Comedian, motivational speaker, and magician Tom Coverly join us!
Tom Coverly is a professional comedian, illusionist and motivational speaker. Tom has performed live on stage for over 4 millions people around the world headlining several tours. He is the most requested motivational entertainer in America. Tom has been seen on TV (NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, Access Hollywood) and heard on numerous radio stations around the country sharing his story. He has entertained several celebrities, Jep & Jessica Robertson from the hit TV show, “Duck Dynasty”, the cast of C.S.I. NY, Alec Mapa (Ugly Betty, Desperate Housewives), Rick The Reptile Guy (A&E TV Show “Wild Transport”), i-Shine (TBN), Amber Montana (Nickelodeon TV show “Haunted Hathaways”), Victoria Koloff (Lifetime TV show, “Preachers’ Daughters”) & the entire cast and producers for the “Batman Vs. Superman” Movie.
Visiting Sequoia National Park Has Never Felt So Precious
Now is the time to wander among the world’s largest trees. Wildfires in central California for the past few years have decimated their numbers, so seeing these thousand-year-old natural wonders up close is, today more than ever, a privilege.outsideonline.com
This week on "Face the Nation with Margaret Brennan," September 11, 2022: Warner, McKenzie, Pierce, Markarova, Lumumba
Sen. Mark Warner, Retired Gen. Frank McKenzie, British Ambassador to the United States Karen Pierce, and more, will appear on "Face the Nation with Margaret Brennan" this Sunday.cbsnews.com
Why Fracking Won’t Solve the Global Oil and Gas Squeeze
A tsunami of oil and gas from the technique called fracking has made the US the world’s biggest producer of both, giving the country the energy independence its leaders have sought for decades and upending the geopolitics of the world energy trade. Now, with the world crying out for more oil and gas, American frackers are theoretically in a position to provide it. Instead, they are riding the brakes, having changed their business models to focus on generating profits for investors rather than inwashingtonpost.com
Biden administration responds to Iran's offer on nuke deal
The Biden administration says it has responded to Iran’s latest offer to resume its compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal, but neither side is offering a definitive path to revive the agreement, which has been on life-support since former President Donald Trump withdrew from it in 2018.
Jacksonville: America’s first Hollywood
Norman Studios was one of the first places in America to produce movies starring black casts. In fact, Norman studios created many films with all-black casts. His films allowed African Americans to be portrayed in positive roles at a time when mainstream media only featured African Americans in negative, stereotypical roles. Today, Norman Studios is a nonprofit dedicated to sharing the story of Richard Norman, and all of Jacksonville’s film history. Jacksonville was once known as the “Winter Film Capital of the World.” Norman Studios wants to make sure people know it.
1/6 panel lawyer urged to run for Missouri US Senate seat
Former Republican U.S. Sen. John Danforth and others are urging a former federal prosecutor who now serves as an attorney for the congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection to make an independent run for one of Missouri’s Senate seats.
US sending $1 billion more military aid to outgunned Ukraine
The U.S. says it will send an additional $1 billion in military aid to Ukraine, as America and its allies work to provide longer-range weapons they say can make a difference in a fight where Ukrainian forces are outnumbered and outgunned by their Russian invaders.