From The Daily Show With Trevor Noah, Comedian Josh Johnson; The Washington Post’s Helaine Olen reflects on the first night of the GOP convention; Tim Schwab, from the Columbia Journalism Review, on his recent investigation into how Bill Gates’ donations of more than $250 million into non-profit news organization shape coverage of Gates, Microsoft and the Gates Foundation; The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans United For Separation of Church and State on Jerry Falwell Jr.; Mark Breslin, the founder and president of Yuk Yuk’s— the largest comedy chain in North America; The host of the PETA Podcast, Emil Guillermo who writes a weekly column for the Asian American Legal Defense And Education Fund; Kelly Stone, comedian, sex educator, and Texas politician; Comic Aaron Berg whose special “25 Sets” is streaming on Amazon and iTunes; Down with Tyranny’s Howie Klein, founder and treasurer of the Blue America PAC; Author of “War Made Easy” Norman Solomon on “Why the Left Must Reject and Elect Biden at the Same Time” ; Dr. Harriet Fraad, host of “When Capitalism Hits Home” and “It’s Not Just In Your Head”; Professor Harvey J. Kaye author of “FDR On Democracy“; Democratic Strategist, from the far reaches of the left, Jeff Blackwood; Covid-19 Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Immuno Biologist Henry Hakamaki ; Comedy Writer and Gentleman Farmer Jon Ross addresses the concerns of our listeners
Law Professor Jody Armour whose new book is, “N*gga Theory: Race, Language, Unequal Justice, and the Law”; Constitutional Law Scholar Bruce Fein who served as deputy attorney general in the Reagan administration; Congressman Alan Grayson, author of “High Crimes: The Impeachment of Donald Trump;” Philosophy Professor Ben Burgis whose latest book is “Myth and Mayhem: A Liberal Critique of Jordan Peterson” and his new podcast is “Give Them an Argument“; Peabody and Emmy Award Winning Comedy Writer and Author Jim Earl; Screenwriter Dave Sirus, whose latest movie is “The King Of Staten Island” starring Pete Davidson, Marisa Tomei and Bill Burr. Directed by Judd Apatow; Dr. Jennifer Verdolin, author of “Raised By Animals” answers questions about your pets; American Hero Burt Ross, who created New Jersey’s right turn on red; Peabody Award Winning Comedian Pete Dominick host of “StandUP with Pete Dominick” ; Psychiatrist Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and his son Ethan; The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans United for Separation of Church and State; Professor Harvey J. Kaye, author of “FDR on Democracy” and Professor and Parks Commissioner Mary Anne Cummings look back at the DNC convention and take your questions; Ask Henry Hakamaki.
Shahid Buttar is running for Congress as a Democratic Socialist. On today’s show, he fends off coordinated attacks against his reputation and demonstrates why, now more than ever, he must defeat neoliberal lap dog Nancy Pelosi; Down With Tyranny’s Howie Klein, founder and treasurer of The Blue America PAC, calls the sexual harassment accusations against Shahid Buttar a DCCC hit job and declares he’s maxing out his donations to Shahid’s campaign; Professor Harvey J. Kaye, author of “F.D.R. On Democracy;” Dr. Harriet Fraad, host of “When Capitalism Hits Home” and “It’s Not Just In Your Head;” Comic Judy Gold, author of “Yes I Can Say That;” Kelly Stone, sex educator, comedian, baby momma and candidate; Timothy Ulrich from China Global Television Network talks to us from Inner Mongolia; Comedian Aaron Berg, whose latest special “25 Sets” is streaming on Amazon and iTunes; The Founder and President of Yuk Yuk’s, North America’s Largest Comedy Chain, Mark Breslin; Folklore Archivist Nicole Penney discusses infamous yoga positions that involve sucking liquid from a glass without using one’s hands or mouth. WARNING: While anthropological in scope, the conversation is not suitable for people who consider themselves suitable; Jazz Historian Mike Steinel talks and then sings about wealth inequality; Emil Guillermo, host of The PETA Podcast; Medieval European and Middle Eastern Historian Professor Adnan Husain; Covid 19 Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Immuno Biologist Henry Hakamaki; Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling
Thomas Frank, author of “What’s the Matter with Kansas?: How Conservatives Won the Heart of America,”“Listen, Liberal: Or, What Ever Happened to the Party of the People?” And his latest, “The People, No: A Brief History of Anti-Populism;” Screenwriter Dave Sirus, who latest movie is “The King of Staten Island;” Animal Behaviorist Dr. Jennifer Verdolin author of “Raised by Animals;” American Hero/New Jersey Sex Symbol Burt Ross; Pete Dominick, host of “StandUP! with Pete Dominick,”
Philosophy Professor Ben Burgis, author of “Myth and Mayhem: A Leftist Critique of Jordan Peterson;” Comic Joe DeVito; Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and Son Ethan; The Reverend Barry W. Lynn from Americans United For Separation of Church and State; Peabody and Emmy Award Winning Jim Earl; Ask Henry Hakamaki
Randy Bryce, The Iron Stache, talks unions and how he ended former Speaker Paul Ryan’s political career; Comedian Josh Johnson from “The Daily Show;” Rashid Khalidi, Columbia’s Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies, Co-editor, Journal of Palestine Studies and author of “The 100 Years’ War on Palestine; Jess Scarane, Democratic candidate running to represent Delaware in the U.S. Senate; Comic Judy Gold, whose new book is “Yes, I Can Say That: When They Come for the Comedians, We Are All in Trouble;” Folklore Archivist Nicole Penney discusses academic work she and other scholars are conducting to chronicle bathroom graffiti; Journalist Cal Colgan, from the Industrial Workers of the World’s Freelance Journalist Union (IWW FJU); Investigative reporter Alex Kotch from The Center for Media and Democracy; Founder and Treasurer of The Blue America PAC, Howie Klein; Democratic Strategist Jeff Blackwood; Medieval European and Middle Eastern Historian Professor Adnan Husain; Professor Harvey J. Kaye author of “Thomas Paine and The Promise of America;” Timothy Ulrich from China Global Television Network; Covid 19 Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Immuno Biologist Henry Hakamaki; Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling; Emilio Fox and David answer listener questions; Dan Frankenberger’s Community Billboard; Covid Players; Comedy Writer Jon Ross addresses listener complaints as the newly appointed David Feldman Show Ombudsman
Millions of Americans again take to the streets, but this time because wicked landlords are evicting them. Housing is a human right. On today’s show, we go to Milwaukee, Wisconsin where Democratic Mayor Tom Barrett does NOTHING to keep unscrupulous landlords from throwing predominantly African American communities out of their homes. As Covid-19 runs roughshod through our broken economy, where will these homeless and jobless Americans end up? How will they survive the Wisconsin winter?