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China Seeking World Domination

What are China’s economic and political ambitions? Does the average American understand the threat posed by China? Have we lost the gamble in being too nice to China? Senior editor at the Washington Free Beacon, Bill Gertz joins Dan and Amy to discuss his new book on the Chinese Communists' drive for global supremacy.

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Biting The Hand That Fed Them

Were conservative institutions the ones who originally supported and uplifted Silicon Valley? So then why is Silicon Valley now biting the hand that fed them? Do Big Tech’s relationships with foreign actors present a national security threat? Former White House Aide, Jared Whitley joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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National Security Shakeup

What are Rep. John Ratcliffe’s qualifications for ascending to the position of Director of National Intelligence? Why did the Chicago’s Teacher Union come out in support of brutal Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro? The Heritage Foundation’s, Lt. Col. James Carafano joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Is Big Tech Good For The U.S.?

Will the “Russian Bots” make a comeback in the 2020 election? Does Congress actually know what the problems on social media are and how to regulate them? Is Big Tech making society better? The R Street Institute’s Shoshana Weissmann joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Risk Of Google In China

Google is one of the biggest companies in the world with thousands of capabilities that people use everyday. What are the possible national security concerns of China using Google’s technologies? The Heritage Foundation’s Lt. Col. James Carfano joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Remembering The Life And Legacy Of George H.W. Bush

Was Bush 41 the most truly prepared person to be president? Did he have quite possibly the best national security/foreign policy team in American history? Speaking of foreign policy, how did Trump fare over the weekend at the G20 Summit with a new NAFTA agreement and temporary truce in the trade war with China? Former Deputy Undersecretary of Defense, Jed Babbin joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Brennan: The New National Treasure

Are there going to be more security clearances revoked? Why does the country go to outrage level 11 for everything regarding Trump? How is Brennan’s free speech being restricted while he’s making numerous TV appearances and tweeting away? Anchor of Special Report on Fox News, Bret Baier joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Right To Security Clearances Shall Not Be Infringed

Does the revocation of Brennan’s security clearance make Trump look childish and vindictive? Should Trump not stop with Brennan but look to Clapper, Power, Rice, and others? Where is the constitutional right to maintain security clearances? Former U.S. Attorney General, Alberto Gonzales joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Brennan Decries Trump

Why do talking heads on TV still having classified security clearances? Does Brennan have a history of abusing this power? Is the irony lost on Brennan’s claims he is being silenced by the president while declaring it on cable TV and and in the New York Times? Former Chief Asst. U.S. Attorney and Contributing Editor at National Review, Andy McCarthy joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Fruitless Investigation

Does Trump have legitimate reasons to revoke security clearances? Will the Russian Collusion investigation continue to come up empty? Is there any evidence of Trump or his inner circle having dirty dealings with the Russians? What are the potential consequences of a relationship between local newspapers and state governments? Juan Williams, Fox News contributor and The Hill columnist, joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Is Trump Legitimizing Kim Jong Un?

Could what POTUS promises to do about our joint military exercises with the South Koreans cause concern as a major concession to the the North Koreans? How is the U.S. and China going to interact to keep the pressure on North Korea? What is the economic stability of North Korea? Senior Research Fellow for Asian Studies at the Heritage Foundation, Dean Cheng joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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On Again/Off Again Relationship With North Korea

The U.S. is refusing economic aid for North Korea until they denuclearize, but is China interfering in that proposition? Is Kim Jong Un’s stock rising due to his possible meeting with the most important leader in the free world? What are the dangers and possible concessions for the U.S. in their summit with North Korea? Senior Editor for the Washington Free Beacon Bill Gertz joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Bolton: “Brilliant, America First” Appointment

What is the assessment of Trump's national security shakeup from the Israeli perspective? Is the PLO finally going to be treated as the terrorist organization they are? Will Bolton’s goal as National Security Adviser be not democratizing the world but protecting American security? Senior Contributing Editor of The Jerusalem Post and Director of the Israeli Security Project, Caroline Glick joins Dan and Scot to discuss.

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Republicans: “Release Everything,” Democrats: “Release Nothing”

“Barack Obama, a Chicago machine politician turned the federal government into a Chicago style machine.” Did the Obama administration know the press would never touch him? Therefore, they started making up their own rules? Why was the media against releasing the memo, asserting it would affect national security interests before they even knew what was in it? Screenwriter, essayist and author, Andrew Klavan joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Persons of Interest

Ben Rhodes, Obama's former National Security Advisor, is now a "person of interest" in the investigation into the inappropriate unmaskings of American citizens made during the transition in January. How important is it that investigators get to the bottom of this crime? Was Debbie Wasserman-Schultz' behavior in the video with Capitol Police consistent with that of a guilty person? If the head of the RNC had an IT person who also worked for 30 Congressmen and was now under arrest, how would media coverage differ? Is Special Counsel Robert Muller's friendship with former FBI Director James Comey a "clear violation of federal law" and "a conflict of interest," as suggested by Republican Congressman Trent Franks? Noah Rothman, Associate Editor for Commentary Magazine, joins Dan and Shaun Thompson to discuss. 

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What Is The Alleged Crime?

What specifically is the alleged crime that the special counsel is looking into? And what is the evidence of said alleged crime? Are leakers doing the real damage to national security? Is Mike Flynn just being judicious by pleading the fifth? Dan & Amy are joined by Alan Dershowitz, Former Professor at Harvard Law School, to discuss.

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The Clash At The Kremlin

How's that "Russian Patsy" narrative on Rex Tillerson holding up? Following, his meeting at the Kremlin, what is our relationship status with Russia? How is Obama like Stanley Baldwin? National Review Online writer Victor David Hanson discusses "Rexxon's" meeting with Putin and Trump's reversal on NATO with Dan Proft and John Kass.  

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What Comes After Assad?

Is regime change the moral and national security imperative in Syria? How poorly will history treat President Obama for lying about WMDs in Syria? AEI's Michael Rubin answers these questions and discusses the difference having a Secretary of State Russia takes seriously makes in foreign relations with Dan and Amy.

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Making Sense Of The Fallout

What is the framework for a political solution in Syria? That must be done  in a Post-ISIS Syria? What message did the Trump Administration's decision to bomb Syrian Airfields send to North Korea? Former US Ambassador John Bolton joins Dan and Amy to make sense of Trump national security's team making sense of the administration's Syria-ISIS-Russia policy

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Susan Rice: Dashboard Saint

Does Susan Rice deserve the Presidential Medal of Freedom? Should Republicans love Susan Rice? Should Trump start to act like a normal President? Dan & Amy pose these questions to Jonah Goldberg, National Review columnist, and author of “Liberal Fascism” & “The Tyranny of Clichés.”

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