With Trump threatening to postpone the elections we talk with Investigative Journalist Greg Palast who says in his new book, “How Trump Stole 2020” that 22% of all mail-in votes never get counted; From “Literary Hangover, ” “The Majority Report,” and “The Michael Brooks Show,” Matt Lech; Emmy and Peabody Award Winning Jim Earl; Animal Behaviorist Dr. Jennifer Verdolin, author of “Raised By Animals;” American Hero Burt Ross; LGBTQ Activist Zack Ford; Professor Ben Burgis, author of “Myth & Mayhem: A Leftist Critique of Jordan Peterson;” David and Emilio Fox answer listener questions; Psychiatrist Dr. Philip Herschenfeld, professor of psychoanalysis, and his son, Actor/Comic/Singer/Harvard Apologist Ethan; From Americans United for Separation of Church and State, The Rev. Barry W. Lynn; Ask Henry Hakamaki; Citizen David Bacon; Union Organizing Town Hall With the Industrial Workers of The World.
The hardest working pediatrician in comedy, Dr. Jay Sutay passed away last week. We remember one of the greats. Also: Melania Trump (Martha Previte;) Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling; Comic Joe DeVito; Dan Frankenberger helps us remember Dr. Jay Sutay, the hardest working pediatrician in comedy; Founder and President of Yuk Yuk’s, Mark Breslin; Comic Aaron Berg, star of “25 Sets” now streaming on Amazon and iTunes; Ray Hair, president of the American Federation of Musicians— a labor union representing professional instrumental musicians in the United States and Canada; Comic Judy Gold, author of “Yes I Can Say That, When They Come For The Comedians We’re All In Trouble;” Journalist Andrew Miller, from the Industrial Workers of The World; Jazz Historian and Dylanologist, Professor Mike Steinel; Howie Klein, founder and Treasurer of the Blue America PAC; Adam Christensen, 26-year-old progressive Democrat running for North Central Florida’s 3rd congressional district; Dr. Harriet Fraad, host of “Capitalism Hits Home;” Dr. Adnan Husain, professor of Medieval Mediterranean and Islamic World studies at Queen’s University Kingston, Ontario; Professor Harvey J. Kaye, author of “Thomas Paine and The Promise of America;” Covid-19 Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Immuno Biologist Henry Hakamaki; Archivist Nicole Penny; David Takes Your Calls
Science Journalist Rachel Gross, whose latest piece for Scientific American is, “The Clitoris, Uncovered: An Intimate History;” Animal Behaviorist, Dr. Jennifer Verdolin author of “Raised by Animals;” The Return of Citizen Bacon; Emmy and Peabody Award Winning Jim Earl; Union Organizer, Meagan Sullivan gives us the latest on No Evil Foods; Marjon Parham from the Michigan Liberation Action Fund on a 15-year-old black Michigan girl locked up for not doing her homework; Professor of Constitutional Democracy Jennifer Selin on Trump’s sending federal troops into Portland, Chicago and Kansas City; Professor Ben Burgis, author of “Myth & Mayhem: A Leftist Critique of Jordan Peterson,” remembers Michael; Emil Guillermo from The PETA Podcast talks about new investigations into slaughterhouse abuse; Dr. Philip Herschenfeld, psychiatrist and professor of psychoanalysis, with his son Actor/Comedian/Singer/Harvard Apologist Ethan; The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans United for Separation of Church and State; Emilio Fox and David answer listener questions; DSA Activist and Musician Ryan Harvey; American Hero Burt Ross, who took on the Gambino family and went on to create New Jersey’s right on red; Ask Henry; Covid Players’ new song; David Takes Your Calls
We attempt to process the tragic loss of Michael Brooks; Professor Rashid Khalidi, author of “The Hundred Years’ War on Palestine: A History of Settler Colonialism and Resistance, 1917–2017;” From the Columbia Journalism Review, Savannah Jacobson, who covers the war on newspapers waged by venture capitalists; From the DSA, Bernie Delegate and Activist from Texas Priscilla Yeverino; Screenwriter Dave Sirus, whose latest movie is “The King of Staten Island” starring Pete Davidson, Marisa Tomei, and Bill Burr–Directed by Judd Apatow; Professor Corey Brettschneider author of “The Oath And The Office: A Guide To The Constitution for Future Presidents;” Jazz Historian, Professor Mike Steinel; Ray Hair, 11th International President of the American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada; Yuk Yuk’s Founder and President, Mark Breslin; Emilio Fox and David answer listener questions; Howie Klein, from Down With Tyranny; Cal Colgan, journalist and investigative researcher based in DC and labor organizer with the Industrial Workers of the World; Dr. Harriet Fraad, host of “Capitalism Hits Home;” Professor Adnan Husain, Director, Muslim Societies-Global Perspectives Project Queen’s University Kingston, Ontario; Democratic Strategist for The Left, Jeff Blackwood; Covid-19 Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Immuno Biologist Henry Hakamaki; Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling.
Sex Expert, Dr. Justin J. Lehmiller, from The Kinsey Institute, whose latest study for Politico reveals Democrats have become less sexually active than Republicans; Peabody and Emmy Award Winning Jim Earl; Emilio Fox and David answer your email; PETA Podcast’s Emil Guillermo; The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans United for Separation of Church and State; Comedian Aaron Berg, whose latest special “25 Sets” is streaming on Amazon and iTunes; Professor Ben Burgis, whose latest book is “Myth and Mayhem: A Leftist Critique of Jordan Peterson;” Dr. Philip Herschenfeld, psychiatrist and professor of psychoanalysis and his son, Actor/Singer/Comic/Harvard Apologist Ethan; American Hero Burt Ross who took down the Gambino Family and went on to create New Jersey’s right turn on red; Mark Thompsonfrom San Francisco’s KGO Radio; Ryan Harvey, activist, musician and journalist, host of the new podcast Hope Dies Last, co-founded Firebrand Records with Tom Morello; Bob Rubin, whose latest Netflix special is “Oddities and Rarities;” Comedy Legend, The Amazing Johnathan; Ask Henry Hakamaki
Comic Judy Gold, whose new book is “Yes I Can Say That”; Randy Credico on Roger Stone; Investigative Journalist from The Center For Media And Democracy, Alex Kotch reports on hate groups receiving federal bailout money; Screenwriter Dave Sirus, whose latest film is “The King of Staten Island” starring Pete Davidson, Marisa Tomei and Bill Burr, directed by Judd Apatow; Founder and President of Yuk Yuk’s, Mark Breslin; Democratic Political Strategist “Jeff Blackwood” who helps Leftist candidates running in November; Jazz Historian Mike Steinel; David Takes Your Calls; Down With Tyranny’s Howie Klein; Democratic Candidate Chris Armitage who is running for Washington’s 5th congressional district; Professor Adnan Husain who teaches Medieval Mediterranean and Islamic World History at Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada; Professor Harvey J. Kaye, author of “Thomas Paine and the Promise of America”; Covid-19 Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Immuno Biologist Henry Hakamaki