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Last Show Recap

In the first half of the show, political consultant Dick Morris discussed his passion for futurism, and projecting what the world will be like 10-20 years from now, as well as commented on the Clintons, Trump, and the election cycle. Open Lines were featured in the latter half.

Upcoming Shows

Wed 07-27  Our Species' Journey/ Reptilians & the Paranormal Thu 07-28  GMO Battles/ Paranormal Adventures Fri 07-29  TBA/ Open Lines

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Scott Gulbransen

Special Guest

Biography:

Scott Gulbransen is a public relations professional with one of America's top software companies. He is a former print journalist who covered city government and growth issues in Las Vegas for the Las Vegas Review-Journal as well as providing college football coverage for USA Today Online for three years. He holds a B.A. in Communications from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and has also hosted a sports talk radio show and served as a radio broadcaster, calling baseball, men's and women's basketball, and softball for UNLV.

Books:

Past Shows:

Space Developments

Author Robert Zimmerman returned to the show to discuss various aspects of space exploration and development. Rather than teaming up with other countries on say a mission to Mars, he advocated for competition. Cooperative efforts between nations can become bogged down in political game playing whereas competition often yields more efficient and less expensive ways of doing things, he opined. ... More »

Host: George Noory

Cryptozoology Update

Cryptozoologist and author Loren Coleman returned to the show, reporting on an unusual rash of mysterious creature sightings in Texas, Maryland, and North Carolina. He classified most of these animals as unidentified "hybrid canine" types and noted that the majority of them lacked hair. ... More »

Host: George Noory
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