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Progressive Solutions playlist for 09/18/2018

OUR PROGRAM TODAY will continue our examination of the prison industrial complex. Guest co-host Steve Wiehe will add to the confusion with his observations and readings.

Joining us will be Dan Berger. Dan is Associate Professor of Comparative Ethnic Studies at the University of Washington Bothell, where he teaches classes on racism, prisons, and social movements. He is the author or editor of six books, including Captive Nation: Black Prison Organizing in the Civil Rights Era (UNC Press, 2014) and Rethinking the American Prison Movement (Routledge, 2018). His writings appear in publications such as Black Perspectives, Truthout, and the Washington Post. He is a longtime activist against prisons and a cofounder of Decarcerate PA.
https://www.routledge.com/Rethinking-the-American-Prison-Movement/Berger...

Progressive Solutions playlist for 09/04/2018

OUR PROGRAM TODAY will shine some light on US history of race relations – from slavery to Black Lives Matter to the National Prison Strike. We will also look at environmental activism. Steve Wiehe will co-host again this week.

Joining us will be activist Hanna Essenburg. Hanna has just returned from a workshop on the environment led by Al Gore.
https://www.climaterealityproject.org/

Progressive Solutions playlist for 08/28/2018

Joining us will be Robert Platshorn. Bob is the founder The Silver Tour, teaching seniors the benefits of medical marijuana. He was featured in the hit Showtime movie, Square Grouper, a documentary film that told Bob’s story from being a member of the Black Tuna Gang to his release from Federal prison. He was given the longest cannabis prison sentence ever at that time, 64 years; he served 29 years.
www.thesilvertour.org

Progressive Solutions playlist for 08/21/2018

Captain Phil is filling in at Progressive Solutions Tuesday from Noon to 2pm and then for one hour of smooth Jazz radio. His guests are C Alex Young Associate Director for Science in the Heliophysics Science Division at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. We'll be talking about last years Solar Eclipse and the Parker Solar Probe which launched on August 12, 2018.

Then welcome back Paul Levinson to talk about the politics of the day, Aretha Franklin and his novel Borrowed Tides

Dr. C. Alex Young is the Associate Director for Science in the Heliophysics Science Division at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. In this role he is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the Education and Public Outreach team for the division. He works with the EPO teams as a liason with the NASA offices of Education and Communication. In addition, he works with the division scientists to promote and support their research.

In graduate school at the University of New Hampshire, Dr. Young studied the high energy astrophysics of cosmic gamma-ray bursts and gamma-ray solar flares.

Progressive Solutions playlist for 07/24/2018

ON OUR PROGRAM TODAY we will discuss some #Trumpocalypse events that occurred during our 2-week hiatus. And we talk aim at fake news with a discussion of the Pro-Truth Pledge.

Joining us will be Gleb Tsipursky. Gleb is passionate about promoting truth, rational thinking, and wise decision-making. He serves as the volunteer President of the nonprofit Intentional Insights, is a co-founder of the Pro-Truth Pledge. Dr. Tsipursky is the author of “The Truth Seeker’s Handbook: A Science-Based Guide”. He is currently writing “Pro-Truth: Fighting Fake News and Post-Truth Politics with Behavioral Science”. Gleb is regularly featured in venues like CBS News, Time, Scientific American, Psychology Today, Newsweek, The Conversation, CNBC, and elsewhere.
GlebTsipursky.com.

Progressive Solutions playlist for 07/17/2018

Captain Phil is filling in for Jim Lynch on progressive solutions this week with guest Paul Levinson who will be discussing the Trump/Putin Press Conference that rocked the world!
Paul will be calling in around 12:30pm and while we will be discussing politics Paul is also a prolific songwriter and we will be playing his music before and after the interview. Tune in to
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Progressive Solutions playlist for 07/10/2018

Captain Phil phillin' in again this time for Jim Lynch who will return on July 24th. I'll be playing some music and maybe reading some politics, hopefully progressive and offer some solutions!

