First, a highlight from this week's Ralph Nader Radio Hour where Ralph discusses smart meters in our homes. Then Pacifica Radio's John Matthews on a poll about American's tolerance of gay marriage. Michael Snyder on what movies to catch this week, and the 'King of TV' Paul Goebel on what's good to watch on television.
Film critic Michael Snyder stops by to review this week's latest movies to watch and avoid. Pacific Radio's reporter John Matthews on the recent controversies involving the NFL and their players. Documentary film director Robert Campos talks about his latest film '3 Still Standing', starring San Francisco's legendary comics Will Durst, Larry 'Bubbles' Brown and Johnny Steel. Kevin Martin, the Executive Director of Peace Action, America's largest grass roots peace movement discusses this week's vote to support President Obama's plan to provide weapons and training to Syria rebels fighting Isis. Rounding out the show is the co host of the Ralph Nader Radio Hour, Steve Skrovan, talking about the upcoming Public Citizen fundraiser 'Stand Up For Main Street' on Sunday, October 19th at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills, CA.
Pacifica Radio's John Matthews talks with David about America's Drug War. Judy Gold and Henriette Mantel on the passing of comedy legend Joan Rivers. Steve Skrovan, the co-host of The Ralph Nader Radio Hour talks his mutal admiration for Mr. Nader. Film critic Michael Snyder reviews some new movies, and Paul Goebels tells us what to watch and not to watch on television.
Comedy legend Joan Rivers is remembered with Henriette Mantel and Judy Gold.
Pacifica's John Matthews on state of atheism in the United States, Henriette Mantel talks about the the sad state of the minimum wage in this country, and our resident film critic Michael Snyder tells us what movies to watch this week, and which to avoid. Plus Larry 'Bubbles' Brown returns to chew the fat with David.