On The Show Today
Sep 10 2013
- Secretary of State John Kerry's gaffe leads to Russian proposal and possible solution, President Obama claims the plan to be his all along
- Obama says Syria is afraid of him, and that's why they are considering the Russian plan
- Obama indicates he doesn't have confidence he'd get a vote allowing a strike in Congress: House unlikely to pass, Senate has taken vote off the calendar, big majorities of American citizens oppose a strike
- Of 10 Senators who voted for a strike in committee, they received 83% more in defense contributions than the seven who voted against a strike
HARRIS ZAFAR - MuslimsForPeace.org
Muslim take on Syria
Harris Zafar is National Spokesperson for Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA – among the oldest Muslim organizations in America. Harris addresses issues facing Islam and the Muslim world in various media and also elucidates the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s nationwide efforts towards pluralism and understanding. He encourages Muslims to speak out about the true teachings of Islam in order to counter the incorrect image created by extreme militants across the world.
FEATURED GUEST: SENATOR EVAN BAYH - McGuireWoods.com
Evan Bayh is the former Senator from Indiana. While in the Senate, he served on the Armed Services; Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs; Energy and Natural Resources; Small Business and Entrepreneurship; Intelligence; and Aging committees. Prior to serving in the Senate, he was a two-term Governor of Indiana. He is currently a partner with McGuire Woods in Washington DC
John has helped to form a new organization as a Christian alternative to the Boy Scouts, Trail Life USA
John Stemberger is an Eagle Scout and the Founder of OnMyHonor.Net, the official coalition of concerned parents, Scout Leaders, Scouting Donors, Eagle Scouts and other members of the BSA who are united in their support of Scouting’s timeless values and in their opposition to open homosexuality in the Boy Scouts.
DR. ROBERT JEFFRESS - FirstDallas.org
Obama's Moral Conundrum on Syria
Dr. Robert Jeffress is the pastor of the 11,000- member First Baptist Church of Dallas, which he has served since August 2007.