Salem’s own Kevin McCullough joins Eric to cover all things cultural, controversial and just plain newsy (fake and otherwise).
It’s part two of Eric’s engrossing interview with "Sully" Screenwriter Todd Komarnicki and his uncle David, who recounts stories from his WWII book of remembrances, “Five Stars in the Window.”
"Sully" Screenwriter Todd Komarnicki stops by with his uncle David, who recounts intriguing tales of growing up during WWII from his book, “Five Stars in the Window.”
Kathryn Jean Lopez, editor-at-large for National Review, discusses the fascinating life, insights and writings of William F. Buckley, Jr.
Coach Tony Dungy and his co-author wife Lauren join Eric in the studio to talk about their exciting new character-building children's book series.
After more than 40 years, it's STILL not safe to go back in the water, because sci-fi author Steve Alten brings "The Meg" up from the deep with an even bigger bite ratio than "Jaws"!
Because Greg Laurie was holding a Bible on the billboard promoting SoCal Harvest, the billboard was removed... and Dimas Salaberrios enters day 27 of his hunger strike over the murder rate in Chicago.
Counterterrorism expert Michele Rigby Assad is in the studio to discuss her intriguing autobiography, “Breaking Cover: My Secret Life in the CIA" (Encore Presentation).
Author and minister Max Lucado is in the studio to share his powerful new book, “Unshakable Hope: Building Our Lives on the Promises of God.”
Renowned political scientist Hadley Arkes has thoughts on the Supreme Court’s 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade – and its future.
The in-studio conversation continues with Dinesh D’Souza, who stopped in for an in-depth discussion of his latest hard-hitting book and film, “Death of a Nation.”
Big bad John Zmirak gives Antifa and Oompa-Loompas some targeted pushback, and Joe Loconte from The King’s College focuses in on Pope Francis’s new death-penalty “doctrine.”