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SOFA Speaks Special Operations For America


 Gary Stubblefield, Chairman of Special Operations For America and a 20+ year military veteran welcomes you to SOFA! SOFA is a Super PAC dedicated to recruiting, supporting, and getting military veterans elected into the House and Senate at the Federal Level. Just a few decades ago, many of our representatives had military experience and even full military careers before going into politics; whereas now only a minority percentage do. These earlier veterans understood national defense, security of our nation, and how to advise the government administration and departments on strategic and tactical considerations. They understood the value of keeping our promises with our military men, women, and families. We need to reinfuse our nation's military heroes back to elected offices in DC to strengthen our vital interests. If you wish to learn more about SOFA, please visit our website at And now let's begin today's program




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Healthcare and Humanity

Hagop M. Kantarjian, M.D., is a nonresident fellow in health policy. He serves as a professor and chair of the Department of Leukemia at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, where he is also the Kelcie Margaret Kana Research Chair and associate vice president for global academic programs. As a clinical-translational researcher, Kantarjian has contributed to significant improvements in the treatment of various leukemias, including the development and testing of first- and second-generation BCR-ABL inhibitors in chronic myeloid leukemia, combination therapies for acute lymphocytic leukemia, and several new treatments for acute myeloid leukemia and myelodysplastic syndrome.

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Don Mazzella On Otto F. Warmbier 15 years prison sentence in North Korea

An American college student who tearfully apologized for trying to steal a political propaganda poster from his hotel in Pyongyang, the North Korean capital, was sentenced on Wednesday to 15 years of prison and hard labor.

The punishment of the student, Otto F. Warmbier, infuriated the White House and elicited strong condemnations from other officials and rights activists. It came amid rising tensions between North Korea and the United States over North Korea's unbridled nuclear weapons and missile testing.

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What Justice Antonin Scalia’s Death Means

Gerard Haran talks with Gary about What Justice Antonin Scalia's Death Means. Antonin Scalia, the sharp-tongued U.S. Supreme Court justice who sought to limit constitutional protections to those envisioned by the nation's founders, has died. He was 79. Scalia was a polarizing force on the court and across the country. Scalia was the court's leading proponent of a strict interpretation of federal statutes, preferring to parse statutory language rather than sift through volumes of legislative history. He sought out bright lines in the law and criticized the multifaceted balancing tests used by colleagues.

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Defeating the Islamic State

How can we protect against sleeper cells? What are they ways we could nix their communication? Is it possible to halt all communication between these terror groups?
 The barbarism of the attacks in Paris and San Bernardino mark a new low in terror. The attacks were not directed against national symbols or government targets, but designed simply to kill innocent men, women and children. The murderers did not even bother to issue demands. 
 In the wake of the attacks, people rightly ask, what could France have done better? What could the United States have done better? And people are offering up various solutions regarding borders, visas, police procedures and the battle against ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Would this really have prevented these kind of attacks?

Colonel Gillem, US Army (Retired)

After graduating from West Point, Colonel Gillem served 22 years in the Army, first as an Airborne Ranger with two combat tours, for which he was awarded two purple hearts and seven awards for Valor. Colonel Gillem also served as a Mideast War Planner while serving at US Readiness Command.

To learn more about Colonel Gillem please visit

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SOFA with John Braggiotti

Son of an Immigrant who went on to be a part of the precursor to the CIA John Braggiotti brings an up close and personal view to the much debated Obama policy on immigration. John's chilling story of the woman on the plan and the immigrant child can't be missed!


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