A UW-Green Bay professor argues that linking education to economic well-being was not politically inevitable. Jon Shelton joins us on A Public Affair to discus his forth coming book The […]
44 Years as Secretary of State with Doug La Follette
Last month, Doug La Follette narrowly won his bid for an unprecedented 12th term as Wisconsin’s Secretary of State. That makes him the longest serving, non-federal, elected official in the […]
Raina Lipsitz on the Rise of a New Left
In today’s show, just a dozen days before the midterms, guest host Nada Elmikashfi sits down with journalist Raina Lipsitz for a conversation about the young, energized progressives organizing for leftist policies and candidates, and the causes they’re fighting for.
Student Loan Forgiveness, Midterms, and more with Scot Ross
On today’s show, guest host Nada Elmikashfi welcomes Scot Ross on the air. In a lively hour, they talk about the role student loan forgiveness in the midterm elections, racist […]
Sikowis and guests delve into Critical race theory on the buzz
Join me as I interview Emily Gonzales in California, Andre Wright in Iowa, and Nada Elmikashfi in Wisconsin–all BIPOC folks working to keep critical race theory in schools and public […]
Why Do We Still Have the Electoral College?
For this special election-day edition of the show, guest host Nada Elmikashfi spends the hour with historian Alexander Keyssar talking about the ins-and-outs of the Electoral College and trying to […]