Reading Time: 13 minutes A conversation with author and activist Sarah Kendzior about just how bad things are.
Reading Time: 20 minutes Starting in 2007, Ecuador reformed its police and decriminalized gang membership. A study in 2017 showed the murder rate dropped by over 400 percent.
Reading Time: 15 minutes Bowe Bergdahl’s story exemplifies government dysfunction, political posturing, and a failed American policy.
Reading Time: 15 minutes Contrary to popular and long held assumptions, global population is declining. The environmental consequences are good, the economic consequences are bad, says this podcast guest.
Reading Time: 12 minutes In a likely appeal to the Supreme Court, attorney Steve Volker expects TransCanada to argue that the president is above the law. Their claim is that the “presidential permit” authorizing the Keystone XL pipeline is not reviewable by the courts.
Reading Time: 15 minutes The weakness of government regulators and why the fox should not be guarding the henhouse.
Reading Time: 19 minutes An alternative view of the contours of power and politics in America.
Reading Time: 21 minutes Mike Berners-Lee looks at ways our global problems and challenges are connected.
Reading Time: 14 minutes A look at how the excesses of capitalism have taken over everything from the lines at Disneyland to the carpool lane of your daily commute.
Reading Time: 18 minutes Spoiler Alert! This podcast features a detailed discussion of the story portrayed in the film Green Book. If you haven’t seen it yet, and plan to, please save this podcast for later.The movie Green Book has earned accolades and attacks since it was released in December. The controversies are sure to be rekindled by the Read More