Apr 9, 2011

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Decision by Indecision in Global Changes

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A good part of today’s program to pursues the changing Middle Eastern
chessboard.

Our country of focus this week is Lebanon, and we’ll engage in a
conversation with Michael Totten, (www.michaeltotten.com) author of
/The Road to Fatima Gate./ As a journalist, Michael has most of
Lebanon, including “Hezbollahland,” and believes that country will
play a major role in the next round of violence emerging from that
region.

The /Goldstone Report/ of 2007 was used as a club to accuse Israel of
war crimes incurred while defending itself from missile attacks
originating in Gaza. Now the report’s author, Richard Goldstone,
says if he knew then what he knows now the report would be
different. Shoshana Bryan from JINSA (www.jinsa.org) guests to
examine the long-term fallout from this report and what that means
for the next round of violence as Hezbollah and Hamas mount
weaponry on the north and south of Israel.

Then Dexter van Zile from CAMERA (www.camera.org) picks up this
thread with an inquiry as to why various mainline Christian
denominations used the Goldstone report to criticize Israel but
have said little since Robert Goldstone’s latest recantation was
issued.

Finally we need to examine border security not in the Middle East
but on our southern border. As violence increases, there is a
singular lack of will on the part of politicians to do anything
about it. Jim Gilchrist (www.minutemanproject.com) from the
Minuteman Project joins us.

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