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EP 393 Beyond the Driverless Car

We’ve all been told that we will no longer have our hands on the steering wheel much longer.  We will be replaced by artificial intelligence and the autonomous vehicle.  Anthony Townsend, author of ‘ Ghost Road’, suggests we slow down the hype about the imminence of that changeover and recognize that this technology may result … Continue reading EP 393 Beyond the Driverless Car

EP 392 The Amazon Behemoth Gains Momentum in This Moment of Crisis

Amazon. How many of us can live without it in this pandemic age? Jeff Bezos and his spinwheel fueled by artificial intelligence(we explain that concept in the podcast) keep accelerating their impact in various sectors of our economy and in our lives. It’s an awe inspiring story, but there are damages in the wake of … Continue reading EP 392 The Amazon Behemoth Gains Momentum in This Moment of Crisis

EP 391 Did the Democrats Learn From Their Loss in 2016?

On Election Day 2020, we are posting this podcast, recorded on Friday, October 30, recounting the soul searching and internal debates that went on in the Democratic Party as they tried to understand Hillary Clinton’s loss to Donald Trump in 2016. Is this a conscious and helpful exercise? If you recall, the Republicans did the … Continue reading EP 391 Did the Democrats Learn From Their Loss in 2016?

Special Edition #11 Anti-Populism in the United States

The word populism has been bandied around a lot lately in our politics.  What does it really mean and what evidence do we have that it is a real force in American politics and not just a word co-opted by charlatans to bring people to their side?  In his book, ‘The People, No’, author Thomas … Continue reading Special Edition #11 Anti-Populism in the United States

EP 389 Big Pharma’s Addiction to Huge Profits

  The nation’s pharmaceutical companies have worked very hard to make themselves indispensable to the world’s most medicated society. They have done it by selling cures and treatments for a range of conditions, accenting the positive and downplaying the side effects which, as in the case of opioids, often are catastrophic.  Further, they have marketed … Continue reading EP 389 Big Pharma’s Addiction to Huge Profits

EP 388 America: What Went Wrong Revisited

In 1992, when Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporters, Donald L. Bartlett and James B. Steele, set out to first determine what had gone wrong with America’s promise for its people economically and socially they found troubling signs of pervasive inequality and the public sector weakened to a point where it was unable to craft new … Continue reading EP 388 America: What Went Wrong Revisited

EP 387 Can You Believe in the Scientific Breakthroughs You Read About?

Daily we are bombarded with one scientific finding after another. How often have you quoted this or that finding to a friend and suggested that a change of behavior might be in order as a result? Stuart Ritchie, author of ‘Science Fictions’ suggests that you may want to curb your enthusiasm to insure that the … Continue reading EP 387 Can You Believe in the Scientific Breakthroughs You Read About?

EP 386 Health Care in America in the Wake of the Pandemic

With well publicized concern that a spike in the coronavirus might result in a possible buckling of our health care system in America, many are imagining the changes to get better systems in place to protect public health and insure access and quality to clinical services for more Americans. As a podcast focused on the … Continue reading EP 386 Health Care in America in the Wake of the Pandemic

EP 385 Climate Change Takes a Backseat to Other Crises and a Backhand From the Federal Government

A recent headline in the New York Times indicates that the Trump Administration is reversing nearly one hundred environmental rules on issues relating to air pollution and emissions, drilling and extraction, water pollution, toxic substances and more. And this is after pulling out of the Paris Climate Accords and appointing a former coal industry lobbyist … Continue reading EP 385 Climate Change Takes a Backseat to Other Crises and a Backhand From the Federal Government

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