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All Recent Audio Archives
Medical Marijuana On The Ballot In Missouri and KKFI Fall Pledge Drive ORIGINAL BROADCAST: October 15, 2018 | 9:00 am
We talk with 2 of the 3 Medical Marijuana measures on the ballot in Missouri. It is the KKFI Pledge Drive, please listen in and donate to show your support for Jaws of Justice Radio.
Two Books about the Decline of Work and the Middle Class: Gigged: The End of the Job and the Future of Work and Squeezed: Why Our Families Can’t Afford America ORIGINAL BROADCAST: October 11, 2018 | 6:00 pm
This week, we’ll ask: Is work as we know it disappearing as the middle class gets squeezed, and then gigged? We talk to two authors about two books Squeezed: Why Our Families Can't Afford America and Gigged: The End of the Job and the Future of Work.
Freeze Frame: “First Man” (PG-13), “Bad Times at the El Royale” (R), “The Hate U Give” (PG-13), “Colette” (R), “Goosebumps 2” (PG), “All About Nina” (R) ORIGINAL BROADCAST: October 12, 2018 | Noon on "Arts Magazine"
Oscar-winning director Damien Chazelle goes from “La La Land” to outer space with “First Man.” Ryan Gosling plays the ultra-reserved astronaut Neil Armstrong and Claire Foy is his devoted wife, Janet. It’s beautifully produced, but like Armstrong himself, “First Man” is emotionally aloof.
“Bad Times at the El Royale” is half of a great movie. This slick and violent grindhouse exploitation flick is involving and features a great cast, but it wears out its welcome in the bloated second half. It’s overdone and overlong but will be a guilty pleasure for some.
Amandla Stenberg gives a star making performance “The Hate U Give,” a YA offering about an African American teen walking a tightrope between her poor black neighborhood and the upscale white prep school she attends. This social drama has a lot more meat on its bones than most teen movies.
“Colette” is a decadent biopic about the infamous French writer. Keira Knightley plays the author of the semi-autobiographical novels about her bohemian lifestyle that scandalized early 20th century Paris. “Colette” may lack inspiration, but it’s never dull.
“Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween” is a sequel to the 2015 hit horror movie for kids inspired by R. L. Stine’s novels. Slappy the evil ventriloquist dummy is back to cause mayhem in this well-produced but completely predictable outing.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s impressive performance is the main draw of “All About Nina,” the tale of a struggling standup comic with serious sexual, addiction and relationship issues. It’s a decadent but well told story.
Also opening this week, Robert Redford stars as an elderly bank robber in “The Old Man and the Gun.” “Black 87” is an historic Irish thriller set during the Great Famine of 1847. The 18th annual Kansas International Film Festival takes place October 12-18th at the Glenwood Arts in Leawood. More information is available at kansasfilm.com.
Take Two: “A Star is Born” (R) ORIGINAL BROADCAST: October 12, 2018 | Fridays, 12:30 pm, Saturdays, 5:58 pm)
The fourth big screen adaptation of the old Hollywood backstage story is both a critical and box office hit. Bradley Cooper ("The Hangover") and pop music's Lady Gaga play romantically linked musicians in "A Star is Born." Cooper produced, directed and co-wrote the film as well as providing his own music.
Medical Marijuana From the Patients Perspective ORIGINAL BROADCAST: October 9, 2018 |
Jamie Jackson and Craig Lubow interview Chris Wolfenbarger about Amendment 2 on the Missouri ballot for medical marijuana from the patient's perspective.
Medical Marijuana from the Perspective of a Wounded Veteran ORIGINAL BROADCAST: October 9, 2018 | 06:00 pm
Radioactive hosts Jamie Jackson and Craig Lubow interview Chris Wolfenbarger about Missouri's Amendment 2 legalizing medical marijuana.
Regulation Designed to Tax Protesters For First Amendment Activity; and US Plans To Overthrow Venezuelan President ORIGINAL BROADCAST: October 9, 2018 | 9:00 am
The Trump administration wants demonstrators to pay to use public parks, sidewalks and streets to engage in free speech. The Trump administration discussed plans to overthrow Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro with certain Venezuelan military leaders.
Marjorie Cohn on Brett Kavanaugh, Neil DeMause on Amazon ORIGINAL BROADCAST: October 9, 2018 | 6:30pm
Why are Republicans so set on pushing through a candidate opposed by a coalition of Christian churches, as well as thousands of law professors, as well as anyone concerned with sexual assault? And beyond his “temperament,” what ought we know about Kavanaugh’s record as a judge?
ARTSPEAK RADIO with Phil Kinen, Philip Blue Owl Hooser, Livestock Exchange Open Studios, and The Drugstore ORIGINAL BROADCAST: October 10, 2018 | 12:00 pm
Wednesday October 10, 2018 Noon - 1PM CST
Host/producer Maria Vasquez Boyd welcomes playwright/producer Phil Keenan, actor/playwright Philip Blue Owl Hooser, artists Charlene Pryer, Teresa Dirks, Andrew Erdrich, Fredy Gabuardy, and Francisco Gabuardi Montealegre.
How to Address the Environment by Community Involvement ORIGINAL BROADCAST: October 8, 2018 | 6:00 pm
The issue of an underground gasoline leak at the midtown corner of 31st ST and Cleveland, Kansas City MO, is a historic example of the great power of community involvement. Joseph Jackson will be the guest of Richard Mabion. Joseph Jackson is a veteran of the United States Air Force and former member of the Kansas City Missouri School Board and Treasurer for the Kansas City Public Schools. He is a community advocate and former neighborhood President of Santa Fe Area Council and member of the Kansas City Neighborhood Advisory Council.