David Talbot

David Talbot

Biography:

Hailed as a "pioneer of online journalism" by the New York Times, David Talbot is the founder and former editor in chief of Salon. He has worked as a senior editor for Mother Jones magazine and as a features editor for the San Francisco Examiner. David has written for the New Yorker, Rolling Stone and other publications. As a 16-year-old campaign volunteer for Robert Kennedy the night he was shot down in Los Angeles, it struck David that the murder, following those of JFK and Martin Luther King Jr., had irreparably wounded America. And this feeling has never left him in all the years that have followed. For him, aggressively pursuing the hidden history of the Kennedy years was an attempt to find out where his country had lost its way, and perhaps to restore the hope and faith that he himself had lost as a young American growing up in the 1960s.

Website(s):

Book(s):

Past Shows:

  • Dulles & JFK Assassination/ Symbols & Synchronicity

    In the first half, David Talbot, founder of Salon and author, discussed new evidence that connects Allen Dulles – the CIA’s legendary director – to the assassination of Pres. Kennedy and the cover-up of the crime. In the latter half, pioneer of Active Dreaming, an original...More »
  • Pulp History

    Ian Punnett was joined by Salon.com founder David Talbot for a discussion on a new series of illustrated Pulp History books that he helped co-create. Talbot said the books present a "raw history" of events that most Americans have never heard about. Talbot's entry in the series,...More »
  • Robert Kennedy & The JFK Assassination

    Ian welcomed Salon.com founder David Talbot, who discussed Robert F. Kennedy's secret search for the truth about his brother's assassination.More »

Last Night

Aliens, UAP, & Area 51
Aliens, UAP, & Area 51
Former national security investigator John DeSouza discussed the disclosure of UAP, the nature of aliens, FBI files, and more. First-hour guest Rick Harrison shared an inside view of his TV show "Pawn Stars."
CoastZone banner

CoastZone

Sign up for our free CoastZone e-newsletter to receive exclusive daily articles.