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With Pete Hegseth, Diana West, Peter Hitchens, Jim Hanson
PETE HEGSETH, CEO of Concerned Veterans for America, makes the case for a revision of the military pension system, and offers a veteran’s perspective on Putin’s aggression in Eastern Europe.
DIANA WEST, author of “American Betrayal,” comments on a new Iraqi law that allows girls as young as nine to marry. She also critiques new legal guidelines just released in the UK to assist lawyers in crafting Shariah-compliant wills.
PETER HITCHENS of the U.K.’s Mail Online publication and author of The Rage Against God describes the history and landscape of what has shaped Russia’s view of what is rational in international conduct.
JIM HANSON, of Blackfive.net, scrutinizes Putin’s expansionism as seen in the Crimea, and argues the importance of a strong U.S.-led and NATO-backed deterring force.
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Secure Freedom Radio with Frank Gaffney in Washington DC is the place where national security policy makers both listen to and contribute to the content. That’s because, like all informed voters, they need depth in national security and foreign policy media that cuts past the sound bites to the heart of consequential issues. Our guests and regular contributors include past and present government officials, lawmakers, military personnel, experts, journalists, commentators and freedom fighters, from here and abroad.
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