Monday, July 29, 2013

07/29 Average, run-of-the-mill Kennedy assassination surprises from the Wise Guys...

Al, Nicky & Chris are back for day two of their stint filling on Talkback with Chuck Wilder.

After learning a new documentary theorizes a Secret Service agent may have accidentally fired the second and fatal shot at John F. Kennedy, Nicky and Al reveal that Robert Kennedy’s assassin, Sirhan Sirhan was not acting on his own.

The Wise Guys give their thoughts on California jails charging for “upgrades.” Eligible prisoners with the ways and means can spend a few more bucks and move to nicer, quieter facilities.

Pope Francis refuses to condemn gays. How do the old-fashioned Wise Guys handle the news – and how do listeners respond? Find out.

Plus: will reputed mob boss Whitey Bulger take the stand in his own trial – and what would it mean for him? And what should happen to people who tweet pictures of their private parts? The Wise Guys weigh in on all these heavy matters.

Guest Polly Franks – a private investigator and victim rights advocate – tells listeners how people can keep children safe from predators:

 1. Visit Enter your address and see who the predators are in your neighborhood. Sign up for free email alerts.
2. Do not leave children alone outside
3. Do not leave children visit public restrooms by themselves
4. Have a password only you and your children know.

Visit Polly websites: It’ and 

Business strategist and Republican leader Lou D’Abbraccio voices his thoughts on the Recovery that wasn't and the Obama Administration's attack on the middle class. He also has strong opinions on “Obamunistcare.” Listen to what he has to say. Learn more about Lou at 

Today's Guests 

Polly Franks – Victims’ Rights Advocate 

Polly Franks has served as an advocate for victims of violent crime, particularly childhood sexual abuse since 1995. Her commitment to this cause stems from her experience as the mother of two children who were victimized by a former neighbor and family friend who turned out to be a convicted serial predator from another state. During his crime spree between 1982 to1998, this predator was linked to a minimum of 286 incidents of sexual crimes. Although she is in a wheelchair, Polly became a licensed private investigator for the sole purpose of bringing this predator to justice.

He is now in prison for life without parole.

Since that time, she has testified before Congress and lobbied on Capitol Hill for tougher sex offender laws, such as the nationwide Amber Alert bill and the Adam Walsh Child Protection Act. Her story was published in Good Housekeeping magazine. Polly has been interviewed by the Today Show, Dateline NBC, 20/20, Court TV, the John Walsh Show, ABC World News Tonight, the Montel Williams Show, Nancy Grace and Fox News. In addition, she has given numerous interviews for national radio programs, as well as newspaper and magazine articles. She has shared her story to audiences throughout the country.

In 2006, Polly created the Franks Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting America’s children from sexual predators. She is a also a founding board member of the National Coalition of Victims in Action. Polly is a graduate of Bluefield College. She and her husband Patrick are the very proud parents of three grown daughters, a menagerie of animals (their four-legged children) and a host of “honorary” sons and daughters.

Lou D'Abbraccio 

Lou D'Abbraccio is an experienced business strategist, who has worked with businesses ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies, in a broad range of industries, including energy, industrial equipment, business services, and consumer products. His areas of expertise include strategic planning, marketing, business development, competitive intelligence, mergers and acquisitions, quantitative and qualitative analysis techniques, market intelligence, forecasting, and process mapping/reengineering.

 Lou holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and a BS from Northeastern University. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army, and a former intelligence officer. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Republican Party of Racine County.

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