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Had I been in the room with Trump, Netanyahu, and that truckload of applauding sycophants bussed in from the Israeli Embassy, and had been forced to sit down in the front row and listen to Trump-and-Bibi’s “Deal of the Century” bullshit, I could easily have suicide-bombed the whole place without needing an explosive vest—since just... Listen
First hour: J. Michael Springmann is an attorney and former State Department official whose bizarre experiences at his post in Saudi Arabia are recounted in Visas for al-Qaeda: CIA Handouts that Rocked the World. Along with former CIA officer Philip Giraldi, ex-Defense Department advisor Michael Maloof, and US Army anti-terror official Scott Bennett, Mike Springmann... Listen
J. Michael “Mike” Springmann, author of Visas for al-Qaeda, attended the New Horizons Conference in Mashhad, Iran, last May. In this interview Mike and I discuss our experiences at New Horizons Conferences—and the witch hunt against New Horizons and Monica Witt, a former US Air Force officer who attended one of the conferences and who... Listen
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