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Kerri Zane Opines On The Role Of Single-Moms In Society From Her Book It Takes All 5

Kerri Zane is a divorced, single-mother who’s had enough family trauma, male drama and kid adventures to fill a book—which she’s done. We discuss America’s changing perception about single-motherhood and the impact single moms have on society.

Chris Hillman Forges Ahead With New Music

Chris Hillman has roots in gospel, folk, country and rock & roll music. He’s navigated the music scene from obscurity to the pinnacles of popular success eventually finding his own “groove” back in the folk/country rock where he began.

John Lott, Jr. Explains Why Everything You Thought About Gun Control Is Wrong In His Book More Guns, Less Crime

John Lott has conducted the most comprehensive data analysis ever on crime statistics and right-to-carry laws. His conclusions have drawn both lavish praise and heated criticism. We discuss his findings from his book, More Guns, Less Crime.

Rebecca Coffey Reveals How Criminals Are Made, Not Born From Her Book Murders Most Foul

Rebecca Coffey is journalist who’s examined murderous rampages—such as the one at Aurora, CO. She’s concluded that “Criminals Are Made, Not Born.” We discuss her findings contained in her latest book, Murders Most Foul.

John McManus Presents The American Perspective Of Operation Market Garden In His Book September Hope

John McManus is an expert on one of World War II’s most infamous battles—the planned invasion of Germany code named Operation Market Garden. We talk about the failed attack from the American perspective from his latest book, September Hope: The American Side Of A Bridge Too Far.

Andrew Roberts Gives A New Perspective On World War II In His Latest Book, The Storm Of War

Andrew Roberts is a renowned historian who—among other things—commentated on Prince William and Kate Middlebury’s royal wedding with Matt Lauer and Meredith Viera of NBC’s Today Show. We focus our attention on the Greatest Generation as we discuss his latest book The Storm of War.

Dr. Sal Giorgianni Provides The First Example Of Healthcare Rationing Under Obamacare—PSA Testing For Men

Dr. Sal Giorgianni believes men at risk for prostate cancer are the first victims of government-directed medical care. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force just axed the only test that detects prostate cancer. President Obama got a PSA test when he turned 50, but millions of American men won’t. We discuss the first example of healthcare rationing directly attributable to Obamacare.

Bob Zorn Presents New Facts To Solve The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case From His Book Cemetery John

Bob Zorn has thoroughly investigated a story ripped from the headlines. No—not today’s headlines—the headlines 80 years ago. He’s discovered the missing mastermind behind the Lindbergh baby kidnapping and tells all in his book, Cemetery John.

Robert Guffey Examines Conspiracy Theories As An Art Form In His Book, Cryptoscatology

Robert Guffey has examined conspiracy theories from all angles to discover new connections between wide swaths of events. We discuss his latest work, Cryptoscatology.

Troy Evans Claims Too Many People Are Caged By The Prison Within And Explains How To Break Free

Troy Evans was convicted for bank robbery and served his sentence with some of the most hardened criminals in the federal penitentiary system.

He had to overcome significant obstacles to better himself, once he decided to change for the better.

He helps us understand the prisons in which we find ourselves, and how to overcome obstacles to reach our goals.

Bill Frank’s Guests

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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