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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. 

Oct 29, 2012

(#-12-45-Oct. 29-Nov. 4) Dr. Jamillah Moore will discuss the importance of affirmative action in college admissions. Donna Grisanti will talk about women's roles in the equal rights movement, and J.L. Narmi on muslim protests and the effects of Arab Spring on foreign policy.

Oct 22, 2012

(#12-44-Oct. 22-Oct. 28) Chemistry Profesor Gagik Melikyan will discuss the dangers of some alternative health supplements. Dr. Sean Adelman will detail the pros and cons of genetic testing, and David McAlvany on rising consumer debt.

Oct 16, 2012

(#12-43-Dean Windham will discuss why deficit spending can be helpful. Barbara Oehlberg will detail a new approach to public education, and Dr. Scott Cunenn on the pros and cons of weight loss surgery.

Oct 8, 2012

(#12-42-Oct. 8-Oct. 14) Derek Hoff will discuss how population trends affect national policy. Dave Foreman will discuss the pros and cons of flu shots. Famed Chef Wolfgang Puck will discuss veterans and L.A. Rocktoberfest.

Oct 1, 2012

(#12-41-DOWNLOAD/LISTEN) NFL Hall of Famer Anthony Munoz will awards for high school athletes. Bill Henderson will detail he increasing use of teleconferencing for medical diagnosis, and Dr. Karen Wyatt on the benefits of society because of hospice programs.