Critical Conversations: 2014 Mid-Term election predictions, the brutality of ISIS & the US response

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September 4, 2014 – Critical Conversations features the brightest talents from Communities Digital News talking about the domestic and foreign headlines.

This week host Lisa Ruth, a former CIA analyst and foreign policy expert will moderate the conversation on the Mid-Term Elections. Will Republicans be able to gain control of the Senate? Veteran political jouranalist Eric Golumn and Senior Political Editor Dr. Jim Picth will discuss the really close races including Georgia and Kentucky which could go from Republican to Democrat.

Lisa Ruth and Dr. Jim Picht will talk about the surge of ISIS and the very clear and present dangers brewing in the Middle East.  From the Middle East, Dr. Picht will turn to Russia and Ukrain, areas he is a recognized expert in, to discuss the ongoing conflict, and resolutions come from NATO, for that area.

Tonight’s show then closes as Eric Golub removes his writer’s fedora and puts on his sport’s helmet to talk NFL with Lisa Ruth.


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