Friday, April 30, 2010

Midrats: National Security and the 2010 election

Six months prior to the NOV 2010 election, what are the national security issues that will make a difference?

After Senator Brown was elected, this little jewel was delivered by Andrew McCarthy at National Review;
It was health care that nationalized the special election for what we now know is the people’s Senate seat. But it was national security that put real distance between Scott Brown and Martha Coakley. “People talk about the potency of the health-care issue,” Brown’s top strategist, Eric Fehrnstrom, told National Review’s Robert Costa, “but from our own internal polling, the more potent issue here in Massachusetts was terrorism and the treatment of enemy combatants.”
Join my co-host EagleOne and me as we look at the NOV 2010 elections. Same day, Sunday, but different time of 8pm, 02 May.

Our guests will be Mackenzie Eaglen, Research Fellow for National Security at The Heritage Foundation, and James S. Robbins is Senior Editorial Writer for Foreign Affairs at the Washington Times, author of the book, "
Last in Their Class: Custer, Pickett and the Goats of West Point," and a political commentator and contributing editor for National Review Online.

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See you Sunday!

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