Friday, November 21 @ 7:30 PM & Sunday, November 23 @ 12:00 PM
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Friday, Aug 15 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, Aug 17 @ 12:00 PM
Interview with Former Sen. Bob Graham
Twelve years after being published, 28 pages of the Joint Intelligence Committee Inquiry into 9/11 (JICI) are still classified – prompting some legislators to request declassification for matters of national security. Former U.S. Senator Bob Graham believes that within these pages, there is compelling evidence that 9/11 terrorists received funding from a foreign, sovereign government and were able to function so successfully in the U.S. due to internal assistance.
Bob Graham, Former U.S. Senator & Co-Chair of the JICI
City and County: Ballot Amendments and Mayor Recall
As early voting continues, we take a look at some of the amendments on the ballot affecting Miami and Miami Beach voters. And, we discuss the grassroots effort to recall Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez.
Jorge Luis Lopez, Esq., Jorge Luis Lopez Law Firm
Terry Murphy, Ph.D., Public Affairs Concepts
Friday, April 4 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, April 6 @ 12:00 PM
Obamacare Debate Over?
As of the March 31st enrollment deadline, the White House says that 7.1 million Americans have signed up for healthcare under the Affordable Care Act. The enrollment numbers were high in Miami-Dade, which has the greatest number of uninsured residents in the state. But is the debate over repealing Obamacare really over?
Sean Foreman, Ph.D., Barry University
Changing Media Trends
The Pew Research Center's Journalism Project has released its annual report examining the landscape of American journalism. This latest edition shows there has been a surge in news reporting and sharing due to the growing influence of social media and technology. We examine the current trends.
Sam Terilli, University of Miami
South Florida’s Economy
Based on real estate and employment figures, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta suggests South Florida’s economy is recovering quicker than the rest of the southeast United States. Does Miami’s international appeal attribute to these findings?
Manuel Lasaga, Ph.D., StratInfo
Friday, January 31 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, February 2 @ 12:00 PM
2014 State of the Union Address
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama called 2014 a “year of action” during his State of the Union address. Our panelists discuss their thoughts on President Obama’s speech.
Marili Cancio, Esq., Law Office of Marili Cancio Johnson, P.A.
Michael Hernandez, Penn Schoen Berland
Eric Padrón, Esq., Law Office of Eric C. Padrón, P.A.
Olga Porven, Esq., Law Office of Jeffrey R. Davis, P.A.
NAFTA: 20 Years Later
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) created a trade bloc between Canada, the United States and Mexico. Twenty years after being signed into law, has NAFTA help or hurt our economy?
J. Antonio Villamil, Washington Economics Group
Friday, December 13 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, December 15 @ 12:00 PM
Streamlining County Bureaucracy
Commissioner Xavier Suarez thinks Miami-Dade could save as much as $400 million dollars if it only "[streamlined] the outsized county bureaucracy." He joins us to explain.
Xavier Suarez, Miami-Dade County Commission, District 7
Can a handshake mean more than diplomatic courtesy? Some wonder that after President Barack Obama shook the hand of Cuban leader Raul Castro at the memorial services for Nelson Mandela this week. We discuss this and other news from Cuba, such as 150 dissidents being violently detained as they expressed support for International Human Rights Day.
Pedro Roig, Esq., University of Miami
Mental Health and School Shooting Anniversary
It's been a year since the Sandy Hook school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut stunned the nation. In addition to raising issues such as violence in our society and gun rights, the incident brought awareness to the need for better mental health resources. Has access to mental health improved?
Michael DeDonno, Ph.D., Barry University