The Thanksgiving Show: Turkey, Wine & Farmers’ Market Sides
Thanksgiving is around the corner, and Russ Parsons co-hosts Good Food’s holiday show for the third year in a row. We delve into all things Thanksgiving from roast turkey to farmers’ market sides.
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Nov 22, 2014
The Immigration Debate
Is Obama acting as an imperial president or a common sense immigration reformer?
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Nov 21, 2014
Immigration Action in L.A., New Hunger Games, and Ferguson Emails
How will President Obama’s immigration action affect the more than one million undocumented immigrants here in Los Angeles? Also, in our weekly film segment, we talk about the latest Hunger Games installment and other new releases.
President Obama’s Executive Order on Immigration: Five Million Protected
Republicans claim the President has created a “constitutional crisis” by exceeding his authority with last night’s executive order to protect five million illegal immigrants from deportation. He says he’s only doing what other presidents have done before. We hear about political eruptions from the White House to Capitol Hill.
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Award-winning moderator Warren Olney leads lively, thoughtful and provocative discussion on the issues Southern Californians care about.