I’ve Got Issues (WCPT)


In this episode of “Ive Got Issues,” I interview J-Street spokesperson Alan Elsner and Chicago progressive Advocate Andy Thayer. The discussions include the Mideast peace process, the lousy airlines, and current politics.

One Response to I’ve Got Issues (WCPT)

  1. Jeff Kwasek says:

    Wayne . . I called in and attempted a comment at the end of your 7/19 program about evolution . .
    If we had had more time (and perhaps your interest) . . I would have wanted to challenge the so-called science of evolution. I’m not a creationist or inclined to give a God figure the credit for complex life, I simply challenge the science behind evolution, specifically the problem of “irreducible complexity”. . I think evolution science does a poor job attempting an explanation for the evolutional processes behind organ development. The classic example is the human eye . . which works in conjunction with the brain. Science can not adequately describe how such a biological system could have evolved. The notion of precursors comes to mind . . i.e. what were the precursor organs to a functional eye / brain system? The eye only works when ALL of it’s constituent parts are present and function along with the brain. Such complexity is not accounted for by natural selection. . . .
    Anyway, that would have been my starting point for a discussion with you. You stated if I had a week to challenge you on such a topic, I wouldn’t convince you. I respect / agree with most of your views on your program . . but that statement I found disappointing and wanting. I’m ok with science explaining life . . but evolution as a science I find faulty . . ! I challenge you to take up the mantle / mantel, however you spell that . .


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