The Federalist Radio Hour

Failure to deal with terrorism abroad makes domestic attacks more likely. That’s according to Commentary’s Noah Rothman who joins David Harsanyi and Mollie Hemingway on today’s episode of the Federalist Radio Hour.

The assistant online editor argues that the attacks like those in Chattanooga “have become a part of life, and will continue, until their roots overseas are stopped.”

Rothman reasons that while an ideological assault is necessary to win the battle of ideas, it must occur in tandem with military action to stop the violence.

Later, and on a lighter note, Federalist contributor Rebecca Cusey reviews Amy Schumer’s new film, Trainwreck. Raunchy but sweet and honest without being preachy, the film presents an approachable redemption story.

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