At the intersection of policy, history and politics, skulking in the vast wasteland of the internet is... Radio Free America!
Because last week's show was deep-sixed due to technical problems, tonight we'll revisit the Doolittle Raid of April 18th, 1942. 16 U.S. Army B-25s took off from the USS Hornet (CV-6) to bomb Japan in America's first strike back at Japan after Pearl Harbor.
US Sec'y. of State John Kerry calls Israel an apartheid state; a White House email surfaces telling former U.N. Ambassador Suzanne Rice to trot out the "internet video" line a week after Benghazi, and Obama's poll numbers are in the low 40s as "millennials" desert him in droves.
Brad Bierman will be here to talk about the Los Angeles Clippers owner Robert Sterling and the ramifications of the NBA's sanction.
Also...Civil War history, some hangar flying and...your calls!
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