THE CONTROVERSY SURROUNDING THE NAMES OF SPORTS TEAMS AS THE WASHINGTON REDSKINS DECIDE TO CHANGE NAME AND LOGO
Jim Bohannon speaks with LISA DURDEN, TV Personality, Pop Culture/ Political Commentator and content creator about this and other issues.
POLITICS AND THE COURTS
ANTHONY MARCUM, fellow for the Governance Project at the R Street Institute is our guest to discuss politics and the US Courts and his latest article “POLITICIZATION OF COURTS IS ABDICATION OF POLITICAL DUTY”
Marcum focuses his research and writing on matters concerning the federal judiciary. He was previously a litigation attorney in Michigan, practicing in state and federal court. Before that, he served as a law clerk in the U.S. District Courts for the Northern District of West Virginia and the District of New Hampshire. He was also an Eagleton Institute of Politics legislative fellow from 2013 to 2014.
THE FRENCH REVENGE
Publisher: TRAB Publishing (May 6, 2020)
Former US Congressman Anthony Ferrari is now living in Milan and romantically involved with the beautiful Chiara Moretti, one of the world’s top concert pianists. When the two of them are vacationing in Corsica and running on the beach, Chiara is suddenly shot. Enraged, Anthony launches an investigation to determine who is responsible and to punish them. This investigation enmeshes him in French politics and he clashes with Louise, a French intelligence officer and former lover of his who wants to rekindle their relationship. He finally concludes that Russian President Volkov, a long-time enemy of his from his days as a congressman, is responsible and he plans to assassinate him. But can he actually kill a head of state and get away with it? And what will the ramifications be for Chiara, who’s alive but terrified the killer — or killers — will make a second attempt? Full of dazzling international locations and furious action, THE FRENCH REVENGE is a thriller that will keep you guessing until the very end.
ALLAN TOPOL is the national bestselling author of fourteen novels of international intrigue, including Spy Dance.
His novels have been translated into Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, and Hebrew. He is a graduate of Carnegie Institute of Technology, who majored in chemistry, abandoned science, and obtained a law degree from Yale University. A partner in a major Washington law firm, and an avid wine collector, he has traveled extensively, researching dramatic locations for his novels.