September 13, 2011 | Radio America

Dateline: Washington

The killing of Osama bin Laden as well as other top-ranking Al Qaeda figures and the drawing down of U.S. forces lead many to believe we are on the verge of winning the war against Islamic extremism.  Not so, according to Daveed Gartenstein-Ross of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies and author of “Bin Laden’s Legacy”.  Why is the conventional wisdom wrong about where the war stands?  How does our economic mess diminish our military effort?  How has our homeland security response been more big government rather than effective protection?  And what else needs to change for us to succeed in this war?  We discuss it all with Daveed Gartenstein-Ross.


Al Qaeda