Antiwar activist Cindy Sheehan returns to the show to discuss the history of her son Casey’s death in Iraq in light of the new TV miniseries The Long Road Home. Sheehan recaps the story of her son’s life and death in Iraq and the fallout from her anti-war protests. Sheehan then describes her response to the Women’s March—the Women’s March on the Pentagon. Sheehan then discusses the dynamics of the antiwar movement and her disappointment with the factional character of the left.
Discussed on the show:
- The Long Road Home
- Martha Raddatz
- “Even Cindy Sheehan can go too far,” by Ben Shapiro (Townhall)
- Siege of Sadr City
- Thomas Young
- Muqtada al-Sadr
- 2004 Fallujah ambush
- Ahmed Yassin
- “Trump Bowed to Pentagon Restraint on Syria Strikes” (Wall Street Journal)
- Women’s March on the Pentagon
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