Mark Levin on FOX on Obama and Israel etc.

Recently I have gotten into the habit of listing to Mr. Levin, formerly a lawyer before he reinvented himself as a radio talk show host, while doing things that require attention but leave me free to listen, for about an hour or so a day. I recommend people find an app, whether its an iPhone app or an Android app for streaming radio or the Mark Levin app itself and listen when they can. You may or may not agree with all his analysis or opinions but for the education on American history and constitutional law makes it worth it.

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8 thoughts on “Mark Levin on FOX on Obama and Israel etc.

  1. This is what you call superior sense of smell… Actually, I suspect it is more about so called friends with benefits than anything else. So no worries.

    Taliban ‘fled’ Pakistani offensive ‘before it began’ (BBC, July 10, 2014)

    “A Pakistani army commander in the tribal region of North Waziristan has said that senior Taliban militants managed to flee the area before the start of an offensive in mid-June. It is the first time the army has admitted that militant leaders escaped, the BBC’s Shahzeb Jillani says. The aim of the offensive is to rid the region of the Taliban and al-Qaeda.

    On Thursday at least six suspected militants were killed in a US drone strike in North Waziristan. Three weeks into an army offensive in the region, the military say that about 400 suspected militants have been killed – mostly by air strikes carried out by helicopter gunships.

    The figures cannot be independently verified.

    Major-General Zafarullah Khan admitted that the senior militant senior leadership remains at large and that some saw the operation coming. “It will be wrong on my part to say that some of them did not escape,” he said.

    “They could smell the operation was about to begin. The talks failed, the build-up for the operation had already begun and they could see that, they could sense and smell and therefore the leadership was not here. The leadership tried to abandon the place.”

    One Pakistani Taliban commander, Gilaman Mehsood, said in a telephone interview with the AP news agency from an undisclosed location that the military’s casualty figures were incorrect and that most Pakistani Taliban fighters have taken sanctuary in border areas of Afghanistan.

    Our correspondent says that some in Pakistan allege that militants with close ties to elements in the army were given ample warning, and even safe passage, to get out before the operation began.

    But it is an allegation that the military strongly denies….”

  2. Listening to Mark Levin is a very educational experience, everyone who wants to understand the history or the US and how our government is suppose to work needs to listen to him.

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