Peter and Walt discussed last Wednesday’s events in the Capitol with each other and callers.
Peter and Walt discussed how the pandemic and isolation are affecting Alzhemers patients and folks in assisted living, with Treavas Younger (Owner/Administrator The Heritage Assisted Living & Adult Day Care, LLC ).
Peter Goodman and Walt Rubel updated listeners on the latest information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic as a part of Speak Up, Las Cruces.
Speak Up, Las Cruces co-hosts Peter Goodman and Walter Rubel moderated a lively discussion that included Doug Messier, industry expert and editor of Parabolic Arc, Spaceport Ambassador Joe Bullington, and knowledgeable local citizen Bob Hearn.
Trumpism was an ugly and violent political movement that was always destined to die an ugly and violent death. A mere election loss was never going to be enough to kill the movement, regardless of how decisive that loss may have been. Donald Trump told us before the vote in 2016 that he was bigger than our elections. Of course he wouldn’t agree to abide by the final decision. If he lost, it must be rigged.
Lisa Lucca talks with Don Gray and Jonathon Sepp of Film Las Cruces about the magic of the movie making business and the work they do to bring it to Southern New Mexico.
Stuart Kelter interviews Avraham (Alan) Rosen -- a Jerusalem-based scholar who studied at Boston University with Elie Wiesel -- about his recent book, The Holocaust's Jewish Calendars: Keeping Time Sacred, Making Time Holy. Through his research, Dr. Rosen found Jewish calendars from a variety of Holocaust contexts -- including prewar, slave labor camps, and places of hiding -- which helped both their makers and others around them maintain connection to a source of spiritual sustenance under unendurable circumstances.
Rev. Chuck Freeman, Executive Director of the Texas Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry (TXUUJM), is the guest on this episode. He joined guest host Rev. Carolyn Wilkins for an in-depth look at the ways that faith intersects with legislative and social justice concerns. They explored Rev. Freeman's work with TXUUJM and his efforts to combat racism and dismantle White supremacy in local governments throughout Texas. They also discussed current issues, such as the recent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol and the forces that enabled that event. Tune in for a lively and informative conversation.
NMSU Professor Dr. Nancy V. Baker talks with Peter and Walt about the latest efforts to overturn the recent presidential election.
Co-hosts Peter Goodman and Walter Rubel continued their discussions from the previous week about the alleged misconduct at the Convention and Visitors Bureau and the McHard Report regarding that situation. They again talked with Las Cruces City Councilor and Mayor Pro Tem Gill Sorg and local businesswoman Marci Dickerson.
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