Andrew Breitbart from Washington Times, "Big Hollywood" and Breitbart.com, hosted the show today.
We began the show by talking about Obama's school speech. Obama plans to address students on Tuesday with a message about staying in school, working hard and achieving educational goals. However, how can parents be sure Obama will not be pushing a political agenda in his speech?
Representative Thaddeus McCotter first joined us today to share his concerns. McCotter wrote a letter to the White House requesting the public release of President Obama's speech to students. McCotter explained that letting parents see the remarks now would allow them to decide "whether the material is appropriate for their children."
Next, we welcomed John Ondrasik to talk about his new album "Slice," which hits stores on October 13, and features the single "Chance." Ondrasik also mentioned he is working on a new CD for the troops. It is a comedy edition, which will include bits from Chris Rock, Adam Sandler and other great comedians.
In our second hour, Jon Fleischman, from Flashreport.org called in the show to discuss California politics. Fleischman also shared his thoughts on Ted Kennedy and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
In our final hour, Dore Gold, Former Israeli Ambassador expounded on his book "The Rise of Nuclear Iran." Gold explained that diplomacy will continue to backfire, no matter which party or president is in power.
Our final guest was Tom Ridge Former Homeland Security Secretary. Ridge joined us in studio, and talked about his book "The Test Of Our Times."