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8/14/12 Daniel Larison

Daniel Larison of The American Conservative discusses Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan’s terrible foreign policy views; the bipartisan consensus on worldwide interventionism and American exceptionalism; and the prospects for war and peace in a Romney administration.

Antiwar Radio: Daniel Larison

Daniel Larison, writer for The American Conservative Magazine, discusses the TAC-type of conservatives who oppose interventionist foreign policy and wars of aggression; how the never ending War on Terror increases the size and scope of government; the secret panel of government insiders passing for “due process” in the Obama administration; why the “Libyan model” of easy, from the air, regime change won’t work in Syria; and why, John McCain’s bluster aside, most Republicans really don’t want war in Syria.

Antiwar Radio: Daniel Larison

Daniel Larison, writer for The American Conservative Magazine, discusses the many prominent Democrats and Republicans trying to whitewash the MEK’s image; evidence that most US supporters are ignorant of the group’s terrorist credentials (and that the “M” stands for “Mujahadeen”); why MEK members are still regarded as traitors in Iran, and kooky ones at that; doubting their transformation from armed revolutionaries into peaceful democratic reformers; how the MEK got their unique blend of Islamic Marxism; and why de-listing the MEK from the State Department’s Foreign Terrorist Organization list will provide a backdoor to war, not help a “popular Iranian resistance.”