Peter and Walt talk with Michael Hays and Bob Hearn about a Las Cruces Police Department encounter with Mr. Hays that seems to have been badly mishandled (and which we are hoping city authorities will discuss with us and explain).
Peter and Walt talked about J. Paul Taylor, the state museum that is his home, and his 100th birthday this week. Cynthia Garrett and Dr. Patrick Moore will tell us about how they've worked out to celebrate his birthday under our current circumstances, about J Paul, and about the other state museums and cultural events Patrick oversees as a state official. Also, listeners called in with their memories.
Peter and Walt talk politics and Donald Trump with Bev Courtney, a conservative friend.
Peter Goodman and Walt Rubel update listeners on the latest information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic as a part of Speak Up, Las Cruces.
At the Republican National Convention of 1952, supporters of Dwight D. Eisenhower worked to have 42 delegates stripped from states that were supportive of his main opponent, Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio. Still, Eisenhower didn’t win the nomination until Harold Stassen offered his votes.
At the Democratic Convention that year, ballots were cast for 16 different candidates on the first vote. Estes Kefauver led after the first round before Harry Truman tilted the scales for Adlai Stevenson.
After giving the latest updates from around the region, MaryAnn Digman gives tips on how to travel safely in the time of COVID-19.
This is the debut episode. The hosts Rev. Dr. Harvey Daiho Hilbert-roshi and Rev. Dr. Xolani Kacela introduced guest Mr. Bob Grier, a licensed “practitioner” with the “Center for Spiritual Living” here in Las Cruces, NM. The Center is part of the “New Thought” movement and guest Bob Grier discussed its principles, as well as how he came to that particular tradition. Finally, a very inspirational and heartfelt discussion on race relations, “Black Lives Matter,” and related issues capped the program.
Lisa Lucca talks with authors Amy Ferris and Alexia LaFortune about Crazy, Messy Life in the Time of COVID 19.
Peter and Walt talked with Elisa Sanchez, a member of the state’s new commission on racism, about racism, manifest destiny, Onate or Organ Mountain High School, and what she hopes the new commission might accomplish.
Peter and Walt discussed the TiDD proposal withdrawn just before this week's special City Council hearing. Steve Fischmann, who had questions about the proposal, and developers Randy McMillan and Jake Redfearn, who were involved in advocating the idea, were be on hand
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