**SARAH SILVERMAN STRIKES AGAIN AND JOINS TAX DAY PROTESTS
**NORTH KOREA PROMISES A WEEKLY NUCLEAR MISSILE LAUNCH
**DEMOCRATS CALLING FOR BERNIE TO TAKE OVER - LEFT DEPRESSED AFTER 2016 LOSS
**SPORTS ANNOUNCER NOT HAPPY ABOUT USE OF THE FLAG AT SPORTING EVENTS
**DEBATE CONTINUES, MILITARY ACTION AGAINST SYRIA, POTENTIAL MIDDLE EAST CONFLICT
4:05PM ET - Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the House, is here to address the news of the weekend and the pressure surrounding President Donald Trump and his decisions regarding foreign policy.
4:30PM ET - Sara Carter, Senior National Security Correspondent for Circa.com, is here for a recap on foreign policy and the events of an overreaching government attempting to create confusion and division in the world.
5:05PM ET - Terry Jeffrey, Editor in Chief of CNS News and Jeffrey Lord, Former associate political director in the Reagan administration, columnist and author of the book What America Needs: The Case for Trump are here to debate and discuss the issues of the day, primarily our role in the Middle East and the threats from North Korea. From Terry’s column on the issue of Assad and Syria:
Will Trump, like Bush, unleash a greater threat than the one he seeks to destroy?
Like Saddam, Assad is a secular dictator. Like Saddam, he has done evil things to maintain power. Like Saddam, who represented a Sunni minority in a Shiite majority country, Assad represents an Alawite minority in a Sunni majority country. Like Saddam, Assad sees Islamist radicals as a threat.
And like Saddam, Assad, if removed from power, will leave a vacuum that the Islamic State, or those who share its ideology, would seek to fill.
And as in Iraq, a U.S. regime-changing effort in another fragile Middle Eastern state would be a profound mistake — even if Congress approved it with a bipartisan vote. (H/T CNS News)