Things didn't go as well as we had hoped last night, but the political revolution continues. This morning, Nicole Sandler opens the phones to talk with her listeners - from the Bernie or Busters to those who say we must unify to defeat Trump . Deborah Newell became a citizen to be able to vote for Bernie Sanders, and joins in today to talk about the road forward.
We're at the end of the week that gave us Donald Trump as the presumptive Republican nominee for the 2016 presidential race. Fubar about sums it up. Today, Nicole talks with Thomas Frank, author "Listen Liberal - or What ever happened to the Party of the People?" and opens the phones to get the listeners' views on how to move forward
Nicole Sandler was at last night's Democratic debate in Miami and shares her observations from the back of the hall. Harvey J. Kaye returns to discuss the insanity of the 2016 election season and more. And foreclosure defense attorney Bruce Jacobs tells us why the foreclosure crisis hasn't been mentioned in the debates, but is the sleeper issue of the 2016 election cycle.
It's Friday, and Nicole is worn out from watching Bernie getting berated by Chris Matthews, and the mud wrestling posing as a presidential debate last night. But she'll talk about the state of the presidential race with Julianna Forlano. And for Flashback Friday, it's a conversation with Little Steven Van Zandt
One day before the NH primary, the Clintons & their surrogates go for the Sanders jugular. RJ Eskow & Stephanie Kelton join in to explain how Bernie's economic plans would work. And if it's Monday, Joel Silberman returns to take on the candidates and the media too.
It's a busy day on the show, as Nicole Sandler hosts The Clash over Campaign Cash, a debate between Move to Amend's David Cobb and Shaun McCutcheon, who won his suit claiming aggregate limits on the amount of money an individual can contribute to a political party or the number of Federal candidates is unconstitutional at the Supreme Court. In the first hour, Nicole welcomes Tim Canova, the law professor and political activist challenging Debbie Wasserman Schultz in the primary. And Deborah Newell joins in for our Wednesday morning dip into the Oy FloriDUH files too.
I'm having some challenges with today's show. While I'm attempting to upload the podcast, enjoy this live stream of Bernie Sanders' policy speech on Wall Street reform. I'm pretty confident that it won't be broadcast live anywhere in the mainstream corporate media.
Nicole Sandler continues her look back at 2015, covering a lot of ground today: Cliff Schecter joins in to talk guns, mass shootings and the Tamir Rice travesty; Amy Simon brings the state of women in 2015; Julianna Forlano helps shine a light on the absurd news of the year (and there's plenty of that!)
Today, Nicole Sandler looks at Chicago's protests of Rahm Emauel's handling of police shootings and more with Driftglass. Plus racist on the Supreme Court and Donald Trump keeps offending and rising in the polls.
It's Guy Fawkes Day, and Nicole Sandler has a big show planned as the Internet waits for Anonymous to make good on their #HoodsOff promise sometime today! Meanwhile, Howie Klein returns to talk about what went wrong on Tuesday's off-year election, and Harvey J. Kay joins in too.