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Today's show is a re-airing of a recent Radio Dispatch LIVE that focused on the economy. Our wonderful guests are Alexis Goldstein…
Today we re-air two of our favorite recent interviews, Ned Resnikoff on the hunger crisis in the United States, and Jesse Myerson…
We spend the hour on Milan Kundera's The Unbearable Lightness of Being, including listener mail and future discussion questions we…
On tonight's show, Sarah Jaffe and Josh Eidelson join us to tell us all about labor. From Walmart to McDonalds to college athletes…
Natasha Lennard joins us to discuss the underlying dynamics of Jeremy Hammond's sentence. Also, the politics of selfies, and how…
A New York Times' op-ed columnist makes incorrect distinctions between marriage equality and other political issues, John went to…
Another listener-provided Hack My Heart scene, an Albuquerque ballot initiative to restrict choice fails, and the loosening of…
A New York Times story purports to explain slut-shaming by blaming women, an anonymous US officials confirms a child was killed in…
Jeremy Hammond given maximum sentence by a federal judge, two listener supplied stories about civil disobedience, and the script…
Stories on autism advocacy, the difficulties of covering Guantanamo as a journalist, and a bunch of listener mail.
Lily Allen tweets at Suzanne Moore about being criticized, thoughts on a lecture on privacy, and the first scene of Hack My Heart…
A North Carolina man has been arrested for attempting to join al-Nusra, Dave Weigel minimizes the Cohen column and uses…
Ali Gharib joins us to discuss the latest Iran nuclear negotiations, some thoughts on the NFL abuse scandal, and Richard Cohen is…
Thoughts on the discussion between bell hooks and Melissa Harris Perry, the Renisha McBride tragedy, and a typhoon devastates the…
James Connell, an attorney in the 9/11 case at Guantanamo, joins us to discuss a major ruling by the war court judge. Also, the…
Molly attended a talk with bell hooks and Eve Ensler, more thoughts on the Ray Kelly shout-down, and listener mail on the Lou Reed…
Ned Resnikoff on the United States' new hunger crisis, a discussion on gender being more than performance, and listener mail.
Andrea Grimes joins us to discuss court rulings in Texas, Oklahoma, and the future of reproductive rights in the United States.…
NSA defenders are given free rein on CBS's Face the Nation, a new report says doctors participated in torture following 9/11, and…
Jesse Myerson joins us to discuss his recent trip to Syrian refugee camps in Jordan as part of Patch Adams' clown-doctor troop, an…