Georgia Rep. Tom Price says President Obama should do what’s necessary in Afghanistan and not worry about trying to please all points on the political spectrum. What can Congress do if they sense Obama is not doing enough to achieve victory? What does Price think about Democrats wanting to tax the rich to pay for the troop increases? How would hye pay for them?
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South Carolina Rep. Joe Wilson praises the people of Honduras for choosing their own political future. He also urges President Obama to follow all of Gen. McChrystal’s recommendations and articulate a clear, Reaganesque end game of “We win, they lose”.
In the second half of our interview with former POW and former Sen. Jeremiah Denton, he explains why our security is contingent upon a return to the moral principles that guided our founding. He says free sex and easy abortions have us on a cultural slide that dishonors God and follows the path that led to ruin for other world powers. Also, find out what this war hero is thankful for this Thanksgiving.
Retired Admiral Jeremiah Denton, who suffered for nearly eight years as a POW in Vietnam describes what real torture is like. He also says America’s name was sullied when Democrats cut and ran from South Vietnam – and we still haven’t recovered. He says we had the war won and liberals in Congress and in the media snatched defeat from the jaws of victory. The former U.S. Senator also says that President Obama – like LBJ – ‘doesn’t know diddly squat’ about war and peace
The Washington, DC, Board of Elections had denied a petition to allow the resident’s of the nation’s capital determine the definition of marriage. The effort comes as the DC City Council aggressively pursues the legalizing of so-called gay marriage. Why was a vote denied? Why are traditional marriage supporters not buying that explanation? What might be the real reasons a vote was denied? What is the next step in this fight? We ask Bishop Harry Jackson, Jr., head of the Stand4MarriageDC.com coalition.
As President Obama hosts Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at the White House, we learn that groups from within India are working to help the Taliban and other radical Muslim forces destabilize the government in Pakistan. How are they doing this? Is the Indian government involved? What can be done about this? We ask retired U.S. Army Col. Bob Maginnis. He also weighs in on President Obama preparing to announce his strategy in Afghanistan and how political infighting in Iraq could keep U.S. troops there longer than scheduled.
Last week, countless emails and other files from a major proponent of the climate change agenda divulge that critical data was intentionally distorted in recent years to build the case for major policy changes needed to fight the perceived threat to the earth. Dr. Tim Ball, former professor of climatology at the University of Winnepeg, explains why this is a seminal moment in this debate – or at least should be. He also explains why a new UN report on higher than expected levels of greenhouse gases actually proves the climate change alarmists are wrong.
The Capitol Steps continue their merry preparations for Christmas with their look at how Santa took advantage of the Cash for Clunkers program. Our guest is Steps star Elaina Newport.
The U.S. Senate will debate for hours…on whether to start debate on the recently unveiled Democratic health care plan. Will Republicans try to slow down the process by having all 2,074 pages read aloud on the floor? Do they have the votes to block debate? What argument do Republicans make for wanting to stop this process now? We ask Kansas Sen. Sam Brownback.
The Capitol Steps continue their Christmas fun with “I Came Upon A Midnight Clearance’ – a look at how Santa upgraded during the Cash for Clunkers rush.