Reports from Iran now suggest the regime will have enough enriched uranium by the end of 2009 to make a nuclear weapon. What does that mean for our efforts to keep nukes away from the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism? Will we have to accept a nuclear Iran or is there a way to prevent it? We ask retired U.S. Navy Captain Chuck Nash. We also get his insights on U.S. plans to double the number of troops in Afghanistan. What impact will that have? How can we kill the enemy without also killing the civilians being used as shields? And will Congress have any more patience with this administration in finishing the job in Afghanistan?