This Week

Melanne Verveer was the first U.S. ambassador for women’s issues, and she has some thoughts about the economic power that women have, both locally and globally. Fred Harris was a United States Senator, chair of the Democratic party and a member of the Kerner Commission on racial violence. He has some strong views about the issues of race and immigration that are still dividing the nation. And Jimmy Williams, sitting in for Bill Press, interviews reporter Jackie Kucinich about Hillary Clinton.

  • November 29, 2015 November 29, 2015 Melanne Verveer on women’s economic power. Fred Harris tells the truth about immigration. and, on the Bill Press Show, Jimmy Williams and Jackie Kucinich discss the latest on Hillary Clinton.
  • Melanne Verveer Melanne Verveer The country’s first ambassador at large for global women’s issues, Melanne Verveer, explains how women’s economic power goes beyond just consumer spending.
  • Fred Harris Fred Harris Former Senator Fred Harris says Donald Trump is acting against the interests of the United States by opposing immigration, and sets the record straight about who the so-called illegal immigrants really are.
  • Jackie Kucinich  Jackie Kucinich From the Bill Press Show, reporter Jackie Kucinich and Jimmy Williams discuss the latest on Hillary Clinton.
  • Jim Hightower Jim Hightower Avoid Amazon's "Cyber Monday" and buy local.

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September 13, 2015

A Constitution Week interview with University of Baltimore professor Garrett Epps, who talks about “anchor babies,” “originalism” and the legacy of civil rights pioneer Julian Bond. Fifty years after the first of the urban riots, expert Andre Shashaty explains the link between government policy and discrimination in housing. And nuclear weapons expert Joe Cirincione, in an interview with Bill Press, updates us on the Iran deal.

  • September 13, 2015 September 13, 2015 Garrett Epps on Republican attempts to repeal the 14th Amendment; Andre Shashaty reflects on the 50 years since the Watts riot. And Bill Press interviews disarmament expert Joe Cirincione.
  • Garrett Epps Garrett Epps Law professor Garrett Epps tells Republicans who are concerned about “anchor babies” to get on with their lives because the Constitution guarantees citizenship to people born in the United States.
  • Andre Shashaty Andre Shashaty In the 50 years since the Watts riot, there was only a brief period of time when government actually tried to end housing discrimination. And one of those who tried to help was named Romney. Hear the story from housing expert Andre Shashaty.
  • Joe Cirincione Joe Cirincione Bill Press and his guest, nuclear arms expert Joe Cirincione.
  • Jim Hightower Jim Hightower Battling the forces of inequality in Grand Rapids

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July 19, 2015

Defense policy expert Stephen Miles says that if the Iran nuclear deal is blocked by the GOP, it will lead to war – and many Republicans want that to happen. Donald Trump’s anti-Hispanic rhetoric may make no difference in 2016, with the Hispanic vote mostly set everywhere other than Florida and possibly Colorado, according to Daniel McGraw. And Bill Press interviews Congressman Dan Kildee about Iran, Hillary Clinton and the TPP.


  • July 19, 2015 July 19, 2015 Stephen Miles says Republicans want war with Iran … voting analyst Daniel McGraw says Republicans are dying off faster than they are being replaced … and Bill Press talks with Congressman Dan Kildee of Michigan.
  • Stephen Miles Stephen Miles Stephen Miles, an anti-war advocate and defense policy expert, says if Congress kills the Iran nuclear deal, it will lead to war, and that’s what many Republicans want.
  • Daniel McGraw Daniel McGraw Donald Trump’s anti-Hispanic rhetoric may make no difference in 2016. Why? Because the Latino vote is mostly set in states other than Florida and possibly Colorado, says voting analyst Daniel McGraw.
  • Dan Kildee Dan Kildee Bill Press and his guest, Congressman Dan Kildee of Michigan.
  • Jim Hightower Jim Hightower You, too, can be part of Scott Walker's inner circle.

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May 31, 2015

“Bowling Alone” author Robert Putnam has a new book out in which he talks about two very separate American worlds – the rich world and the poor world. With the President’s immigration program held up in the courts, Latina activist Eileen Truax tells us who the Dreamers are and why they are so important. And Bill Press interviews USA Today’s Susan Page.


  • May 31, 2015 May 31, 2015 Author Robert Putnam on the rich world and the poor world … Latina activist Eileen Truax on immigration … and Bill Press interviews USA Today’s Susan Page
  • Robert Putnam Robert Putnam Harvard professor and bestselling author Robert Putnam says Democrats dropped the ball a long time ago by refusing to recognize that family structure and class – not race – was the main determinant of poverty.
  • Eileen Truax Eileen Truax Eileen Truax is a Latina journalist and activist who has written about the Dreamers. With President Obama’s immigration policy under attack in the courts, she says many immigrants come to America not just for economic reasons but to escape violence in their home countries.
  • Susan Page Susan Page Bill Press and his guest, Susan Page of USA Today.
  • Jim Hightower Jim Hightower Far from "liberalizing" global policies, TPP is corporatizing.

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