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Issues Today Radio

Since 1998 Bob Gourley has been exploring "the issues that affect all of us" with an outstanding list of guests each week. The fast-paced half hour is syndicated throughout the United States. 

Sep 17, 2018

(#18-38-Sept. 17-Sept. 23) Frank Szollosi discusses efforts to save the wildlife act. Marywynn Lent details the pros and cons of homeschooling. Terra Wellington gives some parenting tips. 

Sep 10, 2018

(#18-37-Sept. 10-Sept. 16) Political analyst Pat Caddell talks about the midterm elections. Tim Maloney discusses why alternative energy isn't the only answer and Chuck Cohn on new ways to tutor kids. 

Sep 4, 2018

(#18-36-Sept. 3-Sept. 9) Researcher Margaret Hagerman talks about white privilege. Robert Spina comments on the growing problem of copyright infringement. Dana Holmes will give tips to parents on how to get their kids ready for school. 

Aug 27, 2018

(#18-35-Aug. 27-Sept. 2) NY Times Correspondent David Kirkpatrick discusses the middle est and U.S. policy. Jennifer Crozier and Rashid Davis comments on new approaches to college degrees. Dr. Brad Radu will detail new research on smokeless tobacco. 

Aug 20, 2018

(#18-34-Aug. 20-Aug. 26) Wes Kussmaul discusses whether the U.S. is ready for cyberterrorism. James Stanton comments on robots in the workplace and Sindy Warren on why yoga is becoming so popular.