Progressive Solutions playlist for 07/03/2018

ON OUR PROGRAM TODAY we will discuss minority entrepreneurs and medical cannabis. We will also chronicle the carnage of last week’s installment of the #trumpocalypse.

Joining us will be Priscilla Vilchis. A Calif. entrepreneur, Priscilla, the CEO of Premium Produce, is the first-ever minority female CEO to be awarded two of Nevada’s licenses to cultivate and produce in the Nevada desert. Now launching her own “Queen of the Desert” cannabis brand, she will be bringing her Nevada-grown cannabis back home to CA. Vilchis has a joint venture deal with San Diego’s General Hemp.
www.premiumproducenv.com; Instagram: @hollyweedqueen; www.facebook.com/hollyweedqueen/

ALSO … Hanna Essenberg will join us for some environmental discussion.

Progressive Solutions playlist for 05/29/2018

OUR PROGRAM TODAY will examine the intersection of politics and the arts, specifically environmental sustainability. We are pleased to have two interviews that will feature this year’s “Wilsonart Challenge” – a student design scholarship program to foster the careers of emerging furniture designers in North America.
Joining us will be Grace Jeffers and Joe Goodwin. Grace, a design historian and materials specialist, can teach how to think about materials differently. Her twenty years of research into the design and social histories, as well as the material science of matter, can revamp our decision making process. Grace is the Wilsonart Challenges Director.
www.gracejeffers.com. And ...
Joe Goodwin is this year’s winner of the Wilsonart Challenge. He is a Montana native and student at Maine College of Art. His winning entry is titled “Tool For Translation.”

Progressive Solutions playlist for 05/22/2018

OUR PROGRAM TODAY will discuss the upcoming Cannabis World Congress and Business Exhibition next week (May 30-June 2) at the Javits Center in NYC. We will discuss important issues for both medical and recreational cannabis, including an update on how various states are dealing with the prohibition of cannabis as they gradually liberalize their legal stance.

Joining us will be Christine Ianuzzi & Greg Marco. Both are with Leading Edge Expositions in Paramus, NJ. Christine is Partner and Show Director with a strong media engineering background. In 2018 Christine was named one of the “10 Most Interesting Females In Cannabis”.

Greg is the Executive VP, Sales and Marketing with a strong background in market research and client relations.
http://www.cwcbexpo.com

AND … Steve Wiehe will join us as co-host and lead a discussion of his most recent research on the events of 9/11.

Progressive Solutions playlist for 05/15/2018

OUR PROGRAM TODAY will focus on the ongoing tragedy of the Gaza occupation, the US Embassy move to Jerusalem and related Palestine and Israel issues.

Joining us will be Maya Ward-Fineman from If Not Now.
https://ifnotnowmovement.org/

Also joining us will be our resident spook, Francis Hamit for some insight into the Trump nominee Gina Haspel.

Progressive Solutions playlist for 05/01/2018

OUR PROGRAM TODAY will examine the role of Congress in war making authorization. We will also cover multiple environmental topics with emphasis on climate change.

Joining us will be Liza Goitein. Liza Co-Director of the Liberty & National Security Program at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law. Ms. Goitein is the author of the Brennan Center’s report The New Era of Secret Law and co-author of the reports Overseas Surveillance in an Interconnected World, What Went Wrong with the FISA Court, and Reducing Overclassification Through Accountability. Her writing has been featured in major newspapers including The New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and LA Times, and she has appeared on national television and radio shows including the The Rachel Maddow Show, All In with Chris Hayes, the PBS NewsHour, and National Public Radio’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered. She has testified before the Senate and House Judiciary Committees.
http://www.brennancenter.org/expert/elizabeth-liza-goitein

Also joining us will be our environmental reporter Hanna Essenburg.

Progressive Solutions playlist for 04/17/2018

OUR PROGRAM TODAY will drill down on youth activism as a result of the Parkland shooting. We will also examine the international law implications of our bombing of Syria and perhaps a word on Comey book and interview.

