The lesson of 1928: Republicans are up today, but what about tomorrow? John Rothmann discusses.
Hamas refuses to allow Palestinian children to visit Israel. John Rothmann hosts.
John Rothmann reminds us that the war in Afghanistan is not over.
Islamic State forces closing in on Israel from the North and South. John Rothmann hosts.
Ed Baxter tries to make sense of whether to laugh or cry over the North Korea/Sony film incident. Should the movie “The Interview” crisis be viewed as humor or sad? Kim Jong Un’s government says President Obama acts like a monkey.
Here we go again: Egypt bans Exodus calling it a Zionist film. John Rothmann hosts.
Christmas violence in Oakland has no place. John Rothmann hosts.
Ed Baxter points out the things our government needs to do along with the things we need to do to make 2015 a good year.
John Rothmann discusses former Vice-President Dick Cheney’s justification for using torture following the Senate Intelligence Report.
John Rothmann touches on the tragic story of the destruction of the Christian community in Iraq.
Cyber warfare goes far beyond North Korea. John Rothmann hosts.
Two police officers dead and rhetorical excess abounds. John Rothmann discusses.
John Rothmann says North Korea’s cyber attack is really cyber war.
John Rothmann on the passing of Richard C. Hottelet, the last of the Murrow Boys. An era ends but the legend lives on.
John Rothmann on how the right of Israel to exist remains the bottom line in the Middle East.
John Rothmann talks about the U.S. airstrikes that have taken out 3 Islamic State leaders.
John Rothmann believes President Obama made the right decision in trying to reestablish diplomatic relations with Cuba.
Terror in Pakistan is a grave threat to the world. John Rothmann discusses.
John Rothmann reports that protest worked in reversing the Irish decision to omit Israel from Holocaust memorial.
John Rothmann says that while the government will not shut down there are real problems with the spending bill.
John Rothmann talks about the ongoing crisis in the Middle East. A U.N. resolution imposing time limits in the region will not work.
Ed Baxter comments on Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco asking the congregation to wear black. He says the message is “black lives matter”.
Presidential power and executive orders. John Rothmann hosts.
No mention of Israel to be permitted at Irish Holocaust observance. John Rothmann hosts.
John Rothmann talks about Congress’ $1.1 trillion spending bill that only postpones the tough decisions they must make.
In the wake of the Senate Intelligence Report, John Rothmann discusses the divide and debate between Vice-Presidents Joe Biden and Dick Cheney.
With the release of the Senate Intelligence Report on the CiA, John Rothmann believes that the nation will be further divided along party lines.
Stan Burford asks if Iran has nuclear weapons – or wants them.
The Senate Intelligence Committee report reveals unpleasant truths about CIA activities regarding enemy combatants. John Rothmann hosts.
The Senate releases its intelligence report and John Rothmann weighs in.
John Rothmann looks at the ongoing crisis in the Middle East as Israel strikes arms headed for Hezbollah and Syria continues to implode.
John Rothmann says Feinstein and Kerry disagree on releasing the report on terror abuses.
Ed Baxter says New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is very impressive in talking about race relations, community relations and racism.
John Rothmann says rescue attempt fails and tragedy strikes again.
John Rothmann reflects on the Eric Garner grand jury decision and on the race debate in America.
John Rothmann on how 17 states are suing the President over immigration.
The U.N. hits Israel…again. John Rothmann hosts.
John Rothmann discusses the racial profiling getting underway after the events in Ferguson, Missouri.
John Rothmann asks if it is legitimate to detain the wife and son of ISIS leader Al-Baghdadi?
John Rothmann on the serious situation between Turkey, the Kurds, and ISIS.
Ed Baxter says this Thanksgiving was a time for family, some shopping, and how to get along better as a society.
John Rothmann says Mubarak not guilty is a triumph for the Egyptian military and a defeat for the Muslim Brotherhood.
John Rothmann says the The Muslim Brotherhood is back and Egypt is seething.
As Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader-Ginsburg undergoes a heart procedure, John Rothmann talks about how fragile the balance in the Supreme Court is.
John Rothmann reflects on recent events in Ferguson, Missouri.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about the Robin Hoods of meter feeders and a court ruling that says they can’t harass the meter readers.
John Rothmann talks about foreign policy being front and center with Iran and Afghanistan being the key issues.
Attorney Michael Cardoza discusses how the Grand Jury goes about its job in deciding whether or not to bring back a True Bill against Officer Darren Wilson. What is the burden of proof that the prosecution must meet to obtain a True Bill which allows them to file an indictment?
The police community relations are in need of repair in Ferguson. The community has every right to be upset with how they are treated and with the number of minority officers the department hires. Attorney Michael Cardoza asks: is this the right case to champion that message?
John Rothmann responds to Caroline Glick’s “Responding to the Slaughter” a tragic but true commentary.