About Jack

Jack is really a storyteller, international explorer, and humanitarian and everything else rolls out from there. As a writer, its what he does.  As a trial lawyer and trial skills teacher aroud the world, its his most important tool. As a former CIA officer, the only way to truly motivate people is to connect and to tell them a story that they can feel viscerally.  As a media analyst, what better way to make a point.  In the end, he tries to captivate his audience about the world and its people as much as he himself is captivated.

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Saddam Has Been Executed



The Jack Rice Show, Friday, December 29, 2006.

Jack talked about the .015 percent sales tax that will take effect on Monday to help raise money for a new Twins Stadium.
According to an AP-AOL poll the Top Villian and Top Hero of 2006 are the same person...President Bush. Do you think we are better off now than earlier this year?
Co-ed dorm rooms and liabiltiy of a hotel who evicted a customer who was drunk and a long way from home on New Years were great toalk topics.
Dr. David Shern discussed a bill that would require equal health insurance coverage for mental and physical illness.

The Jack Rice Show, Thursday, December 28, 2006.

The FDA has approved cloned livestock saying it's safe to eat and will not require special labeling. Would you eat it?
The Shiite would like to air Saddam Hussein's execution on the Iraqi TV. Should this execution be made available to American's? Would you pay for it?
Rose Brewer, professor of African American Studies discussed the racial disparity of weath in the U.S. Why are the differences so significant?

The Jack Rice Show, Wednesday, December 20, 2006.

Jack talked about a proposed new minimum wage. If the President is willing to sign it, what shoul it be? What is a "liveable" wage?
A new study suggests that 95 percent of Americans have had premarital sex. If this is true, why do we spend hundreds of millions on abstinance programs if nobody is listening? Would we be better off spending it elsewhere?
Dr. Ric Dressen, Superintendent of Edina schools explained why some racial terms were edited out of the play Of Mice and Men to be performed by students.
Jacob Hacker, professor of Poly-Sci at Yale University and Fellow of the New American Foundation talked about the shift of the middle class.

The Jack Rice Show, Tuesday, December 19, 2006.

Jack spoke with CBS news correspondent Ran Jan Gupta on India supplying information to Iran on nuclear weaponry; Keith Stroup, legal counsel to and founder of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws addressed the news that marijuana was the number one cash crop in the U.S. making $35 billion; Jack took calls on your thoughts on the violence that broke out in Saturday's New York Knicks and Denver Nuggets game.

The Jack Rice Show, Monday, December 18, 2006.

Jack discussed the rescue efforts being made to find the two remaining climbers on Mt. Hood; The USA pageant is evaluating the behavior of their current Miss USA, Tara Conner; Sam Bahour, Palestine-American businessman and contributor to the Palestine Chronicle discusses the latest events taking place in the Gaza between the Fatah party and Humas; William Dobson, managing editor of Foreign Policy shares with us the top ten stories we missed this year.

The Jack Rice Show, Friday, December 15, 2006.

Jack discussed John McCain's call for between 15 to 30 thousand troops in Iraq; Pamela Ewen who worked with James Baker discussed the Baker Hamilton report; Rosie O'Donnell is in hot water for a joke she made this week depicting Asian television; Harry Spence a member of the New Commission on the Skills of the American Workforce talked about recommendations they have to get our schools up to par to compete globally; The "Stop on Red" program is being challenged at the MN Supreme Court level.

The Jack Rice Show, Thursday, December 14, 2006.

Jack spoke with Tim Counts, public affairs officer for Immigration and Customs Enforcement about the identity theft issue of the recent immigration bust in Southern Minnesota; Senator Tim Johnson is in critical condition and while this is happening the political types are speculating what will happen in the Senate; A man has been put on administrative leave from his job as an art teacher because of the freelance artwork he does...butt painting; Dr. Jack Kavorian will be out on parole this summer, he plans to speak on assisted suicide eventhough he cannot consult patients. Will his release bring the topic back to the forefront? Masschusetts became the fourth state to publish heart surgeons death rates of their patients. Would you want to know your doctor's records, how about hospitol's records?

The Jack Rice Show, Wednesday, December 13, 2006.

Jack discussed the immigration raid that took place at Swift & Co. pork processing plant in Worthington yesterday. Alan Oberloh, Worthington's mayor, John Langard, Worthington School's superintendent and Paula Duthoy, an immigration attorney representing some of the undocumented workers joined in on the discussion; Former President Jimmy Carter talked about his latest book, Palestine Peace Not Apartheid and the controversy surrounding his stand.