Mikey Weinstein

President, Military Religious Freedom Foundation

Guest

President of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation and co-author of With God on Our Side: One Man's War Against an Evangelical Coup in America's Military; former White House counsel in the Reagan administration and former general counsel to Ross Perot

 

Mikey Weinstein on KCRW

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President Obama attended services at Fort Hood today for the  13 victims  of last week's shootings.

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President Obama attended services at Fort Hood today for the  13 victims  of last week's shootings.  Major Nidal Hasan is recovering from his own wounds and has yet to be charged.

Could the Fort Hood Shootings Have Been Prevented?

President Obama attended services at Fort Hood today for the 13 victims of last week's shootings.  Major Nidal Hasan is recovering from his own wounds and has yet to be charged.

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