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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.
||No explícitaMatt 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||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||No explícitaTrump 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||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||No explícitaA 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||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||No explícitaInside 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||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||No explícitaWill 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||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
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Sirota is back!
After losing progressive radio in Denver it is so great to listen to David Sirota again (via Podcast). His interview with Bernie Sanders is informative, insightful and addresses issues that are slipping through the cracks during this time where the news is distracted by the chaos in D.C. .