- Sep 25, 202000:00:0001:14:51
In *normal* times, the massive FinCEN Files investigation from BuzzFeed News and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists would have been front page news everywhere. But these times are anything but normal. So BuzzFeed News senior investigative reporter Jason Leopold joins us today to explain what's been pushed out of the headlines by a sociopathic president and his fascistic administration trying to steal another Supreme Court seat and another election.
- Sep 24, 202000:00:0001:00:00
Howie Klein of Down with Tyranny and the Blue America PAC is my regular guest every Thursday. Obviously, with this week's news, there's plenty to talk about. But the president refusing to promise a peaceful transferal of power to the next administration upended everything else on Wednesday. The reporter who asked the question was Brian Karem of Playboy, a friend of the show. So we'll get started with Brian Karem today, and move on from there...
- Sep 23, 202000:0059:58
It's very difficult to digest all that's happening around us, as it feels like the end of the American experiment. I'm not sure the US can survive if it continues on this Trumpian course. But then again, I'm not a historian. So we'll speak with one today.
Harvey J. Kaye is a historian and former professor at University of Wisconsin/Green Bay, and the author of a number of books including Thomas Paine & the Promise of America; T_he Fight for the Four Freedoms; Take Hold of Our History; FDR on Democracy._
We'll fully take advantage of his expertise when he joins us for the second half of the show. I'll attempt to bring you the latest news, such as it is, in the first half.
- Sep 22, 202000:00:0001:00:05
Just when we thought things couldn't go any worse, Ruth Bader Ginsberg goes and dies. I'm now convinced that 2020 is the Murphy's Law of years. As she does every Tuesday, GottaLaff jumps off Twitter for the hour to join us to talk about the shitshow that is life in 2020 and Trump's Amerikkka
- Sep 21, 202000:00:0001:00:18
We suffered a crushing blow on Friday with the news that Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died. After the wave of sadness passed came the feelings of panic. After all, RBG was the pin holding our tenuous grasp on democracy in place. Now what? Well, now we work harder than ever to insure her legacy lives on. Today I'll speak with a young man named Joshua Potash who's been keeping an eye on the world's protest movements, and trying to organize Americans to take to the streets and protect our rights.
- Sep 21, 202000:0005:58
Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsberg