Larry and his guests discuss immigration from the People’s Republic of China to Southern California. They explore who is coming and why, what the US procedures are for gaining legal entry to the country, smuggling and human trafficking, and what China’s policies are for allowing their citizens to emigrate, among other issues.
For information on immigration, contact Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) at:
Or call 866-DHS-2ICE
Major League Baseball players will face tougher penalties for steroid use next season under an agreement between owners and the union. The agreement was reached Tuesday after months of negotiations and pressure from Congress. Larry talks to Tom Verducci of Sports Illustrated.
A provision placed on a House budget bill by California Congressman Richard Pombo would force the sale of hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions of acres of federal land to mining companies at a low cost. Wilderness in the Sierra Nevadas and the Mojave desert would be affected. The house may vote on the bill this week.
Larry Mantle speaks with Tab Hunter who has written a candid and eye-opening autobiography revealing what its like to be a movie star at the end of the big studio era -- to be created, packaged and sold to the American public, shaped and controlled by the studio system that ran Hollywood until the 1970s. Hunter also talks about his post-Hollywood life and what it’s like to no longer be the boy-next-door heartthrob.