Joining Dennis McCuistion to talk about the President’s legacy and how the Museum honors this history, is Stephen Fagin, the Sixth Floor Museum, Curator and Oral Historian, and author of Assassination Commemoration, JFK, and the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.
According to Mauldin, the economy in 2019 was already indicating we could be headed for a recession. COVID-19 turned everything upside down. We were in a crisis. What direction do we take now? Are we headed for a financial meltdown?
What is forgiveness? Why do we find forgiveness so challenging? How does harboring anger and resentment affect one’s health? And what are the benefits of forgiveness? Our guests say, there is a way to move forward through forgiveness, however difficult that may be. Join us to learn more.
There’s no doubt the U.S. and China are committed to having a military advantage over one another. While the risk of armed conflict, perhaps over Taiwan, exists, the real battle for technological supremacy is where the struggle for global power is taking place. Join us to hear more about where we stand with China today and the direction we may be taking in the future.
Did you know that those who travel are 7% happier than those who stay at home (Washington State University)? The overwhelming majority of travelers say that their travel memories are among the happiest ones of their lives; and, as our guest Eric Weiner tells us, even delays and other snafus can over time be recalled as blissful.
George Orwell said, "We know that no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it," yet why do some who gain power use that power for good, and some for their own personal means at the expense of the people they govern?
That North Korea is only one of three countries that can threaten the U.S. with nuclear weapons is of great concern, not only to the U.S. Joining host Jim Falk to talk about our relations with North Korea and its impact on world events are experts Jenny Town and Siegfried Hecker, Ph.D.