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It’s that time of year again! Today on the show, we catch up with Andy Lee Roth, associate director of Project Censored, to talk about their latest yearbook, Censored 2020: Through the Looking Glass, a collection that scrutinizes the current corporate media landscape and highlights some of the best independent news reporting from the past […]
Today, we continue our ongoing conversation about the Air Force’s intention to site a fleet of F-35 fighter jets at Truax Field in Madison. “What has been scarce in this debate is actual information,” says alder Rebecca Kemble. She and journalist Dylan Brogan join Allen in the studio today to get down to the facts […]
Earlier this year, Wednesday host Ali Muldrow defeated former Dane County Board supervisor David Blaska in the general election for seat 4 on the Madison school board. On today’s episode, Ali and Dave meet in the studio for a frank discussion of their political differences, covering topics like race, gender, sexual violence, abortion, and gerrymandering, […]
John Miller, Professor of Economy at Wheatfore College, gives a 101-level course on income tax, wealth tax, income inequity, and how different tax proposals by Sanders and Warren could equalize the tax structure for “those who have more money than they know what to do with” and use it for social good.
So who would expect that Harvard University would be implicated in destroying the Brazilian savanna? Well it is, along with a number of other pension and endowment funds, says Maria Luisa Mendonca from the Network for Social Justice and Human Rights in Brazil. Looking for places to make money, Harvard, TIAA, and others are investing […]