Ayesha Siddiqi joins us to discuss Islamophobia in the US, Britney Summit Gil joins us to discuss the empathy gap in the corporate media, and reactions to the GOP debate.
Anna Lekas Miller joins us to discuss how Syrians are reacting to Trump’s proposal to ban Muslims, former cop Daniel Holtzclaw is found guilty of sexually assault, and Donald Trump on the death penalty.
A new poll shows GOP voters overwhelmingly support Trump’s plan to ban Muslims from entering the US, a political science theory that attempts to explain xenophobia in the GOP, and white nationalists get a Trump bump.
Trump’s rhetoric and the US media’s struggle to retain the veneer of objectivity.
Maysoon Zayid joins us to discuss Donald Trump’s latest comments on banning Muslims from entering the US, our thoughts on Obama’s Oval Office speech, and listener mail.
Todd Miller joins us to discuss his time at the Paris Climate Summit, thoughts on Texas’ anti-Syrian refugee lawsuit, and listener mail on Divergent.
Reactions to the mass shooting in San Bernardino, Texas sues federal government to halt Syrian refugee resettlement, and listener mail.
Peter Cole joins us to discuss how unions can combat xenophobia, Paris clamps down on climate summit protests.
White supremacists are suspected of shooting five black protesters in Minneapolis, and Turkey shoots down a Russian fighter Jet.
Indiana’s governor attempts to block a Syrian family scheduled to be resettled in Indianapolis, and listener mail in response to Ali Gharib’s segment earlier this week.
The increasingly hawkish US press calls on Obama to intensify war against ISIS, anti-refugee historical parallels in the 20th Century, and listener mail.
Ali Gharib joins us to discuss the Paris attacks, and our thoughts on the anti-refugee aftermath.
Anna Lekas Miller joins us to discuss the worsening Syrian refugee crisis in Lebanon, the Intercept publishes a new set of leaked documents on the drone war, artists sneak anti-Homeland graffiti onto the set of Homeland, and listener mail.
Obama waives sanctions for the sixth year for countries that use child soldiers, and advice from one listener to another about leaving an unfulfilling job.
Ben Carson and Jeb Bush show their true selves, and a Brooklyn story about how gentrification works.
Obama has promised to allow ten thousand Syrian refugees into the US in the coming year, police response to the arrest of Ahmed Mohamed, and listener mail.
Alexis Goldstein joins us to discuss the second GOP debate, and Molly’s latest story on how what happened to Ahmed Mohamed.
Texas police officers arrest a Muslim teenager for building a clock, the Assad regime continues to bomb the suburbs of Damascus, and predictions for the second GOP debate.