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Sam Seder Joins Ring of Fire Radio!
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On today’s show filmmaker Robert Greenwald explained why the Obama Administration had taken such a harsh attitude toward whistleblowers, how whistleblowers saved soldiers lives in Iraq, how Lockheed Martin made defective ships for the Coast Guard, the self preservation instincts … Continue reading
3/11 Reza Aslan: Middle East Policy In Obama’s Second Term & Baby Seder Is Named With Matt & Michael
On today’s show Council on Foreign Relations Adjunct Fellow Reza Aslan, explained how settlement is expansion is killing the prospect of Two State solution, what the Chuck Hagel hearings revealed about Washington, Iran’s current politics and the best way forward on … Continue reading
Nikolas Kozloff, author of Hugo Chavez: Oil, Politics and the Challenge to the U.S, explained the complex legacy of Hugo Chavez, Chavez’s political history, how Chavez changed the political psychology of Venezuela, where Chavez was innovative and where he failed, how … Continue reading
Labor journalist Josh Eidelson, caught us up on the latest news on the Walmart strikes, explained Walmart’s history of aggressive anti unionism, how its business modelis based on keeping people in poverty,
On today’s show Sam was joined by Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald to discuss the Justice Department’s decision not to prosecute murder cases related to the Bush Administration’s torture program in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Change Congress co-founder Lawrence Lessig explains to Sam Seder how money has fundamentally corrupted our political system and discusses how we can return power to the American people.
Bill McKibben, author and founder of 350.org, speaks to Sam Seder about the conviction of nonviolent climate activist Timothy DeChristopher and predicts we’ll see more of this type of confrontational activism and discusses the need for a change in tactics of the environmental movement.