On today’s episode, we get crucial updates from across the US and Canada. First, we hear from Dr. Karla Tait with the Unist’ot’en Camp protesting TransCanada’s Coastal GasLink pipeline and advocating […]
Douglas Keith, counsel at The Brennan Center, talks about the money behind the battle of Kavanaugh’s nomination, where almost $10 million has been spent already. He has investigated where the […]
Emboldened by President Trumps attacks on the judicial branch of the government, state legislatures are molding unprecedented laws to limit the power of the courts. Alicia Bannon, Senior Counsel in […]
With claims of “national security”, President Trump has banned people from entering the U.S. based on religious beliefs. Coined a “Blessed Ban” by Muslim extremists, this ban has become a […]
President Trump promised last week to start an investigation into voter fraud, based largely on his unsubstantiated claims of “millions” of bad ballots in the 2016 presidential election. Jan Miyasaki […]
How do we break the country’s love affair with incarceration? Prison reform is a growing interest for both Democrats and Republicans now – but how much common ground is there? Is there a bridge between Republicans wanting to spend less money and Democrats wanting better care and less incarceration? Today Carousel Bayrd talks with Lauren-Brooke Eisen from the Brennan Center on bipartisanship in prison reform.