- May 3, 201900:0040:41
Josh Holland, from The Nation, will lay out his case on why Congress should start impeachment proceedings against the president.
Heather “Digby” Parton from Salon join me to analyze all the big news stories from this week.
- Apr 26, 201900:00:0002:09:10
Welcome to Ring of Fire Radio, I’m Farron Cousins sitting in for Sam Seder this week. Today on the show The Trump administration continues to defy the rule of law and Democrats really only have one option – begin impeachment proceedings now!
Igor Volsky from Guns Down America will be here to tell us how we can fight back against the NRA.
Journalist Mike Stark will tell us his personal story of how right wing operatives are trying to silence journalists.
- Apr 19, 201900:0039:36
on today’s show…
Columnist, Gideon Rachman, will join us to explain why the Trump Era could last 30 years.
Heather “Digby” Parton from Salon join me to discuss a big week in the news…
- Apr 12, 201900:00:0001:54:08
On today’s show we’ll have interviews from Mass Torts Made Perfect, the largest plaintiff attorney seminar in the country.
Attorney Brian Witzer will tell us the amazing legal battle he is facing after helping a 15 year old boy who’s body began to blister and burn after taking, Motrim.
Jessica Pride will explain why the Me Too Movement has embolden women to speak out against sexual harassment in the work place and why she devotes her time to helping those affected.
Human Rights Attorney, Gavi Mairone, will join us to discuss why he sued a German Company for it’s involvement in making chemical weapons for Saddam Hussein.
Heather “Digby” Parton from Salon will be here to break down this week’s biggest news stories.
And we’ll hear from a former tobacco defense lawyer, Bethany Schneider, on why she made the switch to protect consumers from big corporations.
- Apr 5, 201900:0039:37
Heather “Digby” Parton from Salon join me to discuss the biggest news stories from the week…
And Paul Waldman, from The American Prospect, joins us to explain why Joe Biden is a link to the past, and not in a good way.