TRC #501: Mail Bag + Einstein Rejection Letter + Grapefruit and Drugs Don’t Mix? + U.S. Lost 1500 Migrant Children?

With all the hoopla of episode 500 done, the TRC crew gets back to business.  First we reach into our mailbag for a couple of listener’s letters. Next Darren looks into the authenticity of a rejection letter Albert Einstein supposedly received from the University of Bern. Cristina asks can grapefruit juice be lethal when mixed with drugs? Lastly Adam checks out recent headlines that the U.S Government lost 1,500 immigrant children.

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Einstein Rejection Letter


Stack Exchange

University of Bern

Steve Buttry

Grapefruit and Drugs Don’t Mix?





Medical News Today

U.S. Lost 1500 Migrant Children?

Hundreds of Immigrant Children Have Been Taken From Parents at U.S. Border – NY Times

At the border, my son was taken from me – CNN

To Curb Illegal Immigration, DHS Separating Families At The Border – NPR

“Where’s Mommy?”: A family fled death threats, only to face separation at the border. – Washington Post

US lost track of 1,500 immigrant children, but says it’s not ‘legally responsible’ – CNN

The Case of the Missing Immigrant Children – The New Yorker

Here’s what’s really happening with the 1,500 ‘missing’ immigrant children – CNN

The 1,500 “missing” migrant children: an immigration expert explains what you need to know – Vox

The real immigration crisis isn’t “missing” children. It’s family separations. – Vox

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One Response to TRC #501: Mail Bag + Einstein Rejection Letter + Grapefruit and Drugs Don’t Mix? + U.S. Lost 1500 Migrant Children?

  1. Jacque Hafner says:

    I just wanted to add to your report on the separation of immigrant children. While I totally agree what is happening to them is horrible, you did not mention that all these people have crossed the border illegally. They have bi-passed the line to take a chance on not being caught.

    I am a new listener and I have enjoyed your program so far. Thanks for listening.

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