The events that took place in Washington, DC yesterday will go down in history. Pro-Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol building to disrupt Congress’s certification of president-elect Biden’s victory, leaving four dead and many injured. Anti-fascist groups have been warning about Trump’s unprecedented attempt to overturn the election. Today, we talk to Sunsara Taylor of […]
Earlier today, a mob of armed, Pro-Trump terrorists attempted to seize the U.S. Capitol Building. Their intent was to prevent a joint session of congress from certifying the electoral college for President-elect Joe Biden. A number of reporters were on the ground to cover the confirmation hearings and pro-Trump protests, including Zach Schonfeld an editor […]
Earlier today, a mob of armed, Pro-Trump terrorists attempted to seize the U.S. Capitol Building. Their intent was to prevent a joint session of congress from certifying the electoral college for President-elect Joe Biden. Today’s events come after several Republicans, including several members of Wisconsin’s republican congressional delegation, said they would vote against Joe Biden’s […]
First up today, we get updates about the election and coup in Bolivia from Jake Johnston at the Center for Economic and Policy Research. Then, Scalawag magazine editor Anna Simonton sheds light on the political landscape of the American South and the progressive organizing happening there. Jake Johnston is a senior research associate at the […]
Exactly one month ago yesterday, a right-wing coup overthrew Bolivian president Evo Morales and forced him into exile. Today on the show, Allen speaks with historian and journalist Ben Dangl about the events leading up to the political crisis, the developments of the past month, and the broader historical context for the forces at play […]
WORT’s Norman Stockwell talks with Buzz host Tony Castaneda about the sentencing of former Chilean military officials in the 1973 deaths of 2 US citizens, Frank Teruggi and Charles Horman.