Freshly back from a brief break, our program resumes this week by starting off with a discussion about the significance of Japanese Prime Minister Abe’s sagging popularity.
People all over the world are protesting against globalisation, inequality and selfishness. Democratic liberalism is supposed to solve these problems, but liberalism and its big brother neoliberalism are actually the cause of these problems. Furthermore, once a country has adopted neoliberalist policies it is very hard for it ever to reject them.
Garland & Lee discuss the increasing dysfunction by the Scaramucci-Priebus dust up in the Trump Administration and the Joint Chiefs' and John McCain's statements on the Trump transgender tweet, the new Debbie Wasserman Schultz scandal as her IT specialist is arrested by the FBI, & the 68-year sentence to one of the Bundy Ranch standoff defendants.
The family of a victim of police brutality in Baltimore refuses to be silent; the nuances of Single Payer; The Afro celebrates 125 years.
The signing into law of one of three contested bills restricting the independence of Poland’s judiciary by Poland’s President, will probably result in action from Brussels. Polish critics portray the President as bowing to the will of hostile foreign powers. What are the underlying reasons for this very serious situation?
On today's show among other things we talk about me wanting to buy every musical instrument in the world.
In today’s show, Lee and guest host Mike Hersh talk about Pres. Donald Trump's tweet about transgender people not being allowed in the military; is this a key policy issue or did the president head fake the media?
Trump tweets intention to ban trans people from Military; failure of public-private partnerships; Muslim Youth fight for rights.
On today's show Thom is joined by Congressman Mark Pocan to discuss Donald Trump's decision to reinstate military ban on transgender people. Also today we continue to talk about on Obamacare and sanctions legislation.
Garland & Lee discuss the blossoming issue of Ukrainian interference in the Presidential election as Chuck Grassley sends a letter demanding related information from Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein, the healthcare vote in the Senate, and the issues surrounding the vote on the Iranian and Russian Sanctions bill today.
Will sanctions control Trump's Foreign policy? Democrats new "better deal" policy shows their affinity for corporations.
On today's BradCast, we try and figure out WTF Republicans in the US Senate are doing, and why, since even they don't seem to have a clue - and many of them don't seem to care.
On today's show among other things we talk about the upcoming vote on Obamacare and the rift between Jeff Sessions and Donald Trump, the latter criticized the Attorney General for his quote - weak position on Hillary Clinton's crimes.
On today’s episode of Double Down, hosts Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert are joined by early bitcoin investor, Trace Mayer, to discuss the latest in cryptocurrencies.
In today’s show, Lee and Garland take on the American media and explain why so many people don't trust news in the United States anymore. Then in round two, they discussed the Democrats new economic plan that they hope will be a winner at the voting booth and in the third round discuss presidential son-in-law Jared Kushner's remarks.
NAACP at a crossroads at annual conference; Minneapolis police chief resigns; Tensions come to a boil at Haram al-Sharif.
On today's BradCast, the turmoil continues in the Senate over the GOP undead attempt to repeal health care for millions, and in the White House where Team Trump faces the ongoing investigations of the Dept. of Justice's Special Counsel.
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