A career like damn near no other, period. Lisa Guerrero

Lisa Guerrero has done damn near everything in her 30-plus years in front of a camera. Model. Actress. NFL cheerleader. Sports journalist. Playboy cover girl. Investigative journalist. The former ABC Monday Night Football sideline reporter has lived a life. Many of them. She was way ahead of her time. The current reporter for Inside Edition […]

Fast N’ Loud’s Richard Rawlings

He grew up in east Fort Worth, Texas and he went on to become a successful “serial entrepreneur” in cars, reality TV, restaurants and motor sports. Richard Rawlings is the man behind the Discovery Channel’s hit show, “Fast N’ Loud.” He is the man behind the successful Gas Monkey Garage, which has branched into bars […]

Are we actually alone in the galaxy, and are we going to Mars?

Documentary filmmaker Terri Randall began her career as a painter. She is now an award-winning and Academy Award nominated documentary filmmaker. Randall was nominated for an Academy Award for her short documentary, “Daughter of the Bride.” She has directed, produced and written several documentaries for the PBS program, NOVA, specifically about outer space. She has […]

Thom Brennaman, “You can ask me anything.”

He is the son of sports casting royalty, Baseball Hall of Famer Marty Brennaman. Thom Brennaman created his own way in broadcasting and was a top voice calling NFL, MLB and major college football games as well as serving as the voice for the Chicago Cubs, Arizona Diamondbacks and Cincinnati Reds. Brennaman worked with Jerry […]

He changed an entire sport, and why that sport doesn’t want to discuss it

Marty Turco played 11 seasons in the National Hockey League, and in 2002-’03 he set the NHL single season record for lowest goals against average by a goalie, 1.73. He was one of the best players to ever play at the University of Michigan and its power hockey program. Turco joined the Dallas Stars in […]

America’s most courageous insider, Dr. Jeffrey Wigand

In the mid 1990s, Dr. Jeffrey Wigand was a bio chemist working for a large tobacco firm in Kentucky. He went on to become one the world’s most well known whistleblowers after he revealed “inside” information that America’s tobacco industry deliberately manipulated cigarettes to be more addictive. His story, and specifically the struggle to air […]

Sebastian Junger talks Afghanistan, war, PTSD, and life after death

Sebastian Junger is one of America’s top journalists, and foremost war correspondents. He is known for his best-selling book, “The Perfect Storm.” He has written other best-selling books, such as “War,” and produced the Academy Award nominated documentary, “Restrepo.” He talks with Mac about America’s pullout from Afghanistan, his new book, “Freedom,” and a near-death […]

America’s First Ambassador to Ukraine talks Putin’s War

Roman Popadiuk was born in Austria to Ukranian parents who emigrated to the United States in the 1950s. He went on to build a successful career, with a speciality in foreign service relations for the U.S. government. After the fall of the USSR, he was appointed America’s first ambassador to the Ukraine. In his conversation […]

The real-life Jerry Maguire

Mac’s guest is one of the most influential people in the history of modern America sports. Agent Leigh Steinberg began his career in the mid 1970s, and went on to set the standard for an entire industry. He also is famously the inspiration for the movie, Jerry Maguire.

Hollywood stuntman (& Sly Stallone double), Freddie Poole

He’s a college dropout whose career started in mixed martial arts when there was no money, and today Freddie Poole is a working Hollywood stuntman and stunt director. Mac also explains why the latest Taylor Swift album let him down.