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Josh Eidelson

Josh Eidelson

Josh Eidelson covers labor as a contributing writer at Salon and In These Times. He is a contributor at The Nation, The American Prospect, Alternet, and Dissent. After receiving his MA in Political Science from Yale, he spent five years as a union organizer for UNITE HERE in Sacramento, Pittsburgh, and Philadelphia. He is based […]

Alex Seitz-Wald

Alex Seitz-Wald

Alex Seitz-Wald covers politics for Salon and is the Assistant Editor of ThinkProgress.org at the Center for American Progress Action Fund. Alex grew up in California and holds a B.A. in international relations from Brown University. Prior to joining ThinkProgress, Alex interned at the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer on PBS and at the National Journal’s […]

Howie Klein

Howie Klein

Originally Broadcast June 11, 2012. Howie Klein writes Down With Tyranny a progressive blog and is one of the founders of Act Blue a political action committee that supports progressive democratic candidates. On this program we discuss General Smedley Butler, The Business Plot, Progressive Causes, Drones, Habeas Corpus, Civil Liberties, and The Clash. Also a […]

Alex Pareene

Alex Pareene

Originally Broadcast June 6, 2012. Everything you need to know about Mitt Romney with Senior Salon Writer Alex Pereene. Alex writes about politics for Salon and is the author of “The Rude Guide to Mitt.” Alex talks about writing for Gawker and Wonkette. Email him at apareene@salon.com and follow him on Twitter @pareene. Also on […]

Rolling Stone’s David Wild

Rolling Stone’s David Wild

David Wild has interviewed and or worked with every rock star of the past fifty years, from Elton to Elvis, REM to ELO, Sting, Bruce and Dylan it goes on and on, and so does he. Wild is an American writer and critic in the music and television industries and a contributing editor at Rolling […]

Barry Crimmins Political Satirist

Barry Crimmins Political Satirist

Air America Radio writer and correspondent, internationally renowned political satirist and author of the acclaimed Seven Stories Press book Never Shake Hands With A War Criminal helped bring the Boston Comedy scene into the modern age when he founded two of Boston’s most fabled clubs: The Ding Ho and Stitches. Such acts as Steven Wright, […]