Just after starting to evolve this Wiki World Order project of mine into a fuller multimedia format, I thought it would be good practice for me to interview my folks and interesting for a funny sampling of audiences. These early 2010 interviews were partially to help record the story of my earliest activism against Big Tobacco from age nine to 19 with my brother Max, for use in an upcoming episode. But far beyond my own activist beginnings, I hope to have teased out many of their qualities which have helped me to so positively radicalize myself over my first three decades.
Matthew Lesko (born May 11, 1943) is an American author, self-proclaimed federal grant researcher, and infomercial personality. He has written more than twenty books telling people how to get money from the United States government. He is popularly known as “that question mark guy” for the Riddler-like suits that he wears in his television commercials, infomercials, interviews, and in his everyday life.” –Wikipedia
“Wendy Schaetzel Lesko is the executive director of the Youth Activism Project. Lesko is an author of several books on youth-led advocacy, especially in the public policy arena, and recognized nationally as a youth voice expert.” –Wikipedia