Milt talks with John Ferling, author of the book Almost a Miracle: The American Victory in the War for Independence. Ferling is a Professor Emeritus at the University of West Georgia and author of several books on the American Revolution. (9/27/07)

Ferling (81:57)

Milt talks with James Piereson about his new book Camelot and the Cultural Revolution: How the Assassination of John F. Kennedy Shattered American Liberalism. Piereson is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, and is the former executive director of the John M. Olin Foundation. (9/24/07)

Piereson (81:35)

Does science reveal the existence of God? Are science and God mutually exclusive? For this show, Milt and his guests attempt to answer these questions. The guests are Mario Beauregard, author of the book The Spiritual Brain: How Neuroscience is Revealing the Existence of God, and Dr. Francis Collins, former head of the Human Genome Project and author of the book The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief. Both guests are leading scientists and have written rivetting new books discussing how science may actually prove the existence of God. (9/20/07)

God In Science (82:34)

What is the state of the public school system? Might there be better alternatives? Some say yes, proposing schools of choice, meaning the ability to select what school district you will attend classes in regardless of residence, as the alternative. The issue of schools of choice is widely debated and vehemently opposed by many, and just as vehemently supported by many others. For this show, we were joined by Herb Walberg, author of the book School Choice: The Findings, and Mike Van Winkle, a legislative specialist from the Heartland Institute. (9/10/07)

School Choice(81:05)

September 2007 marks the 30th anniversary of the launch of the first voyager spacecraft. In commemoration, Milt talks with two esteemed experts in the field of astronomical exploration: Timothy Ferris, who is the author of Seeing in the Dark, Galaxies, and many others of astronomical research and Jim Manning, the Executive Director of the Astronomical Society of the Public. (9/3/07)

Voyager Anniversary (73:37)