Dr. Steven Best is firmly on the side of animal rights saying the meat industry is mass murder. Could survive without meat?
Dr. Aaron Kesselheim, associate professor talks about the institutional corruption linked to the high cost of medicine.
Westy Egmont with the BC School of Social Work says Donald Trumps proposed mass deportation could do more damage than good.
Historian Nat Sheidley with the Bostonian Society tells the story of the Liberty Tree where Colonials began the American Revolution protesting the Stamp Act of 1765 .
Rock writer Steve Morse helps us close out Elvis Week right with some stories you may have never heard before.
Our trusted veterinarian Doctor Christopher Meehl comes in to help with tips to keep your pets happy and healthy.
NECN's Mike Nikitas tells the incredible story of his father that was among the last POW's in the Pacific Campaign of WW2.
Martin Malin with the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University dissects the Iran nuclear negotiations and why he thinks this could be trouble for Iran in the long run.
Professor Padraig O’Malley author of “The Two-State Delusion: Israel and Palestine – A Tale of Two Narratives” says there is no middle ground between the Gaza. So, what’s the solution?
Luis Jimenez with the UMass Department of Political Science says migrant workers, legal or not, are not to blame for illegal immigration. Be sure to listen to the follow up with Ira Mehlman for the other side of the issue.
Ira Mehlman of FAIR discusses why neither side of the illegal immigration debate want to find a solution.
Professor of Earth & Environment at Boston University Robert Kaufmann talks about alternative energy and the fight against big oil and their proposed pipe lines.
Mass is ready to phase out the MCAS for the new PARCC test, but will this be an educational improvement or a huge step backwards for schools?
The doctor is in and taking your questions.
United Independent Party Leader Evan Falchuk updates us on the latest smoke and mirrors tactics the Boston Olympic Committee are using to push their plans forward.
Paul Toomey, Senior Vice President - Investment Officer with Wells Fargo talks about some of the local implications of Greece going broke again. Is it time to burry your money in the back yard?
Historian Ryan Jones with the National Civil Rights Museum housed in the Lorrain Hotel where Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated, gives us a virtual tour of the many exhibits you can see.
How American is that American car you drive. Craig Fitzgerald (bestride.com) talks about where your car is really made. Then we talk about the original dare devil, Evil Knievel.
Expert in copyright law and front man for local band O Positive, Dave Herlihy talks about what’s ok to post and what isn’t.
A frank discussion about preventative care and obesity in relation to diabetes with Beth Israel’s Dr. James Jacques Carter.