Special Guests

  • John Schneider — "Mr. Kent" from Smallville & "Bo Duke" from The Dukes of Hazzard
    Well our good friend John is coming up this way! John Schneider & Tom Wopat are together again and performing hits from their solo recording artist careers - live at Fallsview Casino Resort! You know them best as Bo & Luke Duke from the legendary television series, The Dukes of Hazzard but on January 21 & 22 they’ll show us their singer-songwriter sides!

  • Cactus Moser — Drummer for Highway 101
    Chart-topping country band Highway 101 emerged back on the scene with their new DVD "Christmas on Highway 101" in November and embarked on a promotional tour that included stops at the Grand Ole Opry and major television appearances nationwide. The band will also be featured on the debut season of THE JUDD's new reality series, airing on the new Oprah Network (OWN) in early 2011. Cactus is in a relationship with Wynonna, and their relationship is a big part of the show.

  • Joel Rosenberg — Award Winning & Bestselling Author
    Joel C. Rosenberg is the New York Times best-selling author of six novels:The Last Jihad, The Last Days, The Ezekiel Option, The Copper Scroll, Dead Heat and his latest, The Twelfth Imam, and two non-fiction books, Epicenter and Inside the Revolution, with some two million total copies in print. As a communications advisor, Joel has worked with a number of U.S. and Israeli leaders, including Steve Forbes, Rush Limbaugh, Natan Sharansky, and Benjamin Netanyahu. As an author, he has been interviewed on hundreds of radio and TV programs, including Nightline, CNN Headline News, FOX News Channel, The History Channel, MSNBC, The Rush Limbaugh Show, The Sean Hannity Show, and The Glenn Beck Show. He has been profiled by the New York Times, the Washington Times, the Jerusalem Post, and World magazine. He has also spoken at the White House, Pentagon and to Members of Congress. Joel is someone Drew has very much wanted to chat with about his month in Israel.

  • Betsy Hall — Deputy Country Director, Samaritan’s Purse, Haiti
    Kent Annan — Co-Director, Haiti Partners
    Haiti – Where did all our money go and one year later, why should we still care? On January 12th 2010 a catastrophic earthquake virtually decimated the area around Port au Prince Haiti. The Haitian government reported that an estimated 316,000 people had died, 300,000 had been injured and 1,000,000 made homeless. Today we’ll speak with two people who have invested their lives into the lives of the Haitian people.


  • Penny Whipps
    Penny Whipps has been a publicist in the book publishing industry for more than twenty years. On September 7, 2008, Penny took a call that her youngest son had died from an accidental drug overdose. As her daughter spoke the words a parent never wants to hear, her heart stopped and shock and disbelief took over.

    “Kyle’s dead and mom I’m sorry, but he died of a heroin overdose.”
    “What did you say… what happened?”
    “I’m sorry mom, but he died of a heroin overdose.”
    “There is no way he died of an overdose. He was scared of that stuff.”
    “Mom, I’m so sorry but it’s true. Kyle was with his friends and about 1:30 p.m. yesterday afternoon they found him dead! The police and coroner have been trying to find your contact information and when they couldn’t they came here.”

    One friend told Penny he knew Kyle was acting a little differently and had possibly taken something that was dangerous, because he hadn’t seen Kyle acting that way in a long time. This friend wanted to say something but he didn’t want Kyle to get mad at him and decided to give him some time and then talk to him in the morning. When they went to wake him, Kyle was dead. Later, that boy told Penny he would regret that decision for the rest of his life. That’s how Just1x began - challenging students who know their friends are potentially placing their lives at risk to seek help and possibly save lives.

Talkback, etc.

  • The Counsel Of Many!
    Brought to you by family lawyer Dawn Bennett. With a reputation built on Trust, Respect and Integrity, protecting your family's interests is Dawn's primary concern. Visit bennettlaw.ca today.

    Need Help or Advice On An Issue In Your Life?
    Tell us your situation and Drew will ask the listeners of TDMS!

    This week on The Counsel of Many: a wife wants to know if her husband's addiction to porn & dating site memberships are grounds for divorce or does it need to be the physical act of sex.

    "I am a born again Christian and my husband says he is born again as well. He talks the talk when needed but doesn't walk the walk. Our marriage has failed and we are recently separated. He became very bitter towards me and can’t even make eye contact with me. I found evidence of adultery even though he says he’s never cheated on me. I also found out that he was on dating sites and seeking local women. I don't know if he actually met any of them, the evidence says yes, but there’s no actual proof. Then later on I found out that he was on free porn sites and talking dirty with them. I couldn't believe what I learned! He doesn't know that I’ve seen what he has been doing. He says he doesn't look at porn or lust after young girls. So here’s the question: is what he's doing grounds for divorce, even if there is no actual physical contact, or is it just adultery in his heart? How he can lie to me and look me in the eyes and say honestly before God, “I haven't cheated on you or lusted after young girls”? How do I stay in a marriage with someone I can't trust or believe? Our marriage bed has always been a problem too. He was always trying to blame me but I have learned how porn can destroy the Christian marriage bed and I don't believe it to be my fault anymore. It really makes me sick inside to know his secret lifestyle. Even though we’re just separated, I’d like to know if any of this is grounds for divorce."

  • TDMS Banter
    The beginning and the end of the show is like any good sandwich. The stuff in the middle is what it's all about - The rest is just crust! Sometimes it's worth listening to. Sometimes - not so much.