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”Rusty‘s way with animals, including humans, is magical.” Sylvia Earle, National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence About the Host: Who is Rusty Johnson? The question is not as easy to answer as you‘d think. Most of us probably don‘t have mornings that begin like Rusty‘s. You know, another boring old Wednesday where you go down to the basement freezer and unpack 14 frozen guinea pigs in order to feed your 210lb Burmese python who lives in the headboard of Rusty‘s bed. And while your down there ...
 
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Josh Kraushaar, national political columnist for the National Journal, talks about the election results from earlier this month and looks ahead to the 2022 midterms. He’ll discuss what made newly elected VA Governor Glenn Youngkin a ‘political unicorn,’ Democratic messaging struggles, the internal challenges facing both parties, analysis on trends …
 
Farah Stockman, editorial board member of the New York Times and Pulitzer Prize winner, talks about her new book American Made: What Happens to People When Work Disappears. She follows the lives of three people from the Heartland who are thrown out of work after a factory shuts down to go overseas. But her personal journey described in the book is …
 
Evan Osnos, staff writer for the New Yorker, talks about his new book, Wildland: The Making of America’s Fury, that captures his thoughts on America after a decade living overseas. It bookends two key dates, September 11 and January 6, to explore the roots of our current political tensions through the stories of individuals in three places he lived…
 
Elaine Godfrey, a Burlington-area native and staff writer for the Atlantic, talks about her recent article on the decline of the Burlington Hawk Eye and it’s meaning for the community and how it furthers the nationalization of politics.저자 Robin Johnson
 
Adam Tooze, author and professor at Columbia University, talks about his recent book, Shutdown: How Covid Shook the World’s Economy, including lessons learned, supply chain disruptions, the role of China, inequality, health care, the partisan divide in the US and much more.저자 Robin Johnson
 
Author Scott Eyman’s book is a tonic in these days of politics dividing the nation on almost every topic. He takes us to a time when two Hollywood stars maintained their long-term friendship in spite of differences that came between them including actions of their children during the Vietnam War. A very useful lesson for our times.…
 
Marc C. Johnson discusses his new book, Tuesday Night Massacre on how four US Senate elections in 1980 laid the groundwork for the ‘radicalization of the Republican Party. One of these races occurred in Iowa when Chuck Grassley defeated incumbent John Culver after a dry run for new conservative methods defeated incumbent Dick Clark two years earlie…
 
Bruce Springsteen’s life, music and impact on America was celebrated in a book called Long Walk Home that was published to celebrate his 70th birthday. Jefferson Cowie discusses his essay on ‘The Boss,’ Springsteen’s impact on today’s polarized society, his take on American identity and much more.저자 Robin Johnson
 
Jimmy Hoffa’s disappearance ranks right up there with the JFK assassination on unsolved mysteries and conspiracy theories. Jack Goldsmith, stepson of Hoffa’s right hand man, Chuckie O’Brien, talks about his book that debunks many myths, including Martin Scorcese’s The Irishman, and offers his take on what really happened.…
 
Craig Whitlock, investigative reporter for the Washington Post, discusses his new book, Afghanistan Papers: A Secret History of the War, which is based on thousands of interviews and direct source materials from those involved at the top levels of our government and military and those at the ground level. Whitlock discusses mission creep, nation bu…
 
On the 60th anniversary of that fateful day, Lawrence Lehmer talks about his book that chronicles the grueling nature of the bus rides on two-lane roads in the dead of winter, Iowa’s major role in the tour, and decisions that led to the crash that took the lives of Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper and Ritchie Valens, and Holly’s impact on American music…
 
Dale Maharidge talks about his book, Bringing Mulligan Home, and his mission to locate the remains of his dad’s friend that takes him to Okinawa and on a very personal journey familiar to those of us with relatives who served in combat.저자 Robin Johnson
 
Bob Mann, author of Backrooms and Bayous: My Life in Louisiana Politics, takes you inside the halls of power in Washington and Louisiana, through his career transitions in journalism, politics and academics, experiences with legendary Louisiana political figures, and provides important advice for young people entering politics including the ability…
 
I was fortunate enough to land JD Vance as a guest just before his popularity skyrocketed and led to a movie by Ron Howard and his current candidacy for the US Senate in Ohio. He discusses his book and applies a more even-handed approach to the politics of the white, working class based on his early, hardscrabble life in Appalachian Ohio and Kentuc…
 
Iowa-born John Wayne went on to become one of Hollywood’s most famous actors but was also involved in most post-World War II political controversies from the Red Scare to Vietnam. Author Scott Eyman discusses the Duke’s political life including his visceral reaction to ‘High Noon’ and the Wayne classic movie that he brought about in response.…
 
While best known for his closeness to JFK, the ‘Chairman of the Board’ was involved with politics throughout most of his remarkable singing career. Hear biographer James Kaplan discuss Sinatra’s political metamorphosis along with his impact on American culture and, of course, his essential songs.저자 Robin Johnson
 
Bob Bruno, Director of the Labor Education Program and Professor at the University of Illinois, discusses the positive and negative impacts of Covid on American workers, the state of unions, a possible resurgence of domestic manufacturing, globalization’s role in the labor market, and much more.저자 Robin Johnson
 
Alec Macgillis, author of Fulfillment: Winning and Losing in One-click America, discusses key themes form his book including regional inequality, economic concentration, the decline of Main Street and the decline of manufacturing jobs as seen through the emergence of Amazon as a dominant player in the US economy. The impact of the tech economy also…
 
Brenden Moore, state government reporter for Lee Enterprises, talks about key accomplishments of the Illinois legislature including passage of the budget, allocating federal Covid relief dollars and passing anew legislative map.저자 Robin Johnson
 
State Senator Neil Anderson (R-36) shares his thoughts on the recently concluded legislative session and ‘bad policy’ that results from one party having too much power. He also talks about the budget, economic climate, criminal justice reform, FOID card repeal, ethics and more.
 
