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J's Lunch Counter hosts a free-flowing conversation with guests discussing the latest news and events. Topics include: Race and Gender, Religion and Faith, Culture and Entertainment, Politics and World News, and much, much, more.

Latest Episodes

A March For Our Lives

This past weekend, the country watched as hundreds of thousands of students gathered for the "March For Our Lives" Rally, to advocate for gun control reform in the United States. Today, I am joined by Katie Kerns, who attended the march in Washington D.C. Katie shares her perspective and experience at the march, and together we look at the most significant themes and messages shared this weekend.

67 MIN2018 MAR 28
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A March For Our Lives

The Facebook - Cambridge Analytica Show

#DeleteFacebook? I don't know if we need to go that far - but you do need to check out this week's podcast about Facebook, Cambridge Analytica, and the way our social media information is now used. Michael Oghia, an internet security specialist working in Internet Governance, joins me to discuss the meaning of social media data, how it's used for good, how it's used illegally, and how it influences our spending, our information gathering and media consumption, and of course, our politics.

83 MIN2018 MAR 23
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The Facebook - Cambridge Analytica Show

A Conversation About Teachers

On today's show, I am joined by Kelsey Hayes, 8th grade teacher and policy advocate, to talk about the challenges that teachers face in the classroom, and in the modern political climate. Our home state of KY is in the middle of a pension crisis, and the Republican leadership has proposed a pension reform bill that would dramatically and negatively impact teachers. Listen as we discuss the hardships teachers face, and the ways they overcome them to educate future generations.

66 MIN2018 MAR 14
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A Conversation About Teachers

The Trump-Russia Investigation Continues...

Episode 58 is a follow-up conversation with my good friend Meredith Scalos, discussing the latest developments in the FBI's special investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

85 MIN2018 MAR 7
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The Trump-Russia Investigation Continues...

The Debate About Guns

In the wake of mass shootings in Parkland, Florida and Marshall County in Kentucky, J's Lunch Counter takes an in-depth look into the gun control debate. We are joined by special guest Paul S. John, Manager for Mayoral Outreach of the non-profit organization Everytown for Gun Safety. We explore why its so difficult for us to talk about guns, whether there are certain gun control regulations that most Americans agree, and the role of mental health in this discussion.

84 MIN2018 FEB 28
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The Debate About Guns

The Black Panther Show

Today we're discussing Black Panther - from the casting of such a dynamic roster of talented actors and actresses, to one of Marvel's best stories to date, the directing job of Ryan Coogler, and the display of the African utopia of Wakanda. Black Panther certainly represents a moment in time for the culture, and we are here for it. *CONTAINS SPOILERS*

102 MIN2018 FEB 20
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The Black Panther Show

It's Hard To Host A Podcast In The Trump Era

Once I hit the record button, this Friday *Happy Hour* show took a bit of a turn. Listen today as I share some open thoughts about ONE of the challenges to discussing politics in this Administration, hear how I've been shaped and moved by this recent immigration debate, and hear the real reason why I was upset with the totally appropriate Democrat response to the government shutdown.

42 MIN2018 JAN 26
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It's Hard To Host A Podcast In The Trump Era

Dismantling of the HIV/AIDS Council, CHIP Funding In Jeopardy, and Obamacare's Death by a Thousand Cuts

On today's show, I am joined by Cara Stewart of the Kentucky Equal Justice Center to discuss three important healthcare stories that have gotten lost in recent political coverage. We discuss the future of U.S. HIV/AIDS policy after Trump fired the members of the Presidential Council on HIV/AIDS, Congress securing funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and how this affects families in Kentucky and across the country, and the impact of the GOP Tax bill on healthcare policy.

71 MIN2018 JAN 17
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Dismantling of the HIV/AIDS Council, CHIP Funding In Jeopardy, and Obamacare's Death by a Thousand Cuts

2017 Year In Review (Pt. 2)

We're back for Pt. 2 of our 2017 recap, joined by my guests Junis and Griffin. We begin where Pt. 1 left off, looking at the biggest stories in sports, including Colin Kaepernick and the NFL Protests, Trump's war of words with professional athletes, & another look at the impact of Lavar Ball. We also explore the year in politics, including Donald Trump's first year in office, and the impact of the rise of the white supremacist movement in the wake of the protests in Charlottesville, VA.

95 MIN2018 JAN 10
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2017 Year In Review (Pt. 2)

2017 Year In Review (Part 1)

On today's show, we look back at 2017, with a reflection on some of the biggest stories of the year. My guests and I explore the year in music, tv, film, and all of entertainment. From the generational enthusiasm of Jay-Z's 4:44 to the rise of Cardi B, we take a closer look at how music shaped the culture in 2017. We also discuss arguably the biggest story of the year - the ongoing allegations of sexual harassment and assault against high profile figures in media and politics.

