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Apr082017

[WKBK New Hampshire] April 11th: Jack Talks Faux Concern and Pointless Operations

I appear on WKBK in New Hampshire with Dan Mitchell on April 11th at 8:10 a.m. e..s.t. to discuss Trump's $100 million operations against Syria.  Reports have come out today that the Syrians have used the same airbase to hit the same town not long after this U.S. hit  As we watch American politicians weep about these beautiful babies regardless of the 500,00 who have already been slaughtered, there are one hell of a lot of questions that have to be asked and answered.  If we didn't care before, and we didn't, what's the difference?  What is this really about?

This promises to be fun.  Dan is a very smart guy and I always enjoy our conversations.

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