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July 27th, 2010
07:35 PM ET

The Teaser

"The Teaser” is a preview of the guests we have lined up for the next day – so you know when to tune in (and when to set your alarm!). Guests and times are always subject to change.

6:10AM Jeffrey Toobin, CNN Senior Legal Analyst, on why the Utah Supreme Court reversed a ruling against FLDS "prophet" Warren Jeff.

6:40AM Shane Guidry, Chairman & CEO of an off-shore supply company, on Day 100 of the oil spill – how has the moratium affected his business?

7:10AM Robert Dudley, BP CEO Designate, on latest on the containment efforts – when will the well be killed?

7:40AM Ana Maria Salazar, Host, Imagen News, on Mexico's preps for the new Arizona immigration law.

7:50AM Gail Dines, Author, "Pornland: How porn has hijacked our sexuality", on how pornography has negatively impacted the average American home.

8:10AM Lisa Curtis, Former CIA Analyst, on the Wikileaks scandal – how will it affect U.S. – Pakistan relations?

8:40AM Dean Blanchard, President of a seafood company, on how his business has been impacted over the past 100 days of the oil spill.

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soundoff (4 Responses)
  1. Frank

    Will legalizing pot take us back to the 60's? Is that what we real want? I say no and just wondering. I think it would cause a lost generation to pot and other drugs.

    July 28, 2010 at 8:39 am |
  2. Smith in Oregon

    Shame on the leakers for alerting the American Public and India that Pakistan has been funneling Billions of American taxpayer dollars from Bush-Cheney to the Pakistani ISI who used those free funds as outlined in reams of ISI and Afghanistan military documents to recruit, train and release suicide bombers against American and NATO troops.

    Shame on the leakers for showing reams of documents detailing that American taxpayers were funding both sides of the War in Afghanistan. Place the leakers in prison, how dare America be shown those military intelligence reports. How dare pilots learn about heat seeking missiles fired at them, throw the leakers into prison. How dare American taxpayers learn their money is being used in the most depraved possible way to fund Taliban suicide bombers against American and NATO troops, throw the leaker in prison.

    Oh Shame on the leakers for telling American troops that the Pakistani ISI had supplied the Taliban with Heat Seeking shoulder fired missiles so American and NATO pilots and their crews can update their flight plans to help protect them from that unknown threat that had been killing their fellow pilots because US Commanders didn't tell them.

    July 28, 2010 at 5:09 am |
  3. Smith in Oregon

    Where there any high level Turkish or Pakistani officials on the passenger jet that crashed? Perhaps the Airbus' blackbox will indicate if a bomb was the cause of the plane crash or not.

    If a bomb were involved, this flight originated in Turkey, it would be likely the Israeli Mossad planted it in their extended push back against Turkey brokering the 20% enriched Uranium exchange between Brazil and Iran for Iran's small medical reactor.

    July 28, 2010 at 4:21 am |
  4. TIM/TNB

    To the CNN team....
    I do appreciate the efforts of your entire team to keep us the public connected and informed.
    However, I DO have some criticisms (I think constructive) about what YOU deem news worthy, and the way you go about your reporting of any given 'piece'.... this 'DOG ON A BONE' approach, just gives me 'migraines'.
    First off, I do think the entire oil industry should be held under strict scrutiny, not just BP, on how they go about conducting their business.
    If indeed this planet has shrunk to a 'global village', then we should ALL be concerned with the health and well-being of our ENTIRE planet, not just the Gulf.
    Case-in-point....the Niger Delta, and it's own environmental oil spill catastrophe of FIFTY YEARS!!
    Thanks to ROYAL DUTCH SHELL!!
    What agency is holding THEIR 'feet to the fire'??? UNCONSCIONABLE!!
    The voices crying out for decades in that region are not being heard!
    The aquatic life of a people has died off!!
    Small children swim in polluted estuaries.... women wade through oily streams through mangroves on their way market.
    How colossally tragic that there's no 'international voice'....no CNN to chew on THAT 'bone' 24/7.
    SHELL is the culprit in THAT scenario!

    July 28, 2010 at 12:54 am |