green hawks

Mr. Andrew DiDonato is the author of the book, Surviving the Mob. It is the amazing story of one man's journey from being a part of organized crime to becoming a respectable citizen.

Barbara BeAngelis is interviewed by Speaking Freely host Dennis Raimondi about her career as a self-help teacher, radio and television personality and best-selling author.

Richard Lazarus Richard Lazarus is a professor of law at Georgetown University. He also serves as the Faculty Director of the Supreme Court Institute. Professor Lazarus has worked for the U.S. Department of Justice in both the Environment and Natural Resources Division and the Solicitor General's Office. He is one of America's leading attorneys in the area of environmental law and is the author of the book, The Making of Environmental Law.

U.S. Army Colonel (ret) Dan Nolan was one of the first a growing group of army officiers who have beeen pushing the military to go green as part of national security. They are known as "the green hawks". While in the military, Dan was a principal advisor to General Tommy Franks. He also commanded the 1st Armored Division Artillery. Dan is a graduate of the United States Military Academy West Point.

Lisa NicholsLisa Nichols is a contributor to two of the largest self-development phenomena in history: She was a featured teacher in the hit DVD The Secret, and she wrote two books in the bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul series. Lisa Nichols has appeared on Oprah, Larry King Live, and Extra. Ms. Nichols has been featured in O, South Africa, The Oprah Magazine, and was a guest life coach on NBC's Starting Over.Colonel Dan Nolan

U.S. Army Colonel (ret) Dan Nolan was one of the first a growing group of army officiers who have beeen pushing the military to go green as part of national security. They are known as "the green hawks". While in the military, Dan was a principal advisor to General Tommy Franks. He also commanded the 1st Armored Division Artillery. Dan is a graduate of the United States Military Academy West Point. [Click on Colonel Nolan's pic for a recent New York Times piece on Army Green.]