On Thursday's Mark Levin Show: Fox News' James Rosen calls in and talks about new documents that show Bowe Berghdahl may have declared jihad against America. He also brings up more questions about Bergdahl's capture or defection in Afghanistan, the motivations behind it, and what may have happened to him psychologically when he was held for 5 years. Mark says that it is President Obama's goal to shut down Guantanamo Bay before his Presidential term is over and that in order to do so, he released these 5 terrorists as a start. He is driven by ideologue and not by what is right - similar to what our Congress is doing by not securing the border and allowing illegals to run rampant here. Also, Obama says America doesn't leave anyone behind that's in uniform - well what about those in Benghazi that were asking for help and were ignored? Finally, audio from President Ronald Reagan on the 10th Anniversary of his death.


Congress Not Told Of Bergdahl Swap Because Taliban Threatened To Kill Him: Officials

NY Times 
Iran's Leader Says Obama Has Removed Military Option

Fox News 
Bergdahl declared jihad in captivity, secret documents show

The Hill 
Graham warns of Republican impeachment push over Gitmo

Taliban Commander: More Kidnappings to Come After Bergdahl Deal

Daily Mail 
Obama ignored chances to rescue Bergdahl on the ground because he WANTED a terror trade to help close down Guantanamo Bay, claim Pentagon sources

Right Scoop 
President Obama: I make no apologies for Bergdahl trade [VIDEO]

Illegal Immigrant: Reports in Central America Encourage Trek North

Washington Times 
DHS renews non-deportation policy for Dreamers

Arizona Republic 
Food, water, smiles greet migrants shipped to Arizona

The Reagan Foundation 
President Reagan passed away 10-years ago today. Here is a video of his farewell address as he prepared to leave office in 1989. Well worth watching

Robert Kennedy Assassination 46-years ago today

Morgan Freeman nails the income inequality debate in this powerful 1 minute video

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