Obamacare, Same Sex Marriage, The Transpacific Trade Partnership, The Confederate Flag, The Pope’s Position on Manmade Climate Change, Magna Carta’s Birthday, and documentaries to catch with Ralph Nader, Will Durst, Jimmy Lee Wirt, Professor Tom Ginsburg, Michael Snyder and Megan Barth.
Ralph talks to farm activist, Fred Stokes, about how corporate factory farms are abusing family farmers and damaging the quality of our food system; and long time colleague of Ralph’s, Joan Claybrook, calls in to give us the latest on the fight to prevent enormous dangerous trucks from plowing down our highways. Plus, Ralph answers more of your Facebook questions.
Best Selling Author of “Freakonomics” Steven D. Levitt discusses his new book “How To Rob A Bank.” Then Ohio Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur talks about her vote against TPP, the Trans Pacific Trade Partnership, and why she has been an outspoken critic of Reaganomics in Congress since 1983.
Directors of “The Human Experiment,” Don Hardy and Dana Nachman, talks about their new documentary on the toxic chemicals Americans are exposed to and how we can protect ourselves. Plus Comedian Will Durst on Jeb Bush’s awful week.
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