Artist, Icelandic MP, and political activist Birgitta Jónsdóttir joins us for an in-depth discussion of internet privacy, freedom of speech, and the opportunities before Iceland today.

LEAP director, former MI5 agent, and whistleblower Annie Machon answers difficult questions that get to the heart of a global surveillance culture and a military industrial complex whose ramifications are difficult to imagine.

John Davis, the CEO of the Northwest Patient Resource Center (NWPRC), is at the heart of the burgeoning cannabis industry in the United States. As the reality of marijuana legalization takes root in the U.S., John discusses the issues and the fine points of stewarding a massive drug policy change in the United States.

Honoring Robin Williams

by on August 13, 2014      

in Editorials & Commentary

Kim Greenhouse honors Robin Williams and his monumental body of work.

Who owns your home? Seems like an obvious question, but it’s probably not you. Dave Krieger, the author of Clouded Titles, guides us through the entities and actions that have made the transparent process of tracking the ownership of mortgages and deeds of trust impossible.

Divorce mediator John Biancardi can settle a divorce in 8-10 hours. So why would anyone bother going through a costly litigated divorce anymore?

Constitutional lawyer and author Henry Mark Holzer discusses gold clauses, Constitutional issues with federal law, and the judicial branch.

In order to change our political system, we have to understand it first. Jack Abramoff, Washington D.C.’s most notorious former lobbyist and the author of Capitol Punishment, shares his insights into how it works – and what we can do to reform it.

International attorney Richard Fine, formerly with the Justice Department, was disbarred and put in solitary confinement for 18 months when he stood up to the judicial system in California for bribery and corruption.

Author and Constitutional expert Edwin Vieira discusses the foundational documents, the fate, and the future of the USA.