Naming the Enemy — on The Glazov Gang

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This special edition of The Glazov Gang was joined by Stephen Coughlin, the co-founder of UnconstrainedAnalytics.org and the author of the new book, Catastrophic Failure.

He came on the show to discuss Naming the Enemy, analyzing the question: “Do we say the word?”

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And make sure to watch the special edition of The Glazov Gang with Stephen in which he discusses How “Rules of Engagement” Get U.S. Soldiers Killed, unveiling the disgraceful and deadly cost America pays for obeying Islamic laws in Afghanistan:

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6 thoughts on “Naming the Enemy — on The Glazov Gang”

  1. Thank you Jamie and Stephen and everyone else, those who put together this program and those who appear. I pray much more often for my country now than in the years past. God bless us so that the democracy and liberty and free speech with which He has blessed us we will not lose. It takes eternal vigilance to preserve the gifts He has given our country. God bless you folks.

    1. Oh, grow up child. Grow a brain….you pray for your country now? What about all the people dying of horrible disease or hunger etc etc etc. Praying is pointless nonsense. If you believe there is some god, why is your the real one and not someone elses? There is no god. Believe in facts, evidence and proof instead….the world will be a better place.

      1. Love to see yours or any ones proof after loss of Love of God. History is what it is and Love of God is what guided our goodness, justice, will to help and guide the needy
        …not perfection.

  2. thank you Jamie and Steven! it is so important to put ego aside and look for leaders that are not beholden to wealthy elites, but will work for the safety and security of the citizens of this country and support our brave military, giving them a chance to succeed in fighting for our freedoms. it’s easy to take a look at Europe and witness what will happen if we continue on this destructive path. Thank you for your eye opening book Mr. Coughlin! “Catastrophic Failure” is a must read!

  3. 1. Let’s stop calling it “terrorism”, as terrorism is a nebulous, broad concept which lacks specificity. I was robbed at gunpoint while working as a clerk in a convenience store many years ago. I assure you—it was terrifying. But the thugs that did that were later arrested for the specific charge of “armed robbery”–not for “terrifying” me. Let’s start calling it what it is: violent jihad.

    2. Let’s stop calling it “radical Islam”, as there is no such thing. There is Islam; the Islam of Qur’an, sunnah, consensus of the various schools of Islamic jurisprudence, fatwas, etc. And there are its followers–some of whom are literalists–as “Allah” expects of his every slave. Islam is not defined by the degree to which individual Muslims comply with its texts (or not) but by those texts–amputations and all. So let’s call it what it is–written, Orthodox Islam.

    1. RE: Your #2. Totally agree! Thanks to the move — at the point of death — to translate the Bible into local/national languages and the invention of the printing press, more and more of the “folk” could find out what was actually written in the authoritative scriptures. And oila, the Protest-ant Reformation. It is my view that the same has started in Islam. However, the violence and quest for absolutism is also being aided by hundreds of millions that THINK they know what’s in their “scriptures” and recite prayers in Arabic, not even knowing or understanding the language.

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