For this week’s episode of The Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast, our host Shane Vander Hart discusses President Trump’s recent Twitter threat to the President of Iran and his current policy toward Iran with Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis (USA, Ret.), a senior fellow and military expert with Defense Priorities, a DC-based think tank that promotes realistic foreign policies.
Prior to that interview, Shane discusses the following items of interest:
- U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) said those who support Judge Brett Kavanaugh are complicit in evil.
- The Des Moines Register’s editorial thinks Iowa’s Voter ID law is “unnecessary” and “causes confusion.”
- A Ninth Circuit Court panel ruled in favor of open carry.
- An Oregon high school student suspended for wearing a “banned” Trump t-shirt is awarded $25,000.
Our interview guest, Lt. Col. Davis, retired from the United States Army after 21 years of active service, which included four deployments into combat zones— twice to Iraq and twice to Afghanistan, as well as, serving as a U.S. advisor to the Second Republic of Korea Army. He was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for Valor at the Battle of 73 Easting during the First Gulf War in 1991 and was awarded a second Bronze Star Medal for service in Afghanistan in 2011.
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