Thu, 13 April 2017
I wanted to talk a little today about the battlefield and the difficulty in understanding what's true and what isn't
The Syria chemical weapons attack is a perfect example. The Syrians deny doing it, we say they did, the president says there can be no question, and the Russians say it never happened.
Who's lying and who's telling the truth?
We may never know. Today we'll look at a similar story involving a U.S. attack on a warehouse.
Apparently, we accidently killed some innocent people in the attack, but the Syrians say we hit a chemical weapons depot killing hundreds.
Everybody has an agenda, so it's hard to know who to trust. The truth is, we may never know. On the battlefield intelligence is often difficult to sort and verify.
It could be everyone THINKS they are telling the truth when in fact none of them have the whole story.
We also spend a lot of time today talking about business and how an economy works.
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