State Rep. Mike Halpin (D-Rock Island) shares his thoughts on the 2021 Illinois General Assembly session and addresses the state’s fiscal standing, the clean energy bill, criminal justice reform, the economic outlook and the new state Democratic legislative leadership.저자 Robin Johnson
 
Pulitzer-prize winning author TJ Stiles talks about his book, Jesse James: Last Rebel of the Civil War, including how the outlaw was able to shape his image and legacy, the Civil War’s impact on Missouri, the role of Iowa in James’ banditry, and the lasting effects of the Civil War that still shape our lives and culture.…
 
Nacho Dean I was born on August 20, 1980 in Malaga. I owe my passion for nature and adventure to my parents who, from a very young age, took me to the mountains, camping and swimming in the sea. I am a son of a seaman, my father has traveled all over the world, and that is one of the reasons why we have lived in many different places. I remember th…
 
As we celebrate July 4th, author Ted Widmer talks about President-elect Lincoln’s dependence on our founding principles to keep the union together from his recent book, Lincoln on the Verge, Thirteen Days to Washington. Widmer takes us inside Lincoln’s train ride to assume the presidency and offers a colorful look at the nation from stops along the…
 
Working through his production company, Taublieb Films, Paul Taublieb is an award-winning producer and director of documentaries, feature films and creative-driven action sports events and content. Paul Taublieb is the director, writer, and producer of the Emmy Award winning film, "Unchained: The Untold Story of Freestyle Motocross" (Netflix, 2016)…
 
In 1980 Robin Horsfall shot and killed one of the leading terrorists inside the Iranian Embassy when the SAS stormed the building. He served with the SAS during the Falklands war and on subsequent counter-terrorist operations. Robin joined the British Army in 1972 as a boy soldier aged only fifteen. Coming from a broken home he attached himself to …
 
John Spencer is a former member of the Board of Directors of the National Space Society. John Spencer is a space architect/designer, founder and president of the Space Tourism Society (STS), and author with Karen L. Rugg of the first book on space tourism published in the U.S. titled Space Tourism: Do You Want to Go? (Apogee Books, 2004), in which …
 
James Preston Delgado is a maritime archaeologist, historian, maritime preservation expert, author, television host, and explorer. Delgado is a maritime archaeologist who has spent over four decades in underwater exploration. A veteran of over 100 shipwreck investigations around the world, his work has included the wrecks of RMS Titanic, USS Indepe…
 
Richard Garriott de Cayeux currently serves as the President of the Explorers Club. He is a founding father of the videogame industry and the commercial spaceflight industry, a flown astronaut, and the first explorer to have explored pole to pole, orbited the Earth, and reached the deepest point in the Ocean. Richard has been inducted into the comp…
 
Chris Thrall was born in South-East London. Aged eighteen, he joined the Royal Marines Commandos. Following active service in the Northern Ireland Conflict and training in Arctic warfare and survival, he earned his parachutist’s ‘wings’ and operated as part of a high-security detachment onboard an aircraft carrier. After the armed forces In 1995, C…
 
Author Edward-Isaac Dovere, lead political correspondent for the Atlantic magazine, talks about his book Battle for the Soul: Inside the Democrats’ Campaigns to Defeat Trump including the “twists of fate” that led to Biden’s nomination, Obama’s inadvertent role in creating what followed, the continuing battle between progressive and moderate elemen…
 
Host of A Davinci Life Rusty Johnson steps to the other side of the mic for an interview about his "DaVinci" Life. Rusty Johnson has been an Amazon jungle guide for over 20 years. He was the main character, consulting producer, and originator of The Travel Channel’s TV series HOTEL AMAZON. Rusty has consulted for National Geographic Television’s HO…
 
www.aDaVinciLife.com for the video version. Mario Andretti has redefined what it means to be a race car driver and he has done it seemingly without breaking a sweat. He is one of the few drivers ever to succeed in Formal One, Indy Car, World sports car, and Nascar. He is an inspiration to sports fans around the world and is even immortalized in pop…
 
www.aDaVinciLife.com for the video version. One important hallmark of living a DaVinci Life is scoffing at obstacles that block the path to your dreams. Today's guest can tell you a little about that. Astronaut Jose Hernandez began his journey in Mexico as the son of migrant workers and soared all the way to outer space, And along the way, he helpe…
 
www.aDaVinciLife.com for video version Today's guest Dr. Niall McCann, seems to have no ceiling to his passion for this place and its natural resources. Star of the TV series Biggest and Baddest, as well as the Documentary, Lost in the Amazon. He is a biologist, zoologist, conservationist, and more, this wildlife adventurer protects some of the wor…
 
Paul Embery, a British trade union activist, Labour Party member, and author of “Despised: Why the Modern Left Loathes the Working Class,” provides a perspective from across the pond that includes lessons for American politics.저자 Robin Johnson
 
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