Average working Americans could get screwed. Republicans may agree to extend the payroll tax cut for middle class Americans after all…just as long millionaires and billionaires don’t have to cough up a dime. Yesterday – Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said Republicans are on board with extending the payroll tax cut – but are opposed to the Democrats plan, which pays for it with a 3% surtax on people who make more t
Hour One: Police raid Occupy L.A. & Philly; protesters tasered by police in Olympia, WA - Mark Taylor-Canfield, Occupy Seattle / Plus, Occupy Student Loans-jubilee for all students? / And, what you need to know now about lung cancer - Arielle Densen, Leaders of the Lung Cancer Free World
Hour Two: Why do Republicans think that a sexual affair is worse then a sexual assault?
Hour One: Incident at Occupy L.A....what the MSM isn't telling you - Eric Byler, CoffeePartyUSA
Now more than 24 hours past their eviction deadline – Occupy L.A. is still camped outside of City Hall – and patriots are turning to the courts to keep it that way. According to the Los Angeles Times, Occupy L.A. filed a court complaint yesterday arguing that the city’s looming crackdown represents an “unconstitutional deprivation of access to [the] traditional public forum…for first amendment activity.” Occupy L.A.
Our culture is screwed. Fueled by Black Friday – total spending over the four-day Thanksgiving weekend hit a record of $52.4 billion. But the real question is – at what cost to our society? This year’s Black Friday featured its usual flare of violence, desperation, and death. At a Wal Mart in Little Rock, Arkansas dozens of shoppers rioted over $2 waffle makers. At a Wal Mart in Arizona – trampling injur
Nearly half of all Americans are screwed. According to a new study by the organization Wider Opportunities for Women – 45% of ALL Americans live without economic security – meaning they can’t afford all the basics of life – like food, clothing, transportation, and medical care. Again – that’s nearly half of the population in economic insecurity. And MORE than half – 55% of all children - live in economic insecurity.
Hour One: "Brunch With Bernie" - Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) takes your calls
Hour One: Occupy the Highway Marchers arrive in DC - Panama, Occupy the Highway
Hour Two: Why JFK's murder still matters, plus some exciting news - Lamar Waldron, Legacy of Secrecy
According to a new study – you’re better off watching no news than GOP TV's Fox so-called News. Farleigh Dickinson University surveyed New Jersey residents about the uprisings in the Middle East – and it turns out people who get their news from Fox are 18-points less likely to know that Egyptians overthrew their government compared to people who watch absolutely no news at all.
American patriots practicing their first amendment rights to free speech. Two campus police officers with the University of California, Davis are on paid administrative leave after video surfaced over the weekend of them dousing a group of occupying patriots sitting peacefully on the sidewalk with a can of pepper spray. In addition – calls on campus are growing for the Chancellor of the University, Linda Katehi, to resign
Hour One: An iconic moment for the Occupy Wall Street movement... / Plus, the latest from Wisconsin on "Recall Walker" efforts - John Nichols, The Nation Magazine
Hour Two: OWS...Arrested, processed and ready for more - J.A. Myerson, Truthout
Hour Three: "This Changes Everything: Occupy Wall Street and the 99% Movement" - Sarah van Gelder, Yes Magazine
Hour One: Occupy Everywhere! Tina Dupuy
Occupy America, Occupy Everywhere. The 99% movement took to the streets – and bridges – around the country yesterday to commemorate the two-month anniversary of the movement. And judging from the size of the crowds – estimated in New York City anywhere between 35,000 and 50,000 people – it’s clear the movement has just grown stronger and stronger over the last two month.
Hour One: Latest on Occupy Wall Street
Hour Two: First Ketchup, now pizza is a vegetable?! Dr. Marion Nestle, Food Politics