A Congressional Appeal to the UN to Act on Human Rights Violations in Gaza

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With Rep. Doug Lamborn, Diana West, Dr. Mark Schneider, Jim Hanson

Representative DOUG LAMBORN (CO-5):

  • The Obama Administration’s belated response to Russia’s violation of a 1987 nuclear missile treaty
  • Rep. Lamborn’s bipartisan letter to the UN calling for an investigation into human rights abuses committed by Hamas
  • An argument for the need for Congressional action on immigration that addresses DACA and might help discourage future illegal immigration

DIANA WEST, author of “American Betrayal: The Secret Assault on Our Nation’s Character”:

  • The popular portrayal of moral ambivalence between Israel and Hamas
  • Hamas’ exploitation of Palestinian civilians for public relations purposes
  • The current Administration’s lackluster support for Israel despite its vocal criticism of Hamas

MARK SCHNEIDER, Senior Analyst at the National Institute for Public Policy:

  • A discussion of Schneider’s article that concluded that Russia has violated the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, and which was followed a few hours after publication by the US government’s acknowledgment of the violation
  • Likelihood of a return to Cold War tensions
  • Is there a correlation between Russian aggression and the lack of modernization of U.S. nuclear forces?

JIM HANSON, of Blackfive.net:

  • Calls for Jesse Ventura to walk away from his newly-won defamation lawsuit against the estate of the late Navy Seal Chris Kyle
  • PTSD and the validity of Rep. John Walsh’s claim that the illness prompted him to plagiarize his Master’s thesis
  • Thoughts on who should be held responsible for the downing of the civilian airliner MH17
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