Category WBCR

Carolyn Baker on WBCR’s Sex and Politics

On Friday’s edition of Sex and Politics, I spoke to Carolyn Baker about climate collapse and personal spiritual healing. Dr. Baker was an adjunct professor of history and psychology for 11 years and a psychotherapist in private practice for 17 years. She was an associate and colleague of the late Michael C Ruppert, and has been writing […]

Climate change, Peak Oil and AGW Denialists

About a month ago I used my ‘politics’ segment of my radio segment on Sex and Politics to talk to Marlo Lewis, a frequent go-to expert on climate matters for Fox News. Marlo Lewis is with the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and while we mistakenly identified him as a ‘climate change denier’, that isn’t exactly true.  His contention […]

Sex and Politics: Scott Baker

        In March of 2014, Sex and Politics welcomed Scott Baker to talk about housing, rent and government finances. Scott Baker is a Senior Editor/Economics Editor and Writer at Opednews, and a blogger for Huffington Post. He is President of Common Ground-NYC and NY State Coordinator for the Public Banking Institute  We discussed austerity budgets, […]

Climatezilla–on a Youtube Channel near you

This is a video put together by the wonderful folks at the People’s Puppets of Occupy Wall Street. They’re heavily participating in the People’s Climate March, happening on September 21. I’ve addressed all the factoids in another post. I even interviewed one of the organizers on Sex and Politics.   I am in this video […]

Sex and Politics welcomes back Karl Grossman

This Friday on Sex and Politics, I’ll be talking to our friend Karl Grossman, an award-winning journalist who’s covered issues around nuclear power since the 1970’s. We’ll be talking about Fukushima–specifically, what we aren’t hearing ever since the Japanese government started prosecuting journalists for covering the controversies around the accident.  Insiders are reporting that the […]

Sex and Politics speaks to Paul Getsos of 350.org

It was a big night on Sex and Politics on Friday August 1st 2014. Dan Kinch spoke to Paul Getsos, National Street Organizer for 350.org. 350.org was founded in 2008 by a group of university friends in the U.S. along with author Bill McKibben. Paul has been an organizer for 25 years, and is the founder of Community Voices Heard, an organization […]

Chris Agnos of Sustainable Human, Sari Caine Glickstein and David Rigo of the Slightly Altered States Theater

We ended the semester at Sex and Politics with discussions about German politics, the NY arts scene, and new ideas about sustainability in the face of Climate Change and global warming. First up, Sex and Politics Alumnus Zack Murphy spoke to Aaron Schwayze, a graduate student from Berlin majoring in enviromental engineering. They discussed German reaction […]

Sex And Politics: David M Harris, Heather Height; Marlo Lewis on Climate Change

  July 8. 2014 was a great night to tune into Sex And Politics! Executive Producer Phil Rosenberg started the evening with a candid conversation about pornography with David M Harris and Heather Height, who let us know their side of the business. David and Heather are both involved in the adult film world as well […]

Sex and Politics–the People’s Climate March

  On June 27 on Sex and Politics, I interviewed Rachel Schragis, an artist and activist. She is an Arts Coordinator for the People’s Climate March, scheduled for this coming September. The United Nations has called a special summit to address climate change/climate disruption. The summit will bring world leaders together to hammer out some […]

Richard Forer on Sex and Politics!

This is an update. On Friday July 26, Phil Rosenberg interviewed and debated Richard Forer on the Israeli operations in Gaza. Mr. Forer is the author of Breakthrough: Transforming Fear Into Compassion – A New Perspective on the Israel-Palestine Conflict. He is a former member of AIPAC who was transformed by the experience of seeing the truth about Israel’s long history […]