Due to the Labor Day interlude, this will be a bit of a short week for Talk Back. Luckily, we have some really great guests lined up, and will do our best to squeeze every drop of goodness from the time we have.

On Tuesday, we will speak with constitutional scholar Rob Natelson from the Independence Institute about his recent appearance on the Mark Levin show. Natelson will also explain the constitution's prescriptions for military engagement in light of the proposed attack on Syria.

On Wednesday, we will have associate professor of political science at Montana State University David Parker on the program. Parker is writing a book about the recent Tester/Rehberg senate race, and has a lot of interesting insights on Montana politics. As always, we will be taking your calls as well.

On Thursday, we will speak with Jeff King, director/producer of the documentary Crying Wolf (see film trailer). King has been working on a new film project that he will explain on-air with us. (We still haven't received final confirmation, so if the scheduling doesn't work out we will likely have another day of open phones.)

On Friday, we will close out the week with a round of open phones. Tell us what you want to talk about, and we'll get your voice heard.