“If you make yourself a sheep, the wolves will eat you.” — Benjamin Franklin We wrap up the first week of pledge drive with guest Dennis Johnson, co-editor with Valerie Merians of What We Do Now: Standing Up for Your Values in Trump’s America, a collection of essays on what people are doing to protect […]
Where does Bernie’s revolution go from here? Jeffrey St. Clair discusses his new book, Bernie and the Sandernistas: Field Notes from a Failed Revolution. Jeffrey St. Clair is the editor of Counterpunch, and author of Born Under a Bad Sky, Grand Theft Pentagon, and Been Brown So Long It Looked Green to Me. He has […]
El proceso de elecciones en Estados Unidos continúa, ahora sin Ted Cruz y John Kasich, así que conversamos otra vez con el politólogo José Luis Enríquez sobre el futuro de las elecciones, tanto en el partido republicano como en el democráta.
Este 5 de abril fueron las elecciones primarias en Wisconsin y conversamos con el politólogo José Luis Enríquez sobre las posibilidades de los candidatos y lo que significa el resultado de Wisconsin para los resultados generales.
Patrick Barrett talks with WORT’s Darien Lamen about third party candidates, the limits of electoral politics, and the rightward drift of the U.S. political system.
Today, US presidential candidate Bernie Sanders called WORT ahead of his campaign visit to Madison. He explained why he thought students and young people were so attracted to his campaign. He would not offer a prediction for the April 5th primary election in Wisconsin, saying he is focusing his attention now on getting more people […]