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Marian Merritt Explains Internet Crime In the Early 21st Century

Marian Merritt is an advisor to Norton on Internet safety. We discuss the new threats cropping up on the Internet in the 21st Century.

Dr. Cass Ingram Unveils Political Shenanigans In His Latest Book Rigged

Cass Ingram has turned his attention to the 2012 US election. His latest book, Rigged, examines the fraud and dirty tricks being used to keep health freedom advocate Dr. Ron Paul off the Republican Presidential ticket and out of the Oval Office.

Tony Strickland Discusses His Platform For The US House Of Representatives

Senator Tony Strickland is the Republican contender for the US House of Representatives from the newly formed 26th Congressional District that includes much of Ventura County—excluding Simi Valley. We discuss his platform and his campaign.

Bruce Schneier Explains Gaining And Maintaining Trust In Society From His Book Liars & Outliers

Bruce Schneier is a security expert. When people want to know how security really works, they turn to him. We discuss enabling the trust society needs to survive from his book Liars & Outliers.

Margie Cochrane Discusses Her New Role As Publisher And Chief Revenue Officer Of The Ventura County Star

Margie Cochrane is new to the community. She’s the newly installed Publisher and Chief Revenue Officer for the Ventura County Star. We discuss her plans for the newspaper and journalism in the 21st Century.

Marilu Henner Gives Compelling Reasons To Develop One’s Memory From Her Book Total Memory Makeover

Marilu Henner is a well-known actress and a producer who has a special gift. She was featured on 60 Minutes for her Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory. We discuss how to uncover our pasts and take charge of our futures from her book Total Memory Makeover.

Jeanne Hopkins And Jamie Turner Update Listeners On The Latest Marketing Techniques From Their Book Go Mobile

Jeanne Hopkins and Jamie Turner are gurus in the burgeoning area of mobile marketing. We discuss location-based marketing, apps and other mobile strategies to grow a business from their book Go Mobile.

Stephen Schochet Regales Listeners With Celebrity Tales From His Book Hollywood Stories

Stephen Schochet has the “scoop” on many of Hollywood’s actors and legends. He’s compiled his accumulated knowledge into a fascinating book titled Hollywood Stories: Short, Entertaining Anecdotes About The Stars And Legends Of The Movies.

Daniel Coyle Tracks The Keys To Developing Talent And Skill In His Book The Little Book of Talent

Daniel Coyle has taken tips from the talent hotbeds he’s visited for the past five years: top music academies, sports teams, the Navy SEALs, Olympic training centers, and world-class businesses and schools. We discuss his findings that he condensed into a portable manual for coaches and success-oriented people titled The Little Book of Talent.

Niels Nielsen Reviews The US Presidents’ Religion And Ethics In His Book God In The Obama Era

Niels Nielsen is a professor emeritus at Rice University in Religious Thought. He’s examined the role of religion and ethics among the Presidents of the United States. We discuss his latest book God in the Obama Era.

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Here is the lineup of guests for Guests For October 5, 2013

Guests For October 5, 2013

My guests this week are Bob McCord, founding member of VREG, talking about Ventura's budget woes; healthcare expert Sally Pipes exposing the flaws of Obamacare as the Insurance Exchanges open for business; and Stuart Crain, CEO of TVTalk discussing how his app will revolutionize television viewing. Read More

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