Electricity has been called “the indispensable commodity.” While it powers our lives in increasing ways, it is taken for granted. Electric power faces a multitude of challenges, especially supply and resources, as David Naylor, President and CEO of Rockwall, Texas-based Rayburn Electric Cooperative, tells Host Llewellyn King and Co-host Adam Clayton Powell III.
World Class Scholars seeks to link up students and teachers in grades 1-12 online, real-time and globally — and with some surprising results. Its founder, Phil Noble, speaks with Host Llewellyn King and Co-host Adam Clayton Powell III.
The United States is defenseless against a terror attack from weaponized hobby drones. Host Llewellyn King and Co-host Adam Clayton Powell III discuss this threat with Maj. Gen. James Poss, USAF (Ret.) and Richard Whittle, journalist and author, “Predator: The Secret Origins of the Drone Revolution.”
The demise of local newspapers is a critical threat to our democracy, as Martin Baron, former executive editor of The Washington Post, who started out in local news, told Host Llewellyn King and Co-host Adam Clayton Powell III. He also spoke candidly about coverage of the 2024 presidential election. This is Part II, and the final episode in the series.
Martin “Marty” Baron, the former executive editor of The Washington Post, talks about his time at the helm of three major newspapers and his book “Collision: Trump, Bezos and The Washington Post.” Part I of II.
Host Llewellyn King and Co-host Adam Clayton Powell III discuss a new “primer” on cybersecurity policy and technology with its authors, Derek Reveron , chair of the National Security Affairs Department at the U.S. Naval War College and John Savage, professor emeritus of computer science at Brown University.
Is there a disconnect between politicians and intelligence collectors? Was the Israel-Hamas war, as were 9/11 and the Falklands War “a failure to warn and to imagine”? Michael Allen, managing director of Beacon Global Strategies, and Anthony Wells, author and a former intelligence agent, discuss the gathering and analysis of intelligence with Host Llewellyn King and Co-host Adam Clayton Powell III.
Host Llewellyn King and Co-host Adam Clayton Powell III talk to David Worsfold, author of a riveting book on the largely untold story of Churchill’s effort to evacuate Allied military forces and civilians from ports in western France after Dunkirk, codenamed Operation Aerial.
The GI Bill greatly reduced the ranks of artisans in America. But there is a critical need for them. Hosts Llewellyn King and Adam Clayton Powell III talk to the provost and a graduate of the American College of the Building Arts, which provides a liberal arts education as well as a trade.