Reza Marashi, research director at the National Iranian American Council, discusses Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress, during which he attempted to derail an Iran nuclear deal and score political points for his re-election bid in two weeks.
Patrick J. Buchanan, a political analyst and former Republican presidential candidate, discusses the paleo-conservative opposition to the 1991 Gulf War; current US policy on Iran, Syria and Iraq; the relatively peaceful 21st century (compared to the 20th); and why intervention in Ukraine is a bad idea.
John Mueller, a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute, discusses the overblown threats to the American people since WWII – from a supposedly imminent Japanese land invasion after Pearl Harbor, to the current “existential” threat of terrorism.
Sheldon Richman, vice president of The Future of Freedom Foundation, discusses his article “The War of 1812 was the Health of the State;” the origins of American empire; and why libertarians often wear rose-colored glasses when they look back at the nation’s founding.
Philip Giraldi, Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest and a former CIA officer, discusses how Benjamin Netanyahu’s highly-contentious speech before Congress on March 3rd could put the US-Israel “special relationship” to the test; and Phil’s joint discussion titled “The Courage to Speak Out: How Can the US get AIPAC out of US Politics,” at 7:00 pm, March 1st, at Busboys and Poets at 5th and K in Washington DC.More Interviews
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