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Between the Lines is a show where we (you, the audience, and I) take on and examine heavy lifting issues that plague us today, gun control, border issues, poverty, crime, and more. What we are trying to do here is to take out the politics and work through these issues using common sense logic and reasoning. The main reason I (Lou Palumbo), am here is for us to fix these so we don’t force them on our kids.
 
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Lou and Professor Boxer discuss mental health, kids and guns, violence in our inner cities, if our guns changed or the culture changed, the 2nd amendment, 18 year olds in the military with guns, white supremacy, exposure to violence in the media, and the negative effects that the pandemic and lockdown had toward children. Doctor Paul Boxer, a profe…
 
Lou interviews Paul Boxer, a professor in the Department of Psychology at Rutgers University-Newark, where he also directs the Social Development Research Program and currently holds funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to study how youth become involved in gun violence. Professor Boxer is an expert on the development & manag…
 
Lou's guest is Doctor Anthony Fleming. He’s a professor at the University of West Georgia where he teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses. His primary area of study has been gun control policy in the United States and Canada. In particular, he focuses on the reaction by policy makers, interest groups, the media and the public to major gun …
 
Joel Oster is a constitutional attorney, having served as lead attorney on cases brought before the Supreme Court. He is also a CLE instructor, speaker, podcaster, & comedian. He has his own podcast, “Debriefing the Law with Joel Oster”, Joel and his guests review legal news and Supreme Court cases and has a new book “UnDue Process” which explores …
 
Lou interviews Ivan, a young man currently living in Kyiv, Ukraine. They discuss everyday life in Kyiv, the current situation, how it's affected him, Ukraine fighting back, Putin, President Zelensky, how he thinks it'll end, and what he'll do next. What important lessons should the world learn from this invasion of a sovereign country? Next Lou tal…
 
Chris, living in Brooklyn, asks Lou about the Brooklyn subway shooting. Was it a mental health issue? Gun control? Systemic Failure? Sara, from Cape Cod, wants Lou's thoughts on the influence on lobbyists in politics and how it controls the electorate. What are the solutions? How do we prevent corporate America from controlling our government? Lou …
 
First caller Mike and Lou discuss their childhoods growing up in NY and how it's changed throughout the years to what it is today. What will it take to clean up the city and make it the great place it once was? Next caller Steven and Lou address the political landscapes changing throughout the country, especially in Florida, Colorado, and Californi…
 
Caller Claire asks Lou his opinion about the new "Test-Optional" admissions policy for high school students, which means they allow all or some applicants to decide whether to submit SAT or ACT scores as part of their application. Lou answers Lloyd's question whether the Sacramento shooting was a gun control issue which Biden alluded to or a cultur…
 
Lou welcomes back Taras Kuzio to discuss the latest on Russia and Ukraine. Taras Kuzio, a professor of Political Science, has written 17 books and has a PHD in political science with a speciality in Ukrainian nation building and national identity. What's Russia's endgame? How do we stop the madman Putin? How does this all end? Next, Jenni asks Lou …
 
Caller Margaret asks Lou about how it's legal in 48 out of the 50 states in the U.S. for police to lie to children. Only in Oregon and Illinois is it illegal for police to lie to children and how do we pass this law in more states to protect our children. Next Lou gives his opinion on the upcoming book "This Will Not Pass: Trump, Biden, and the Bat…
 
First caller Brenda asks Lou if what's happening between Russia / Ukraine is the start of the end of days as predicted in the Bible and if we're all doomed. Next caller Shea wants to know Lou's opinion on Trump stating that if he were still president that Putin never would've invaded Ukraine. Lou answers Brad's email about Biden’s National Security…
 
First caller Andrew and Lou discuss the current situation in Ukraine, soaring gas prices, Tesla, and Biden's incompetence. Next caller Steve asks why BlackRock, who's CEO is Biden's financial advisor, is allowed to buy up real estate across the country and outbid citizens driving up home and rental prices. Janet asks Lou how middle and low income f…
 
