When you meet someone new, something that seems likely to be happening frequently for you right now, go right to the level of values. Cut past the superficiality and niceties and do your best to identify what you actually have in common with the person. Listen for clues about what he or she counts as the most significant elements of their existence.
As you head into the weekend (for many U.S. readers, a long holiday), you’ll want to know that the astrology has some things to say about power struggles and confrontations. Mercury and Mars, both in Cancer, are opposing Pluto in Capricorn. At their best, this pair of oppositions can be leveraged to get beneath the surface of things.
As Republicans attempt to revive a bill to overturn Obamacare, today’s show considers the radical right’s attempt to reshape the role of the federal government—from healthcare to education to housing. Discussing this is Duke University historian Nancy MacLean, author of the new book, “Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America.”
As you head into the weekend (a holiday weekend in the U.S.), you’ll want to know that the astrology has some things to say about power struggles and confrontations. Mercury and Mars, both in Cancer, are opposing Pluto in Capricorn. As Amanda Painter notes, these aspects have their constructive sides, but also come with a caution.
As three Chicago police officers face charges for covering up the police shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, today’s show examines the cases of Philando Castile, Sam DuBose and Sylville Smith—three black men killed by police officers. Lately, two of the officers were acquitted; one had a mistrial.