Our guest at 7:06 AM is Michelle Weise, a higher education expert who specializes in disruptive innovation and the future of learning and work. Weise leads Strada Institute for the Future of Work, dedicated to advancing our understanding of the future of learning and work, so that we may begin to build the learning ecosystem of the future. We'll talk about the harm caused by underemployment -- working in a job that one is overqualified for -- a particularly important issue as our new college grades enter the work force. Read more here: http://time.com/money/5287552/%E2%80%A6/
And at 7:34 AM we'll talk with Daniel Kennard, a student at UC Berkeley and former contributor to Theatrius -- he lost that former position because he wanted to write a positive review about a non-politically-correct play. More here: https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/06/play-review-for-18-billion-prize-spiked-deemed-too-dangerous/
One wonders why liberals are so supportive of Palestinians who teach their children to glorify murder and terrorism. Watch this and weep...and then tell your anti-Israeli friends to get their heads on straight...
On Monday, President Trump disinvited the Superbowl champion Philadelphia Eagles from the traditional White House visit for the champs. It drew a response from Eagles receiver Torrey Smith, which I think is on target against Trump's petty action:
Kinda crazy to see this headline in 2018:
I don’t think this will go anywhere, but it’s interesting: