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Guests for September 23, 2012

Guests include Pepperdine University fellow Bruce Herschensohn; GOP Political trickster Roger Stone; Michael Douglas biographer Marc Eliot; CNBC reporter Robert Frank; Slate columnist Sasha Issenberg; and successful community banker Tony Nuzzo.

Marc Eliot Presents Michael Douglas’s Struggle To Emerge From His Father’s Shadow In His Biography Michael Douglas

Marc Eliot is a celebrity biographer who is known for his biography of Ronald Reagan during his Hollywood years, among many others. He’s turned his attention to one of America’s legendary movie stars—and a member of a Hollywood royal family. We look inside the business of show business by examining the biography of Michael Douglas.

Fred Eckert Refutes Media Coverage Of Barrack Obama In His Book That’s A Crock, Barrack

Fred Eckert believes mainstream media is far too lenient towards the remarks by President Barack Obama. While the media portrays President Obama as brainy and knowledgeable, my guest will show that much of what the president says is “incredibly dopey.” We discuss his book That’s a Crock, Barrack.

Michael Reagan Handicaps The GOP Presidential Debates And Talks Republican Politics

Michael Reagan is a political commentator and son of former California Governor and former President Ronald Reagan. We discuss the Iowa Caucuses and the upcoming GOP debates.

Guests for January 6, 2012

Guests include Michael Reagan talking politics, Tommy Hawkins talking basketball and Diane Goldstein talking pot.

Will Watson Describes The National Emergency Airborne Command Post

Will Watson is the former Chief of Intelligence on the National Emergency Airborne Command post. He describes his role and the importance of the National Emergency Airborne Command throughout history.

Larry Naritelli Describes What It Was Like To Run For California Governor As A Tea Party Candidate From His Book Don’t Tread On Me

Larry Naritelli is a Gubernatorial candidate in the 2010 election. He ran as a Republican in the Tea Party movement. We discuss why small government, small taxes and large individual freedom are the keys to California’s—and the country’s—future.

Marc Eliot Reveals The Hidden Steve McQueen In His Biography Steve McQueen

Marc Eliot is a celebrity biographer who is known for his biography of Ronald Reagan during his Hollywood years, among many others. He’s turned his attention to one of America’s legendary movie stars known as much for his turbulent life off screen as his movies. We examine the biography of Steve McQueen.

John DePasquale Describes His Incredible Life In The True Adventures Of A Vagabond

John DePasquale is a failed robber and captured criminal who turned his life around through the military and subsequently rubbed shoulders with some of history’s most famous people. We discuss his life and times from his memoir titled =The True Adventures of a Vagabond.

Del Quentin Wilbur Chronicles The Assassination Attempt Of President Ronald Reagan In His Book, Rawhide Down

Del Quentin Wilbur is a recovering former collegiate baseball player who’s turned to journalism. He’s written about an underreported episode in President Ronald Reagan’s presidency—the attempted assassination by John Hinkley, Jr. March 30, 2011 marks the 30th anniversary of the attempt. We talk about his book on the subject, Rawhide Down.

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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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