Tag Archives: sex and politics

Returning to Radio–Brooklyn Culture Jam

So here’s the deal. As many of you might know, I used to be part of a radio show called SEX & POLITICS. A product of founder and executive producer Phil Rosenberg, we covered politics, sex, the arts, and culture. It was a lot of fun and I did some great shows. Alas, the summer […]

A Podcast for your cousin Joey

My funny little show on Sex and Politics today (2/19/2015) is worth a listen, especially if you’re like me and you keep getting involved in discussions about climate change and scientific debate with people who watch a lot of Fox News. I spoke to James Lawrence Powell, a geochemist and retired professor who served on both President […]

Richard Heinberg talks about fracking on Sex and Politics

On Friday’s Sex And Politics, I’ll be talking to Richard Heinberg. Richard is Senior Fellow-in-Residence of the Post Carbon Institute and has written extensively on the topic of Peak Oil, authoring 11 books on the topic since he began speaking about it in 2002. We’ll be focusing on his book Snake Oil: How Fracking’s False Promise of […]

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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

What India and West Virginia have in common

On the February 14 edition of Sex and Politics, I interviewed one of the many victims of the recent Charleston, West Virginia toxic chemical spill. Scott, a longtime resident and sometime-activist, told me of not being able to drink his water and shower after the poisoning of the river that supplies their water. We also […]