Hosts Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola highlight some pretty awful and horrible stories on this week’s show but not before talking about the Democratic Party’s latest epic fail with Jon Ossoff’s loss in Georgia. After discussing what happened with Ossoff, the show moves on to the United States military and
Shadowproof is teaming up with journalist and FOIA pro Ken Klippenstein to publish an important series on the FBI’s dirty files.
Democrats prioritized flipping a Republican seat in Georgia, but they lost. They need to take responsibility for Jon Ossoff’s failure to win.
High court extremely limits lawsuits against federal officials responsible for constitutional rights violations during wartime or national security emergencies.
Hosts Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola discuss the rift between Saudi Arabia and Qatar and recent developments among the Gulf countries in the Middle East. They talk about the Saudi arms deal, which the Senate would have successfully opposed if five Democrats had not voted against a bill to block
Whether in an imperfect or hostile setting, Chelsea Manning’s persevering spirit always shines. That includes her first TV interview for ABC.
Senator Bernie Sanders and movements his campaign energized hold commitment to nonviolence. They aren’t responsible for latest violence.
Rhymefest co-wrote the Oscar-winning “Glory,” with Common and John Legend. The song appeared in “Selma,” and at the 2017 Chicago Bluesfest, Rhymefest was joined by blues harmonica legend Billy Branch for a performance that transformed the song into a 12-minute jam. The presence of Rhymefest at the Chicago Bluesfest was
Imprisoned CIA whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling’s complaint over an alleged incident with threatening officer was rejected by Bureau Of Prisons regional office
Chelsea Manning breaks through establishment media’s conventional framing of her case to offer new details on her struggle to survive these past years.