Originally aired: Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Seattle Morning News producer and erstwhile Civil War reenactor Dan Restione talked to an author this morning who spent a year reenacting all sorts of American History. Dan joins us to tell us what he found out from Charlie Schroeder, author of "Man of War: My Adventures in the World of Historical Reenactment." // A double-amputee will be running in this year's Olympic Games. 710 ESPN's Bill Swartz has been following the story. He stops by with some details. // The U.S. Navy is going to start sinking it's old ships to the bottom of the ocean again, even though environmentalists want them to stop polluting. Isn't this mostly because guys love blowing stuff up? // Rachel Belle of the Ron & Don Show recently teamed-up with a real-life pet detective to solve the mystery of a missing cat. We'll find out if they got their feline. // ROSS-COLORED GLASSES: Tea party candidate Joe Walsh in Illinois is complaining that his Democratic opponent keeps bragging about her war injuries. Dave says, "talk about going for the cocktail onions."