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Wednesday, October 22, 2014 | With Ted Bromund

Trading Security for Treaties

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 | With Rep. Steve Palazzo, Roger Noriega, Stephen Rademaker, Andy McCarthy

Sequestration: The Path to Retrenchment and Defeat

Monday, October 20, 2014 | With Phyllis Schlafly, Patrick Poole, Reggie Littlejohn, Gordon Chang

China’s One Child Generation

Friday, October 17, 2014 | With Rep. Pete Hoekstra, Ken Israel, Charles Faddis, and Caroline Glick

Fixing U.S. Shortcomings in Chemical, Ideological, and Electronic Warfare

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Secure Freedom Radio Podcasts | | Infrastructure and EMP, The Muslim Brotherhood in America, Treaties & International Agreements

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With John Bolton, Steven Groves, Jim Woolsey, Gordon Chang

Former US Ambassador to the UN JOHN BOLTON examines the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the meaning of democracy.  He also takes an in depth look into the upcoming appointment hearing of Samantha Power as the next UN Ambassador.

STEVEN GROVES, of the Heritage Foundation, turns his attention towards the United Nations and the new Disabilities Treaty the international organization is urging the United States to sign and what this signature would mean in terms of American sovereignty.

JIM WOOLSEY, Former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, analyzes Saudi Arabia’s aide of Egypt and its negative opinion of the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as discusses alternative fuel sources and the threat of an EMP attack either by natural or man-made methods.

GORDON CHANG, of Forbes.com, investigates the recent actions of China in both a military and economic context and gives his analysis on why the Chinese government were so quick to condemn the now viral you tube video of a 12 year old Egyptian boy who spoke of the need for a constitution and freedom in Egypt.

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