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Travis Waldron

Travis Waldron

Former New England Patriots Tight End Aaron Hernandez was arrested last month and charged with the first-degree murder of his friend Odin Lloyd. He is being held inside Massachusetts’ Bristol County House of Correction without bail in a seven foot by ten foot cell, he’s six foot one, alone for twenty one hours a day […]

Aviva Shen

Aviva Shen

  Washington DC’s city council passes the Large Retailer Accountability Act of 2013 forcing big box stores like Wal-Mart and Target, with annual sales exceeding one billion a year, to pay workers a livable wage. Wal-Mart lobbyists are now urging the mayor of Washington DC to veto the bill. What does that means for retail […]

Zack Ford

Zack Ford

Last month our Supreme Court ruled the Defense of Marriage Act as well as California’s Prop 8 was unconstitutional thereby paving the way for gay marriage. Problem solved, right? Wrong. Turns out Gay Marriage is a lot like abortion. The Supreme Court says it’s legal, but it’s up to the individual states to determine just […]

Mychal Denzel Smith

Mychal Denzel Smith

Mychal Denzel Smith is covering the George Zimmerman trial for The Nation magazine. We all know Zimmerman killed Trayvon Martin, now it’s up to a jury of six women to determine whether or not he’ll get off. Mychal Denzel Smith’s work on race, politics, social justice, pop culture, hip hop, mental health, feminism and black […]

Ian Millhiser

Ian Millhiser

On today’s show we talk about Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, the swing vote, the guy everybody has to please with constitutional scholar and author Ian Millhiser. Plus Robin Williams, Martin Short And Will Ryan and The Cactus County Cowboys. In case you’re unfamiliar with Justice Kennedy, remember back in October of 2012 when Romney […]

Esther Yu-Hsi Lee

Esther Yu-Hsi Lee

The Senate passes landmark immigration reform and Esther Yu-Hsi Lee from Think Progress breaks it all down for us. Plus Film Critic Michael Snyder. New music from c. Also Jeremy S. Kramer, Janie Haddad Tompkins, Hal Lublin, and Lauren Pritchard. Portions written by Ned Rice, David Weiss and David Feldman. Please subscribe to our show […]

Nicole Flatow

Nicole Flatow

Comic Bobby Slayton on Paula Deen, and Nicole Flatow, Deputy Editor of Think Progress Justice, on the Supreme Court’s latest rulings. Please subscribe to our show on iTunes and Stitcher, leave a review and share us with a friend. http://traffic.libsyn.com/davidfeldmanshow/62513-MP3_for_Audio_Podcasting.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

Josh Harkinson

Josh Harkinson

Josh Harkinson has written extensively about Anonymous, our failed drug war and the uprising in Turkey for Mother Jones magazine. We talk about the latest news about NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, calls to legalize drugs in Latin America, and the crackdown on protestors in Turkey where Josh will be reporting from starting next week. Then […]

Kate Sheppard On Kamikaze Republicans

Kate Sheppard On Kamikaze Republicans

Kate Sheppard covers Washington for Mother Jones magazine. We talk to her from New York City about how Republicans continue to piss off women. Film Critic Michael Snyder tells us what to see and what to avoid this weekend. Plus Will Ryan And The Cactus County Cowboys. We also replay Eddie Pepitone’s Emmy performance. With […]

Chase Madar

Chase Madar

As the Justice Department vows to crack down on NSA leaks and Captain Bradley Manning’s court martial wraps up its second week we turn to The Nation’s Chase Madar, author of “The Passion of Bradley Manning: The Story behind the Wikileaks Whistleblower.” Also Bill Burr, Eddie Pepitone,  Mark Thompson, Janie Haddad Tompkins, Jane Edith Wilson, […]

Tim Murphy

Tim Murphy

Tim Murphy covers Washington D.C. for Mother Jones Magazine. During this conversation about the NSA he drops a bombshell that almost leaves David speechless. Tim also goes over his top five GOP lunatics who he thinks can fill Michele Bachmann’s shoes once she leaves Washington next year for greener($$$) pastures. Film Critic Michael Snyder joins […]

Alyssa Rosenberg

Alyssa Rosenberg

Alyssa Rosenberg is a correspondent for TheAtlantic.com as well as pop culture critic for ThinkProgress.org. Alyssa is also a columnist for the Washington Monthly and The Loop 21. Then David talks about how important our privacy really is with Mark Thompson and Will Ryan. Please subscribe to our show on iTunes and Stitcher, leave a review and share us […]