Women’s Show discusses birth, death and taxes… 1/28

Roe vs Wade was a hot topic on From a Woman’s POV    this week. The war on a woman’s right to choose continues. The Florida House Criminal Justice Subcommittee voted 8-3 on the “Florida for Life Act” or HB865. If made law, it will ban all abortions with the exception of the health and… Read more »

Veteran journalist Molly McCartney on the growth of the defense industry

By Rob Lorei Today we are have an interview with Molly McCartney, a veteran journalist and author of  America’s War Machine: Vested Interests, Endless Conflicts, a book she co-wrote with her late husband, journalist James McCartney, about the growth and power of the military industrial complex since the Cold War. Today she talks us through the mechanisms… Read more »

Salon.com Founder David Talbot talks about his newest book on former CIA director Allen Dulles

By Rob Lorei Today we talk with the author of a new book that makes some explosive allegations about Allen Dulles, the Director of the CIA throughout the 1950’s. The Devil’s Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA and the Rise of America’s Secret Government links Dulles to Nazi officials, the overthrow of governments in Iran and Guatemala, and the Kennedy… Read more »

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Wesley Chapel man accuses Florida Senate of Stalinist tactics for removing seal with Confederate symbol

This week the Florida Senate approved a rule change that would remove the confederate battle flag from the chamber’s seal; but that effort to get rid of the controversial symbol embraced by racists like the suspect who killed several people in a Charleston Church is itself getting push-back from a Wesley Chapel man. During public… Read more »

USA Today journalist pulls back veil on Nixon in newest book

Today on Radioactivity, we are joined by Ray Locker, USA Today Enterprise editor and former reporter for the Tampa Tribune, about his newest book  Nixon’s Gamble. In the book, Locker looks at how the Nixon administration created a secret new national security power structure that undermined U.S. policy and values and still affects Washington today.

The lasting impact of the Moynihan Report on race and poverty politics

50 years ago, sociologist and Assistant Secretary of Labor Daniel Patrick Moynihan released a report that attempted to explain the roots of black poverty. the Moynihan report, as it came to be known, pointed at female-led single parent family structures, weak male leadership, and pathological criminality caused by the psycho-social impacts of slavery as factors… Read more »

A Conversation with civil rights photographer Bob Fletcher

Today on Radioactivity, Host Rob Lorei speaks with photojournalist Bob Fletcher, who photographed the struggles of the civil rights movement in Mississippi during the 1960s. Fletcher, a native of Detroit, moved to Mississippi to after facing arrest for photographing a protest in New York City. While in Mississippi, He became affiliated with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC),… Read more »