With Simon Mabon, lecturer at Lancaster in University and author of the book Saudi Arabia and Iran: Power and Rivalry in the Middle East. Then, David Abraham, natural resource strategist, director of the Technology, Rare and Electronics Materials Center, and author of the book The Elements of Power: Gadgets, Guns, and the Struggle for a Sustainable Future in the Rare … Continued
Sanders and Clinton Tie in Iowa, Media Sees Only Clinton Win; How Brazil’s Government Is Handling Internet Freedom, Protests Over Fare Hikes, and the Zika Virus; Nation Investigative Piece Explores Deaths Inside Immigrant Prisons.
The week before the Iowa caucus, Robert Reich called Hillary Clinton “the most qualified candidate for president of the political system we now have,” and Bernie Sanders “the most qualified candidate to create the political system we should have.” He joins us for a sweeping conversation about the limits of America’s political system, and whether … Continued
Privatization on Steroids: Emergency Manager Who Switched Flint Water Resigns From Detroit Schools; Jewish Peace Groups Reveal Role in Spoof New York Times That Criticized Paper’s Stance on Israel; Michael Eric Dyson on “The Black Presidency: Barack Obama and the Politics of Race in America.”
1. Breakthrough in schizophrenia 2. Can we stop the Zika virus? 3. Cure for cancer? 4. Will robots take over? Hosted by Dr. Michio Kaku.
The World Harmony Chorus performs live in the KPFA Performance Studio. Conducted by Betsy Blakeslee, the chorus will perform songs in French, Zulu, Spanish and Hindi. WHC performed at the Freight and Salvage in 2014 and has been invited to close the Modesto Unplugged Music Fest.
We’ll talk about Iowa and moving forward for the Presidential Candidates with: Adele Stan, weekly columnist at the American Prospect. She is the former Washington Bureau chief for Alternet and a longtime chronicler of national politics. Normal Solomon, co-founder of RootsAction.org and founding director of the Institute for Public Accuracy, author of the book War … Continued
Primary Elections Revive Single Payer Healthcare Idea; When we Fight We Win! Part 2; Activists Mark Leonard Peltier’s 40th Year of Incarceration.
Ted Cruz takes first place in the Republican caucus; Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton end in a statistical dead heat. We’ll talk to Ruth Coniff, who’s been covering the campaign from on the ground, Isaiah Poole, who’s following it from Washington, and Craig Holman, who’s tracking the money behind the campaigns. Plus: John Burris joins … Continued
Iowa Caucuses: Bernie Sanders Rallies to Tie Hillary Clinton; Ted Cruz Upsets Donald Trump; After Dead Heat in Iowa, Will Clinton Move Further Left to Stop the Sanders Surge? The Road to the White House Begins in Iowa, But Is It Already Sold to Wealthy Donors? Clinton Laughs Off Question on Goldman Sachs, But Can … Continued