China Dream

China Dream

Top of Mind with Julie Rose - Radio Archive, Episode 143 , Segment 1

Episode: China, Alliances, Marijuana Debunked, Work-Family Balance

  • Sep 17, 2015 9:00 pm
  • 21:41 mins

Guest: Frederick Crook, Director of Research at The China Group  China’s President Xi Jinping is scheduled to visit the US at the end of this month. In addition to being guest of honor at a state dinner at the White House, President Xi will speak to the United Nations General Assembly and participate in a technology forum China is organizing in Seattle.  In one of those appearances, he just might utter the term “China Dream.” In 2013, it emerged as the catchphrase of his regime, emblazoned on enormous posters and billboards that popped up overnight in public places all over China.

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Marijuana Debunked

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Guest: Ed Gogek, M.D., Addiction Psychiatrist and Medical Director at the Bridges Network and Viewpoint Dual Recovery Center  In Colorado Springs, a new business model called “Gas and Grass” will appear next month. People will be able purchase medical marijuana and fill up their cars in one stop. Recreational marijuana use today is legal in four states – Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington – and many other states are now considering if they should legalize marijuana. Some worry that we’re sending the wrong message to teens by legalizing marijuana for adult use, even if it is intended to be only for medicinal purposes.  Psychiatrist Ed Gogek has seen marijuana use increase among teens over the past several years, and says that their marijuana use can have long-term negative consequences in a variety of aspects of their adult lives.

Guest: Ed Gogek, M.D., Addiction Psychiatrist and Medical Director at the Bridges Network and Viewpoint Dual Recovery Center  In Colorado Springs, a new business model called “Gas and Grass” will appear next month. People will be able purchase medical marijuana and fill up their cars in one stop. Recreational marijuana use today is legal in four states – Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington – and many other states are now considering if they should legalize marijuana. Some worry that we’re sending the wrong message to teens by legalizing marijuana for adult use, even if it is intended to be only for medicinal purposes.  Psychiatrist Ed Gogek has seen marijuana use increase among teens over the past several years, and says that their marijuana use can have long-term negative consequences in a variety of aspects of their adult lives.