Tuesday’s 11/10/20 BML Show Summary for SM Release

Crucial Provisional Ballots: Why Pennsylvania (and This Election) Isn’t Over, The Latest On Trump Lawsuits, How NY Times Shot Themselves In The Foot, And The Latest Viral Videos

3 Compelling Hours of Experts, and Authors Pursuing The Truth No Matter Where It Leads

9:06-9:29a ET – Dr Paul Kengor – Crucial Provisional Ballots: Why Pennsylvania (and This Election) Isn’t Over.  The professor of political science at Grove City College in Grove City, Pennsylvania is the author of many books, including his latest, The Devil and Karl Marx breaks it all down. 

9:32-9:42a ET – Eddie Scarry – How the NYTimes ruined itself in the Trump era.  His latest book is titled, Grow Up and Vote for Trump: Why 2020 Is Your Last Chance to Become an Adult says the commentary writer for the Washington Examiner.   

9:46-9:58a ET – Samantha Mao – The Good News Girl is back with her very popular weekly Viral Video Report

10:06-10:29a ET – Phil Hotsenpiller – Is America A Banana Republic? The Founder and President of American Faith and the Senior Pastor of Influence Church presents the facts and you decide.

10:32-10:42a ET – Alicia Aguayo – PETA Helps with Consumer Tips on the Benefits of Vegan, Plant-Based Milk Foods.  The Senior Manager of Peta Latino shares. 

10:46-10:58a ET – Adam Holz – The Director for Focus on the Family’s PluggedIn.com talks about even more family-friendly movies to consider while in quarantine.

11:06-11:29a ET – Gus Biggio – The Wolves of Helmand: A View From Inside The Den of Modern War is unlike other war memoirs. His first book  takes us less into the action—though there is that—and more into the quiet places of today’s war zones. The retired Captain served on active duty in the United States Marine Corps from mid- 1993 until December 1997 after graduating from Denison University. 

11:32-11:58a ET – Michele Steeb – The author of the new book:  Answers Behind the Red Door: Battling the Homelessness Epidemic. She’s a former California gubernatorial appointee to the Policy Board to End Homelessness. She looks at the last decade of policies aimed at trying to address the homeless issue and why they’ve failed.

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