January 17, 2016

Hispanic leader Cristobal Alex says the road to the White House will go through the Latino community, and right now Hillary Clinton is far ahead. Food expert Robert Paarlberg says low-income people do have access to healthy food, but they don’t have the time to fix meals. And Bill Press interviews Move-On leader Ben Wikler about the group’s endorsement of Bernie Sanders.


  • January 17, 2016 January 17, 2016 Cristobal Alex says Hillary Clinton pretty much has the Latino vote locked up … Why are so many poor people obese? Robert Paarlberg explains.… and Bill Press interviews Ben Wikler of Move-On.
  • Cristobal Alex Cristobal Alex Cristobal Alex heads a new Latino political group, and he says his community will determine who the next president is.
  • Robert Paarlberg Robert Paarlberg Contrary to common belief, low-income people in urban areas do have access to healthy food but they don’t have the time to prepare it, says professor Robert Paarlberg.
  • Ben Wikler Ben Wikler Bill Press interviews Ben Wikler of Move-On about the group’s endorsement of Bernie Sanders.
  • Jim Hightower Jim Hightower Why has nefarious corporate behavior become so commonplace?


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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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