Ret. Air Force Col. Sam Gardiner: 'There is No Islamic Extremism'

Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Iraq army soldiers and commandos show off their anti-terrorism skills and skills against criminal activities at a camp in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk. (Marwan Ibrahim/Getty)

The U.S. has been at war in Afghanistan for almost ten years, with one of the main objectives to hunt down Osama bin Laden. With bin Laden now dead — killed by American Navy Seals, and buried at sea — does U.S. foreign policy on the global war on terrorism have to change? Retired Air Force Colonel, Sam Gardiner believes President Obama will have to find a good argument to stay at war in Afghanistan.

Guests:

Col. Sam Gardiner

Produced by:

David J Fazekas

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