Steve Skrovan, Jimmy Dore, and Stefane Zamorano discuss this week’s big benefit for Public Citizen, Ralph Nader, Apple, Slave Labor, Drugs, ALEC, The NRA, Guns, The New Yorker and George Zimmerman. Please like our show on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter. Listen to the show for free on iTunes. Download the show on iTunes.
Emmy award winning comedy writer Lew Schneider rubs in his success until David bleeds. With Paul Dooley, Eddie Pepitone, and Frank Conniff. Lew’s credits include The George Wendt Show, The John Larroquette Show, and The Naked Truth. He began writing for Everybody Loves Raymond in its first season and also served as a Supervising and Executive Producer on the long running series. As part of the production team for Raymond he was the recipient of two Emmys for Outstanding Comedy Series (2003 and 2005). SinceEverybody Loves Raymond, he has written for the television shows American Dad!, The New Adventures of Old Christine and Men of a Certain Age.
Schneider’s essays have been published in the anthologies, “Afterbirth: Stories You Won’t Read in a Parenting Magazine” (St. Martin’s Press) and “Fathers and Sons and Sports” (ESPN Books)
President of Public Citizen Robert Weissman on Occupy Wall Street, NAFTA, Fox News, Free Trade, Congressional Inside Trading, The Fed, The Political Intelligence Industry, Taxes, Apple, and lots of important issues facing the country we love.Weissman is an expert on economic, health care, trade and globalization, intellectual property and regulatory policy, and issues related to financial accountability and corporate responsibility. He has written extensively on corporate accountability, access to medicines, corporate influence over the political process, the World Trade Organization and regulation of the financial markets. He has worked to lower pharmacy prices for AIDS victims and others in the developing world. His top priorities include climate change, health care reform, financial regulation and campaign finance reform. Listen to the show for free on iTunes. Download the show on iTunes.