On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Robert Tracinski to discuss the uprising in Libya, and Obama's Free Range Chicken foreign policy. Then, Pejman Yousefzadeh talks about Don Rumsfeld's new book.
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Today we're giving you a special advance preview of Monday's Coffee and Markets with an interview with Elliott Abrams. We'll ask him about what the future holds for Egypt, whether President Obama has had the right response to the crisis, and whether other nations will soon follow.
Lee Smith, the author of The Strong Horse: Power, Politics, and the Clash of Arab Civilizations and a columnist for Tablet, advances an interesting and convincing argument, based both on history and his own experiences in the Middle East, which offers an alternative view to what you'll read in the vast majority of newspapers and books today.
On this week's edition of Coffee and Markets, we're talking about Europe's effect on the markets, the controversy over what the White House offered Sestak, and the fallout from Obama's failure to react to the BP spill.
What if a future President wants to go to war or ship more troops overseas to protect American interests, but can't because China won't let him? Could this actually happen? We'll discuss Niall Ferguson's latest and the dangerous foreign policy ramifications of America's current path on the latest edition of Coffee and Markets.
Is America becoming more like China under President Obama? Or should we be upset that it isn't? We'll talk about the President's jarring diplomatic trip to Asia and how the markets responded to Ben Bernanke's New York speech on today's Coffee and Markets.