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Tuesday, August 4, 2015 | With Rep. Tom Marino, Bishop E.W. Jackson, Rep. Doug Lamborn, Andy McCarthy

A Deal Opposed By Both Sides of the Aisle?

Monday, August 3, 2015 | With Chris Farrell, Joe Weasel, Sara Carter, Dr. Michael Auslin, Gordon Chang

National Security Threats in Our Own State Department

Friday, July 31, 2015 | With Dr. Michael Rubin, Bill Gertz, Fred Fleitz, Amb. Roger Noriega

Dealing with the Mullahs is like Dealing with Hitler

Thursday, July 30, 2015 | With Sen. Mike Rounds, (Ret.) Lt. Gen William G. "Jerry" Boykin, Rep. Mike Shimkus, Christian Whiton

A Call for Impeachment

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Secure Freedom Radio Podcasts | | Asia, Nuclear Deterrence, Russia

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With Robert Zarate, Reza Khalili, Claudia Rosett, Gordon Chang.

ROBERT ZARATE of the Foreign Policy Research Institute raises several questions about Sec. Def. Chuck Hagel’s recent announcement to renew the Bush administration’s commitment to ground based missile interceptors in the U.S. which the Obama administration cut back in its first term.  Will sequestration allow the plan to follow through?  Was the cancellation of long range ICBM interceptors in Europe in fact the more important element of the announcement as it is a strategic step backward and a concession to Russian power in the region?

Former Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corp member and CIA agent REZA KHALILI reports new intelligence on a covert Iranian nuclear site, nuclear material, and weapons capability including numbers on weaponized grade Uranium that would seem to exceed stated Red Lines of the United States.

World renowned investigative journalist, CLAUDIA ROSETT, explains the meaning of the strange death in London of a Russian Oligarch who had fallen from the grace of the Putin regime.

GORDON CHANG of Forbes.com breaks down the nuclear threat matrix between the U.S. and China based on new reports of the China’s Carrier Killer 12,000 mile range missile.

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