SHOW AUDIO: kpft_2014-04-09_2200, Taxes & Alternatives, Bosses v Workers, Free Museums and Education
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Welcome to Thinkwing Radio with Mike Honig (@ThinkwingRadio), a listener call-in show (every Wednesday night from 10-11PM CT) on KPFT-FM 90.1 (Houston). My engineer and discussion partner is Egberto Willies (@EgbertoWillies).
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- You’re entitled to your own opinion, but not your own facts;
- An educated electorate is a prerequisite for a democracy.
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TOPIC: Open Forum
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SOURCES (Below the break) Not all topics discussed on tonight’s show:
- ON EDUCATION: Not “school education” at which Lord knows we have to do better. I’m talking about “optional” or “extracurricular” education. “At Will” education. My family went to the Houston Zoo yesterday.
- Normally, the Houston Zoo it’s about $15/person. It was the first Tuesday of the month, so it was free after 2PM
- Houston Museum of Natural Science: $15-20/person for the PERMANENT Exhibits (FREE from 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. on Thursdays)
- Children’s Museum of Houston | 1500 Binz, Houston, TX 77004 | Phone: (713) 522-1138, $15/person.
- Museum of Fine Arts Houston, General Admission (Admission is free on Thursdays, courtesy of Shell Oil Company Foundation.)
- Senior (65+): $ 10.00
- Adult: $ 15.00
- Youth 13-18: $ 7.50
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum:FREE (First Come, First Served)
- US Gov’t Owned: Charter Provisions of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (Current)
- ALL US Govt-owned museums are free in DC.
Retweeted by @TheBradBlog (Brad Friedman) George R. @notincomunicado9m :: Re the Supreme Court’s rulings I’m beginning to wonder if the next step is to replace the 1st Amendment with”1% Amendment”.
- McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission: Supreme Court says political donors can spread wealth much more widely. By Michael Doyle, McClatchy Washington Bureau
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