Ralph welcomes Palestinian/American comedian Amer Zahr to talk about finding humor in the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. And author, Steve Early, tells us how the town of Richmond, California became one of the most progressive communities in the country.
Ralph welcomes civil justice advocate, Joanne Doroshow, to unpack the latest corporate efforts to deny you your day in court; and Dr. Richard Stallman joins us to discuss his views on digital surveillance, privacy and the free software movement.
Ralph talks to professor Edward Balleisen about his book Fraud: An American History From Barnum to Madoff and Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Hedrick Smith, rejoins us to critique Trump’s promises and tell us how we can “Reclaim the American Dream.”
Ralph answers your Facebook questions about the Federal Reserve, the state of capitalism, job opportunities in grassroots activism, the two-party system, unanswered questions about the 9/11 attacks and much more!
In this episode, Ralph believes California Governor Jerry Brown still harbors presidential ambitions, tells the FDA how they should store their dangerous microbes, excoriates Big Pharma once again for overpricing, and weighs in on the Washington “Redskins controversy.”
Among many other things, Ralph offers a solution for the 30 million people who cannot afford bank accounts, argues Facebook should pay us for our information, and tells us why Darrell Issa is a “menace.”
On this Fourth of July weekend special, David, Steve and Ralph engage in a free flowing conversation about the true meaning of patriotism, political correctness and Coney Island hot dog eating contests.
In a wide ranging discussion, Ralph talks about “spoilers,” the revolving door, tired truckers, whistle blowers, the neocons who have no shame about the Iraq War, and also outlines how the environmental movement could be far more effective.