Here’s Part 2 of our in-depth interview with Iona Craig of The Intercept on all things Yemen. Thanks to Iona for taking so much time to talk with us and sitting in on some of our headlines.
We also dig into the recent news involving denied claims for veterans and family members who were poisoned by drinking contaminated water at Camp Lejuene. This is a far reaching issue, as anyone who lived or worked on or near Camp Lejuene could possibly get diseases, including a variety of cancers. If you happen to have served or lived in that area, please click the link below for the VA’s website dedicated to this issue. There’s also the matter of current servicemembers being forced to use and drink contaminated water (looking at you, Quantico!!)
00:41 – Danny attend West Point panel with Col (ret.) Andrew Basevich on the Global War on Terror
14:38 – Former marine fighting for coverage from Camp Lejuene exposures
29:16 – Current status with our ‘frenemy’ Turkey / how Turkish citizens see Americans
39:24 – Interview with Iona Craig of the Intercept – Part 2
1:15:10 – Five min rant – military parade on Veteran’s Day
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