Guests for July 29, 2012


The line-up for THE BILL FRANK RADIO SHOW on Sunday, July 29, 2012 reads like this:

Bill Davidow examines the promise and the threat of the Internet. We discuss his thesis from his book Over Connected.

Dr. Sal Giorgianni, chairman of the Men’s Health Caucus of the American Public Health Association, discusses the first example of healthcare rationing under Obamacare—PSA testing for men.

Andrew Roberts provides a new history of the Second World War. We’ll discuss his book The Storm of War.

Maria Cardona, a principal at Dewey Square Group, will discuss the Latina vote in the 2012 Election.

Robert Zubrin, president of Pioneer Aeronautics and a fellow at the Center for Security Policy, scrutinizes radical environmentalists, criminal pseudo-scientists and the fatal cult of Antihumanism. We discuss his provocative book Merchants of Despair.

John McManus provides the American side of Operation Market Garden in World War II. We’ll discuss his book September Hope.

Join me at 11 o’clock am Pacific time on News/Talk 1520 KVTA in Ventura and on the Internet at