The Opening Verse: Jeremiah 12:1-4

You are always righteous, Lord,
    when I bring a case before you.
Yet I would speak with you about your justice:
    Why does the way of the wicked prosper?
    Why do all the faithless live at ease?
You have planted them, and they have taken root;
    they grow and bear fruit.
You are always on their lips
    but far from their hearts.
Yet you know me, Lord;
    you see me and test my thoughts about you.
Drag them off like sheep to be butchered!
    Set them apart for the day of slaughter!
How long will the land lie parched
    and the grass in every field be withered?
Because those who live in it are wicked,
    the animals and birds have perished.
Moreover, the people are saying,
    “He will not see what happens to us.”


Representative Kat Cammack from Florida’s 3rd Congressional District joins on the Afghanistan debacle. She has been a strong voice on this issue, writing this Newsmax article on her frustration with the withdrawal. Also, 

Dan Eberhart  is CEO of Canary LLC, one of the largest privately owned oil service companies in the country. He is also the author of “The Switch: American Global Energy Renaissance”. He has a team in Lafayette Louisiana, and he was also down in Louisiana during Katrina. He will discuss the storm’s impact on oil markets and the industry. 

Scott Horton is Managing Director of The Libertarian Institute, Editorial Director for, and Host of the “Scott Horton Show.” Now that the war in  Afghanistan is over, Scott wants to end the War on Terror. We will discuss his views on this.


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