This week I take some time to discuss the history of the Space Shuttle program; from its beginnings in the late 60′s, up to its conclusion in 2011.
In this special mid-week show, I am sharing the first ever "Geek Lunch" podcast with the talented ladies at Girls-Gone-Geek.com, as they discus comic books and geek culture.
For the ‘4th of July’ holiday, I am busting out an older segment (with an updated intro) that I had recorded back in July of 2008, in which I discussed the history of the “Declaration of Independence.”
On this week's podcast I cover the GOP Debate in New Hampshire, of which was the first debate in which presumptive front-runner - Mitt Romney - attended.
As more women come forward with inappropriate images of Rep. Anthony Weiner's...well, wiener...including racy text messages, I offer my reasons for why he should step down from office.
Ding Dong Bin Laden’s Dead! A special mid-week podcast and comprehensive discussion of bin Laden's death with guest, Patrick.
Part 3 of 3 of my series on the Eastern Front during WWII. In this discussion, I pick up where we left off at the Battle of Stalingrad, the Russian expulsion of the Nazis from their country and the Soviet march into Berlin as the war comes to a close.
Part 2 of 3: The discussion picks up where it left off, with the historic Battle of Stalingrad - the bloodiest battle of the entire war and a turning point in the conflict - perhaps the "beginning of the end" for Hitler's Germany.
Part 1 of 3: Discussion of the Eastern Front during WWII. This includes Operation Barbarossa, Hitler breaking the Non-Aggression Pact with Stalin and many interesting historical tid-bits relating to the invasion of the Soviet Union.