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Domestic Unrest Impacts USA’s War on Terror (Jan 30, 2015)

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“Perhaps we’ve been too busy fighting domestic battles that should have been won long ago after multiple decades, multiple amendments to the Constitution, multiple rounds of protests, and (believe it or not)…even a Civil War.”

PITTSBURGH CABLE NEWS CHANNEL (January 30, 2015): Political commentator Lenny McAllister (host, “NightTalk: Get to the Point”) discusses how America’s domestic battles are impacting the USA in its ongoing fight against ISIS, al-Qaeda, and terrorism cells during the “War On Terror”. McAllister’s January 30 version of his “Starting Point” commentary addresses how unrest within America’s politics, urban communities, and other areas of strife must end if we are to defeat the nation’s 21st century international enemies.


A clip from the Get To The Point Panel discussion on January 30 episode can be by clicking the picture above or by clicking HERE


NightTalk: Get to the Point” is hosted by Lenny McAllister and airs on the Pittsburgh Cable News Channel live on Friday nights at 8pm with an encore presentation on Mondays at 5pm.

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