AmericasDemocrats.org netcast — March 20

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Ambassador Marc Ginsberg

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Marc Ginsberg served as U.S. ambassador to Morocco, where he was knighted by the Moroccan monarch.  He is a Senior Vice President of APCO Worldwide and president of Layalina Television, a producer of Arab language television programming.  Here, Amb. Ginsberg talks to us about the Moroccan king’s reaction to popular protests and why the king himself is uniquely legitimate among other Middle Eastern leaders.


Fred Rotondaro

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Rotondaro is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress (CAP). He was executive director the National Italian American Foundation, where he worked for 22 years before joining CAP.  In this interview he reflects on the decades-long attempt to kill labor unions.


Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky

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Bill Press talks with Rep. Jan Schakowsky about her plan to create new tax brackets for the country’s wealthiest.

America’sDemocrats.org — March 6

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Sachin Chheda

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Sachin Chheda is chair of the Democratic Party of Milwaukee County in Wisconsin.  He joined us on March 4 with an update on Governor Scott Walker’s budget-repair bill: the Democratic senators trying to block it and public employee protesters opposed to it.


Fred Rotondaro

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Rotondaro is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress (CAP). He was executive director the National Italian American Foundation, where he worked for 22 years before joining CAP.



Vic Fingerhut

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Fingerhut is a veteran Democratic political consultant.  He helped design the 1995 national TV ad campaign that attacked and defeated Newt Gingrich’s “Contract with America.”

AmericasDemocrats.org netcast — February 13

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Jim Hightower

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Hightower has edited the Texas Observer, directed the Texas Consumer Association, and served as the Texas Agriculture Commissioner for two terms. He broadcasts daily radio commentaries and publishes a monthly populist political newsletter, “The Hightower Lowdown.”



Don Fowler

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Fowler served as Chair of the South Carolina Democratic Part for nine years from 1971-1980.  In 1988 he was CEO of the Democratic National Convention.  He was Chair of the Democratic National Committee during the 1996 election between Bill Clinton and Bob Dole.


Fred Rotondaro

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Rotondaro is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress (CAP). He was executive director the National Italian American Foundation, where he worked for 22 years before joining CAP.