BOSTON (CBS) – Ed Quinn brought NightSide to Mexico at Chichen Itza and the Mayan Ruins. Thanks, Ed!
NightSide – Christian Appy, Author Of “American Reckoning” Discusses The Lessons We Learned From Vietnam
BOSTON (CBS) – What is the role the United States should play on the global stage? Has that role changed through the years? Christian Appy, history professor at UMass Amherst, sits down to talk about […]
NightSide – Peter Wallison, Author Of “Hidden In Plain Sight” Discusses The Crash Of 2008, And Could It Happen Again?
BOSTON (CBS) – The financial crash of 2008 was devastating for both our country and our citizens. Retirements were put on hold, houses were foreclosed on, jobs were lost, and years later many are still […]
BOSTON (CBS) – As standardized tests have become more popular as a tool to measure the success of our schools, subjects like geography and civics have had to take a back seat to math, science, […]
BOSTON (CBS) – Many listeners know of Jim, who lives in a swamp 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We’ve had concerned callers worried about him. He wants everyone to know he’s doing […]
BOSTON (CBS) – A federal appeals court has ordered a hearing for next week to decide whether or not accused marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will be able to get a fair trial here in Boston. […]
BOSTON (CBS) – In this Weekend Commentary, Dan Rea says it’s too early to be conducting polls. Originally aired February 15th, 2015.
BOSTON (CBS) In this Weekend Commentary, Dan Rea says it’s President Obama, and not the public who are on a high horse in their reaction to ISIS killings. Originally aired February 14th, 2015.
BOSTON (CBS) – It was a big day for news personalities, both real and fake. Brian Williams, the anchor for NBC’s evening news broadcast, was officially given a six month suspension after recent developments have […]
BOSTON (CBS) – Retired MIT Professor Dick Lindzen is one of the leading voices in the movement against the scientific consensus on climate change. He sits down with Dan in studio to talk about why […]