“The heart of the Earth beats in Gaza now. It bleeds, but it beats”
Interview on the long history of Israel’s decades-long, disciplined destruction of Gaza and of Palestinian society
Interview on the criminality of the CIA’s actions and the growing trend of government surveillance on public employees
Fighting in Gaza has resumed after the expiration of a 72-hour truce expired
Noam Chomsky on Israel’s Assault on Gaza & U.S. Support for the Occupation
1979. The shocking state of Cambodia after Pol Pot’s murderous regime.
After 1,800+ Dead, What Led Israel to Stop the Assault — and What Comes Next?
This talk describes the direction of Israel’s – and the West’s – politics on Gaza and Palestine more generally
Discussing the recent BRICS conference and the proposal to create a new development bank
On July 13th, 2014 over 1,000 people converged in Washington DC as part of a growing movement to stop fracked gas exports
Agency Monitored Emails Between Congress & Whistleblowing Officials
Two Palestinians have been killed and over 90 injured in West Bank as thousands marched against the IDF’s assault on Gaza
Given his background, what American Jewish leader Henry Siegman has to say about Israel’s founding in 1948 through the current assault on Gaza may surprise you
The people in this video represent the human family, standing on the side of freedom – for Palestinians and Israelis alike
Israeli scholar and historian Ilan Pappe argues the media’s demonization of Hamas provides Israel cover for continuing its siege and occupation of Palestinian territories
We are joined by investigative reporters Jeremy Scahill and Ryan Devereaux of The Intercept. Last week they published the secret U.S. document along with their new article, “The Secret Government Rulebook for Labeling You a Terrorist.”
Interview on the current situation in Gaza
“I think Israel in 2014 made a decision that it prefers to be a racist apartheid state and not a democracy”
Interview on the current situation in Gaza.
Largest West Bank Protest in Decades Raises Spectre of a 3rd Intifada
Amidst talk of a potential ceasefire, the Palestinian death toll has passed 815 in Israel’s relentless bombings of the Gaza Strip
Part 2 of a discussion with Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz, a professor at Columbia University and the World Bank’s former chief economist.
to Davis makes the connections between the violence in Gaza and the struggle for racial justice
Israeli journalist Gideon Levy argues that Middle East peace will never come until the Israeli government drops its rejection of basic Palestinian rights
NBC is facing questions over its decision to pull veteran news correspondent Ayman Mohyeldin out of Gaza just after he personally witnessed the Israeli military’s killing of four Palestinian boys on a Gaza beach
Interview with Professor Stephen Cohen on what this incident could mean for the region
Interview on the broader context of decades of occupation and recent events highlighting the expansionist goals of the Israeli government in the Palestinian land under its control
Interview on the current situation in Gaza
Inteview on a variety of topics
WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange Responds to Hillary Clinton
Assange discusses his new legal bid in Sweden, the ongoing grand jury probe in the United States, and WikiLeaks’ efforts to assist National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden
In Sweden to observe the political festival Almedalen Week, which brings together people from all points on the political spectrum. Kucinich says the United States needs a similarly inclusive political process
In a week marking the 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer, Mississippi was in the news when African-American voters crossed party lines to help Republican Sen. Thad Cochran narrowly defeat a tea party challenger
Journalist Allan Nairn Threatened for Exposing Indonesian Pres. Candidate’s Role in Mass Killings
Gerry Conlon talking at the MUA Conference Melbourne 2011
According to the leaked text, TISAaims to cement the extreme deregulatory model of the 1990s by forbidding countries from improving financial regulation
Interview on working-class resistance during the Industrial Revolution, propaganda, and the historical role played by intellectuals in times of war
Protests, Tear Gas, Displaced Favela Residents
Jerad and Amanda Miller, the Wingnuts whose killing spree left two policemen, a civilian, and themselves dead, were inspired by fright-wing radio hosts and militia movement groups
Brazilian police and hundreds of protesters have come clashing with each other just hours before the World Cup.
How did a linguistics professor become an outspoken political critic and one of the most iconic public intellectuals in the world?
The Brazilian government deploys more than 200,000 troops after workers across sectors continue to strike
This is the text of a speech by Socialist Alternative Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant about the City Council enacting a $15 minimum wage
Economists Dean Baker from CEPR and Robert Pollin from PERI say that the U.S. economy remains weak 5 years after the recession despite recent job growth, due to low wages and weakened unions Robert Pollin is Professor of Economics and founding Codirector of the Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Read more…
A talk on the Arab-Israeli Conflict and touched upon some of the proposed solutions that will be in their upcoming book
Two top NSA witnesses to the agency’s transformation into an unconstitutional surveillance apparatus following the events of 9/11 and the FBI’s determination to crack down on their dissent
Interview on the U.S. exploitation of migrant workers
Noam Chomsky discussion on U.S. foreign policy
Today we spend the hour remembering the pioneering historian, theologian and civil rights activist Dr. Vincent Harding