John Batchelor Show Podcasts

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March 27, 2015 - First Hour

Fri 3/27/15 Hr 1 JBS: Aaron Task, Yahoo Finance. Liz Peek, Fiscal Times. Konstantin Botygin, CalTech.

March 27, 2015 - Second Hour

Fri 3/27/15 Hr 2 JBS: John Bolton, AEI. Dan Henninger, WSJ Editorial. Paul Collins, Lapham's Quarterly.

March 26, 2015 - First Hour

THURS 3/26/15 HR 1 JBS: Co-Host Mary Kissel, WSJ Editorial. Phillip Terzian, Weekly Standard. Co-Host Malcolm Hoenlein, Conference of Presidents Major American Jewish Organizations.  

March 26, 2015 - Second Hour

Thurs 3/26/15 Hr 2 JBS:  Malcolm Hoenlein, Conference of Presidents. Michael Herzog, Washington Institute. David Albright, Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS). Anna Borshchevskaya, Washington Institute. Simon Henderson, Washington Institute.

March 26, 2015 - Third Hour

Thurs 3/26/15 Hr 3 JBS: Dennis Ross, Washington Institute. Victor Gaetan, National Register. Ken Croswell, Science.  

March 26, 2015 - Fourth Hour

Thurs 3/26/15 Hr 4 JBS: Richard Epstein, Hoover. David Grinspoon, Library of Congress.

March 25, 2015 - First Hour

Wed 3/25/15 Hr 1 JBS: Gordon Chang, Forbes.com. Dr. David M. Livingston, The Space Show. Arthur Waldron, Lauder Professor of International Relations at the University of Pennsylvania. Julia Famularo, research affiliate at Project 2049 Institute. Douglas M  

March 25, 2015 - Second Hour

Wed 3/25/15 Hr 2 JBS: Gordon Chang, Forbes.com. Alan Tonelson, economic policy analyst; RealityChek & @AlanTonelson. Pater Navarro, UC Irvine. Abheek Bhattacharya, Heard on the Street WSJ in Hong Kong. Gina Chon, FT.

March 25, 2015 - Third Hour

Wed 3/25/15 Hr 3 : Guests: Monica Crowley, Fox, & Washington Times Online opinion editor. Aaron Klein, Investigative Radio, KleinOnline. Robert Zimmerman, behindtheblack.com.  

March 25, 2015 - Fourth Hour

Wed 3/25/15 Hr 4 : Guest: William Rosen, author, The Third Horseman: Climate Change and the Great Famine of the 14th Century.

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