Dec 18, 2018
We sit down with Conrad George in the first part of a series discussing disability and how it affects working class people from social, political, economic, and mental perspectives.
Nov 7, 2018
Today we chat with Brazilian university student Frank, where we discuss the ongoing situation in Brazil given the recent election of the far right Jair Bolsonaro.
We discuss Brazilian politics from a historical perspective in addition to talking about events surrounding the election and the social and political...
Nov 5, 2018
Today we are interviewing Guy McPherson, professor emeritus at the University of Arizona and the world’s leading authority on abrupt climate change leading to near-term human extinction.
We talk to him about the current situation regarding the Earth's climate, how the Paris Climate Agreement and such accords...
Oct 26, 2018
Today we chat with Alex Humva of Socialist Rifle Association where we discuss the organization's history, the actions they have been engaged in, and discuss the larger questions surrounding both the gun and violence debates.
Oct 22, 2018
Today we chat with Urban Issues Chair Sean Posey about his recent article "Lonely In America" (https://bit.ly/2pTKUiT). We discuss the affect loneliness is having on politics, economics, and even romantic relationships.