Tuesday’s Morning Zone: Darwish, Keller and Steenbergen
Today on The Morning Zone, Dave's guests will be:
7:07AM MDT: Nonie Darwish - The Devil we don't Know-Born and raised in Cairo, Egypt as well as in Gaza, where her father worked as Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser's top military intelligence official. Converted to Christianity and is trying to warn Americans about the very dangerous course the country is on. As a woman who has lived under Sharia law, Darwish can tell you both what it's like and how Muslims in America are working toward implementing that law here.
7:37AM MDT: Art Keller- The Real Cost of War with Iran-The first international talks in 15 months on Iran’s nuclear program yielded an agreement to reconvene in May and President Obama says that while he refused to let the negotiations turn into a "stalling process," he was willing to give diplomacy one last chance. What would a strike against Iran cost the US? In terms of “blood and treasure” former CIA officer Art Keller says the US could lose up to 10,000 sailors – more than double the US combat losses from Afghanistan and Iraq.
8:07AM Executive Director of The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce, Dale Steenbergen is back with his monthly update on upcoming events at the Chamber, plus, he'll talk about more exciting news about new businesses and industries coming and new opportunities for business in Cheyenne and Laramie County.