This week former Defense Department spokesperson and current Fox News contributor J. D. Gordon joins Graceland to discuss the Islamic State and the global war on terror. Are we beating ISIS? Are we losing? Can we even tell at this point?
Gordon explains how this is an ideological war and what the West must do to counteract that. This war won’t end soon.
We also discuss Guantanamo Bay. The Obama administration still calls it a terrorist recruiting tool. Should the United States close down Gitmo and turn it over to the Castros? Could it become a base for terrorists that are cozy with Cuba? Gordon offers some interesting scenarios on this.
Jennifer Meadows and Curtice Mang are also joined by radio and TV personality Charles Johnson. We’ll offer our observations on Hillary Clinton and her email problems. And, boy, does she have problems. She used only her personal email account, not a State Department e-mail account, for “convenience.”
Yes, it makes us laugh too.
Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton and 46 other senators send a letter to Iran telling them that whatever Obama agrees to without the consent of Congress can be undone by the next president. Not an unreasonable possibility. The Obama administration and other Democrats aren’t happy about it. Joe Biden said the letter is “beneath the dignity of an institution I revere.” We’ll discuss how Joe Biden might not be the best person to be the arbiter of dignity.
Tune into Graceland with Jennifer Meadows for lively discussion on important topics.
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