The final presidential debate last night: now what? George Zornick on the Nation Magazine offers his take. PLUS a conversation with Richard Rodriguez about the current political scene. With host Kris Welch.
Sen. Bernie Sanders just endorsed Hillary Clinton, his rival for the Democratic presidential nomination. What do Berners do now? Norman Solomon offers suggestions. PLUS; Sutter Health has announced the closure of Alta Bates Hospital in Berkeley, What does this mean? with host Kris Welch.
California primary voting is TODAY—who are you voting for? Call in and make your case. PLUS: the growing significance of the Latino vote: will Trump be good for turn-out? With host Kris Welch.
Today on Flashpoints, fighting the good fight against fracking in New York State; also. and extensive update on growing hostilities between the US & N. Korea in the context of the Pacific Pivot; and some tough words for Hillary and Bernie from New York correspondent and resident comedian, Randy Credico.
Nicole Lee of Black Movement Law Project discusses black votes being taken for granted by Democratic and Republican political parties.
Bernie or Hillary: who you gonna vote for—and why? Plus: is the stand-off in Oregon over—or was it just the beginning? AND: why Nordic style socialism works. We’ll also have a on-the-ground report from Iowa. with host Kris Welch.
Hillary! Bernie! The GOP search for a Supreme Leader! All fodder for John Nichols, of The Nation. PLUS: Marga Gomez, award-winning performer and playwright, wit her new solo show, “Pound”. AND: Sir John Lister-Kaye, British conservationist and prolific nature writer, and his observations on the effects of climate change. With host Kris Welch.
Vermont Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders just announced he will challenge all comer (Hillary!) for the Democratic nomination for president. Is he for real? PLUS: unless Congress can compromise (do not hold your breath) the Patriot Act will fade away at midnight on Sunday—thanks to Edward Snowden? AND!!! a Memorial Day rant from Scoop Nisker! With … Continued