Michael Nigro, an award-winning filmmaker, six-time Emmy-nominated writer-director and independent multimedia journalist joins Lou to talk about his time in Ukraine last week. They discuss the war the media doesn't tell us, Putin 's plan, Ukraine's resilience, Russia's end game, and his future plans to visit the Ukraine/Poland border at the end of …
 
Lou speaks with Ryan Hass. Hass is a senior fellow and the Michael H. Armacost Chair in the Foreign Policy program at Brookings. From 2013 to 2017, Hass served as the director for China and Taiwan at the National Security Council staff. In that role, he advised President Obama and senior White House officials on all aspects of U.S. policy toward Ch…
 
Robert Boyce, a former Chief of Detectives for the New York City Police Department, is Lou’s guest. They discuss Robert's new true crime reality show "New York Homicide" on the Oxygen Network. The show breaks down true crime cases from New York and interviews the real detectives involved. They also discuss the current rise in crime in New York, esp…
 
Lou has Taras Kuzio back to discuss the high tensions between Russia and Ukraine. Taras Kuzio is a Professor of Political Science, has written 17 books, and has a PhD in political science with a speciality in Ukrainian nation building and national identity. Is Putin in China just for the Olympics or is he posturing? If Russia does invade Ukraine wi…
 
Lou's guest Chris Carlson has worked in the White House Press Corps for 38 years and covered Presidents Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama, and Trump for ABC News as a Photojournalist. He also authored the eBook "9/11 With POTUS "that chronicled covering the first 5 days of 9/11 alongside President George Bush. Chris tells Lou both funny and intens…
 
Lou discusses a myriad of topics on mental health with his first caller Chantal Woodyard, the owner of Advantage Advocacy and Consulting Services who has over 30 years of experience working in human services and is a national speaker on mental health and civil rights law. She’s also the creator and co-producer of the historical fiction series “Gimm…
 
Emily, a small business owner and single mother, calls Lou to ask for advice on how to deal with businesses struggling to stay afloat due to the latest surge in the Omicron virus. Dean wants to know if Biden's “swift, severe, and united response” should Russia invade Ukraine means going to war with Russia. Danica asks what ramifications Rudy Giulia…
 
Lou and Taras Kuzio discuss what’s transpiring between Russia and the Ukraine and why it involves the United States. Taras Kuzio is a Professor of Political Science, has written 17 books, and has a PhD in political science with a speciality in Ukrainian nation building and national identity. Why Russia might invade the Ukraine? Why does it involve …
 
Caller Randy kicks off the first show of 2022 by asking Lou if the United States had to have a New Years Resolution to better itself as a country, what would it be? Lou discusses whether NYC has hit rock bottom, the new leadership of Eric Adams, and how soon his actions will make a difference. Next Lou gives his opinion on homeschooling and what ca…
 
Lou speaks with Mitchell Nicholas Gerber, an investigative journalist, who has dedicated 22 years to exposing The Forced Organ Harvesting of The Falun Gong spiritual movement in China. With a resilient character and a determined mind, he has been working hard on the frontline of a significant cause; which has been coined a “New form of evil.” He's …
 
First caller Eliot talks to Lou about the legalization of recreational marijuana and if the United States should legalize it on a Federal level to use the taxes toward improvements in this country. Next caller Andrew discusses whether the Covid vaccine was politicized, the current situation in the White House, and how to improve our current politic…
 
Phantom Rescue is an elite group of former US special ops, law enforcement, and government officials who have united with one clear objective, to bring an end to child trafficking through outreach, education, and rescue operations. Lou talks with them about their history, mission, and background. Documentation Jason Auerbach , who is currently prod…
 
