On today’s episode of Double Down, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the extreme volatility in cryptocurrency markets heading into Christmas.
On today's BradCast: We're back at work between the holidays, even as the President only pretends to be. But maybe that's a good thing. For everyone.
We are surrounded by carols this time of year, but how many of us know where they have come from? American Lyubov Zolotova, an intercultural language trainer and singer living in Moscow describes the development of carols.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by peace activist and scholar Dr. Anthony Monteiro and author Paul Atwood.
UN votes against Trump's Embassy move to Jerusalem, and the year in protests, hip hop and pop-culture.
President Trump unveiled his administration's National Security Strategy earlier this week, pledging to protect his country's interests at all costs but in accordance with guidelines that might contribute to international insecurity for others.
The ruling African National Congress (ANC) of BRICS member South Africa chose its next party leader in advance of the 2019 elections, though Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa's selection occurred after a controversial court intervention is thought to have narrowly thrown the election to his favor.
Our final topic, picked by you, dear listeners, earlier in a poll on our Facebook page, is “Libya: The Return Of Gaddafi”, focusing on how the former leader’s son Saif Gaddafi is angling to lead Libya.
On the final episode of Fault Lines before Christmas, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan talk more about Nikki Haley and her strong words at the UN. They also discuss news stories involving North Korea, Poland, and Iran during a foreign policy focused show.
This week’s show starts off by analyzing the international implications of the communist victory in Nepal.
Georgians work to stop the building of a Nuclear Plant, Farm Unions in NC and OH, the first six J-20 defendants are found not-guilty.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Manuel Hassassian, the Palestinian ambassador to the UK, and by author and activist Miko Peled.
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan will welcome guests discussing the Republicans’ tax bill. Will it help or hurt the overall economy? Who will benefit? Who will be worse off? Will the $1.5+ Trillion price tag force severe program cuts as Speaker Paul Ryan has said?
This week’s Level Talk looks a global look at East-West tensions, revealing that things perhaps are not quite as bad as they seem. Dr. Tara McCormack, lecturer in politics and international relations at the University of Leicester and Mary Dejevsky, a prominent writer, and journalist based in London take part in this program.
Green Party's Jill Stein targeted in Russia-probe, the failure of global democracy, the future for Blacks in the American South.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by journalist and author Daniel Lazare and investigative reporter Dave Lindorff.
On today's BradCast: He's a mean one. But you already knew that. So, we'll try not to let him ruin Christmas, at least if we can help it.
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan will discuss the Republican tax bill that is expected to be signed into law by President Trump in the coming days. They also talk about Nikki Haley's response to an incident involving a missile aimed at Riyadh and much more during a guest filled show.
The announcement by President Trump that the US will now recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel sent shockwaves across the international community. This week John Wight and Max Blumenthal discuss the repercussions of this move, and whether we will indeed see a third Intifada in Palestine as a consequence.
An all too remarkable reminder that every vote - every single vote - matters. Or should, with control of the Virginia's House of Delegates and, potentially, healthcare for hundreds of thousands now at stake amid a remarkable "recount" in the state.
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