News & Public Affairs05/07/09 Robert Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Thursday) Listen to this entire show:
Good afternoon, welcome to Radioactivity. Iâm Rob Lorei. Coming up, the argument for legalizing drugs. But first, some listener comments about yesterdayâs discussion of the health care reform debate in Washington and and the fact that single payer advocates- or Medicare for All supporters - are being left out of the debate.
In the early 1980s, Brian OâDea was operating a $100 million a year, 120-man drug smuggling business, and had developed a cocaine addiction. Under increasing thre...Be the first to comment
02/03/09 Mitch E. Perry
WMNF Drive-Time News Tuesday Listen to this entire show:
Just days after a photo of him indulging in marijuana hit the internet, several of Michael Phelps sponsors say they are standing by him.
Apparel company Speedo and luxury watchmaker Omega have announced their support for the Olympic star, who electrified the world last summer by taking home a record eight Gold Medals.
On Sunday, Phelps acknowledged "regrettable" behavior and "bad judgment" after the photo appeared in the British tabloid News of the World. The paper said the picture wa...Be the first to comment
08/19/08 Robert Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Tuesday) Listen to this entire show:
Good Afternoon, welcome to WMNF's Radioactivity. Iâm Rob Lorei. Coming up today, some straight talk about legal and illegal drugs. Weâll hear from a professor of pharmacology at Duke University who says people need access to un-biased information about drugs.
But first, two listener comments: one about Amy Goodmanâs Democracy Now program and the other about the interview last week with Jack Cole, a retired law enforcement officer who thinks drugs should be legalized.
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08/13/08 Robert Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Wednesday) Listen to this entire show:
Should drugs such as marijuana be legalized?
Our guest is Jack Cole, executive director of the group Law Enforcement Against Prohibition or LEAP. He spent 26 years with the New Jersey State Police. Heâll be in the Tampa Bay area this weekend.
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