Tuesday's Show

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Bob talks with public radio space reporter Pat Duggins about NASA’s next giant leap. His new book is titled Trailblazing Mars and Duggins will update us on the future of the space program under the Obama administration and beyond.  Then, blogger Michael Redman and former nurse Lisa Epstein are two very unlikely people to take on the big banks of Wall Street.  But the two ordinary citizens advocated so persistently for the last two years, that many institutions, such as JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America, temporarily stopped their foreclosures.  Redman and Epstein will describe how they got involved, what they learned, and what problems they still foresee for homeowners nationwide.  Their website is 4closurefraud.org.