I had the pleasure of speaking with Ambassador Bolton today on the Terrestrial Morning Show. We discussed the situation in Egypt as well as the issues surrounding the possibility that Assad of Syria might use chemical weapons. Here are the related links, and a public podcast of the discussion.

Latest on Egypt:

Muslim Brotherhood offices in Cairo set on fire

Egypt’s president offers nothing to defuse crisis

Egypt demonstrators reject Morsi call for dialogue

Latest on Syria:

Syrian chemical weapons may force Western military action: sources

U.S., Israel worry Syria rebels could get chemical weapons

Syria’s Sarin, Chemical Weapons: FAQ

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  1. Shifra says:

    Bolton is a national treasure, and it breaks my heart to think that he will not be have a major role in our national security. At least, not until 2016.

  2. Alain41 says:

    Yes. And still rankles me, that a Republican Senator (former Ohio Sen. Voinovich) wouldn’t agree to his nomination to UN. So, every time that I hear/read some ‘conservative’ say everyone needs to get in line and pull that rope together, I think of how Bolton was treated by Republicans and I say, Heck No. Tammy is right, it is a people’s victory every time we get rid of a Lugar type Republican.

  3. midget says:

    Ambassador Bolton exudes strength and character.Our world would be so better off if people listened to his facts and warnings.But as Oscar Wilde said,”The public have an insatiable curiosity to know everything except what is worth knowing.”

  4. Dave says:

    Who is this Bolton guy! I like what he says!

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