May 10, 2015

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh says the Baltimore riots highlight the need for improving police procedures and systemic conditions of poor health, bad education and hopelessness. Former ambassador Peter Galbraith reveals that President George W. Bush squandered the possibility for a good agreement to keep Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons. And Bill Press interviews journalist Jonathan Allen about the Republican presidential field … and Hillary Clinton.

 

  • May 10, 2015 May 10, 2015 Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh on the troubles in Baltimore … former Ambassador Peter Galbraith on trusting Iran – or not … and Bill Press interviews political commentator Jonathan Allen.
  • Brian Frosh Brian Frosh Most police officers in Baltimore, and elsewhere, are fine public servants, but Maryland attorney general Brian Frosh says the troubles in that city point out the need to improve police procedures.
  • Peter Galbraith Peter Galbraith The U.S. could have had a good nuclear deal with Iran back in 2003, says former diplomat Peter Galbraith, but the George W. Bush administration squandered the opportunity.
  • Jonathan Allen Jonathan Allen Bill Press and his guest, journalist Jonathan Allen.
  • Jim Hightower Jim Hightower Stop postal execs from destroying our Postal Service.


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April 12, 2015

Peter Galbraith is a former ambassador and expert on the Middle East. He answers questions about the value of the administration’s deal with Iran. Richard Heinberg is an environmental and energy expert. He warns we are on the brink of extinction as a civilization. And Bill Press interviews the Reverend Barry Lynn about recent assaults on civil liberties.

  • April 12, 2015 April 12, 2015 Former diplomat Peter Galbraith asks what’s the alternative to a deal with Iran. Environmental author Richard Heinberg says we may be facing the end of civilization. And Bill Press interviews church & state expert Barry Lynn.
  • Peter Galbraith Peter Galbraith The recent agreement between the United States and Iran was a good one, says former diplomat Peter Galbraith because there is no better alternative.
  • Richard Heinberg Richard Heinberg Author Richard Heinberg says the fossil fuel industry is so powerful that it is writing America a prescription for environmental disaster.
  • Barry Lynn Barry Lynn Bill Press and his guest the Reverend Barry Lynn.
  • Jim Hightower Jim Hightower Oil refinery workers on strike over explosive issue.


 

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February 22, 2015

Historian and LBJ expert Julian Zelizer says Hollywood missed an opportunity with the movie “Selma.” Former Congressman Mike Barnes calls Vladimir Putin “a KGB thug” but says he has lost his swagger. And Bill Press talks with Erica Sagrans, head of the group trying to draft Elizabeth Warren.

  • February 22, 2015 February 22, 2015 The buzz about the movie “Selma” from historian Julian Zelizer … Mike Barnes on Putin, the thug … and Bill Press interviews Elizabeth Warren backer Erica Sagrans.
  • Julian Zelizer Julian Zelizer Princeton Professor Julian Zelizer is an expert on Lyndon Johnson and the civil rights movement. He is disappointed that “Selma,” which he thinks is a “phenomenal movie,” missed a chance to get history exactly right.
  • Mike Barnes Mike Barnes Former Congressman Mike Barnes takes a look at Russia and its leader, Vladimir Putin, and says President Obama has handled him brilliantly.
  • Erica Sagrans Erica Sagrans Bill Press and his guest, Erica Sagrans, who is trying to get Elizabeth Warren to run for president.
  • Jim Hightower Jim Hightower Turning human misery into corporate profits.


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January 25, 2015

President Obama tweaked Russia in his State of the Union address, and Russian affairs expert Mark Katz confirms that Vladimir Putin is no longer riding high. Cary Nelson, a progressive leader in higher education, denounces those who would academically boycott Israel. And Bill Press talks with Maryland Congressman John Sarbanes.

  • January 25, 2015 January 25, 2015 Russia expert Mark Katz says Putin is in trouble. Professor Cary Nelson opposes boycotting Israeli universities. And Bill Press and Congressman John Sarbanes discuss the State of the Union, Citizens United.
  • Mark Katz Mark Katz Russia expert Mark Katz tells us that President Obama’s sanctions against Russia are working.
  • Cary Nelson Cary Nelson Professor Cary Nelson says the role of progressives in academia ought to be encouraging dialogue on international issues, not boycotting Israel.
  • John Sarbanes John Sarbanes Bill Press and Congressman John Sarbanes of Maryland discuss the State of the Union, Citizens United.
  • Jim Hightower Jim Hightower J.P. Morgan – the man and the bank.


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