Podcasts: Saturday Morning Live

Podcasts

Saturday Morning Live

Saturdays from 8 – 9am
Hosted by Kris Halterman and sponsored by Asset Advisors.

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Saturday Morning Live – 5/23/15

Guest host Todd Hausman chats with teachers Linda Myrick and Amy Smyth Miller about the issue of standardized testing.

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Saturday Morning Live 5/16/15

Scott Hausman fills in for Kris Halterman, talking with Marilyn McKenna about her upcoming book “Eat Like It Matters,” a…

health insurance

Saturday Morning Live – 5/9/15

Host Kris Halterman chats with Dr. Roger Stark, of the Washington Policy Center, about health care and health insurance in…

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Saturday Morning Live – 5/2/15

Host Kris Halterman talks with Bellingham Police Chief Clifford Cook and Whatcom County Sheriff Bill Elfo.

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Saturday Morning Live – 4/25/15

Guest host Jacob Deschenes talks to Bakken.com’s Rob Port about North Dakota’s oil boom.

Trees

Saturday Morning Live – 4/18/15

Host Kris Halterman talks with Dr. Patrick Moore, original co-founder and former leader of Greenpeace.

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Saturday Morning Live – 4/11/15

Guest host Glen Morgan addresses corruption in local government.

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Saturday Morning Live – 4/4/15

Guest Host, Glen Morgan fills in for Kris Halterman. First half:  Conservation District’s; their history, why we established them, and…

In this photo taken Oct. 23, 2012, a dilapidated structure is seen jutting out into the Strait of Georgia along the beach just south of the location of a proposed coal exporting terminal in Ferndale, Wash., just north of Bellingham, Wash. In the distance behind are an existing aluminum plant and oil refinery. The progressive college town of Bellingham is at the center of one of the fiercest environmental debates in the region: should the Northwest become a hub for exporting U.S. coal to Asia? A proposal to build one of as many as five coal terminals here has divided the town, pitting union and businesses that welcome jobs against environmentalists who worry about coal dust and greenhouse gas emissions. A trade group is running TV ads touting the projects, while numerous cities such as Seattle and Portland are opposing coal trains through their communities.

Saturday Morning Live 3/28/15

Host Kris Halterman talks with county councilmember Barbara Brenner, Jack Petree of Public Policy Perspectives and former County Planning Commission…

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Saturday Morning Live 3/21/15

Host Kris Halterman talks with property rights expert Glenn Morgan and hydrogeologist Ed Kildof about a new flood plain proposal…

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