Leid Stories—Stephon Clark’s Death: A Need for New Tactics in Civil-Rights Advocacy, Especially in Police Killings—03.29.18

Funeral services are being held today for Stephon Clark, the 22-year-old father of two shot dead on March 18 by two Sacramento Police Department officers investigating a complaint about broken car windows. Clark was in the back yard of his grandmother’s home, where he and his family also lived, at the time of the shooting. The officers, when they came …


The Dr. Peter Breggin Hour – 05.03.17

My guest, British psychologist Peter Kinderman PhD and I agreed to do a show that examines the politics of mental health including the overall politics of human life, society, and government.  This is the first time I have aired my own political principles in such detail on my radio talk show.   I believe in Founding Principles of America, including personal freedom …


Lizzie Dearden – Donald Trump’s victory followed by wave of hate crime attacks against minorities across US – led by his supporters

Police are investigating a wave of alleged hate crimes against Muslims, Hispanic Americans, black people, ethnic minorities and the LGBT community in the wake of the US election. Attackers professing support for Donald Trump have been accused of numerous attacks in the 24 hours following his shock victory, including death threats, physical assaults and racist graffiti. Among the incidents is …


A Just Cause – Injustice in Sentencing Laws in America- 11.06.16

The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks speaks with our Special Guests Kara Gotsch, Director of Strategic Initiatives at The Sentencing Project and Molly Gill, director of federal legislative affairs at the Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM) organization.