Dems debate impeachment, foreign policy and healthcare but failed to address climate change & other issues; Plus: Greg Palast’s The Best Democracy Money Can Buy

0:08 – Democratic debate watch: Democratic candidates square off in the first debate since the impeachment inquiry launch

Steve Phillips (@StevePtweets) is an opinion contributor to the New York Times and Nation Magazine, author of the best-selling book Brown Is the New White, and founder of Democracy in Color, an organization dedicated to race, politics, and the new American majority. And, Steve Phillips is the host of a brand-new color-conscious political podcast, “Democracy in Color with Steve Phillips,” which launches TODAY! Visit DemocracyinColor.com to learn more.

0:30 – Fund Drive Premium: Hypercapitalism, illustrated

Larry Gonick is a cartoonist best known for his collection of comics, A Cartoon History of the Universe which he published in installments from 1977 to 2009. His latest book, with psychologist Tim Kaser is Hypercapitalism: The Modern Economy, It’s Values, and How to Change Them. Yours for a pledge of $100 to KPFA. 

1:08 – Fund Drive: The Best Democracy Money Can Buy by Greg Palast

Investigative reporter and documentary filmmaker Greg Palast (@Greg_Palast) gave a speech at the annual KFCF banquet this past weekend. 

In September 2016, before US Presidential Elections, Palast released his movie, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy: A Tale of Billionaires & Ballot Bandits, based on his New York Times bestselling books, predicting Donald Trump’s election. The updated, post-election edition of the film, now titled The Best Democracy Money Can Buy: The Case of the Stolen Election, was released in November 2017. 

Fund Drive Special: The Best Democracy Money Can Buy

Photo: Wikipedia – 2020 Democratic presidential primary and caucus calendar

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