Lisa Lucca talks with author, director, and teacher Heather Christie returns to talk about producing Listen to Your Mother NYC on April 1st while teaching, writing, and planning her next endeavor. This show is a national phenomenon that Lucca, a cast member of this show, seeks to launch in Las Cruces.
I’m not at all comfortable with my new position to the right of Republican leaders on foreign policy.
As a child who grew up watching the Vietnam War on the nightly news and fearing it would still be raging when I turned 18, I have always opposed the military adventurism of Republican leaders, whether it was Richard Nixon in Vietnam and Cambodia; Ronald Reagan in Central America or George W. Bush in Iraq.
Peter and Walt talk with Dave DuBois, the state climatologist.
Dylan McDonald will discuss the Sunshine Week presentation planned for Thursday, March 23rd at NMSU, which will focus on government transparency in regard to crime reporting.
Co-hosts, Walt Rubel and Peter Goodman, discuss items in the news, both regional and national.
Think Again: Dr. James C. Rice, NMSU
Dr. James C. Rice has just published a book entitled:
Downwind of the Atomic State - Atmospheric Testing and the Rise of the Risk Society
Today we explore how the scientific community and U.S. government agencies overlooked, ignored, and denied the catastrophic fallout of decades of nuclear testing in the American West. In this peer-reviewed book Dr. Rice reveals his broad and in-depth findings on the history of these programs and their adverse impacts on life for those "downwind". The book and the conversation touch on thought-provoking evaluations of both the science and the sociological processes in play for the agencies, the people, and the communities affected, past and present.
Lisa Lucca has an enlightening conversation with actress, activist, healer, and teacher Jane Sibbett. They discuss Jane's work, the power of delivering our gifts, and her new Source Course Health & Peace Circles.
DELVING IN: Barry Krakow on Common Misconceptions About the Relationship Between Sleep and Mental Health
Stuart Kelter interviews Barry Krakow, MD, a board certified internist, sleep medicine specialist, and professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health at Mercer University School of Medicine in Savannah, Georgia, having earlier established a sleep clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In his 30+ years in the field, he has pioneered innovative techniques for the treatment of chronic nightmares, chronic and complex insomnia, upper airway resistance syndrome, obstructive and central sleep apnea and restless legs syndrome and periodic limb movement disorder. He is the author four books on sleep disorders, including the just published Life-Saving Sleep: New Horizons in Mental Health Treatment.
New Mexico’s unpaid, part-time Legislature has 15 members who are attorneys, including both the speaker of the House and the majority leader of the Senate. There are only two medical doctors, and one of them is retired.
Perhaps that’s why our medical malpractice laws are so skewed in favor of the lawyers.
Peter and Walt speak with Melanie Majors, executive director for the New Mexicxo Foundation for Open Government, about bills that would require more transparency from elected officials and lobbyists.
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