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).
Listen live on the radioor on the internet from anywhere in the world! When the show is live, we take calls at 713-526-5738. (Long distance charges may apply.)
For the purposes of this show, I operate on two mottoes:
You’re entitled to your own opinion, but not your own facts;
An educated electorate is a prerequisite for a democracy.
GUEST(S): (My guests’ full CV’s are at the bottom of this post.)
Mike Badzioch is chairman of the Houston Area Move To Amend (HAMTA). After graduating from college he joined VISTA (Volunteers in Service To America) and served in northern Michigan. Over the years, been involved in cancer research at UT/MD Anderson and the World Health Organization. He has been a Peace Corps volunteer, after which he helped start the local organization of Move To Amend in Houston. He spent 2 days at the 2014 Texas Republican State Convention in Dallas, which must offer some karmic credit.
Ben Ball is a retired executive with Gulf Oil, spent 30 years with Gulf Oil Corporation and retired as Corporate Vice President. he has degrees from MIT and Harvard Business School and done teaching and research at M.I.T. He’s served as a management consultant to corporations and governments worldwide, given expert testimony in dozens of state and federal court cases and before Congress and the United Nations, and served on many prestigious committees.
Madeleine Crozat-Williamshas lived in Houston since 1973. She is an LSU graduate with BS and PhD degrees in Chemistry. She owns and operates Las Manos Magicas, a gallery specializing in fine Mexican and Guatemalan folk art and fine ethnic jewelry and ethnic textiles. She’s taught Textiles and Visual Merchandising at the University of Houston, and Weaving at Texas Southern. She co-founded the Park Civic Association in the Montrose area. She’s been active with Code Pink, Keystone XL, and Iraq War protests among others, and helped to organize two public hearings, most recently about over-aggressive HPD behavior against demonstrators.
MOVE TO AMEND and the 28th Amendment to the US Constitution