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Action Radio: Movie Week! 7 Days in May, Dr. Strangelove, Fail Safe!

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Action Radio Show Notes:  1/18/21  *** Since nothing legal is happening this week, Action Radio goes to the movies!!!

00:00 - Greg's monologue.  Well that's how it started, then I got challenged by my favorite callers still hoping for the military intelligence folks to sweep Trump into office.  I was very critical because I don't want a conservative militatry overthrow any more than I want a leftist one.  I want the election fraudsters arrested, all the way up to Obama.

30:00 - The National Security Report, with Dr. Peter Vincent Pry.  This really took up the rest of the show as Dr. Pry stayed the whole time.  We talked about the Biden Insurrection on Wednesday and related issues, but most of the rest of the show was dedicated to some very powerful films from the 60's: Seven Days in May, Dr. Strangelove, Fail Safe, and The Manchurian Candidate.  These films from a leftist, disarmament perspective according to Dr. Pry, are still representative of a leftist, pro-arms control elite today.

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