On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by Dr. Nazia Kazi, professor of Anthropology at Stockton University; activist and author Miko Peled, and by author Richard Becker.
AHCA faces the moment of truth in Congress, Trump re-authorizes Keystone XL pipeline, and worker's strike over health care costs.
Today’s headlines include: Tributes paid in London following this week’s terror attack; and US President Trump faces a divided party on his promise to repeal Obamacare.
With a gradual cut in funding to the British National Health Service (NHS), the reversal of Obamacare, economic problems within European countries and demographic issues, it seems that universal health care systems may be under threat. In this program we take a look at the British National Health Service, the NHS.
We begin our program by touching upon the Russian Duma announcement that it plans to investigate American media outlets in the country.
Attacks in London and NYC; New Wikileaks Vault 7 release; and Native Americans fight to preserve Bears Ears National Monument.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by legendary NSA whistleblower William Binney.
Today’s headlines include: We dedicate a large portion of today’s show to the attack in London yesterday which has seen 4 dead and over 20 taken to hospital with injuries, many critical.
C-16, an act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Code and the Criminal Code, is now being discussed by the Canadian government which will make it a crime to address transgender individuals by anything other than their chosen set of personal pronouns. This is causing great controversy in Canada, and is highly contentious on a world-wide level.
On today's BradCast, while the scheme to replace ObamaCare remains a disaster for Trump and Republicans in Congress, and as Dems begin to mount opposition to the confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch, at least the President's hope of completing two massive oil pipelines is going well, right? Maybe not.
On today's show among other things we talk about some members of the Democratic party considering to confirm Neil Gorsuch's nomination. Also we discuss how Exxon Mobil was misleading its investors about the company's impact on environment.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by Dr. Margaret Flowers, co-director of Popular Resistance; Preston Wood, Registered Nurse Case Manager at the USC Keck Hospital; Tim Robinson, CEO of Addiction Recovery Care in Kentucky; and by Jason Bailey, the Executive Director of the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy.
House Intelligence Chairman Nunes said Trump's personal communications were "incidental collections"; Lead found in California Water.
Today’s headlines include: Early coverage of the suspected terrorist attack in London, outside of Parliament in Westminster; and we look at plans for the EU’s first Brexit Summit next month.
In the company of Kees van der Pigl, John discusses the fallout from the recent Dutch election, where far right candidate, Geert Wilders, was defeated. On the back of Brexit in the UK, and with the French election imminent, does this result in the Netherlands mark a reverse in fortunes for the forces of right wing populism across the EU?
FBI to investigate several media outlets around 'fake news'; Senate Judiciary Committee questions Supreme Court nominee Gorsuch.
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