A second show in the week, this one at an unusual time and day features the campaign director for Marriage Equality Rhode Island. It’s been a long struggle there, previously against hostile governor, legislative leaders and local bishop. The good guys are within striking distance.
Ray Sullivan joins us on Friday, April 8th at 6 p.m. […]
MA grew since the previous census, but not fast enough to keep all 10 U.S. House seats. We’ll lose one and the whining, pleading, dickering and posturing are on.
Listen in as we talk about all the considerations in this decision. We have our own predictions. We also figure after a dozen or so public hearings […]
Exec. Dir. Horace Small of the Union of Minority Neighborhoods comes on our show next week, Tuesday, April 5th at 2:30 PM Eastern. His group attacks the big problems of people of color in Boston and Massachusetts.
If you can join us for the live stream, go here 4/5 at 2:30 PM. Afterward, you can go […]
How delightful when friends surprise you. Ryan and Mike called into today’s show not sure how the other came down on the U.S. involvement in military action in Libya.
Yet with all of President Obama’s dithering and as Mike would have it holding up false hopes to the Libyan rebels, the true coalition effort seems […]
Boston City Councilor Rob Consalvo joined us to talk status and future of housing in the Hub. He chairs the Council’s Housing Committee and is the trustee for the Neighborhood Housing Trust that collected and distributes millions in linkage funds for affordable housing.
He has his hand on the throttle of the complex machinery of keeping […]
NH is oddly back in a manufactured fight over same-sex marriage. Guest John Hosty-Grinnell, LGBT activist, KnowThyNeighbor principal and blogger, joined us to report and comment.
Note: Our host service messed with us today and cut off the show exactly at the 30 minute mark. There were no thanks, good-byes or conclusions. I apologize.
He is also […]