By Rob Lorei Today we listen back on the latest Florida this week from local PBS station WEDU, a political discussion show moderated by Radioactivity host Rob Lorei. This week’s panelist ( 70th district rep. Darryl Rouson, Political Consultant Adam Goodman, Former TV Reporter and Documentary filmmaker Lynn Marvin Dingfelder, New College Professor Frank Alcock) look… Read more »
If you want a say in how Gulf restoration funds are spent, you have a chance Wednesday night in St. Petersburg; the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council has released a draft of funding priorities using money from the settlement with Transocean after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. The meeting… Read more »
Harvard Law professor Lawrence Lessig has launched an exploratory campaign to run for President of the United States in 2016; his main issue is to give individual voters more power in elections by reversing the tendency of big money in elections. Each election cycle, it seems, sets a new record for campaign spending, breaking the record of… Read more »
Today on Radioactivity, Host Rob Lorei interviews 13th District Congressman David Jolly, who makes his case for his run for the senate seat vacated by Marco Rubio as he runs for president. Jolly outlines his positions on the the Affordable Care Act, current foreign policies regarding Iran and ISIS, and Social Security. He also calls Donald… Read more »
On Midpoint, we continue to look at the candidates for the 2016 presidential campaign. This hour we listen to a speech made by Bernie Sanders to a crowd of 16,000 to 30,000 people at the Memorial Sports Arena in Los Angeles. Then we open up the phone lines for listener comments.
On today’s Radioactivity with host Rob Lorei, we listen to statements made by presidential candidates Jeb Bush, Donald Trump, and newcomer Lawrence Lessig. Jeb Bush addresses foreign policy and ISIS while Donald Trump talks about immigration, job growth, and women’s issues. Harvard Law Professor Lawrence Lessig, who is considering a presidential run, states in a… Read more »
Today on Radioactivity, host Rob Lorei airs an excerpt of last night’s Republican presidential debate then opens up the phone lines for listener perspectives on the 10 GOP candidates’ stance on foreign policy, the economy, immigration, and social issues.
Jessica Ehrlich on presidential candidates, David Jolly and other political news
Full transcript of presidents remarks in Everglades on climate change
Move to Amend holds nationwide rallies for disclosure of political contributions by corporations
The Nation’s John Nichols on Scott Walker, the man who wants to be President
Listener reactions and the Republican response to Obama’s state of the union address
Radioactivity takes a look back at the life of Mario Cuomo, former Governor of New York `
Presidential Scholar George C. Edwards joins us today on Radioactivity
David Jolly on Ebola, ISIS, the ACA and other issues
Peter Matthews on the high price of democracy in the U.S.
Today on Radioactivity, Rob Lorei speaks with author John Dean who has written a new book, THE NIXON DEFENSE based on Nixon’s never-before-released secret White House recordings, The Nixon Defense: What He Knew and When He Knew.
CENSORED…exposes us to the “hidden news” WHISTLEBLOWER SUMMIT in DC next week
Today on Radioactivity, Rob Lorei airs a reading of the Declaration by a group of actors and then opens the phone lines to get listener thoughts on the Declaration and patriotsim.
we take another look at the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision from the perspective of a medical doctor who says our system of relying on employers for health care is a failure.
Rob Lorei speaks to Stetson Law School assistant professor, Ciara Torres-Spelliscy about the Supreme Court Hobby Lobby decision.
Radioactivity welcomes guest is Matt Howard communications director for Iraq Veterans Against the War,who served two tours in Iraq as a US Marine.
Kennedy Space Center prepares for sea level rise
The Florida Legislature passed a resolution this past session calling for new US Constitutional Convention
President Barack Obama announced that thirteen major corridors will receive awards today to help develop new high-speed rail infrastructure or begin the transition to high-speed rail. Obama visited Tampa today with Vice President Joe Biden to announce his plans for rail, economic recovery and jobs following last night’s State of the Union address. Obama plans… Read more »