What We Need to Know About Mass Shootings (2819)
Join Vince Poscente as he interviews key experts who work with schools, government, and the FBI on mass shootings assessment and prevention.
The Middle East Today: Hope or Despair? (2821)
As shown by President Biden’s recent trip to Saudi Arabia, U.S. values frequently conflict with U.S. strategic requirements.
What Is Brain Health? (2820)
Perhaps nothing is as important to a healthy, productive lifestyle as your brain’s health and performance. How fit is your brain?
Is Our Healthcare System Broken? (2815)
A Newsweek headline read, "How bad is the U.S. health care system?" Among high-income nations, it’s the worst, the study says. U.S. #healthcare may be one of the best in the world, however, our healthcare system itself is complicated, expensive, and somewhat dysfunctional.
Can We Trust the Supreme Court? (2817)
According to Pew Research, in the last three years, the share of adults with a favorable view of the Supreme Court has dropped 15% from 70% to 54%. See what Hon. Alberto R Gonzales, Former U.S. Attorney General of the United States, Belmont University College of Law, has to say.
It’s YOUR Supreme Court: Why It Matters! (2816)
Stephen I. Vladek, J.D., joins host Jim Falk for a discussion on the Supreme Court, its expanding role on issues, and the Biden Presidential Commission to explore reforms.
Ukraine: From Cold War to Hot War? (2818)
Former Ambassador to the Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch joins host Jim Falk on McCuistion for an insightful look at Ukraine today.
Alzheimer’s Disease: What Are the Facts? (2814)
Joining Host Jim Cathcart to look at the definition and causes of Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and Mild Cognitive Impairment, and what if anything we can do to be less risk-prone are experts Karen Jennings and Kelly Willmore.
Water: The World’s Most Critical Resource (2813)
In this second of a two-part series on water, we discuss the critical water situation around the world and what we can do to help.
Water Problems in America (2812)
Water is our most valuable resource and the issues surrounding not having enough of it are critical. Do we have enough for now and the future?
Re-air: What Can We Learn from Dead Philosophers? with Eric Weiner (2709)
Eric Weiner, award-winning journalist, former foreign correspondent for NPR, and best-selling author of The Geography of Bliss, among others, joined hosts Dennis McCuistion and Jim Falk for a rollicking discussion on his newest work, The Socrates Express, and shared insights from some of our favorite philosophers.
Re-air: Why is Antisemitism Still With Us? (2711)
Is anti-Semitism still an issue in the U.S. and elsewhere? Our experts, Holly Huffnagle: The American Jewish Committee’s, U.S. Director, for Combating Antisemitism and Sara Abosch Jacobson, Ph.D., Senior Director for Education in the Dallas Holocaust Museum, say absolutely.
Re-air: How Do We Regain Trust? (2704)
Join our hosts, Dennis McCuistion and Jim Falk and guests, on May 1, on KERA, Channel 13 in Dallas, for an insightful look at what trust is, and why it's so important to conducting business and nurturing relationships.
The Mental Challenges of Being an Olympian (2811)
As we have witnessed in recent years the stress and anxiety Olympic athletes face can lead to mental challenges. See what our experts have to say.
The China Nightmare (2810)
Join us to learn more about our challenges with China.