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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Guest Host, Adam McManus is joined by Rick DeLano, writer/producer of an explosive new documentary called The Principle which explores the significance of the Earth’s place within the Cosmos. In the second hour, former mobster, Michael Franzese joins us to talk about the movie, God the Father which is due to hit theaters later this week.

Guests
Rick DeLano
Film Producer
Rick DeLano has worked as a producer, executive producer, and
financial consultant in the music and film industries for over
twenty years.

His fascination with the question of our place in the cosmos
began with a $1,000 internet challenge to provide direct scientific
proof of the universally assumed motion of the Earth around the
Sun. When he found he couldn't collect, he was astonished to realize
no one had ever made a documentary film examining the
Copernican Principle, the foundational idea of modernity itself,
and how it came to be perhaps the most widely believed
metaphysical assumption of the human race.
"The Principle" is the first documentary examination of the
Copernican/cosmological Principle, and has generated a bit of
controversy. The film opens in October 2014 in the United States.
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Michael Franzese
Michael Franzese grew up as the son of the notorious Underboss of New York’s violent and feared Colombo crime family. Franzese was "one of the biggest money earners the Mob had seen since Al Capone” and the youngest individuals on Fortune magazine's list of The Fifty Biggest Mafia Bosses, ranking #18, just five behind John Gotti. At his most affluent, he generated an estimated $5 to $8 million per week from legal and illegal businesses. It was a life filled with power, luxury…and deadly violence.

Michael’s story is a modern-day Damascus Road experience, from his early days in the Mob and rise to power to God’s leading him to do the unthinkable: quit the Mob and follow Jesus. In fact, Nobody of Franzese’s rank had ever just walked away – and lived. Until now.
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