Saturday November 24, 2012
Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky (D-Illinois)
Jan Schakowsky is Democratic representative for the 9th congressional district in Illinois. She also serves on the Permanent Select House Committee on Intelligence, which is investigating Benghazi.
Today, we discuss the attack on the consulate in Benghazi – as well as much of the disinformation that has been swirling around it – including the talking points and who changed them and why; the President not calling it a terrorist attack; the funding for consulate and embassy security that was cut by the House of Representatives; and whether or not this is a genuine investigation – or just an attempt to discredit the President.
Saturday July 28, 2012
“Daughter of a Porn King:
A True Story.”
Cynthia obtained her doctorate by age twenty-seven – became a National Figure competitor (which is the top 1 percent in physical fitness) – was a professor for seven years and a dean of a college.
Saturday June 16, 2012
“Vegas Rag Doll:
A True Story of Terror and Survival as the Wife of a
Mob Hit Man.”
We are thrilled that Wendy has agreed to spend the entire hour with us to share her incredible story.
Saturday May 26, 2012
Timothy Phelps – Westboro Baptist Church
The WBC is known for its extreme ideologies, especially those against homosexuality, and its protest activities, which include picketing funerals of American servicemen and desecrating the American flag.
This is from their web site… “WBC engages in daily peaceful sidewalk demonstrations opposing the homosexual lifestyle of soul-damning, nation-destroying filth.”
(And if you ask them nicely… they’ll tell you how they REALLY feel!)
Saturday May 19, 2012
By now, you’re probably heard the tragic story of Jeremiah Shahan – a 1 year old baby here in Las Vegas that was mauled to death by the family dog “Onion” on his 1st birthday.
A Clark County District Judge has determined Onion is vicious, and should be euthanized. One organization, Project Lexus, in New York, is trying to save the dog.
Richard Rosenthal is the co-founder and general counsel for Project Lexus. He joins us today from New York.
Saturday May 12
A founding member of the Motown female singing group The Supremes, she was the only artist to be a consistent member of the group in its eighteen-year existence (1959–1977).
During its lifespan the group scored 33 top 40 hits, including 12 national #1s on the Billboard pop music charts.
She has published the autobiography Dreamgirl: My Life As a Supreme, which set a record (since surpassed) as the most successful autobiography ever written by a musical figure.
Mary is performing at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts tonight.