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Friday, March 16, 2018 | With Benjamin Weingarten, Tom Popik, Michael Mabee and Charles LiMandri

Protect US Electric Grid

Thursday, March 15, 2018 | With Dan Perkins, Dr. Anne Pierce, David Goldman and Raymond Ibrahim

Trump’s Nuclear Diplomacy

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 | With Dr. Herbert London, Diana West, Mark Krikorian, Rachelle Peterson and Dr. Peter Pry

Rex Tillerson Replaced by C.I.A. Director Pompeo

Tuesday, March 13, 2018 | With Fred Fleitz

The Coming North Korea Nuclear Nightmare

Secure Freedom Radio Podcasts | | Asia, Borders, Europe, National Security Policy, South America

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With Gordon Chang, Major Fred Galvin (Ret.), Mike Gonzalez and Russ Dallen

GORDON CHANG, Columnist, World Affairs Journal Blogger, the Daily Beast Contributor, Author of “The Coming Collapse of China” and “Nuclear Showdown; North Korea Takes on the World:”

  • Are the Olympics a breakthrough for North Korea?
  • Vice President Pence in Pyeongchang
  • Consequences of Beijing-North Korea collaboration

MAJOR FRED GALVIN (Ret.) USMC, Executive Director of Heroes United:

  • The MARSOC-7 story
  • USMC officially exonerates MARSOC-7
  • How to help affected individuals
  • Visit to help

MIKE GONZALEZ, Senior Fellow at the Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy at the Heritage Foundation, Speechwriter for the State Department’s European Bureau during the Bush administration, Spent nearly 20 years as a journalist:

  • Identity politics and the 2020 Census
  • New Polish law prohibiting certain speech
  • Freedom of speech in Europe

RUSS DALLEN, President & Editor in Chief at the Latin American Herald Tribune, Head of the international investment bank, Caracas Capital Markets, Served as President of Venezuela’s “The Daily Journal”:

  • Persecuted Christians in Venezuela and Cuba
  • Refugee influx in Columbia and Brazil
  • Secretary Tillerson calls for tougher action against Venezuela
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