Posts Tagged: Carol Koby

MADISON’S HISTORY OF PROTESTS

Guest:  Stuart Levitan, author, Madison in the Sixties It’s widely known that Madison was one of America’s centers of student protest during the 1960s. But the protests of the 1960s weren’t only about the Vietnam War. On this intriguing program which takes us back to a remarkable period in Madison’s history, Stu Levitan joins “All… Read more »

GUN SAFETY = GUN SENSE (Part Two)

Guests:  Jennifer Heinz Rosen, leader/trainer, MOMS DEMAND ACTION FOR GUN SENSE IN AMERICA; Bob Mokos, Survivor Fellow, EVERYTOWN FOR GUN SAFETY Every day 96 Americans are killed with guns. Nearly two-thirds of gun deaths are suicides. The U.S. gun suicide rate is eight times that of other high-income countries. The U.S. gun homicide rate is… Read more »

GUN SAFETY = GUN SENSE (Part One)

Guests:  Bob Mokos, Survivor Fellow, EVERYTOWN FOR GUN SAFETY; Jennifer Rosen Heinz, Leader/Trainer, MOMS DEMAND ACTIONS FOR GUN SENSE “Rights don’t come without responsibility,” says Bob Mokos, a gun owner, retired military, airline pilot, NRA member, and a Survivor Fellow with EVERYTOWN FOR GUN SAFETY.  Survivor Fellow means that Mokos has personally experienced the loss… Read more »

FOLLOWING A GLOBAL TRAIN OF THOUGHT: A WRITER’S JOURNEY

Guest: David Benjamin, journalist, writer, author, publisher Sitting down with David Benjamin is like going on a virtual global exploration of runaway thoughts that emerge from the depth and breadth of his life experiences. Benjamin has been writing for decades, and his essays, novels and other literary works offer a lively mix of intriguing reading…. Read more »

THE CANNABIS STORY, CBD OIL, AND WHAT IS LEGAL IN WISCONSIN

Guest:  Jeff Kundert, co-owner of Green RX Madison, president of the American Cannabis Society Cannabis, Marijuana, Hemp, CBD, THC: Perhaps you are as confused as some of the rest of us in understanding what the difference is and what is actually legal. On this program, Jeff Kundert, co-owner of Green RX Madison and president of… Read more »