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Nuclear Posture Review Draft Leaks

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Pass the Goodlatte Bill Now

Wednesday, January 17, 2018 | With Steven Camarota, Michael Cutler, Kevin Freeman and Mark Schneider

DACA Negotiations Continue

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Hawaii’s False Alarm

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With Sen. James Lankford, Amb. Zalmay Khalilzad, Marc Lebuis, Michael Braun

Sen. JAMES LANKFORD (R-OK), Member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

  • Predicting President Obama’s State of the Union Address
  • Hamas-linked individuals attending the SOTU
  • Likely outcome of Iranian sanctions relief
  • Importance of protecting the U.S. electric grid
  • Significance of NSA’s spying on members of Congress

Amb. ZALMAY KHALILZAD, Former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq and Afghanistan, President of Gryphon Partners:

  • Peace talks between Afghani government and Taliban
  • Situation report on the instability of Iraq
  • Significance of Iran’s rapid regional growth

MARC LEBUIS, Founder and director of Point de Bascule (Tipping Point) in Canada:

  • Quebec Bill 59’s impact to free speech in Canada
  • OIC’s influence in establishing Human Rights Council Resolution 1618
  • Prognosis to defeat Quebec Bill 59 and HRC Resolution 1618

MICHAEL BRAUN, Managing Partner at SGI Global, former Assistant Administrator and Chief of Operations at the DEA:

  • Implications of capturing “El Chapo”
  • Spread of drug related cartels in the United States
  • Advice to future presidents to defeat the drug cartels
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