Guests: Author, educator and activist Jaclyn Friedman discusses her new book, UNSCREWED, which documents groundbreaking work being done to change the sexual culture. Juana Alicia, one of the visionary artists who created the Maestrapeace mural that wraps the San Francisco Women’s Building, and Women’s Building Executive Director Teresa Mejia. Gene Nora Stumbough Jessen, one of the Mercury 13, women who … Continued
With millions of Americans newly accessing health insurance, Republicans are having a tough time facing their constituents in town hall meetings and offering a good enough replacement for the Affordable Care Act. On our show today we’ll turn to Dr. Carol Paris, President of Physicians for a National Health Program, for why the only alternative … Continued
Fast food CEO Andy Puzder is just as unqualified for the position of Labor Secretary as Donald Trump’s other cabinet picks have been. We’ll speak with Rontel Batie of the National Employment Law Project about Puzder’s unsuitability. And, in combating truth and facts, Trump has earned the ire of scientists nationwide, from the National Parks … Continued
Science news: a) Nuclear terrorism a new threat to nuclear power plants b) New NASA study on global warming Guest: David Archer, author of the Long Thaw. Hosted by Dr. Michio Kaku.
NASA new press release about manned missions to Mars. Guest; Dr. Seth Shostak talks about intelligent life in the universe. Hosted by Dr. Michio Kaku.
Life on Mars – NASA announces that liquid water, for the first time, has been discovered on Mars. What does this mean? Guest:: Dr. Tom Jones, astronaut, talks about going into space. Hosted by Dr. Michio Kaku.