August 27, 2019
Aired: 8/27/19, 1640AM, Ktalkmedia, Salt Lake City
University of Utah Law Professor Amos Guiora joined me this afternoon and we discussed a variety of issues, including populism, free speech, institutional sex abuse scandals, extremism, racism, Andrew Luck and Colin Kaepernick, as well as a few of his own current projects. Amos has got a new book coming out next week entitled "Populist and Islamist Challenges for International Law" and another one coming out next year entitled "Armies of Enablers: Complicity, Cowardice and Corruption".
Thanks for the insight Professor and I'm already looking forward to having you back on the show.
August 20, 2019
Aired: 8/20/19, 1640AM, ktalkmedia, Salt Lake City
Former Weber State standout Ta'u Pupu'a joined me from NYC to discuss his amazing life, including his days in Utah as an outstanding football player, a stint in the NFL and his most recent performance at the Apollo Theater in Greece. Ta'u talks about the history of opera as I repeatedly offer insights about heavy metal. He also explains why he had to decline an offer to perform for the King of Tonga's birthday party. Maybe next year.
Thanks for a great show Ta'u. See you at the Metropolitan Opera House for something great, not just good.
August 13, 2019
Aired: 8/13/19, 1640AM, ktalkmedia, Salt Lake City
Chase Hansen and his father John joined me this afternoon to talk about homelessness and poverty here in Salt Lake City, Utah. About four years ago Chase led them on a mission to penetrate the underground and make contact with the people he saw sleeping on the street. Project Empathy was started with a simple conversation and seeks to bring dignity back to the disenfranchised, . . . one relationship at a time.
Thank you Chase and John for sharing your heroics.
August 6, 2019
Aired: 8/6/19, 1640AM, Ktalkmedia, Salt Lake City
Moe Hickey joined me this week to discuss his role as CEO of Voices for Utah Children. We discussed education, special needs, mental health, poverty and, of course, a little basketball too.
Thank you for the great discussion Moe and good luck with your mission!!