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This week, Martha sits down with author Toby Harnden, to discuss his new book First Casualty: The Untold Story of the CIA Mission to Avenge 9/11, and why he decided to revisit the story of the first CIA military group to get into Afghanistan. Toby shares he wrote this book for people to understand where America has been in order to remember how thi…
 
This week, Martha revisits her conversation with former Chief of Staff to President George H.W. Bush, Jean Becker, to discuss her new book The Man I Knew. Jean tells the fascinating story of George H.W. Bush’s post-presidency, and the bond she developed with the him in his transition from the most powerful man in the world to elder statesman. Plus,…
 
On this episode, Martha is joined by Debra Burlingame and Kathleen Deparis, who both lost a brother on the day of the 9/11 terror attacks. Debra and Kathleen reflect on the 20th anniversary of that horrific day and share their thoughts on the impact of President Biden’s decision to withdraw all U.S. troops from Afghanistan at the end of August. Fol…
 
This week, Martha sits down with CEO and Founder of Tunnel to Towers Foundation Frank Siller who tells his late brother's story of courage and selflessness as an FDNY Firefighter on the day of the 9/11 terror attacks. Frank shares how he organized a nearly 500-mile Never Forget Walk to commemorate 20 years since September 11th, 2001 and what this a…
 
This week, Martha sits down with Gerald Sanford, a former FDNY Firefighter, New York City Police Officer, and author of It Started with a Helmet: A Retired Firefighter’s Return to New York City the Day Before 9/11. Jerry explains how he ended up returning to New York City the day before September 11th, and he shares stories from the ensuing weeks.…
 
This week, Martha sits down with former Afghanistan TV Producer Rukhsar Azamee who shares her story of escaping Afghanistan in 2015 and has not seen her family since, who remain in the country. Rukhsar tells Martha what life was like before the Taliban took over and the painful reality of what her family and those in Afghanistan are facing. Follow …
 
This week, Martha sits down with Chicago City Council Member Raymond Lopez, ex-gang member and community activist Pete Keller, and former D.C. Police Detective and Fox News Contributor Ted Williams to discuss the rise of gang violence in Chicago. The panel takes a look at the causes of shootings, underlying disputes within gangs, efforts to dismant…
 
This week, Martha sits down with former CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield to discuss his take on how to tackle the coronavirus Delta variant. Dr. Redfield takes a look back at the hypotheses surrounding the lab leak theory, where America is now, as the country faces a substantial increase in infection, and also explains the consequences of virtual l…
 
This week, Martha sits down with mother of five and contributing writer to Deseret Magazine, Bethany Mandel, to discuss her most recent Op-ed “Modern Motherhood Has A PR Problem.” Bethany aims to debunk the stigma around motherhood halting a woman’s life and wants listeners to know that it is a wonderful experience and is not the end-all life path …
 
This week, Martha sits down with Senior White House Reporter for the Wall Street Journal, Michael Bender, to discuss his new book, Frankly, We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story of How Trump Lost. Michael explains the challenge of recapping President Donald Trump’s unpredictable presidency in his book, and why his team foresaw a win in the 202…
 
This week, Martha sits down with investigative reporter for the Miami Herald, Julie K. Brown, to share her Untold Story about the Jeffrey Epstein investigation. Julie details her reporting on the story in her new book, Perversion of Justice: The Jeffrey Epstein Story, explains how he got away with his crimes for so long, and why he was treated so c…
 
This week, Martha sits down with DNA expert & CEO of Huffine International, Ed Huffine, to speak about modern day DNA technology. Ed discusses how these advancements are playing a huge role in identifying the deceased in various tragedies around the world, and how this allows him to give families some finality in determining the death of their love…
 
This week, Martha sits down with poet, journalist, and writer Roya Hakakian, to discuss her new book, A Beginner's Guide to America: For the Immigrant and the Curious. Roya tells The Untold Story of her American immigration experience as a 19-year-old Iranian refugee, and the struggles she faced when traveling to the United States with only a backp…
 
This week, Martha sits down with former Chief of Staff to Princess Diana, Patrick Jephson, to share his two cents on The Royal Family rift. Patrick talks about the possible halt to the feud between Prince Harry and Prince William, prior to the unveiling of the statue of Princess Diana in honor of her 60th birthday, but says that a full reconciliati…
 
This week, Martha sits down with a panel of military and security experts, General Keith Kellogg, General Anthony Tata, and Morgan Wright to discuss cyber-attacks and security. The panel discusses how the future of warfare is moving beyond explosions and gunfire as hacks on weapons, invisible attacks, and cyber-attacks become more popular. They go …
 
This week, Martha sits down with author Virginia Hume to discuss her new book, Haven Point, a family drama set in New England. Virginia shares how her book tells the story of three women in WWII going through their generations, touching on important themes such as a sense of community, the difficulties that families can face, and friendships, speci…
 