Joining us will be David Swanson. David is an author, activist, journalist, and radio host. He is director of WorldBeyondWar.org and campaign coordinator for RootsAction.org. Swanson’s books include War Is A Lie and When the World Outlawed War. He blogs at DavidSwanson.org and WarIsACrime.org. He hosts Talk Nation Radio. He is a 2015, 2016, 2017 Nobel Peace Prize Nominee.
David’s most current book is “Curing Exceptionalism: What’s wrong with how we think about the United States? What can we do about it?”
http://davidswanson.org/about/

Progressive Solutions playlist for 04/10/2018

OUR PROGRAM TODAY will examine the danger of the Trump/Bolton White House.

Joining us will be Marjorie Cohn. Marjorie is professor emerita at Thomas Jefferson School of Law where she taught from 1991-2016, and a former president of the National Lawyers Guild. She lectures, writes, and provides commentary for local, regional, national and international media outlets. She has served as a news consultant for CBS News and a legal analyst for Court TV, as well as a legal and political commentator on BBC, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, NPR, and Pacifica Radio. Her most recent book is “Drones and Targeting Killing, Legal, Moral and Geopolitical Issues.”
http://www.marjoriecohn.com

Progressive Solutions playlist for 03/27/2018

OUR PROGRAM TOMORROW, TUESDAY Noon-2PM EDT will wrap up women’s history month (herstory) and look at the powerful young people fighting for their lives against weapons of war – the "March For Our Lives" actions nationwide. We will also explore progressive education on Long Island.
Joining us will be Liz Searl. Liz is Co-Executive Director of the Peconic Community Schoool in Aquebogue, NY. Working in the field of education and drama for over fifteen years, Liz creates programs that use theater games, movement, storytelling and drama strategies as vehicles for learning and discovery. http://www.peconiccommunityschool.org

Progressive Solutions playlist for 03/20/2018

OUR PROGRAM TODAY will examine many forms of discrimination, from racism to ageism.

Joining us will be Mitch Margo. Mitch is a journalist, author and trial lawyer. His new book, Black Hearts White Minds is a story about the civil rights era in the deep south.
www.mitchmargo.com

Also joining us will be our esteemed sidekick Steve Wiehe.

Progressive Solutions playlist for 03/06/2018

George Rudolph filling for Jim Lynch with the latest releases in smooth jazz and an interview with Chris Guthrie about his new CD The Chris Guthrie Project.

Progressive Solutions playlist for 01/09/2018

OUR SHOW TODAY will continue our look at the #MeToo movement.

Joining us will be Victoria Hesford. Victoria is Associate Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Stony Brook University. Her research areas include U.S. feminist and queer history and culture, particularly the feminisms of the 1970s, feminist theory, queer theory, film and media studies. She is the author of Feeling Women’s Liberation (Duke University Press 2013), the co-editor of Feminist Time Against Nation Time (Lexington Books, 2008), and has published numerous essays in journals such as Women’s Studies Quarterly, Feminist Theory, and South Atlantic Quarterly.
victoria.hesford@stonybrook.edu

National Organization for Women (NOW) has some easy access historical info on sexual harassment in the US:
https://now.org/blog/a-brief-history-of-sexual-harassment-in-the-united-... And this article from The Nation has some historical info too:
https://www.thenation.com/article/sexual-harassment-has-not-changed-so-m...

Our very own Sr. Florida Correspondent, Steve Wiehe will join us from West Palm Beach.

Progressive Solutions playlist for 01/09/2018

George Rudolph filling in for Jim Lynch

Progressive Solutions playlist for 12/19/2017

OUR SHOW TODAY will look at many issues, with emphasis on deficit politics and the Republican’s Tax Plan.

Joining us will be Stephanie Kelton. Stephanie is Professor, Public Policy and Economics here at Stony Brook University. She is a well-known policy expert and has served as Chief Economist of the US Senate Budget Committee and as Senior Economic Advisor to the presidential campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders. She’s a Founding Fellow at the Sanders Institute, and she serves as chair of the Board at Economists for Peace and Security. In 2016, POLITICO recognized her as one of the 50 people across the country who is most influencing the political debate.
www.stephaniekelton.com
https://twitter.com/StephanieKelton