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Dan Rather Talks About 21st Century Journalism And The Changing Face Of The News Business In His Book Rather Outspoken

Dan Rather is an award-winning journalist who anchored the CBS Evening News for decades. He is one of America’s most decorated news journalists of all time. We discuss his 60 years in journalism from his memoir, Rather Outspoken.

Guests for August 5, 2012

Guests include UCSB professor Doc Searls explaining the new era of consumerism; comedian Michael Ian Black extolling the freedoms we have in America; Rebecca Coffey helping us make sense of the Aurora, CO shooter John Holmes; gun control law expert John Lott, Jr. explaining his controversial theory of how more guns mean less crime; and Joyce Gioia commenting on a titanic shift in today’s workplace where older workers outnumber younger ones.

Robert Evans Gives His Perspective On Iran’s Nuclear Ambitions In The Middle East

Robert Evans has reported extensively from the region and is here to help make sense of a nuclear Iran and the threat it poses to the United States and the world.

Israel, the US and other Western countries believe Iran’s nuclear program is a cover for developing atomic weapons.

Concern over what to do about Iran came to a head during Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited President Obama at the White House.

Israel asserts his country’s right to defend itself militarily against the Iranian nuclear threat.

President Obama prefers sanctions to military action in the region. A logical concern with US troops already stretched thin across the globe.

Recently, Iranian Officials Offered ‘Permanent Human Monitoring’ of Nuclear Sites softening earlier belligerent talk of closing the Straits of Hormuz if attacked.

Jaime Maussan Discusses Proof Of The Existence Of UFOs

Jaime Maussan is one of the world’s foremost UFOlogists. He’s also a trained journalist. We discuss his proof of the existence of UFOs.

Susan Reed Describes Her Research Into Diversity in American Business From Her Book The Diversity Index

Susan Reed is an investigative journalist and former CBS News producer. She’s conducted research on corporate management and worker discrimination. We discuss her findings contained in her book The Diversity Index.

Gail Rubin Explains How To Have A Good Goodbye When We Leave This Life

Gail Rubin is a member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling. She uncovers which funeral trends are the latest rage in her book A Good Goodbye: Funeral Planning for those Who Don’t Plan to Die.

Michael Wallis Tells of David Crockett: The Lion of the West

Michael Wallis is the biographer of one of America’s great pioneers—Davy Crockett. We get to know the man behind the legend from his book David Crocket: The Lion of the West.

Daniel Hannan Warns America Of The New Road To Serfdom

Daniel Hannan is a conservative British journalist, an author and a politician who is currently a Member of the European Parliament. We discuss his dire warning to America in his latest book The New Road to Serfdom.

Kathleen Sharp Reveals The Underside Of The Pharmaceutical Industry In Blood Feud

Kathleen Sharp wrote about the bombshell that exploded on Johnson & Johnson when a whistle blowing salesperson exposed Procrit for the dangerous drug it is. We discuss her book Blood Feud.

Jesse Eisinger Takes Us Inside The Wall Street Money Machine To Expose One Cause Of The Great Recession

Jesse Eisinger is a Pulitzer Prize winning reporter for Pro-Publica who investigated Wall Street and the financial collapse. We’ll debate the causes of the collapse from his book The Wall Street Money Machine.

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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