0:08 – Monday’s with Mitch: House takes action on impeachment, removal by other means, congressional expulsion and more. Mitch Jeserich hosts Letters and Politics, weekdays at 10AM on KPFA. 0:34 – COVID call-ins John Swartzberg is clinical professor emeritus of infectious diseases at UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health. 1:08 – Bay Area Congressional Representatives react … Continued


0:08 – US politics roundup: calls to remove Trump from office, the 25th Amendment, Republicans supporting the President, impeachment, John Nichols (@NicholsUprising) is National Affairs Correspondent for The Nation. 0:34 – Racist vandalism of Black art in Oakland Refa One is an Oakland Native and lifelong artivist and Director of AeroSoul (@AerosoulArt), an international organization of … Continued


0:08 – Trump incites violent white mob at the US Capitol, one day after Georgia Democratic victory tips Senate to Democrat majority Steve Phillips (@StevePtweets) is the founder of Democracy in Color, he’s host of the podcast “Democracy in Color with Steve Phillips,” and author of the book Brown Is the New White. 0:34 – … Continued


On this show: 0:08 – The district attorney in Kenosha County, Wisconsin has announced he’ll decline to press charges against Rusten Sheskey, the officer who shot Black father Jacob Blake seven times in his back on August 23, 2020. We hear from Ruth Conniff (@rconniff), editor in chief of the Wisconsin Examiner, a nonprofit newsroom; … Continued


0:08 – On the ground in Georgia on election day LaTosha Brown (@MsLaToshaBrown) is co-founder of Black Voters Matter Fund. 0:16 – How the Georgia Senate elections could determine the US economy for a decade Mark Weisbrot (@MarkWeisbrot) is co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research. 0:34 – California’s looming eviction crisis, what … Continued


On this show: 0:08 – Mondays with Mitch – Mitch Jeserich and Brian Edwards-Tiekert talk about national news that broke over the new year. Mitch hosts Letters and Politics weekdays at 10AM on KPFA. 0:34 – How did the B.1.1.7 Covid-19 variant come into existence? We take your Covid-19 questions with Dr. John Swartzberg, clinical professor emeritus of infectious … Continued


0:08 – Ahead of the historic Senate run-off election in Georgia, we dive into grassroots community organizing, voter mobilization, and community building. Mondale Robinson (@mondalerobinson) is the Founding Principal of the Black Male Voter Project and National Political Director for Democracy For America. 0:34 – Kamau Franklin is Founder of Community Movement Builders (@CommunityMvt) a community … Continued


0:08 – The largest, least-regulated drug trade in the United States – one that you are probably participating in this morning – the caffeine industry. Murray Carpenter has devoted an entire book to a substance that also provided much of the stamina needed to write it: it’s called Caffeinated: How Our Daily Habit Helps, Hurts, … Continued