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Aspen Baker, co-founder/executive director of Exhale, knows abortion is hard to talk about. However, she urges people to push past the discomfort and discuss it.
Guest, Aspen Baker is co-founder and executive director of Exhale and an author. She believes that after hearing other peoples experiences, one may change their own perception of things.
Guest, Aspen Baker's main goal is to make women realize they are not alone when deciding to get an abortion. She offers some statics on the topic.
Joe Randazzo, head writer for @Midnight on Comedy Central and author, points out that comedians can't be afraid to cover touchy topics.
Guest Lou Ureneck, professor at Boston University and author, speaks on the impact Asa Jennings made in many peoples lives.
Change Is Good
Fred Pearce, Science journalist, researcher, and author welcomes change in nature.
Lt. Andrew Perodeau shares some facts about boat fatality. Encourages safety on boats, and u en of life jackets.
Joe Randazzo, head writer for @Midnight on Comedy Central and author relays that technique and presentation go hand and hand with one another.
Tao Orion, author and permaculture educator points out that nature will eventually become one with the invasive species around it.
Science journalist, researcher, and author, Fred Pearce discusses why invasive species aren't always bad.
The Great Fire
Guest Lou Ureneck, professor at Boston University and author speaks on the Great Fire in the city of Smyrna.
Co- Author of Social Security Works and professor at Syracuse University says social security is needed and well distributed.
Guest Michael Baron shares a law of boating that is often ignored.
Our guest, Sheila Jordan is a known Jazz singer, teacher, and composer. Here she describes her love of music and how it will always be apart of her life.
Is current neuroscience catching up to science fiction? How close are we to being able to create the sentient machines seen in films like Transcendence? Michio Kaku discusses the future of the mind on the next Viewpoints.
Why do many often talk in slang and who decides if one word is in and the other is out? Our guest Robert Leonard says the answer can be found by watching the movie Mean Girls. Read why on ViewpointsRadio.Wordpress.com!
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