Fridays from 5:00 to 6:00 pm

Dialogue where we are CHANGING THE CONVERSATION and it begins with you! Host MK discusses the deeper motivations behind a wide range of  topics from Mental Health to Social Trends to Political Issues and Moral Questions and most importantly how to keep our humanity alive and thriving in a rapidly changing commodified imperialistic consumer-driven hi-tech corporate world. We look at the ever expanding vision and language behind what it means to be human in today’s world and the importance of growing our tolerance and strength. Join her Friday where she delves into the deeper issues at hand from 5PM-6PM!


Wake Up Call Segment Host/Producer MK Mendoza speaks with Author/Pastor and Radio Commentator Nathan I. Roberts about his new book Deserted: Retelling Bible Stories Without an Angry God.


As we sit on the brink of troubling tension with Iran, many concerned about the possibility of another war, MK Mendoza is joined by Veteran Sergeant Angela Peacock who knows the personal cost of war and what post traumatic stress can do. She is not alone. Nearly one out of every ten people in our adult population is a veteran and in some NM counties, that number is close to every 2 out of ten. Men make up the more than 90% of veterans. And women just less than ten percent. Yet close to a third of all suffer silently with Post Traumatic Stress.

Dialogue Host MK Mendoza speaks with special guest and listener Tony Quilico about his take on the importance of democracy in the workplace.

To Burn or Not To Burn? That is the question when it comes to Santa Fe Forests, the community weighs in on their thoughts and concerns regarding the prescribed burning of our natural forests-an issue filled with complexity and layers that harbor many voices from the quality of the air we breathe to the strategies used to thin and burn the forests as harmful or helpful.

It's rare when you hear two sides of normal opposition coming together to find common ground. That's what you find here as families discuss the complexities of dealing with just the concept of "mental illness" in family members. In the world of mental health, division remains between those who embrace the "medical model" interpretation of mental "illness" and those who do not.

Dr. Chuck Ruby-Executive Director- International society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry

Executive Director of the International Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry Dr. Chuck Ruby weighs in on the medical model definition of mental “illness “ as not only scientifically inaccurate but extremely harmful. (There may be some redundancy in Part Two as there was a recap included in the initial airing for those who might have missed Part One).

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Miami Herald

Renowned Criminal Defense Attorney Mark Donatelli gives his assessment of the take-aways from what the Epstein Case revealed about the serious failures within our criminal justice and social welfare systems. 


Daniel J and MK open up the phone lines to get callers' feedback on who and what they think the case of Jeffrey Epstein is all about.


MK and Daniel J let callers air their feelings about the deadliest weekend in US history after two mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio take place within hours of each other.

A Conversation on Eugenics' Role in the Holocaust

Sep 13, 2019

MK and Daniel J discuss the history of Eugenics and its contribution to the Holocaust and the United State's own role in promoting its ideology.

High Strangeness with Daniel J: Talking Seances

Jun 28, 2019
Amelia's Galena Ghost Tours

Have you been to a seance? What was it like? Tune in as Daniel J shares excerpts from his interview with an expert in the field and listen in as one listener describes her own experience.

High Strangeness with Daniel J-Talking Mediums

Jun 28, 2019

Dialogue Host MK Mendoza welcomes Daniel J AKA Dr. Strange-Life to talk High Strangenss again and this time they are talking about mediumship.

Mike Church

Dialogue Host MK Mendoza interviews Mad in America Author Jessica DeArcangelis about her experience in a behavioral health center that changed her mind about going into mainstream psychiatry.  After seeing how patients were still treated today in inhumane and cruel ways, the treatments seemed more harmful than helpful. Her full article is listed below and the interviews consists of talking about how this experience set her onto a path of seeking alternative ways to help people experiencing mental distress, see the below link.


  Wake Up Call Segment Host/Producer MK Mendoza speaks with Acclaimed Intellectual, Author and Lecturer Carolin Emcke about Carolin’s new book, “Against Hate”. 

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Wake Up Call Segment Producer/Host MK Mendoza talks with Author David Bedrick on how changing our internal psychological dialogue can change our larger socio-political one and how those two often work in tandem. He discusses the definition of gaslighting and shame and how to begin to bring real integrity to our political conversation that recognizes and promotes our humanity.