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QUICK HITS 11 – The boy who cried Wolf

Intelligence is an important part of decision making but what happens when the officials using intelligence can’t be trusted?

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QUICK HITS 10 – Iranian Missiles

The Iran-US mini-conflict seems to have ebbed – what is really at stake here?

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QUICK HITS 9 – Gay Jesus in Rio?

Many people take religion seriously but is it ok to take violent action against someone who makes fun of your faith?

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QUICK HITS 8 – Mental Illness

Is there a link between mental illness and terrorism? Yes, sometimes, but not as often as you would think.

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QUICK HITS 7 – Military

Does the military have a significant role to play in counter terrorism? Yes….and no. Have a listen to this quick hits episode!

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QUICK HITS #6 – China and Russia

Two recent stories about Chinese and Russian activities in Canada raise real questions about how concerned our government is about national security. Have a listen!

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QUICK HITS #5 – Is Luke Skywalker a freedom fighter?

Luke Skywalker is a freedom fighter right? Or is he a terrorist? On the eve of The Rise of Skywalker, listen to this cheeky look at terrorism and science fiction.

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QUICK HITS #4 – Allied Democratic Forces

There is an ISIS-affiliated terrorist group in the DRC that is killing civilians and wreaking havoc with Ebola containment. This Quick Hit podcast discusses the actions of the Allied Democratic Forces jihadists.

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QUICK HITS #3 – Edmonton

A man who tried to kill a police officer then mowed down four pedestrians in downtown Edmonton in what RCMP characterized as a terrorist attack was sentenced Friday to 28 years in prison.

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QUICK HITS #2 – Denmark

Police in Denmark on Wednesday arrested up to 20 people in a major anti-terror operation at several locations in the country. Phil Gurski discusses this recent incident.