Womens Magazine

Womens Magazine – March 7, 2016

Hillary vs. Trump? Should feminists even bother? Writer and rebel Sue Katz says she isn’t giving up on Bernie Sanders just yet, and talks about Hillary’s feminism of privilege.  Katz is the author of Thanks But No Thanks: The voter’s guide to Sarah Palin and Lillian’s Last Affair. Then Golden Thread Productions artistic director Torange … Continued


It’s Time for a Basta Trump Campaign: Latino Leaders Launch Voter Registration Drive; Super Tuesday Roundtable: Few Surprises as Clinton and Trump Win 7 States Each, Sanders Gains 4; “Trump’s Train Did Not Stop in Texas Last Night”: Cruz Wins Home State as SCOTUS Hears Abortion Case; Latino Vote Helps Bernie Sanders Surge to Victory … Continued


It’s Time for a Basta Trump Campaign: Latino Leaders Launch Voter Registration Drive; Super Tuesday Roundtable: Few Surprises as Clinton and Trump Win 7 States Each, Sanders Gains 4; “Trump’s Train Did Not Stop in Texas Last Night”: Cruz Wins Home State as SCOTUS Hears Abortion Case; Latino Vote Helps Bernie Sanders Surge to Victory … Continued


Democracy Now 9am (rebroadcast)

Making America Great for White Males”: Activist Responds as Trump Refuses to Disavow KKK Support

Did Bernie Sanders Run a White, “Northern Liberal” Campaign in South Carolina? “Making America Great for White Males”: Activist Responds as Trump Refuses to Disavow KKK Support; 16 States Face New Voting Restrictions in First Election in 50 Years Without Full Voting Rights Act; “White People’s Choice Awards”: Oscars Host Chris Rock Condemns Hollywood’s Lack … Continued


Did Bernie Sanders Run a White, “Northern Liberal” Campaign in South Carolina? “Making America Great for White Males”: Activist Responds as Trump Refuses to Disavow KKK Support; 16 States Face New Voting Restrictions in First Election in 50 Years Without Full Voting Rights Act; “White People’s Choice Awards”: Oscars Host Chris Rock Condemns Hollywood’s Lack … Continued


Letters and Politics

One Bright Shining Moment

In 1972, George McGovern was seen as a progressive long-shot to win the Democratic Presidential nomination. He did win, but then labor and traditional elements of the Democratic Party establishment turned against him, helping Nixon win in one of the most lopsided American Presidential races in history. We’ll be in conversation about that history and … Continued


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