Andy Larsen is a Seattle pastor, peace activist, and producer of a new documentary "Blessed are the Peacemakers - one man's journey to find the heart of Palestine." He traveled to Israel and the occupied West Bank to see if anyone was interested in a peaceful settlement, and came to the conclusion that it's time for both sides to police their own extremists.
The gas in your car is made from stolen oil. And the sooner we cut off the thieves, the safer the world will be. Dave Ross interviews Leif Wenar, Chair of Philosophy and Law at King's College London and author of "Blood Oil". Wenar speaks tonight (1-27-16) at 7:00 at Town Hall.
Suppose there was a way to get us to behave ourselves without passing more laws. There's a display in the State Capitol rotunda this session, sponsored by the Evans School of public policy, which is pretty simple: four large posters, right where every Legislature can see them -- pushing a concept known as Social Marketing. They're the idea of Nancy Lee, co-author with Philip Kotler of "Social Marketing, Influencing Behaviors for Good." She talked with Dave about how to get results without new laws.