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September 29th, 2010
11:27 PM ET

The Teaser for Thursday, September 30, 2010

"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 Paul Callan, Attorney and Professor of Media Law, Seton Hall University and Jeff Gardere, Clinical Psychologist , on the suicide of a Rutgers University. student and the arrests of two students accused of  posting his sexual encounter live on the internet.  What kind of charges are they facing?

6:24AM John Roberts, on his backstage interview with legendary band Rush.

7:40AM Annie Murphy Paul,  Contributor, TIME Magazine and author of  "Origins", on a controversial new program that tries to protect students from violence and bullying.

8:10AM Meghan McCain, Author," Dirty Sexy Politics", on her new book, the midterm elections and the influence of the Tea Party.

8:40AM Eliot Spitzer, Host of CNN's "Parker Spitzer" and former Governor of New York, on the midterm elections, the influence of social media in political races and preview of his new show.

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  1. Kozzmo

    As a Rush fan, I'm not that worried about whether they make it into the Hall of Fame. Thats not who they are. The band was always outside the mainstream, they were the musician's musicians. There true impact as such is almost impossible to gauge. It is almost a subliminal thing, and yet there impact on society and subsequent artists is probably as great as that of any other band of the era.

    I know in my own life, I pondered a question for many years. Why was Apollo the God of Reason? When I found the answer, it opened a whole new world to me. It was the start of a journey that took me from the halls of Kublai Khan, to the deepest reaches of outer space. From the first sentence of Anaximander, to the writings of Bertrand Russell, and even into the era of post-modernism.

    And as the band proudly proclaims

    Plus ça change,
    Plus c'est la même chose
    The more that things change,
    The more they stay the same.

    September 30, 2010 at 7:11 am |
  2. Le Staples

    Your segment on Elizabeth Cohen's Mother Kidney Transplant did not add up.
    Kidney Disease is a chronic disease and early stages are easily discovered in routine lab work one would have drawn in a yearly physical.
    Either the Physician is totally incompetent and a malpractice lawsuit is in the works or yearly check ups were not done.
    I think this very incomplete reporting.

    September 30, 2010 at 7:01 am |