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Air Force veteran and independent investigative journalist Kit Lange brings exclusive content and hard-hitting interviews about national security, the military, immigration, and the Islamic threat. Be informed!

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Hard-hitting interviews and news from the military arena.

Hard-hitting interviews and news from the military arena.

Veteran's Day, the Marine Corps birthday, and the Vietnam Wall at 25. It's all here as we salute those who preserve who we are.

Military blogger and advocate Kit Lange hosts an hour of irreverent, politically incorrect interviews and commentary. We say what we mean, and we mean what we say--and we do it all with intelligence and wit. Call us and tell us what YOU... more

Military blogger and advocate Kit Lange hosts an hour of irreverent, politically incorrect interviews and commentary. We say what we mean, and we mean what we say--and we do it all with intelligence and wit. Call us and tell us what YOU... more

Anti-terrorism expert, military officer, and congressional candidate Eric Egland talks about his campaign, his plan for Iraq, and whether the next two years determine the fate of our nation.

We'll be learning some hard facts about the Iranian threat from Saus, an Israeli blogger live from Tel Aviv. Don't miss this incredible show!

It's a night of letting it all hang out and getting out some aggression, as Jenn from ScrewLiberals.com joins us to do what conservative females do best: Look good, and rant on the mental disease that is liberalism. We'll be talking about the... more

Current events, military news, exclusive interviews, and reports from the troops in Iraq. Call in and share your opinion. Intelligent, lively discourse that's not for the faint-hearted--or the fools.

SPC Jake Altman talks about his first experience at an antiwar march in Washington D.C., the permanent injuries he sustained in Iraq, and what American soldiers really think of the antiwar movement.

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