The Morning Show August 10 – 14

halI hope you’re enjoying the weekend.  It cooled off here yesterday in suburban Maryland but is still in the mid-80s.   My brand new piece Mind the Gap at is a follow-up to last week’s Wherefore the Gender Gap? in which I noted and questioned the disproportionate support women offer Hillary Clinton.  As always, I welcome your input.
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Barring unforeseen events, I should be live all this week but will be taking off the following week August 17 – 21.  After next week, I do not anticipate taking any replays for several months.

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Monday –

6:30 Pacific/9:30 east coast – Paul Kawika Martin from Peace Action returns to the Morning Show to discuss the 70th anniversary of the US atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.  Paul talks to us live from Japan.

Tuesday –

7:45/10:45 – Holistic health with Glenn Sadowsky and Optimal Health Acupuncture and Bodywork.

Wednesday –

Thursday –

7:30/10:30 – Zac Petkanas from Media Matters casts a jaundiced eye on the right-wing media machine.

8:30/11:30 – Eric Petersen from the Monterey County Green Party discusses all things Green.

Friday Free-for-all +

7/10 – University of San Francisco Professor Stephen Zunes discusses his recent article on the implications of Hillary Clinton’s vote in favor of the Iraq War.

8/11 – Arlen Grossman and the Quotation Quotient. Don’t miss Arlen’s column in the Lifestyle of every Sunday’s online Monterey Herald and every month in the Foolish Times.

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