The student senate at Stanford University wants the school to dump any investment that benefits the state of Israel. It's part of a growing strategy backers say promotes self-determination for both Israelis and Palestinians. Critics say the real aim is the destruction of Israel. Monday on The Sound of Ideas, we'll get some perspective from Middle east scholar Joel Beinin and we'll talk about the Israeli prime minister's upcoming speech to Congress. Join host Mike McIntyre.
The Cleveland Browns introduce a new logo that's just a shade different from the old. It's certainly got the Dawg Pound barking. But seriously... Orange you expecting more? Deer lovers are upset that the feds green-lighted a plan to kill off several hundred deer in Cuyahoga Valley National Park. A local TV host drops a racial epithet that brings a fire storm of criticism. And we'll review the Governor's State of the State speech. Join Rick Jackson for The Sound of Ideas Friday morning at 9:00.
Twenty five local residents with ideas on how to improve life in our region will pitch their concepts to community leaders tonight in a massive civic version of Shark Tank. Those judges will pick five finalists who will sell their ideas to an audience, the winner receiving $5,000 to help make the idea reality. We'll hear from some of these big thinkers on the Sound of Ideas and we want your ideas, too, big or small, to make life better in Northeast Ohio.
Governor John Kasich, beginning his second term on the heels of a resounding re-election victory, offers his state of the state speech tonight in Wilmington. Wednesday at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas, we'll discuss what the possible 2016 GOP presidential contender had to say. He's sure to discuss his budget proposals, which include further reductions income taxes, hikes in the fracking tax, and continued expansion of Medicaid. Join Mike McIntyre with your analysis.
Public transportation in Northeast Ohio is always a hot topic, whether its investment in new projects, the reach of service or simply whether the buses and trains run on time. On this Sound of Ideas, we're joined by the man who drives, figuratively, the Regional Transit Authority bus, CEO Joe Calabrese. How will Public Square's remake impact bus service? What new projects are planned? How's the financial picture?
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