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Investigative journalist David Sirota is on a mission to cut through the "fake news" and expose the forces that are shaping our world. As a reporter for IBT/Newsweek and a bestselling author, he has long been a fearless voice asking touch questions and scrutinizing power. Each week, he will interview a key figure at the intersection of politics, business and culture.
||CleanMatt Taibbi, Part I: Is The Trump-Russia Story Smoke Or Fire?||The big story in Washington remains the story of Donald Trump and the Russian government -- the question that keeps coming up is whether Trump and his campaign actively colluded with Vladimir Putin’s government to throw the 2016 election.||3 8 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTrump Won Michigan — Can A Progressive Win It Back?||In 2016, Michigan was supposed to be part of the Democrats so-called Blue Wall -- the nickname for the states that have traditionally voted Democratic in presidential elections. But on election night, it didn’t turn out that way -- Donald Trump won th||29 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanA Tax Credit That Helps Fight Poverty||California recently expanded the Earned Income Tax Credit -- a program that has been called one of the most effective anti-poverty initiatives in contemporary American history. On this episode, I talk to one of the program's highest profile proponents .||20 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanInside The Labor Movement’s Battle For Survival||The American labor movement appears to be at a crossroads. One path forward seems to be a path of total demise -- today, only about 10 percent of all workers are in a union, those workers who want to join unions often face hostile bosses,||14 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWill Wall Street Kill Local Newspapers?||In recent months, the Denver Post has been making national headlines -- though not for its journalism. Instead, it has been making big news because it has faced waves of layoffs at the hands of the hedge fund that bought the paper a few years ago.||8 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|