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Daily Highlights: Monday; October 4, 2010


Mr. Media gets busy with Yvonne Strahovski, who plays Sarah Walker on Chuck. The Australian-born beauty (who’s of Polish descent) will chat about what’s coming up on the NBC series, and about her role opposite Bobby De Niro and Clive Owen in the big-screen flick, The Killer Elite.

Ask Mom RN host Tamara Walker gets down to brass tacks with carpenter Carter Oosterhouse (try saying that 3 times fast), host of the HGTV series Carter Can. The hunky builder will talk about teaming up with Lowe’s to promote energy-saving technologies.

Stardish Radio’s Jo Ann Kubasek sits down with former WWE Diva Stacy Keibler who’s appeared in such flicks as True Lies and The Firm, and recently wrapped Dyfunctional Friends. Stacy will preview her guest turn on tonight’s episode of NBC’s Chuck.

Comedian Stevie Mack gives it up for Andres “Dres” Titus, half of the alternative hip-hop group Black Sheep, who charted in the ‘90s with tracks like Strobelite Honey and The Choice Is Yours. Dres will fill us in on his latest EP, From The Black Pool of Genius.

Variety Topics host Sonia Fitch gets up close and personal with Fox News Channel legal analyst— and Bill O’Reilly’s sparring partner in his weekly “Is It Legal?” segment—Lis Wiehl, who’ll chat about her latest thriller (authored with April Henry), titled Face of Betrayal.

The Stupid Cancer Show’s Matthew Zachary and Lisa Bernhard welcome Meghan Rogers, president of the National Collegiate Cancer Foundation, Kay Cofrancesco, director of advocacy relations for the Lung Cancer Alliance, and Beth Stern, executive director of the LUNGevity Foundation.

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Dennis Miller, Bill O’Reilly Join BlogTalkRadio’s Fight for a Flag Honoring America’s Fallen Soldiers

Last we told you about the campaign to establish an official flag honoring the 1.6 million U.S. military troops who have died in action since America’s founding 232 years ago, the issue had been taken up on Capitol Hill.

With a little luck, the recently-introduced bill to designate the Honor and Remember Flag as the official flag of our fallen soldiers – as no such flag currently exists – will become a law in 2009.


“Dennis is campaigning for a unique flag to honor those killed fighting for America,” Bill said of the Honor and Remember flag.

Meanwhile, we’re happy to report that comedian Dennis Miller and Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly have joined the fight for this cause that BlogTalkRadio took national on July 4.

Last week, on The O’Reilly Factor, Bill called HonorAndRemember.org “a very worthy charity.” He also let viewers know that his pal Dennis is on board with the campaign.

“I cannot be humbled enough that these two honorable and influential men actually understood the importance of this historic vision,” HonorAndRemember.org founder George Lutz – whose son, Army Cpl. Tony Lutz, was killed by a sniper in Iraq in December 2005 – tells us.


“Since The O’Reilly Factor mention, more than 4,000 signatures were added to our petition,” he added. “Please continue to spread the word. Thank you, thank you, thank you!”

If enacted, the federal legislation would require that the flag be flown at the White House, Capitol, World War II Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, national cemeteries, and other federal grounds.

To see Bill’s Oct. 24 Honor and Remember segment on Fox News Channel, click here.

To hear BlogTalkRadio host Becky Davis’ special July 4 Honor and Remember edition of her show, Military Families Voice of Victory, click here.

To add your name to the Honor and Remember petition, click here.