This week, Martha sits down with retired Olympic gold medal-winning decathlete & candidate for California Governor, Caitlyn Jenner. Caitlyn discusses how her relationship with her late father shaped her into the person she is today, expresses what she’s learned so far in her run for Governor of California, and her hopes for inclusivity in the futur…
 
This week, Martha sits down with 96-year-old D-Day Veteran, Jack Claiborne, to discuss his firsthand experience on the tragic day in American history. Jack recalls the details of that historic day on the beach, his experience as a helmsman, and his times revisiting Normandy since the infamous event occurred. Follow Martha on Twitter: @MarthaMacCall…
 
This week, Martha sits down with former Chief of Staff to President George H.W. Bush, Jean Becker, to discuss her new book The Man I Knew. Jean tells the fascinating story of George H.W. Bush’s post-presidency, and the bond she developed with the him in his transition from the most powerful man in the world to elder statesman. Plus, the unlikely re…
 
This week, Martha sits down with Royal Biographer, Commentator, and the author of Prince Philip Revealed, Ingrid Seward, to discuss the royal family. Ingrid reveals the fun facts she learned in her research about Prince Philip and what she thinks Prince Philip would say in response to the infamous interview between Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and O…
 
This week, Martha sits down with former United States Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, to discuss education during a pandemic. Secretary DeVos feels there are ample ways for students to safely return to school in person for the fall, and strongly encourages parents to send their children back to the classroom because she believes virtual learni…
 
This week, Martha sits down with University of Notre Dame Senior, Emily Eagle, to discuss her experience as a blind student on campus. Emily has nothing but praise for how accommodating her school has been throughout her college career, and how she has become the best version of herself as a blind person. She claims being blind has made her more em…
 
This week, Martha chats with former Hall of Fame Quarterback & Super Bowl MVP, Brett Favre, to discuss the players in the NFL draft. Brett believes that the new quarterback picks are very strong and gives his predictions on where he thinks each player might go. He also gives his insight on high profile figures such as athletes weighing in on curren…
 
This week, Martha sits down with Civil Rights Attorney, Leo Terrell, to discuss race and policing in America. Leo argues that there is a false narrative of racism in American society. He shares why he believes the idea of systemic racism does not exist, and is being wrongly exploited in this country. Follow Martha on Twitter: @MarthaMacCallum…
 
This week, Martha sits down with UK Media Correspondent and royal reporter, Neil Sean, to discuss the royal family and predictions regarding the late Prince Phillip’s funeral. Neil predicts that Queen Elizabeth will not step aside from her royal duty, even given her husband’s recent death. He also believes that Prince William and Prince Harry’s fir…
 
This week, Martha sits down with seventeen-year-old Minneapolis resident, Marcus Hunter, to discuss the current state of his neighborhood. Marcus reveals how crime has drastically increased since the death of George Floyd and the reduction of the Minneapolis Police Department. He shares his hopes to see people finally feeling secure in the neighbor…
 
This week, Martha takes the streets of Minneapolis for a walk and talk with Don Samuels, The Chief’s Advisory Council for Minneapolis Police, and Ted Williams, former Washington D.C. police detective, along with two Minneapolis residents David Opp and Lonnice Thorton. They share how the tragic death of George Floyd, and though it has brought an unp…
 
This week, Martha is joined by a panel of parents to discuss the tremendous effects the pandemic has had on teenage mental health. Each parent explains how their children were negatively impacted during the COVID-19 pandemic, they warn other parents to watch for key signs of depression, to immediately act on those signs, and to hold on to their chi…
 
This week, Martha is joined by author James Reston Jr., to discuss his new historical novel, The 19th Hijacker. With the help of archives and research, James takes listeners through a fictional account of what lead up to that day and delves into the mind of one of the terrorists involved, who pondered his choice to join the 9/11 hijackers. He expla…
 
This week, Martha is joined by Editor-at-Large of DailyMail.com Piers Morgan to discuss his thoughts on the controversial Oprah Winfrey interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Piers explains his suspicions about Meghan Markle's allegations of racism toward the Royal Family, what he believes are the holes in the Duchess’ story and the hypocri…
 
This week, Martha is joined by Representative Madeleine Dean (D-PA) and her son Harry Cunnane to discuss their new book, “Under Our Roof” which they wrote together about how Rep. Dean helped Harry overcome his drug addiction. They share the difficult memories they confronted in writing this book together, how Harry’s struggle with addiction tested …
 
This week, Martha is looking back at some of the most memorable interviews with the veterans who shared their experiences with Martha for her book Unknown Valor. Listen and hear the unforgettable untold stories from World War II veterans Charles Gubish and Herschel "Woody" Williams. Follow Martha on Twitter: @marthamaccallum…
 