Lou opens the show discussing his thoughts on the Rittenhouse verdict. Was it fair? Unjust? First caller Mike asks Lou about the Waukesha Christmas Parade tragedy. How can someone with an outstanding warrant and a history of running people over be out on such low-cost bail? Who's to blame? The justice system? Mental health? The next caller Ross is …
 
Kat, born and raised in New York, talks to Lou about the current state of New York City, the mayoral race, the return of the arts, and her time living in Baltimore for two months. Next caller Gabe, who lives and works at Earthship in Taos New Mexico, explains to Lou all the benefits of Earthship homes. They're environmentally sustainable building d…
 
Mike from Arizona calls Lou concerned about the deaths at the Astroland concert. Because of Lou's vast background in security, he wants to know what future measures need to be taken to prevent such a tragedy from happening again. Second caller Scott, an entrepreneur, and business owner have trouble finding employees even with raised wages. Where di…
 
Long-time listener Claire calls Lou and defends U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg's two-month maternity leave. Lou's next caller is a teacher from Charlotte who asks Lou why our education system is so broken, how we can fix it, and why so many teachers are leaving and starting new careers elsewhere. Marcus wants to know if the Alec Ba…
 
Lou's first caller Ryan, who owns an apartment in New York, left in March of 2020 and after being away for over 18 months is finally returning to the city, albeit a different one than the one he left. He asks Lou for advice to those moving back to the city that has dramatically changed and become more dangerous and crime-ridden. Lou's Zoom guest Ri…
 
Lou interviews Doctor Chad Nelsen, The CEO of the Surfrider Foundation. Dr. Nelsen also serves as the Board President for Save the Waves and serves as a Director at The Coastal Society, an international society that addresses technical, educational, and management issues that relate to coastal areas. They discuss the recent oil spill in Southern Ca…
 
Lou interviews LAPD Sergeant Mark Williams, a 36-year veteran. He spent several years on Patrol. He was involved in Vice, Narcotics, Gangs (crash), Homicide, Surveillance, Metro, Internal Affairs, Mounted Unit, and Air Support/ Head of Maintenance. This show is about trying to fix heavy societal problems in a practical way, using common sense logic…
 
David asks Lou if he's ever had to arrest a corporation during his time on the police force. Who's to blame for the opioid crisis, big pharma or someone else? Hans, the owner of The National Hoosball Association, talks with Lou about shutting down his business due to Covid and the challenges of trying to relaunch the business during these uncertain…
 
With the recent devastation caused by Hurricane Ida and climate change becoming a hot topic yet again, Lou's guest is Jason Lazarus Aurbach, an Emmy Award-winning producer who has produced the climate documentaries - "Rising Tides" and "Six Hours: Typhoon Yolanda." Joining Jason is Clay Backus, who has a Masters in Oceanography and was the Director…
 
Lou speaks with Sgt. John, who spent a tour in Afghanistan, about the ill-advised exit plan, the Taliban's quick takeover, the future for Afghan women, and how poorly everything was handled. Lou responds to an email about whether or not President Biden was dealt a bad hand being elected in the middle of a pandemic, if previous administrations are a…
 
Lou speaks with Britt, a school teacher in Queens NY, about heading back to school during Covid times and the new mandates it involves. Is it worth the risk? Sergeant E-5 Brad VandenBerg, an Ammo Team Chief in Afghanistan for 16 months, awarded the Global War on Terrorism Medal, Army Achievement Medal, and Army Accommodation Medal speaks with Lou a…
 
Lou's guest is Tom Basile. Basile is an American businessman, political commentator, and Republican politician in New York. He served in the George W. Bush administration, was the executive director of the New York Republican Party from 2009–2011. He is the author of the 2017 book Tough Sell: Fighting The Media War In Iraq, writes for FoxNews.com a…
 
Lou discusses the mass evictions looming over the country and the ramifications it'll have on the country. Whether New York City requiring proof of vaccination against Covid 19 to enter all restaurants and fitness centers is excessive and an invasion of privacy. He closes the show asking if America does or does not have a soul. This show is about t…
 
