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Tonight, the subject will obviously be the developments in Eqypt and what does that mean for us here in the USA.
9:20-10p Lee Boyland(Author and Middle East expert) regarding the changes in Egypt. What does it mean?
Lee is author of four books including the latest Pirates and Cartels. You can contact Lee and read about his other novels based on his handling of nuclear weapons in the U.S. military at:
10:05-10:30p Doug Graham (Author of a number of books on the Mid East and former Speechwriter in the Bush administration). Doug has a perspective on whether this is another Iran 1979 or real democracy.
10:35-11p ET. Jim Jacobson, President of the Christian Freedom International. His organization has been petitioning the U.S. Government for more pressure on Arab nations' treatment of christians. His web site is:
11:05p ET Ken Timmerman(author on a number of books regarding the Mid East) and writer for Newsmax.com.
The media seems to be pushing the idea that the revolution in Egypt is a move toward a western democracy. Is this what is really happening or are we seeing a move toward a more anti-American, anti-Israel state in Egypt. Why has President Obama been so quiet about what side the U.S. is on in the change?
Doug Kellett @idougradio
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