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Co-hosts Larry Warren and Pam Wylie first have an interview with Brad Taylor author of “All Necessary Force”. Taylor (Lieutenant Colonel ret.) is a twenty-one-year veteran of the U.S. Army Infantry and Special Forces. Then a conversation with veteran reporter and talk show host, Rod Decker, who talks about tonight’s Republican caucus. Finally, Senator Orrin Hatch, who is running for a seventh term, joins the show.
Co-hosts Larry Warren and Pam Wylie have Glenn Wright, Chairman of the Summit County Democratic Party and Henry Glasheen, Chairman of the Summit County Republican Party, discussing the caucus system in Utah. In the second half, Paul Rolly, Salt Lake Tribune political columnist, discusses the state of Utah politics.
Co-hosts Larry Warren and Pam Wylie first talk in depth with Jack Abramoff, author of “Capitol Punishment: The Hard Truth About Washington Corruption From America’s Most Notorious Lobbyists”. Then in the studio is Park City Mayor Dana Williams, who discusses his upcoming trip to China.
Host Pam Wylie and guest host John Wells interview Rick Bowers, author of “Superman vs The Ku Klux Klan: The True Story of How the Iconic Superhero Battled the Men of Hate”. In the second interview, Kathy Smith, co -sponsor of Utah’s Freedom Conference. Tonight’s speaker is Jack Adramoff, the lobbyist convicted in 2006 of mail fraud and conspiracy, who wrote “Capitol Punishment”, that calls for ending the ability of lobbyists to contribute to legislator’s reelection campaign. Finally, John Lloyd and John Mitchinson, authors of “The Second Book Of General Ignorance”.
Today, co-host’s Larry Warren and Pam Wylie take on both sides of the issue on bill boards, with two guests. Ray Ring editor of High Country Newstalks about his recent HCN article, “Billboard corporations use money and influence to override your vote”. Presenting a different point of view is Jeff Young, Salt Lake City Division manager for YESCO, a sign-making company. Then, Paul Pierson, co-author with Jacob S. Hacker of “Winner-Take-All Politics: How Washington Made the Rich Richer-and Turned It’s Back on the Middle Class”, discusses where national politics went wrong in the 70′s (and after) and how to make it right.
Co-hosts Larry Warren and Pam Wylie start with a conversation with Dr. Abraham Verghese, who teaches the Theory and Practice of Medicine at Stanford University Medical School and is the author of the novel “Cutting for Stone”. Dr. Verghese is hosting the 2012 Tanner Lecture on Human Values, February 16. Tickets for this free event are available at www.thc.utah.edu. Then, Gabby Rodrigueze, author of “The Pregnancy Project” talks about her high school project – faking a pregnancy – and h the project changed her views about the world.
Today’s co-hosts, Larry Warren and Pam Wylie first have a conversation with Mary Ellen Hannibal, long-time science and environmental writer Mary Ellen Hannibal, author of the article “The Slow Migration from Science to Policy”, in the current issue of High Country News. During the second half, Jay Heinrichs, author of “Word Hero: A Fiendishly Clever Guide to Crafting the Lines that Get Laughs, Go Viral and Live Forever”, t3lls how you can make your speech livelier and your writing more compelling.
Co-hosts Larry Warren and Pam Wylie talk politics, first with Karl Denninger, who has been called one of the founders of the Tea Party but has openly criticized it. Karl also is a full-time trader and author of “The Market Ticker”, a daily market commentary. Then, an interview with Paul Rolly, a political columnist for The Salt Lake Tribune, who has much to say about politics, the state legislature and Utah.
Today, co-hosts Larry Warren and Linda Gorton have Kate Wells, an NPR reporter for Iowa Public Radio. She came in to talk about Iowa’s presidential caucuses. Then, we revisit the topic of hydrofracking, with a previous recording of this topic which includes interviews with Louis Meeks, a Wyoming ranch owner, local Parkite, Leon Daniel who spent over 40 years in the petroleum industry, as well as Dusty Horwitt, Senior Public Lands Analyst for Environmental Working Group. Today is also Linda Gorton’s last day with Community Voices, as she leaves KPCW this week to pursue other adventures.
Today, co-hosts Larry Warren and Linda Gorton have an interview with Nathaniel Philbrick, author of “Why Read Moby Dick” who talks about Herman Melville’s classic and why it still resonates today. Then, Hal Needham, author of “Stuntman” discusses his life as a stuntman in Hollywood.