July 19, 2014

Gaza

This week, Ralph and David spend the whole hour debating the current crisis in Gaza.
July 12, 2014

Going Postal, Facebook, Darrell Issa

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.” 
July 7, 2014

Fourth of July Special!

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.
July 1, 2014

What Ralph Reads, Bush’s Inferno, Sleazy Wall Street

Turns out, Ralph is skeptical of Hillary’s reading habits, outraged that Bush and Cheney aren’t being tried as war criminals, and unconvinced that Wall Street is doing “God’s work.”
June 22, 2014

Bad Climate Change Strategy, No Shame on Iraq, Tired Truckers

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.    
June 14, 2014

Cantor’s Loss, Hillary’s Coronation, GMO’s Deception

This week, Ralph cooks up what progressives can learn from Eric Cantor’s defeat, mixes in Hillary Clinton’s “Hard Choices,” with a dash of GMOs and a splash of Drunk History.
June 7, 2014

Sean Hannity, School Lunch, Clean Power

In a wide ranging discussion, Ralph talks about the time Sean Hannity cut off his mic, tells Michelle Obama to hang tough on nutrition standards, and tells us how we can make good things happen with just a little time and effort.   
May 31, 2014

Death Penalty, Swiss Banks, Grover Norquist

This week Ralph talks about how Donald Sterling’s racism paid off, the ghoulishness of executions, American tax evaders in Switzerland, and his reported “bromance” with conservative activist, Grover Norquist, which makes David go “Ewwww…”   paulhawken.com Ray Anderson Wiki North Star: A Memoir James S. Henry Biography nader.org