The Rusty Humphries Show launches in new time slot


Rusty HumphriesTalk Radio Network Entertainment’s The Rusty Humphries Show launched this week in an earlier time slot of 12 noon-3 p.m. PT, (3 p.m.-6 p.m. ET) with a list of newsmakers and entertainers, as guests.

On Monday, Rusty spoke with former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld about the mishandling of Libyan crisis and if Hilary Clinton should step down.  Later that day Rusty spoke with rocker Ted Nugent discussing the power of the people and Rock and Roll. Also appearing on Monday was Senator Rand Paul expressing his frustration with the TSA assaulting U.S. citizens in domestic airports.

Tuesday brought Senator Marco Rubio, Ann Coulter, and Jon Sununu to the show to preview the presidential debate. These three experts offered insight and opinions from varied perspectives.

Wednesday Rusty spoke with “Hercules” Kevin Sorbo about his book, “True Strength: My Journey from Hercules to Mere Mortal.” He also talked to Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal for his post presidential debate remarks.

Scheduled guests Thursday and Friday include: Representative Allen West on contentious campaigns, Chuck Yeager on his current projects, David Spade on his latest movie, Dick Morris will weigh in with a political wrap up, Political Pollster Frank Luntz and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza will speak on the success of his documentary on President Obama.