How many toxins are you/we exposed to daily? The really bad stuff is regulated by the government, right? Surely we aren’t exposed to the really dangerous. Not so fast, Cochise. Mark Schapiro, author of, Exposed: The Toxic Chemistry of Everyday Products and What's at Stake for American Power joined me in studio to discuss said topic.
Bobby Caldwell joins me in studio. That’s right, Bobby Caldwell. He’s best known for his 1978 single "What You Won't Do For Love,” at least to the general public. It, by the by, has been recorded and sampled by over 100 artists. Real Caldwell aficionados know him for His songwriting skills not only for himself, but also for well-known artists like Chicago, Boz Scaggs, Peter Cetera and Amy Grant, Neil Diamond and Al Jarreau. Mr. Caldwell (to you) will be appearing at Birdland in New York City F...
Steven Greenhouse, author of The Big Squeeze: Tough Times for the American Worker. It provides “a fresh,probing, and often shocking look at the stresses and strains faced by tens ofmillions of American workers as wages have stagnated, health and pension benefits have grown stingier, and job security has shriveled.”www.lionelonline.com
Pratap Chatterjee, author of Halliburton's Army: How a Well-Connected Texas Oil Company Revolutionized the Way America Makes War joins me (and you, if you think about it). Is the anti-Halliburton hype just that, hype? Is it just anti-Bush blather? I’ll ask. And, oh yes, it’s still in Iraq.