The David Pakman Show

The David Pakman Show - August 25, 2016

August 25, 201658 min
On the Show: --Peter Gray, research professor of psychology at Boston College and author of the book Free to Learn: Why Releasing the Instinct to Play Will Make Our Children Happier, More Self-Reliant, and Better Students for Life, joins David to discuss what the impact of not working would be on humans and society --Harold N. Bornstein, MD is in that department is in fact in the Gastroenterology department of Lenox Hill Hospital; Donald Trump's health letter is still very sketchy --At a rally in Jackson, Miss., Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump called Democratic foe Hillary Clinton a "bigot" and said that she would do "nothing" for African Americans and Hispanics --Bill Nye appeared on CNN to discuss the flooding in Louisiana; Bill Nye took the opportunity to slam CNN for their climate denying meteorologist --Amy Holmes, who now works for Rasmussen, blamed President Obama for creating Donald Trump --Documentary recommendation: The Two Escobars --The rate of Texas women who

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