Sound Transit 3: $54 billion and costs don’t match benefits until 2071?
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The drug trade is great for America!
“What?” you say. This is about the TPP, the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Because of the US presidential election, you’ve likely heard of it. Like other trade deals, you think it doesn’t matter to you and it’s not important to your daily life.
GMO Labeling Now Law! Oh, wait, that’s not what it says.
On July 29, President Obama signed a GMO Labeling Law. Except, no GMO labeling is likely to take place under the “Denying Americans the Right to Know” law.
It’s time to dump the debates. We can do better.
In late September or early October, the spectacle starts.
You know how it will be. There will be boxing match music and Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will walk on stage from opposite sides.
What if Oswald had missed? The world would be very different.
Anyone who was at least 5 years old in November 1963 remembers where they were when President Kennedy was assassinated.
BRAIN HEALTH: Amen Clinic’s Dr. Kabran Chapek discusses brain scans, foods that feed the brain, and how to improve your brain health for the long term. Plus, he describes the latest on treatment of Alzheimer’s.
“Millennials are great!” says Steve Gandara, business performance expert. Gandara adds that “culture eats strategy for breakfast” and discusses how today’s employers are changing to fit today’s consumers.
Former US Congressman Brian Baird discusses a new organization — Three American Questions — designed to help the public and officeholders work together to solve problems.
Middle East Explained, Part 1 — from the Kurdish point of view — Kurdish Howard Kobani, Middle East expert, explains how there can be peace in the Middle East.
Hip Hop Heals — Scott Hanauer of Washington State’s Community Youth Services discusses how his organization uses hip hop to address troubled youth. Program director Bobby Williams and graduate Shanelle Berry join the conversation.
Carol Sanford, world-known business consultant and author of her latest, The Responsible Entrepreneur, discusses how to change the world.
A CURE FOR CANCER: The world-renowned Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s Gary Gilliland describes a one-shot process with a 93% success rate in blood cancers … and how the Center believes this process has much potential in many other diseases.
Marathons With Meaning — Running With Those Who Cannot. Peter Kline runs marathons for people with disabilities, just to give them the chance to experience what it’s like. Amazing story of an amazin person!
One person has great impact! Gina Guddat, a global philanthropist, takes her “Voluntourism” around the world.
Maximizing Your Expertise Around the World: Mark Horoszowski, Moving Worlds, explains the concept of “experteering,” a new way to make an impact and have a great experience!
Charlie Bresler, Executive Director, The Life You Can Save, describes how people can have more impact with their charitable donations.
Building Media After War: Jon Newstrom describes building and operating radio stations in war-torn Eastern Europe, Afghanistan, and Africa.
Climate Solutions for a Troubled Planet: KC Golden, Climate Solutions, describes what people and society can do to help preserve Earth.
Teaching Ghana’s Farmers: Cliff Schmidt, Literacy Bridge founder, describes how technology helps in some of the most remote regions of West Africa.
Renee Kaplan, Chief Strategy Officer at Skoll Foundation, describes the 2014 and beyond approach to curing the globe’s ills.
Joe Whinney, head of the innovative Theo Chocolate company, describes how cocoa is sourced from dangerous countries.
Brian Baird, President of Antioch University, describes how higher education can serve students’ global interests.
Habitat and Microfinance: Ed Bland, global expert in microfinance, explains how Habitat for Humanity expands its work through small lending.