Allen, a hospice worker, asks Lou if the pandemic will ever end if the country remains divided between vaccinated and unvaccinated people. The next caller Bob has a strong family history of law enforcement and wants to know Lou's opinion on Minneapolis voting to replace their police department with a public safety department. Lou discusses the Texa…
 
Lou's guest is Olympia LePoint. She helped launch 28 NASA Space Shuttle missions into space and is hailed the "New Einstein" by her fans and named the "Modern Day Hidden Figure" by People Magazine. In her youth, she overcame severe poverty, a stabbing, and failing math scores but went on to become an award-winning rocket scientist, author and she g…
 
In this episode, Lou discusses the consequences of college athletes getting paid with his first caller Michael. Second caller Shannon is numb to today's biased media and asks Lou who we can trust in the media without an agenda. Lou gives his opinion on the 50 Democratic members of the Texas House of Representatives who fled the state and if they sh…
 
Caller Sandy and Lou discuss whether combining male and female groups such as The Boy Scouts becoming The Scouts is a good thing or if they should stay separated. Lou gives his opinion on what the global backlash would be if The Wall Street Journal article is true regarding the Coronavirus being created in a lab in Wuhan, China. Lou closes the show…
 
Lou's guest is Michael Shevack. He is an ordained rabbi, the author/co-author of 7 books including his latest, "The Six Fix: Spiritual Healthcare for a Stronger America" sixfixamerica.com. Involved in inter-religious reconciliation around the world, Shevack was an adjunct professor at SUNY Stonybrook teaching Spirituality and Comparative Religion i…
 
In this episode, Lou talks with Alaine, a concert pianist, and college art teacher, who voices her concern regarding how the pandemic crippled the arts and how and if it'll ever recover. High schooler Jackie wants Lou's advice on whether social media and the internet are ruining Generation Z. Gabe asks Lou why President Biden and VP Harris have not…
 
In PART TWO - Lou continues his interview with Robert Boyce, former Chief of Detectives of the New York City Police Department. In this impactful and eye-opening discussion, they talk about the current rise in CRIME in New York, especially how it relates to gun violence, how the political situation is impacting the city and policing, and if there's…
 
In the Two-Part Episode, Lou interviews Robert Boyce, former Chief of Detectives of the New York City Police Department. In this impactful and eye-opening discussion they talk about the current rise in CRIME in New York, especially how it relates to gun violence, how the political situation is impacting the city and policing, and if there's an end …
 
Lou answers Mandi's question regarding the surging prices of gas, lumber, and steel and if this is our new normal. Jarrod asks Lou why we were so quick to secure a vaccine for Covid-19 when cancer, diabetes, and AIDS are still without one. Lou doesn't know how Biden will pay for his 6 trillion dollar plan and the ramifications it'll have on our eco…
 
This show is about trying to fix heavy societal problems in a practical way, using common sense logic, and reasoning. Lou brings his perspective as a former police officer, global personal security specialist to some of the most iconic companies and individuals on the planet. However, Lou’s most important perspective as a father. In the end, it's a…
 
This show is about trying to fix heavy societal problems in a practical way, using common sense logic, and reasoning. Lou brings his perspective as a former police officer, global personal security specialist to some of the most iconic companies and individuals on the planet. However, Lou’s most important perspective as a father. In the end, it's a…
 
This show is about trying to fix heavy societal problems in a practical way, using common sense logic, and reasoning. Lou brings his perspective as a former police officer, global personal security specialist to some of the most iconic companies and individuals on the planet. However, Lou’s most important perspective as a father. In the end, it's a…
 
This show is about trying to fix heavy societal problems in a practical way, using common sense logic, and reasoning. Lou brings his perspective as a former police officer, global personal security specialist to some of the most iconic companies and individuals on the planet. However, Lou’s most important perspective as a father. In the end, it's a…
 
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