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The connection between U.S. and Saudi relations during 9/11 listen

09/11/14 Robert Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Thursday)
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Tags: Paul Jay, U.S. Senator Paul Graham, The Real News Network

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Today on the anniversary of 9/11, Radioactivity airs an old interview from The Real News Network where senior editor Paul Jay speaks with former U.S. Senator Paul Graham about U.S. / Saudi relations during 9/11.

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NFL domestic violence controversy and Author Antonia Juhasz talks about the devastating impact of the Gulf Oil Spill listen

09/11/14 Mary Glenney
From A Woman's Point of View
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Tags: ANTONIA JUHASZ, Dave Zirin

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“The NFL Cares About Domestic Violence as Much as BP Cares About the Environment”

This week’s show could be summarized by guest, DAVE ZIRIN, an American political sportswriter extraordinaire, sports editor for The Nation, and writes a blog named “Edge of Sports.” He is the author of Game Over: How Politics Has Turned the Sports World Upside Down and many other books. He also hosts his own weekly Sirius XM sh...

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Warm waters causing widespread bleaching in Florida corals listen

09/10/14 Seán Kinane
WMNF Drive-Time News Wednesday
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Tags: coral, corals, bleaching, coral bleaching, Florida Keys, Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, climate change, global warming, hurricanes

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This summer could end up being one of the worst on record for Florida’s corals; a scientist at Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota says water temperature in the Florida Keys has been so high that conditions over the next month could tip the balance of whether corals experience just a bad bleaching season or a devastating one.

WMNF interviewed Mote’s Erinn Muller this morning.

"Normally when you’re diving in a coral reef like in the Florida K...

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Iraqi-born Arab-American Middle East analyst addresses US military involvement in fighting ISIS listen

09/10/14 Robert Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Wednesday)
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Tags: ISIS, Raed Jarrar

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Tonight the President is expected to announce greater US military involvement in fighting ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Today on Radioactivity, Rob Lorei gets the perspective of a Middle East analyst, Raed Jarrar. Jarrar is an Iraqi-born Arab-American architect, blogger and political advocate. He is also the Policy Impact Coordinator for the American Friends Service Committee.

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Jane Goodall surprises elementary students with a talk at USF’s Botanical Gardens listen

09/09/14 Samuel Johnson
WMNF Drive-Time News Tuesday
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Tags: Jane Goodall, chimpanzee, apes, USF, University of South Florida, Africa, The Everglades, Roots and Shoots, environment

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A scientist famous for studying primates is speaking Tuesday night at the University of South Florida in Tampa. But Tuesday morning elementary students were treated to a surprise talk from Jane Goodall at USF’s Botanical Gardens. Goodall emphasized the importance of naturalists and scientists and protecting the Everglades, but first she started off with an ape greeting.

More than 100 children and USF students gathered under the shade of a sprawling oak tree to hear [Jane Goodall](http://w...

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Does expanded mass transit including light rail make sense in Pinellas County? listen

09/09/14 Robert Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Tuesday)
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Tags: Greenlight Pinellas, Pinellas County, Randal O’Toole, Kyle Parks

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Does expanded mass transit- including light rail make sense in Pinellas County?

Today on Radioactivity Rob Lorei speaks with Randal O’Toole, Senior Fellow National Public Policy Analyst from Cato Institute, a libertarian public policy research organization based in Washington DC and Kyle Parks who is the Communications Director for the Yes on Greenlight campaign, the campaign supporting the Greenlight Pinellas transit ref...

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Pulitzer prize winning reporter discusses the controversy over immigration from Latin America listen

09/08/14 Robert Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Monday)
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Tags: ENRIQUE’S JOURNEY, Sonia Nazario, immigration

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Today on Radioactivity, Rob Lorei speaks with Sonia Nazario author of ENRIQUE’S JOURNEY and Pulitzer Prize winning reporter about the controversy over immigration from Latin America. Who are the immigrants? What are their stories? Should Americans be afraid of these newcomers?

In Pasco County a debate is raging over 16 children- undocumented minors- immigrants from Central America. They are being provided food and shelter by the Gulf Coast Jewish and Fa...

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Dr Michael Schachter on Alternative Health

09/08/14 Robert Lorei
Sustainable Living and Alternative Health
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Tags: alternative health, Dr Michael Schachter

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Today on the Alternative Health Show, Dr. Michael Shachter fills in for Eve Prang Plews. Dr. Shachter runs a complimentary medicine clinic in Sufern, New York.

Dr Michael Schachter also serves with Eve and Dr. David Perlmutter on the Science Medical Board of Advisors.

Dr. Schachter is a 1965 graduate of Columbia College of Physicians & Surgeons. He is board certified in Psychiatry, a Certified Nutrition Specialist, and has obtained proficiency in Chelation Therapy from the Americ...

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Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) introduces resolution to permit U.S. strikes inside Syria listen

09/08/14 Seán Kinane
WMNF Drive-Time News Monday
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Tags: Syria, Iraq, War, Bill Nelson, ISIS, ISIL, IS, Islamic State

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Late Monday afternoon, Florida Democratic U.S. Senator Bill Nelson filed a joint resolution with the Senate to allow the president to make airstrikes on Islamic State militants inside Syria.

“I describe ISIS as a snake. If the head of the snake is in Syria -- which it is -- a lot of their organization, a lot of their leadership is there, then we ought to go after the snake where the head is and decapitate the snake. In doing that we’re going to have to go into Syria. Now, I believe that t...

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Performance at USF reflects on Arab-American experience after 9/11 listen

09/08/14 Seán Kinane
WMNF Drive-Time News Monday
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Tags: war on terror, September 11th, Middle East, poetry, Art, music, USF

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"Spoken word meets Middle Eastern music" is how a performance scheduled for Monday night at USF, Tampa is billed.

But there’s also a heavy dose of political commentary based on the Arab American experience during the post-9/11 so-called “War on Terror.”

Last week WMNF interviewed Andrea Assaf, the artistic director of Art2Action, about her performance Monday night called Eleven Reflections on September.

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