the state of play in Venezuela and the latest on Hezbollah’s ever increasing presence in Latin America and now in the United States.

Bill Gertz of the Washington Times and the Washington Free Beacon, reports on rumours of a coup in China, U.S. failure to prevent China from obtaining our missile technology, and the future of U.S. nuclear testing.

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