92 MIN2018 JAN 4
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2017 Year In Review (Part 1)

Latest Episodes

A March For Our Lives

This past weekend, the country watched as hundreds of thousands of students gathered for the "March For Our Lives" Rally, to advocate for gun control reform in the United States. Today, I am joined by Katie Kerns, who attended the march in Washington D.C. Katie shares her perspective and experience at the march, and together we look at the most significant themes and messages shared this weekend.

67 MIN2018 MAR 28
Comments
A March For Our Lives

The Facebook - Cambridge Analytica Show

#DeleteFacebook? I don't know if we need to go that far - but you do need to check out this week's podcast about Facebook, Cambridge Analytica, and the way our social media information is now used. Michael Oghia, an internet security specialist working in Internet Governance, joins me to discuss the meaning of social media data, how it's used for good, how it's used illegally, and how it influences our spending, our information gathering and media consumption, and of course, our politics.

83 MIN2018 MAR 23
Comments
The Facebook - Cambridge Analytica Show

A Conversation About Teachers

On today's show, I am joined by Kelsey Hayes, 8th grade teacher and policy advocate, to talk about the challenges that teachers face in the classroom, and in the modern political climate. Our home state of KY is in the middle of a pension crisis, and the Republican leadership has proposed a pension reform bill that would dramatically and negatively impact teachers. Listen as we discuss the hardships teachers face, and the ways they overcome them to educate future generations.

66 MIN2018 MAR 14
Comments
A Conversation About Teachers

The Trump-Russia Investigation Continues...

Episode 58 is a follow-up conversation with my good friend Meredith Scalos, discussing the latest developments in the FBI's special investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

85 MIN2018 MAR 7
Comments
The Trump-Russia Investigation Continues...

The Debate About Guns

In the wake of mass shootings in Parkland, Florida and Marshall County in Kentucky, J's Lunch Counter takes an in-depth look into the gun control debate. We are joined by special guest Paul S. John, Manager for Mayoral Outreach of the non-profit organization Everytown for Gun Safety. We explore why its so difficult for us to talk about guns, whether there are certain gun control regulations that most Americans agree, and the role of mental health in this discussion.

84 MIN2018 FEB 28
Comments
The Debate About Guns

The Black Panther Show

Today we're discussing Black Panther - from the casting of such a dynamic roster of talented actors and actresses, to one of Marvel's best stories to date, the directing job of Ryan Coogler, and the display of the African utopia of Wakanda. Black Panther certainly represents a moment in time for the culture, and we are here for it. *CONTAINS SPOILERS*

102 MIN2018 FEB 20
Comments
The Black Panther Show

It's Hard To Host A Podcast In The Trump Era

Once I hit the record button, this Friday *Happy Hour* show took a bit of a turn. Listen today as I share some open thoughts about ONE of the challenges to discussing politics in this Administration, hear how I've been shaped and moved by this recent immigration debate, and hear the real reason why I was upset with the totally appropriate Democrat response to the government shutdown.

42 MIN2018 JAN 26
Comments
It's Hard To Host A Podcast In The Trump Era

Dismantling of the HIV/AIDS Council, CHIP Funding In Jeopardy, and Obamacare's Death by a Thousand Cuts

On today's show, I am joined by Cara Stewart of the Kentucky Equal Justice Center to discuss three important healthcare stories that have gotten lost in recent political coverage. We discuss the future of U.S. HIV/AIDS policy after Trump fired the members of the Presidential Council on HIV/AIDS, Congress securing funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and how this affects families in Kentucky and across the country, and the impact of the GOP Tax bill on healthcare policy.

71 MIN2018 JAN 17
Comments
Dismantling of the HIV/AIDS Council, CHIP Funding In Jeopardy, and Obamacare's Death by a Thousand Cuts

2017 Year In Review (Pt. 2)

We're back for Pt. 2 of our 2017 recap, joined by my guests Junis and Griffin. We begin where Pt. 1 left off, looking at the biggest stories in sports, including Colin Kaepernick and the NFL Protests, Trump's war of words with professional athletes, & another look at the impact of Lavar Ball. We also explore the year in politics, including Donald Trump's first year in office, and the impact of the rise of the white supremacist movement in the wake of the protests in Charlottesville, VA.

95 MIN2018 JAN 10
Comments
2017 Year In Review (Pt. 2)

2017 Year In Review (Part 1)

On today's show, we look back at 2017, with a reflection on some of the biggest stories of the year. My guests and I explore the year in music, tv, film, and all of entertainment. From the generational enthusiasm of Jay-Z's 4:44 to the rise of Cardi B, we take a closer look at how music shaped the culture in 2017. We also discuss arguably the biggest story of the year - the ongoing allegations of sexual harassment and assault against high profile figures in media and politics.

92 MIN2018 JAN 4
Comments
2017 Year In Review (Part 1)
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