How is UW responding to the recent injustices across the country and around the world? Today Allen Ruff talks with several UW-Madison activists Amal Ayesh, Tyriek Mack, and Jessica Franco Morales, members of a coalition-in-formation bringing together various national minorities on campus, including representatives of Justice for Palestine, the Black Student Union, and the Chicano/a org., […]
How can citizens help restore the democratic state in the US? Today Today’s guest is Wisconsin’s progressive populist campaigner, Mike McCabe, discussing his recent manifesto, “Blue Jeans in High Places” and the struggle needed to wrench politics out of the grasp of the Republican and Democratic parties. Mike McCabe is the founder of Blue Jean […]
Only two days left of A Public Affair’s pledge drive! Today Allen Ruff talks with Bob McChesney, a leader in challenging the corporate media’s role in degrading democracy, to discuss the role of the media in shaping the current Presidential campaign, and the state of the world economy and the political implications, at home and […]
How did the Council on Foreign Relations market global capitalism? Today Allen Ruff talks with Laurence Shoup, author of the newly released “Wall Street’s Think Tank.” His new book provides an updated study of the Council on Foreign Relations, the most influential non-governmental body.
What’s next for Governor Walker now that he has dropped from the presidential race? Today host Allen Ruff talks with the Ruth Conniff, editor of The Progressive Magazine, to discuss Walker’s exit from the Republican list of Presidential candidates and related state and national issues.
How did Henry Kissinger affect foreign policy in the 20th century? What are the long-term impacts from his run as Secretary of State? Today Allen Ruff talks with Greg Grandin to discuss this and his new book “Kissinger’s Shadow.”