North Korea Turns Out The Lights At Sony Entertainment

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Summary: On Today’s Show:<br> <br> * Sony yields to North Korea’s demands<br> * JT’s take on Enhanced Interrogation<br> * Pentagon to release 250 MRAPs back to Iraq as “excess defense articles.”<br> * In light of Russia’s agressive posturing, Sweden is rethinking it’s defense strategy and may also become a NATO member.<br> * Strange news<br> * Listener Q and A<br> <br> Write Us A 5 Star Review:<br> <a href=""></a><br> Perfect for the holidays:<br> <a href=""></a><br> <a href=""></a><br> Visit Our Show Sponsor:<br> Attention military units, first responders and anyone needing a custom PVC velcro patch! Visit for all your PVC patch needs and be sure to tell them Chairborne Commandos sent you and get 50% off mold fees for 500 or more parts!<br> <a href=""></a><br>