Donald Trump becomes the 45th President of the US while global protests erupt; Over 90 protesters arrested in Washington, D.C.
Donald Trump officially became the 45th President of the United States, opening up a brand new era full of opportunities and challenges for activists from both sides of the political spectrum.
Friday: Donald J. Trump becomes President of the United States of America; and, Julian Assange says he will stand by his promise to face trial in the US when Chelsea Manning is released.
Many people do not understand why the 'left' adopted neoliberal economic policies. The left criticizes inequality and advocates progressive social policies such as promotion of feminism and gay rights but seems to increasingly back deregulated market driven economics. In this program, Professor Steve Keen offers an explanation into what went wrong.
Alternative efforts to policing in the US; Are American's now more than ever willing to forgo internet privacy?
We start off our program by discussing how the US is on the verge of completing its plan to create a database of foreign-funded NGOs and other groups.
Trump wants to revolutionize federal spending with massive budget cuts.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by Estevan Hernandez, a writer for Liberation News, Kevin Akin, State Chair of the California Peace and Freedom Party, and Walter Smolarek, producer of Loud & Clear.
Thursday: UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, once again, insults one of the UK’s closest neighbors; Palestinian Authority agree to form a unity government with historic rivals Hamas; and, will lessons be learned to improve security following the inquest into Tunisia terror attack?
Drones have been used in warfare for a long time, but modern day drones can kill from the skies in ways that change the rules of warfare. 'Targets' are killed even if they are not engaged in warfare - which contradicts international agreements. Could drones be a terrifying new development putting technology before morality?
Today on The BradCast, on the last full day of the Obama Presidency, we continue to try and keep our eye on U.S. Senate confirmation hearings for Donald Trump cabinet nominees and the extraordinary conflicts of interest almost everyone of them seems to have.
A lot has been said about this year's presidential election, specifically about who was responsible for the Hillary Clinton's email scandal, on today's show we try to figure out who played the key role in influencing the result of 2016 presidential race.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by former CIA analyst John Kiriakou.
Obama commutes the sentences of Chelsea Manning and Oscar Lopez Rivera; Is America repeating its pre-civil war history?
President Obama gives his last press conference before leaving office.
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