Friday host Esty Dinur chats with journalist Gary Rivlin, co-reporter of “Government By Goldman: Gary Cohn Is Giving Goldman Sachs Everything It Ever Wanted From the Trump Administration,” published this week on The Intercept in partnership with Michael Hudson and The Investigative Fund at The Nation Institute.
Host Allen Ruff interviews Thomas Bass, Professor of English and Journalism at the State University of New York, in a caller-filled hour of A Public Affair. Bass discusses his recent article in the Mekong Review, “America’s Amnesia,” which raises several objections to the Burns & Novick PBS documentary on the Vietnam War.
Wednesday host Lilada Gee speaks with former MMSD School Board candidates Ali Muldrow and Wayne Strong to discuss whether the Madison Metro School District adequately advocates for the needs of black students.
Tuesday host Carousel Bayrd discusses the recent upheaval over the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program with Lindsay Lemmer, President of the National Organization for Women, Madison-Wisconsin Chapter and organizer of the Defend DACA phone bank. Those interested in volunteering for the Defend DACA phone bank may sign up here. Carousel also speaks with […]
Monday host Patty Peltekos talks about all kinds of water resource issues on this edition of a Public Affair. First, she gives an overview of two September 15th public hearings by the DNR: one in Green Bay discussing proposed changes to state law regarding agricultural runoff onto a type of soil called karst; the […]
Friday guest host Bert Zipperer discusses the forthcoming changes to come in the state’s budget with Tamarine Cornelius, an analyst at the WI State Budget Project, which is a project of Kids Forward (formerly Wisconsin Council on Children and Families).