Interview on AM770 CHQR in Alberta, Canada

On Tuesday, May 3, I spoke on AM770 CHQR radio in Alberta, Canada about the death of Osama bin Laden and the conspiracy theories resulting from this moment in history.  Click on the link below to listen to my interview.

AM 770 Interview

4 comments on “Interview on AM770 CHQR in Alberta, Canada

  1. Amanda May 15, 2011 9:37 pm

    Just listened to the interview…Great job!!

  2. Paul Feinman May 16, 2011 11:20 am

    Dad I listened to your May 3rd interview again and you sound fantastic. I really like how you talked about the death of Osama Bin Laden and the conspiracy theories resulting from that. You sound great on the radio and I hope one day you will be interviewed again on the radio. I love you and I’m really proud of you.

  3. Your Conservative Student May 18, 2011 11:46 pm

    Dr. Feinman, you sounded fantastic! Congratulations to you!

  4. Paul S. June 5, 2011 11:05 am

    Dr. Feinman,

    HAHAHA. Dr. Feinman, you could have went on for 10 min naming conspiracy theories. I love it.

    Question: When I have debates with my friends and I credit President Obama for catching Osama Bin Laden they argue he personally didn’t catch him. Their argument is that he personally didn’t catch them. That he has cut funds in the military. We can credit JFK (somewhat) for helping us land on the moon, and we can credit Ulysses S. Grant for winning the Civil War, but they personally didn’t land us on the moon (NASA scientists, and Commander Grant helped, and Grant didn’t entirely win it by himself).

    Catching Bin Laden came under President Obama, and he is in charge, is what I told them, therefor he gets the credit. Clinton and W. Bush tried, but Obama got him.

    I miss your class. I wish I wasn’t done with school. =(
    Take care, Dr. Feinman

    So, did President Obama beef up the priority to catch him? I thought he made CIA’s top priority to catch him?

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