The Volatility of 2012
Saturday, January 21, 2012

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Jan's guest is White House correspondent Bill Koenig who suggests that 2012 may be the most volatile year in recent memory. They discuss "Campaign 2012," the major scenarios in play, the White House-orchestrated Arab takeover of the Middle East by violent Islamics, the unprecedented toll on America from natural disasters, and much more. What are the implications of the new White House Chief-of-Staff who is Jewish? For more info on Bill and his "Koenig's Eye-View from the White House" e-newsletter, visit www.watch.org. We also highly recommend his book, "Eye to Eye: Facing the Consequences of Dividing Israel." We are not carrying it right now but you can find it as his Web site.
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