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With Rep. Lamar Smith, Riki Ellison, Paul Kengor, Chris Griffin Senator
Congressman LAMAR SMITH, chair of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee, makes the case for why immigration reform would be counterproductive, and why the US should focus its efforts on securing the borders first.
RIKI ELLISON, of the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance, discusses Putin’s aggression in Ukraine and the appropriate NATO response.
PAUL KENGOR, historian, professor of political science at Grove City College and author of “11 Principles of a Reagan Conservative,” examines how President Reagan’s “Peace Through Strength” principle can effectively be implemented into today’s foreign policy scene.
CHRIS GRIFFIN, the executive director of the Foreign Policy Initiative, goes through the policy recommendations made in a recent open letter produced by FPI concerning Ukraine. The letter advises more support for Ukraine, greater efforts to isolate Russia, and strengthening NATO.
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