PATT MORRISON SCHEDULE
Thursday, October 13, 2011
1:08:00 – 1:20:00
Senator Bernie Sanders on
Senator Bernie Sanders sits down with Patt to talk about the Occupy Wall Street movement and how he thinks we can reform the financial system to represent the needs of all Americans, not just the top 1%.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont; member of the Senate Committees on the Budget; Veterans; Energy; Environment; and Health, Education, Labor & Pensions
[PITCH BREAK] 1:20:00 – 1:27:00
1:27:00 – 1:38:0
Reaction to Sen. Sanders
Not everyone agrees with the Senator’s point of view on financial regulatory reform, or on Occupy Wall Street. Patt hears a voice on the other side.
Representative from AEI
[PITCH BREAK] 1:38:00 – 1:44:00
1:44:00 – 1:54:00
Guerilla poster artist Robbie Conal
Years ago, when he was an “art brat” in
Robbie Conal, American guerilla poster artist noted for his sharply critical depictions of
2:08:00 – 2:20:00
Yesterday’s mass shooting at Meritage Salon in
John Lott, author of More Guns, Less Crime: Understanding Crime and Gun Control Laws
Adam Winkler, constitutional law professor at UCLA; author of Gunfight: The Battle Over the Right to Bear Arms in America; he writes for The Huffington Post & Daily William Vizzard, professor, Department of Criminal Justice, California State University Sacramento; former supervisor and manager for 27 years with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms and the author of Shots in the Dark: Politics, Policy and Symbolism of Gun Control
[PITCH BREAK] 2:20:00 – 2:27:00
2:27:00 – 2:38:00 GUNS CONT’D
[PITCH BREAK] 2:38:00 – 2:43:30
2:43:30 – 2:54:00
Love at first smell?
How much does smell unconsciously affect our decision making about trivial things like what food to order to more important life issues like choosing a potential love interest?
Researcher from USC or UCLA