Check out Between the Synapse’s podcast featuring International Studies scholar Dr. Jonathan Adelman wherein we discuss the strategy of characterizing ISIS as non-Islamic. Also discussed, Iran’s march for regional hegemony and perhaps empire.
As September 11, continues echoing in our collective and individual memories, we commemorate the 13th anniversary of the most horrific terrorist attack on our nation and discuss what we have learned, and what we’ve forgotten. Join Between the Synapse for a compelling discussion on our country’s past, as well as future, with former FBI agent Jim Davis.
The shooting of Michael Brown ignited not only protests and conflict in Ferguson, Missouri but a national discussion on the separation of race from justice. What the facts ultimately reveal, while important, won’t alter the view of many African Americans that law enforcement provides more concern than security. How did we get here and what do we do now. Joining Between the Synapse to discuss these issues is past chair of the Texas Legislative Black Caucus and community leader Rep. Garnet Coleman. Plus ISIS and Baseball rule changes.
Good insight into how ISIS captured so much of Iraq so quickly. The NYT reports how the U.S. trained soldiers were prepared to fight but let down by incompetent and unfit senior military leadership.
Podcast for the June 19’s Open Line Broadcast featuring calls from Nancy Grace, an ISIS terrorist, the maker of LeBron’s glasses, Donald Sterling and others.