Military historian John Wukovits discusses his book, Soldiers of a Different Cloth, the story of thirty-five chaplains and missionaries performed extraordinary feats of courage and persistence during World War II.
“Safety, Compliance, and Common Sense” with the National Association of Small Trucking Companies (NASTC).
If negative thoughts are holding you back, you better SWAT them: Stop What you’re doing, Ask yourself some questions, and Take action. Psychotherapist and Certified Integrative Nutritionist Dr. Susan Macey explains how SWAT can change your attitude and your negative habits when she joins Clare Marie on the “Highway to Health.”
There are a number of origin stories for the hamburger, and on National Hamburger Day, Christopher Carosa cracks the case.
Robert Braswell, Executive Director of ATA’s Technology and Maintenance Council and Roger Maye cover wheel end maintenance on “Tech Talk with TMC.”
Get the scoop on this year’s Roadcheck from CVSA Director of Safety Programs Will Schaefer.
“Canada Calling” with the Owner-Operator’s Business Association of Canada (OBAC)
CPA John Turner of Able Tax Relief takes your calls.
A look at current market conditions with Carrier List’s Kevin Hill and MSU Logistics Assistant Professor Dr. Jason Miller.
DC Insider and military expert Dr. John Gans discusses his new book, White House Warriors: How the National Security Council Transformed the American Way of War.
A look at the latest news from the hill on “Washington Trucking Week” with the Owner Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA).
Tim Ridley joins live from the American Truck Historical Society’s Convention & Truck Show in Reno, NV.
How many times have you moved in your lifetime? Was it so stressful that you’d rather spend a week in jail than move?
A recent survey revealed that one in ten Americans would rather spend a week in jail than move. The survey also found while 80% of people have helped someone move, 51% admit to carrying the lightest items.
Highway Angel Demetrice Reeves shares his story of helping a student who passed out behind the wheel.
What type of vehicle did you learn to drive in? Do you feel that a teen should learn to drive in a small to mid-sized car or start out driving a larger vehicle?
According to experts, a small to mid-sized car is best for teens to build confidence when learning to drive. Many truck drivers learned to drive in a station wagon, pickup truck, and with some learning to drive in a farm truck.
If your company offered a paid sabbatical, would you take a trip, try out another profession or stay at home and relax?
A recent report shows that more people are now taking a sabbatical from their career to pursue personal passions, travel, or even a career shift. It’s becoming so popular that some companies are offering their employees a paid or unpaid sabbatical. A study found that those who took a break experienced a decline in stress while on sabbatical and once they returned to their jobs.
Clare Marie and Jimmy Mac leave this marble behind for a morning and explore the solar system with a discussion of science fact, science fiction, and the places they seem to overlap.
July marks the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. Hear the story of Apollo 11 from Dr. Christopher Riley, author of NASA Mission AS-506.
UFO sightings are on the rise in certain areas. Is there intelligent life out there? Can we communicate? Psychic and psychotherapist Vincent Genna shares his take on the matter.
Wrap up Military Appreciation Month on this Memorial Day weekend and share stories of the men and women in your life who have served, and of your own service.
Ever flip out at a Little League game? Ever find the way to give yourself a dubious “competitive edge”? Then this is the show for you to call in and bare your soul.
Luis Tiant shares his improbable story as one of the most charismatic and accomplished MLB players of the 60’s and 70’s, as told in his memoir, Son of Havana.
Do you go out of your way to ensure that you DON’T get an unfair advantage? Whether on the field or on the road, what does respect, decency, and good sportsmanship mean to you?
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