On this episode, John Wight is joined by Paul Craig Roberts to discuss and analyze the events of Charlottesville in their broader context, looking at the question of white supremacy in the US and the extent to which it is still influencing politics and society in America today.
Hate speech rights and Confederate Monuments dominate the new cycle, Trump advisor Steve Bannon is on the hot seat, and The Taliban sends a letter to Donald Trump recommending an afghan pullout.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by journalist and author Stephen Gowans.
On today's BradCast: Digging deeper and/or trying to catch up with the runaway news on North Korea, Charlottesville and Trump's continuing threats to radically undermine the Affordable Care Act.
Multiple Injuries and one Death during alt-right protests, Trump Administration Deals with Charlottesville Fallout, Tillerson Mattis Pen Revealing Op-ed about North Korea.
White Supremacist rally to save Confederate Statute in Charlottesville are confronted by BLM and anti-racist activists
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by Phil Wilayto and Tighe Barry, who were both at this past weekend's anti-white supremacist rally.
On today's BradCast, the disturbing and tragic weekend events in Charlottesville, how they came about, the failure by Donald Trump to single out white nationalism in their wake, and what some former domestic extremists are trying to do about it all.
On today's show Thom is joined by Mark Potok, speaker, writer, consultant and an expert on Radical right to discuss horrible events in Charlottesville.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Walter Smolarek fills in for Brian Becker and is joined by Paul Atwood, the author of “War and Empire: The American Way of Life”.
The world can't stop talking about the incident that took place at a military base in central Venezuela earlier this week, with Caracas condemning it as a terrorist attack while many in the West believe that it was a military coup attempt.
On today's BradCast, the Trump Administration continues to destabilize both the Korean Peninsula and the US health care insurance markets.
Municipal buildings use up to 40% of our energy resources. The so called ‘green’ buildings use 20-30% less energy. Paradoxically, in a country with an economy that is labelled ‘energy dependent’, Russia has been making large strides over the past decade towards creating buildings that use far less energy, and the results are here to be seen.
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