Meals on Wheels Executive Director Steven King on Midpoint Wednesday

Rob Lorei interivews Steven King, Executive Director of Meals on Wheels of Tampa about proposed budget cuts Last week the Trump administration unveiled its blueprint for a new federal budget. Domestic programs would be cut while military spending would receive a 10 percent increase. One of the domestic programs that would be cut would be… Read more »

A War Tax Resistor and One of the Country’s Leading Advocates for Seniors Discuss Donald Trump’s Views on Military spending and Social Security

WMNF’s Radioactivity 2 21 17 Tuesday   Good morning, welcome to Radioactivity. I’m Rob Lorei.   Coming up today—President Trump wants to increase the military budget…. But what if you are religious and object to military spending and your money used for wars, and drones and instruments of killing? We’ll talk about that on the… Read more »

“Through Women’s Eyes” International Film Festival

The 18th annual Through a Woman’s Eyes International Film Festival in partnership with the Sarasota Film Festival is coming to Sarasota April 1st -2nd at Regal Hollywood Stadium 20. It will feature 22 films written, directed or produced by women. This year the festival will have activist and organizer, Heather Booth, and filmmaker, Lilly Rivlin, for the premier… Read more »

Women’s Show 3/2 – A Day Without Women

The beat goes on…. Trumpism continues in Washington and women continue to march.  March 8th, International Women’s Day is coming up and many groups, including Angela Davis and National Women’s Liberation, both in recognition of all that our fore-mothers did before us and the continuing struggles women are enduring today, chose International Women’s Day for… Read more »

Women’s Show 2/16 – Separation of Church and State and Women’s March Going Forward

Thank you, thank you, thank you listeners! Even though neither Arlene or I were able to be there for the Fund Drive, thanks to you, we reached our goal – and thanks to Toni Van Pelt, Rob Lorei and Sean Kinnane for hosting.  This is one of the best fund drives the station has had… Read more »

Women’s Show 2/2 Recap – The Tempest Continues – Gorsuch and more….

The tempest continues… “It is not a Muslim ban, it is to make America safe.”  “Iran – you are on notice.” Regulations – who needs them?  Gorsuch, you are the man, and media – shut up and listen.  This tempest is not in a teacup. First, JESSICA MASON PIEKLO, unapologetic feminist and social justice warrior, writer,… Read more »

Art & Authoritarianism + Influential & Ignored on Life Elsewhere

Last year before the election, Philip Kennicott, the Pulitzer Prize-winning Art and Architecture Critic, imagined with clever wit, what would happen to the Arts in America if Mr. Trump became President. His scenarios were fantasy, but the context for Kennicott’s creativity was built on facts: In a gallery in Chelsea, New York, a crudely made sculpture of… Read more »

Women’s Show 1/26 – Women’s March and Moving Forward

The good, the bad, the ugly… The tweets are coming like Nano-bullets and we are realizing the constitution and our government are the targets.  But no matter how much things are changing, some things remain the same.  One of the first acts was to kick the political football of the global gag rule off the… Read more »

Women’s Show with CodePink Founder, Medea Benjamin

Join us today at 10 am. We will have frequent guest Medea Benjamin from CODEPINK  covering all that is happening in Washington D.C this week. CODEPINK will be taking part in three days of Presidential Counter Inauguration activities in Washington, D.C. from January 19-21. They will be participating in the Peace Ball, Occupy Inauguration, Disrupt J20,… Read more »