OVERCOMING PASSIVE-AGGRESSION

The authors of a book on the subject tell you how to stop hidden anger from spoiling your relationships, career and happiness.


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TOM CHAPIN DISCUSSES THE CHAPIN FAMILY MUSICAL TRADITION

Harry’s brother, and three time Grammy winner, Tom Chapin joins us for a musical romp.


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RALPH NADER IS STILL BREAKING THROUGH POWER

Consumer advocate Ralph Nader continues to encourage others to fight the power in his latest book.


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A RADIO LEGEND SPEAKS

Barry Farber, a Hall of Fame New York broadcaster, joined Larry for a spirited discussion of his career and a legacy he built of being a friend of freedom around the world.


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GET WHAT’S YOURS FOR MEDICARE

Phil Moeller’s new book guides people through the labyrinth of Medicare enrollment.

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SANDY HOOK TEACHER WHO SAVED HER CLASS CHOOSES HOPE

Kaitlin Roig DeBellis, the first grade teacher who shielded her class from the Sandy Hook shooter, talks about her life since and the critical choice she made in the wake of the tragedy.


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TWO CONSERVATIVES SPAR ABOUT THE TRUMP PRESIDENCY

Frank Buckley and Kevin Williamson engage in a lively discussion of conservatism in the wake of the Trump campaign.

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EXPERT SEES FINANCIAL RISK AHEAD DUE TO TRADE IMBALANCES

Alan Tonelson explains trade policy and financial peril in ways that are understandable and disturbing.


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YAPPY DAYS

Talk show producer, Bernadette Duncan,dishes on many high profile radio personalities with whom she worked in New York.  The cast includes, Larry King, Sallye Jesse Raphael and Lou Dobbs.


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IN SEARCH OF LOST FILMS

Some true gems of movie history are lost forever.  Why?  Film expert, Phil Hall, explains.

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