First, Steve tells the unusual story of Sam Brannan from 1840s California and warns how his story can save investors today from losing their shirts. Then, a majority of men, women and children in the United States now struggle with being overweight or obese. Steve talks with Shannon Hammer, author of The Positive Portions Food […]
For more than a century, the United States has been the world’s most powerful country, not just militarily, but economically and politically. The widespread international turmoil we see on the nightly news leads some to wonder what the place of our country is in the future of the world and whether we have better or […]
Looking for work? Millions of Americans who have been out of work long term face exceptional problems in reconnecting with their careers as their skills wane and they feel increasingly isolated, in part because some employers discriminate based on the length of their unemployment. Steve interviews Joseph Carbone, President and CEO of The Workplace which […]
Steve talks with child development & behavior specialist and all around Parent, Betsy Brown Braun, author of Just Tell Me What To Say and of You’re Not The Boss of Me.
Perhaps sex education should not be controversial, but it is. Are traditional sex education programs actually creating more problems than they are solving? Steve talks with Miriam Grossman, M.D., author of You’re Teaching My Child What? A Physician Exposes the Lies of Sex Education and How They Harm Your Child.
In 1987 3% of American children were diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Now that number is 11%. That may mean better diagnosis or it may mean a lot of false positive diagnoses. Either way, children as young as 3 years old are being prescribed drugs to help with symptoms. Steve talks with Dr. Marilyn Wedge, […]
After what seemed like a bad dream, our country has awakened in conditions where the economy has recovered for some but not others. Steve interviews Jim Mosquera, author of Escaping Oz, Navigating the Crisis.
A few weeks ago Steve talked about why the marriage rates of the 1950s were gone for good. After getting a strong email response, Steve looked into it more. Steve interviews June Carbone and Naomi Cahn, Co-Authors of Marriage Markets: How Inequality is Remaking the American Family.
Steve tells the story of Professor Terry and The Lady In Brown. Then, regaining his shattered composure, Steve responds to an email from a listener with a risky real estate proposition.
Steve visits his 91 year old Uncle Manny in Fresno, CA and learns a lot.