This week, Martha is joined by State Assemblyman Ron Kim, FOX News Senior Meteorologist Janice Dean and concerned daughter Joanne Miles to share how their lives were impacted by the spread of COVID-19 in New York nursing homes. They explain the truths that are being uncovered about what state officials knew about the death rates and their hopes to …
 
This week, Martha speaks with Ken Starr, former independent counsel on the impeachment of President Clinton’s and attorney on former President Trump’s first impeachment defense team, on the dangers of using impeachment as a political tool. Ken shares his belief that the second impeachment of former President Trump is unconstitutional, why the Chief…
 
This week, Martha is joined by Alex Berenson, former New York Times reporter and author of The Power Couple. Alex explains why he is skeptical about the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine in its current state, how MRNA vaccines differ from the vaccines we have used in the past and how he would change vaccine rollout in the United States. Follow …
 
This week, Martha is joined by President Dwight Eisenhower’s granddaughter and author of How Ike Led Susan Eisenhower, Deputy Editor of The Wall Street Journal Editorial Page Dan Henninger and Former Governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee joins to discuss the inauguration of President Joe Biden. Follow Martha on Twitter: @MarthaMacCallum…
 
This week, Martha is joined by Representative Kat Cammack (R-FL) to discuss her vote against impeachment and the importance of unifying Americans right now instead of sewing division. Later Martha speaks with FOX News Correspondent-at-large Geraldo Rivera and former Deputy National Security Advisor KT McFarland about their contrasting reactions to …
 
Let NetSuite show you how they’ll benefit your business with a FREE Product Tour at www.netsuite.com/WHATIF We've explored a lot on this planet, but how deeply have we truly gone? The Earth's core is over 6000km deep...and the deepest we've drilled is roughly 12km! Not even 1%, and we haven't talked about the Earth's Oceans. Join Peter and Richard …
 
Go to the Great Courses Plus and receive the first month for FREE: thegreatcoursesplus.com/whatif Normally the idea of gorging yourself exclusively with sugar for 30 days would be a hypothetical, but over the holidays, it might not be. Peter and Richard and joined by the author of the best selling book "The Case Against Sugar" Gary Taubes to get to…
 
Go to www.greenchef.com/WHATIF90 and use code WHATIF90 to get $90 off, including free shipping. It's been a long strange journey for Nobel Prize winning astronomer Didier Queloz. In 1995, he and his team discovered the first "Exosolar Planet" i.e. an Earth-like planet orbiting a star. In 2019, they received the Nobel Prize. Now there are over 4,000…
 
This week, Martha speaks with two U.S. Army veterans, the CEO of Combat Flags, Dan Berei and Combat Flags advocate Ben Breckheimer about their work with the nonprofit Stop Soldier Suicide. Dan explains why he formed Combat Flags after serving, how was inspired to use the company to donate funds to the Stop Soldier Suicide nonprofit and how he forme…
 
Let NetSuite show you how they’ll benefit your business with a FREE Product Tour at www.netsuite.com/WHATIF With everyone from Elon Musk to Jeff Bezos working on ways to bring space travel to the masses (the very wealthy masses) through various rocket launched endeavours, has anyone asked if this could be done in a simpler way, a safer way, a cheap…
 
This week, Martha is joined by Don Milne, Founder and Director of the Stories Behind The Stars initiative aimed at telling the stories of every World War II veteran who gave their lives for their country. Don explains how this initiative grew from a hobby project to a national movement and discusses his goal to develop an app for military cemeterie…
 
So What If a tornado hit an active volcano? To be honest, we have no idea. But you know who might be the only person on Earth who knows? It's the host of the long running Discovery Channel hit show "Angry Planet" George Kourounis who has chased more tornadoes than you could count and has literally been inside an active volcano...multiple times! Joi…
 
This week, Martha speaks with 100-Year-Old World War II veteran James Smith about his time serving as a member of the 1st Marine Raider Battalion. James discusses his memories of his battalion getting stranded on Tulagi after winning their skirmish on the island, the battles he fought in the campaign of Guadalcanal and how his rigorous training whi…
 
What If you could live forever? Since the days of Ponce De Leon and the search for the Fountain of Youth, human beings have pursued longer lives, doing whatever they could to cheat time and extend their lives. Now, with genetic engineering/CRSPR technology etc. this is no longer a dream, it's a reality. We are on the cusp of literally designing how…
 
This week, Martha speaks with President Trump’s former campaign manager, Brad Parscale about what the plan for victory was and where he believes it went wrong. Brad explains why he wanted to make the focus of the 2020 campaign a choice election instead of a referendum election, how the campaign changed when Bill Stephien became campaign manager and…
 
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