Guests: Jordan Seaberry, Chairman, Univocal Legislative Minority Advisory Commission, Joe Mathieu, Morning Anchor, WBZ NewsRadio 1030, CBS Boston
From Washington, D.C., Llewellyn King discusses the fate of utilities in the solar age with David Owens of the Edison Electric Institute and esteemed energy journalist Bill Loveless.
Llewellyn King sits down with historian James M. Scott to discuss his newest book, “Target Tokyo: Jimmy Doolittle and The Raid That Avenged Pearl Harbor”. The technology, logistics and politics behind the 1942 Doolittle airstrike on Tokyo are covered in depth – a must-watch for history buffs!
Llewellyn and Linda sit down for a chat about the extreme disconnect occurring in American politics; Llewellyn reads from his latest editorial work.
In Episode 7014 of White House Chronicle, Llewellyn King and Linda Gasparello interview Naomi Thompson, Associate Vice President for the Office of Community, Equity and Diversity, University of Rhode Island, on diversity on the American campus. Topics covered include the challenges facing collegiate diversity efforts, the merits of Obama’s push for affordable higher education, the history of diversity on college campuses, and more.
November 1st, 2015. Llewellyn King sits down with Mary Dimmock, ME/CFS advocate, for a very special episode of White House Chronicle. Llewellyn has long decried the scandal of the U.S. government’s continued ignorance of the terrible human cost of myalgic encephalomyelitis. In this hugely important episode, Dimmock and King give voice to the stories of those afflicted, outline the ways in which medicine as a business works against medicine as a matter of health, and discuss the possibilities of building enough awareness and consensus to score a rare victory in the colossally important fight against ME.