Our uncertain, unsafe world

by | Apr 16, 2013 | Podcast

boston-bombIs our daily lifestyle of home, family and security just an illusion? Later in the program, an American pastor being held in an Iranian prison has been told to renounce his faith in Jesus Christ, and today there is word that he is being tortured.  Plus, why haven’t we heard from the mainstream media about the horrific murder trial of the abortion doctor who witnesses say killed babies that were born alive during his procedures?
But first, the biggest news of the day. Our nation is reeling from the bomb attack during the last leg of the Boston Marathon yesterday, where the death toll has risen to three; among the dead is an eight-year-old boy. Authorities report that at more than 130 people were injured when the explosions occurred, including several children with severe trauma. Some of the victims underwent amputations and are suffering from burns, while others sustained injuries from shrapnel.

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Who could do such a thing? And why? Joining us in our first segment is Ryan Mauro, founder of The Clarion Project.org, WorldThreats.com, and RadicalIslam.org. and an intelligence analyst with the Asymmetric Warfare and Intelligence Center. Ryan has done extensive research for the Reform Party of Syria, a group dedicated to bringing democracy to that country. In 2005, he published his first book, Death to America: The Unreported Battle of Iraq, about the conflict in the Middle East.
Ryan has provided our listeners with a free DVD of the movie, Obsession. Just go to THIS LINK and type in the password “LeMay.”
Ryan has appeared on dozens of radio and TV shows, including the Left’s Al Franken Show and the Right’s Laura Ingraham Show. He’s a frequent guest speaker at venues such as the prestigious Intelligence Summit, has broken front-page stories on Internet news Web sites, and has had articles widely published in media outlets such as Pajamas Media, FrontPage Magazine, and the peer-reviewed journal, Middle East Quarterly. Check out Ryan’s Blog.