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The War in Iraq  March 21, 2007

The war in Iraq entered its fifth year this week. Where do you stand on the conflict? Has your opinion changed? Where do you turn for verifiable information about the war? We’ll open the phones for your opinions and thoughts …

Women Who Dare  March 20, 2007

What’s it like to travel solo to the North Pole? How about trekking 1500 miles across the Gobi Desert? Our guest this hour, Helen Thayer, has accomplished these trips and many more. Thayer, who was named “One of the Greatest …

Rebuilding a Resilient Nation  March 20, 2007

Is the United States prepared for the next terrorist attack or major natural disaster? According to Stephen Flynn, a senior fellow with the National Security Studies Program at the Council on Foreign Relations, the answer is simple. No. Flynn will …

A Year Inside the Nation’s Most Exclusive Police Unit  March 19, 2007

We’ve all seen them on the news – Kevlar-clad members of the bomb squad, investigating and exploding suspicious packages. But what is it like to serve on the squad and how do its members deal with the extraordinary pressures they …

Texas Cheese Plate  March 19, 2007

Do you take your cheese for granted? You shouldn’t. Cheese is an ancient food, with origins that actually pre-date recorded history. We’ll talk about the more recent history of cheese this hour with three successful local cheese makers. Tonia Ashworth …

The Newspaper Today  March 16, 2007

How does a newspaper editor manage and meet the challenges of today’s ever-changing media environment? We’ll find out tonight with Bob Mong, Editor of The Dallas Morning News.Michael Cain, CEO and Artistic Director of the AFI DALLAS International Film Festival, …

The Future of Cars and The Dallas Auto Show  March 15, 2007

Considering a new car? The Dallas Auto Show runs this week at the Dallas Convention Center. The 550,000 square feet of new cars, trucks and SUVs will be on display until Sunday, March, 18th. We’ll get a round-up of what’s …

All the Presidents’ Pastries  March 15, 2007

Everyone likes good desserts. But when you’re the President of the United States you get really, really good desserts. We’ll spend this hour with Chef Roland Mesnier, who served for 25 years as the White House Pastry Chef. His new …

The Middle East and other Global Hotspots  March 14, 2007

How do others view the international issues of our time? From Iraq and Afghanistan to Global Warming and humanitarian outreach, it pays to remember that the individual American’s view is not the only view. We’ll get a couple of different …

MORTIFIED  March 14, 2007

Have you been mortified lately? David Nadelberg stumbled upon the sweet angst of public humiliation when he read an old love letter aloud to friends in his mid-twenties. He then made the (not quite so) obvious conclusion that others might …

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