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Trading Security for Treaties

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Sequestration: The Path to Retrenchment and Defeat

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With Diana West, Steven Bucci, Patrick Christy, and Jim Hanson.

DIANA WEST, author of the upcoming American Betrayal: The Secret Assault on Our Nation’s Character, analyzes what President Obama’s State of the Union yesterday means for America’s future, and exposes a sparsely discussed, but crucial detail concerning  President Obama on the night of the Benghazi attack.

From the Heritage Foundation, STEVEN BUCCI reveals how President Obama’s “light footprint” for military affairs would be hollowed out by sequestration, and explains President Obama’s executive order on on cyber security.

PATRICK CHRISTY, a senior analyst from the Foreign Policy Initiative, stresses the importance of Turkey to America’s interest in the Middle East, encouraging the current administration to try to ensure that Turkey turns to the West over other allies in the region.

JIM HANSON, from blackfive.net, reflects on the tragic irony of former SEAL Chris Kyle’s death, pays respects to Staff Sergeant Romesha for his courage that led to him receiving the Medal of Honor, and weighs in on Obama’s policy of blowing terrorists to “their atomic bits” instead of capturing them for questioning.

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