H2: 03/06/14: Frank Gaffney, Phil Cooke, James Lileks

March 6, 2014 by  
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03061402 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 2 – Hugh broadcasts from KRLA, this hour, talking to Frank Gaffney Jr., Center For Security Policy president, Phil Cooke, Cooke Pictures filmmaker, and James Lileks, National Review columnist.

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  1. Kerry Davis says:

    The talk between Hugh and James about national borders makes sense in the overall world, but it might need a bit of tweaking when it comes to places that were originally pulled or pushed together not by common identity such as language/culture, but by conquest (such Russia/Soviet Union) or other outside forces drawing up borders to suit their own interests (such as the conglomoration of different sub-nations and sub-people now known as Iraq).

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