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The role of intelligence in U.S. domestic and foreign policy, a conversation beween investigative journalist Marcy Wheeler and Jay Ackroyd. One of a series of conversations about surveilllance, national security, NSA, CIA, and Congressional oversight.
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How informed are the people of the United States concerning foreign policy?
Is it our job to make decisions or to submit to decisions made on our behalf?
Confessor Theophanes-Saint of Today
Join our hosts for a dicscussion of Obama's foreign policy failures, debacles, deliberate connivance, and the implications of his continued path of fomenting turmoil in the Middle East, offending allies, emboldening America's enemies, and deliberately looking like an amateur. Join our hosts for an in depth exploration of Obama's non-existent foreign policy, his shredding of allies, friendship toward America's enemies, and absence of leadership on the world stage. How has A
Lets talk Foreign Policy, American Greatness, Leadership and all that Jazz. What happens when the world no longer has a responsible party? When the children of the neighborhood find out that the old man on the corner that knows their parents won't let them get away with the mischief they've been planning? Is it time to start being nosy again?
The Warren Markowitz Show, A soap box for Independent Ideas, current events and politics of the day.
This show we'll be covering the failed policies which destroy jobs, as well as our standing abroad. The economy is in need of help, but in which form. The unemployment rate is another topic. This show will stick to the titled topic for the majority of the 2 hours, but others will be addressed, as usual.
Six years in, Obama seeks “competent governmental management"; The lynching of Donald Sterling is uglier than the private remarks that ignited it; Idiot John Kerry's "Israel is an apartheid state" comment backfires and he's never been so insulted in all his life!; The most egregious case of fecklessness has been on Syria, but doubts about American dependability are far and wide; As Obama pretends to tighten sanctions, Russia notes its control of U.S. space access; and American foreign policy could use a dose of hard-nosed realism.
This week we'll take a good look at America's foreign policy, and what it means for the future of world diplomacy. Moscow Times contributor L. Todd Wood will be here to discuss the situation in Ukraine, and retired Maj. General Paul Vallely returns to talk about Syria and the current turmoil in Egypt. AMAC's President Dan Weber will also be on the program to give us an update on the conservative alternative to AARP. Tune in Saturday at Noon ET, or listen to the archive at your convenience.
The Don Smith Show "where it’s ok to be a conservative," brings you the most in-depth coverage of all the latest political news. While the liberal media currently dominates the airwaves, now there is an alternative. Listen to The Don Smith Show every Saturday at Noon ET to hear great interviews with people like Ted Nugent, Col. Allen West, Charlie Daniels, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, Pat Boone, Chuck Woolery, Ben Shapiro, Jon Voight, Deneen Borelli, NRA President Jim Porter, Victoria Jackson, and many more leading conservatives.
Don Smith is a business executive, and fiscal conservative. As seen on Fox News, CBS, PBS, Next Generation TV, and heard on various syndicated radio broadcasts around the country, "The Don Smith Show" takes the complex issues facing this nation and breaks them down in an easy to understand format. Tune in every Saturday at Noon ET for all the latest political news.
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The American Remix will discuss the failed foreign policy that the Obama administration tried to implement in Egypt for the last 14 months.
1. President Obama's Role
2. Hillary Clinton's Role
3. Why did we fail?
4. Why is President Obama still standing behind Morsi?
5. Will the new military led government survive?
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Michael and Chris Preble, Vice President for Defense and Foreign Policy Studies at the Cato Institute, discuss the military and the troop draw-down, implications for the budget and military expenditures, the OCO Budget, and many more things!
Preble opines, “[t]he first mission of any country’s military should be defense. And, I think our military is ... eminently capable of defending the United States from direct threats. Of course, they’re aided by geography, which still matters, and we, here, our fortunate to be separated from the east and west by wide oceans, and the north and south by relatively friendly and peaceful neighbors. That’s always been the case.” (9:43)
“So much of our military now is geared to defending other countries that could defend themselves.” (10:27) Preble advocates alliances and diplomatic relationships based not on the premise that we defend them, but that they defend themselves. He preaches deterrence, including nuclear deterrence, but a scaling back of the nuclear arsenal. He mentions some prior work on deterrence and the work of his colleague, Ben Friedman, on the Nuclear Triad, and also a collaboration between Preble, Friedman, and Matt Fay called “The End of Overkill, Reassessing U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy."
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