It’s no secret people are frustrated with our two major political parties. In this commentary, Mike McCabe of BlueJean Nation discusses why the parties need to change their ways to realign with where the country is going, and not where we’ve been.
John Bellamy Foster argues in his recent article in Monthly Review that the Trump administration shares characteristics with classical fascism as 1920s-1930s Italy and Germany. Who forms the social base of the neo-fascist phenomenon? Foster discusses this and more with Allen Ruff on today’s program. John Bellamy Foster is editor of Monthly Review and a professor at […]
Split show today, featuring a discussion on the possibility of a constitutional convention with guest Jenni Dye, and a talk on EROS, or Education Resource Officers, with Brandi Grayson and Anna Mueller Moffit. Jenni Dye is the Research Director of One Wisconsin Now. One Wisconsin Now is a advocacy organization in Madison. Brandi Grayson is […]
Going beyond rehashing the how’s and why’s of the election, where do we go from here? What is to be done? What do we need? Matt Rothschild joins Allen Ruff to discuss how to respond to the threats that Trump poses.
The election reflection continues. Today’s topic: Sexism. How much did it play a role in the election? How do women win if we have to play by the rules, but then the rules change? Where does feminism and women’s rights go from here? All this and more with guests Kelda Roys and Ali Muldrow.
Brazil is currently facing its worse political crises in several decades as opponents of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff attempt to impeach her on corruption charges. But Rousseff has refused to resign and says that impeachment proceedings amount to undemocratic attempts by the right wing opposition to oust her from power, an attempted coup d’etat. In […]