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Daniel Sheehan, Harvard Law School and Harvard Divinity School trained constitutional litigation and appellate attorney joined Jimmy Church (email) for the entire program to discuss the lost and forgotten history between the U.S. and the Middle East, which has led to the rise of ISIS, and what we need to do next to fix the problem with global terrorism and prevent another 9-11 or Paris tragedy.

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Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau

Special Guest


Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau graduated with a degree in political science from UW-Madison. After college, Kathleen spent a decade working for the pharmaceutical industry. She began documenting both amusing and frightening incidents that occurred in her daily career life as a sales representative for a big drug company. Kathleen then wrote a script based on these experiences, got an agent, and left her empty career in the pharmaceutical industry. When the powers that be in LA wanted her to dumb down the script into a generic Hollywood story, Kathleen decided to take a leap of faith and make the film herself. Miraculously, she raised the funding within two weeks and filmed in less than 18 days in and around Madison, WI. Side Effects is Kathleen's debut as a director.


Past Shows:

Psychic Archaeology

Broadcasting live from NewsTalk Radio 810 WGY in Albany, Ian Punnett welcomed author Stephan Schwartz, who shared a few fascinating true stories about Psychic Archaeology from his book, The Secret Vaults of Time. ... More »

Host: Ian Punnett