Solartopia Green Power & Wellness Hour Harvey Wasserman embraces your views with a Solartopian vision of the people’s politics, ecology, holistic health and much more.

August 18, 2017  
We spend our hour in solartopia with the great
Peace activist David Swanson talking to us from the belly of the beast. 
David has observed the chaos and bloodshed in charlottesville firsthand. 
His insights and opinions on Trump, racism, activism and violence are not to be missed. 
This is a priceless hour with a uniquely important American commentator right from the front. 
August 11, 2017  


Following a successful “Nagasaki / Nixon Day” gathering ( ) aimed at abolishing nuke weapons and removing Donald Trump, we are joined by three great activist/experts in discussing the clear and present danger of a nuclear apocalypse…and how to prevent it from happening.
Long-time Santa Monica-based JERRY RUBIN is joined by author/activist LANCE SIMMONS, and radio/TV analyst PROF. PETER MATHEWS as we run through the catalog of dire possibilities.
In contrast with John Kennedy during the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, the current occupant of the White House has no moral compass, and no intellectual capacity worthy of handling the complexities of global arrears.  His threats against North Korea have been needless, juvenile and supremely dangerous.  He seems to have no idea or concern for the billions of lives he could destroy.  
Along with the need to unify our opposition to Trump’s insanity, we discuss the possibilities of nationwide rallies, a general strike, impeachment and more….I
If you are as on edge as the rest of us, don’t miss this show.
August 4, 2017  

THE MONUMENTAL COLLAPSE OF THE VC SUMMER NUKE PROJECT is explained by long-time activists TOM CLEMENTS of Friends of the Earth in Columbia, South Carolina, and PAUL GUNTER of Beyond Nuclear in our nation’s capital.

The cancellation of the huge double-reactor construction project drops the number of commercial reactors being built in the US to just two, which are the Vogtle reactors in neighboring Georgia.  As Clements and Gunter explain, like the now-dead Summer project, Vogtle is also massively over budget and years overdue.  The bankruptcy of Westinghouse and the weakness of its parent company, Toshiba, forced the VC Summer cancellation and could soon do the same to Vogtle.

Should Vogtle be cancelled, the US would have zero reactors under construction for the first time since the 1950s, opening the door to a real transition to Solartopia, based on decentralized and community-owned green power.

Don’t miss hearing these brilliant long-time activists spell out how this shut-down has happened, and what is likely to come next in the fast-transforming world of energy.