Wednesday, May 20, 2015

5/20 Dr.Agarwala,Seton Motley,Scott McEwen, Brian Hicks

Talkback Wednesday 20 May 2015
Chuck Wilder Noon - 2 PM PDST

Dr. Sanjiv Agarwala, Chief of Medical Oncology & Hematology at St. Luke’s Cancer Center, Bethlehem, PA and Professor of Medicine at Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. "Discussing The  Ready. Raise. Rise Campaign  which Honors Loved Ones Affected by Cancer.(www

Seton Motley President of  Less Government,  Editor in Chief  A publication of the Center for Individual Freedom "Discussing his report: The Amtrak Crash: When Government is Ideological Instead of Lawful and Logical"
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Scott McEwen  Trial attorney in San Diego, California. He grew up in the mountains of Eastern Oregon where he became an Eagle Scout;  He obtained his undergraduate degree in Oregon and thereafter studied and worked extensively in London, England. Scott works with and provides support for several military charitable organizations, including the Seal Team Foundation. He is the co author with the late Chis Kyle of the Bestseller. American Sniper which has now sold over one million copies, has been translated into over
twenty languages , and became a block buster Movie. His latest from the  Sniper Elite series is The Sniper and the Wolf: A  Novel he co authored with Thomas Koloniar.  (

Brian Hicks  Author of SEA OF DARKNESS: Unraveling the Mysteries of the HL Hunley. Brian is a metro columnist for The Post and Courier in Charleston, South Carolina, and the author or coauthor of six previous books. He has written about Southern history and politics for more than 25 years, including turns as a statehouse newspaper correspondent in three states. He was won more than 30 journalism awards, including the South Carolina Press Association’s award for Journalist of the Year. Hicks has followed the story of the H.L. Hunley since 1998 and has had more access to the submarine and the people who discovered and recovered it than any other journalist. His previous books include Raising the Hunley, Toward the Setting Sun, Ghost Ship, and City of Ruin: Charleston at War 1860–1865. A native of Tennessee, he currently lives in Charleston, South Carolina.

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