Blanquita Cullum Interview of Gregg Roman

Blanquita Cullum Interview of Gregg Roman

The Hard Question Host Blanquita Cullum Interview with Gregg Roman

Highlights:

Interview Topics:

Iraqi forces taking Kirkuk from Kurdish control.
U.S. homegrown terrorism verses European transitory migration terrorism.
U.S. radicalization more likely caused by video verses migration.
Turkey – not open/not safe. Erdogan consolidated power and became a tyrant.

*** Gregg’s interview starts at 9.00 minutes in.

 

bqAnother program getting readied for launch on TalkersRadio in either late-January or early-February is “The Hard Question with Blanquita Cullum.”   Hosted by veteran talk show host, Washington-insider, and former member of the United States Broadcasting Board of Governors, Blanquita Cullum, the one-hour-per-week show will cover the hottest and most-pressing economic, environmental and political issues facing the country from a non-partisan, non-ideological perspective.  Cullum tells TALKERS, “I’ve been in this business too long to mess around playing the old right versus left game that is quickly getting us nowhere. It is time to get serious – especially having this marvelous platform upon which to perform – and dust off the old journalism skills.  Just as the name implies, I will be asking big shots and policy makers from the worlds of energy, finance and government the hard questions.  None of that easy, puff-piece stuff.  This show is going to get down, dirty and real!”

By | 2017-10-17T20:55:18+00:00 October 17th, 2017|Audio Interviews for Download, Middle East|

About the Author:

Gregg Roman functions as the chief operations officer for the Forum, responsible for day-to-day management, communications, and financial resource development. Mr. Roman previously served as director of the Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh. In 2014, he was named one of the ten most inspiring global Jewish leaders by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. He previously served as the political advisor to the deputy foreign minister of Israel and worked for the Israeli Ministry of Defense. Mr. Roman is a frequent speaker at venues around the world, often appears on television, and has written for the Hill, the Forward, the Albany Times-Union, and other publications. He attended American University in Washington, D.C., and the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) in Herzliya, Israel, where he studied national security studies and political communications.