Sep 20, 2018
David Bride, President of the Central Indiana Chapter of the AFL-CIO (with 25,000 members) talks about right-to-work, Labor Fest (an annual labor day celebration on Georgia Street), and his six-year-old daughter who convinced Mayor Hogsett to visit her school.
In "Shout Out" at the end, Morton advocates cross...
Sep 14, 2018
This unstructured, unscripted conversation leads to a lesson in fundamental economics, hedge funds, debt (local,national,corporate) the stock market, Paul Samuelson and a share of meaningless frivolity.
Sep 7, 2018
Indianapolis Business Journal editor Greg Andrews talks to Morton and John about his reporting and editing career, the challenges of providing news both in print and on line, and the use and misuse of press releases.
During "Sound Off" Morton describes new GDP statistics organized, for the first time, by county.
Aug 31, 2018
Physical trainer Sam Woodworth discusses his profession and the related science. As author of "Foam Rolling," Sam describes the discipline, which often precedes a work out He also states that a more important element of life is the quality of posture, day in and day out.
At the end, in a new section called "Sound...
Aug 23, 2018
Long-time Indiana labor leader Chuck Deppert comments on the decline of labor unions, the status of modern union leadership, a possibility of new organizations emerging, and accomplishments of his life in the labor movement.