Thu, 27 August 2015
Greg Dworkin calls in to describe the fight between Data VS Narrative in the 2016 race:
David and Greg pose more match ups: Clinton vs. Trump (Everyone beats Trump). Clinton vs. the GOP ( Tarring the GOP with the Trump brush). Hispanic vs. Latino (Greg & David white-splain). Seedy vs. Inspirational (The coverage of the Virginia shooting).
Arliss Bunny hops in to discuss China vs. Inflation (and how its filtered through the media narrative.) She also analyzes the structure of the Eurozone, quantitative easing (currency war), casino capitalism, what’s really happening worldwide, what that means to the stock market (the betting market), and what that means to us, which is: Apply yourselves to learning fiscal policy, because it’s the tool that makes everything possible!
Is traditional marriage threatened by weed and the entrepreneurial spirit?
Wed, 26 August 2015
David Waldman, with today's guests Greg Dworkin, Armando, and Joan McCarter, try to make sense of the world:
Man uses efficient, convenient, cheap and easy method of getting attention - the tragedy magnified by its predictability.
Greg helps pull us all back together with a look at today's issues:
David & Joan discuss how narrow your viewpoint becomes when it is through a TV screen.
Tue, 25 August 2015
Greg Dworkin looks for trouble, finds it everywhere, reveals who is diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies.
David returns to Black Lives Matter’s Campaign Zero, for a step by step analysis
Rosalyn MacGregor reports from Michigan:
Mon, 24 August 2015
Why wait for history to be written, when David Waldman and Greg Dworkin will tell you RIGHT NOW:
Donald Trump is winning! Good, long read in New Yorker describes how and why.
Man hits a drone with his t-shirt, and is cracked down upon.
David analyses the police use of the anti-terrorist device “Stingray” - secretly used without a warrant on petty crimes, although actively useable for cell phone jamming, encryption code breaking, and more - which could of course be a problem.
Fri, 21 August 2015
Presidential regrets, they had a few.
Woman being attacked by dog, so police taze & shoot her.
Bull penises - not just for humans!
Thu, 20 August 2015
David Waldman invites you to check out Deez Nuts, gives advice on how to manage a large endowment, and even examines some very interesting polls with Greg Dworkin:
Greg reminds us that unalienable rights are fragile and could evaporate with the next shuffle of the supreme court. Trump ideas are not new, and have been under the surface for a while. "Certain Loser" lawsuit against the president strengthened by a supreme court decision.
Professor, Author Ian Reifowitz is David's guest and discusses the philosophical and practical reasons of where and when to invest your votes and political support.
How low will Iran Deal opponents go?
Wed, 19 August 2015
David Waldman today covers the entire gamut from principled birthers to extreme extremists:
Greg Dworkin rounds up the Horse Race Headlines - then explains how the articles’ contents are completely different: Tightening, surging, landslide or mandate. Favorable, unfavorable, vs don’t know because it’s August?
Greg and Armando analyze the polling data, move Trump from “impossible” to “not impossible”
Armando discusses what classifies as classified.
Joan McCarter comes on when lawmakers are out, but plenty still happening:
Planned Parenthood finally goes on offense.
Tue, 18 August 2015
What’s up with Salon, anyway?
Greg Dworkin, perhaps sensing the oncoming streaming crash on today’s show, calls in early to discuss his round up of topics:
John Lott poses as women on chat rooms and articles, gets caught twice, keeps his job at Fox.
Misunderstood Icons, George Zimmerman and the Confederate Flag, join forces.
Mon, 17 August 2015
Please, do not misconstrue anything David Waldman says as a invitation for you to picture Donald Trump naked:
Greg Dworkin describes his feelings about the GOP in 2016:
Homeland Security is confirmed monitoring and tracking black activists, defining (to its satisfaction) “Professional Demonstrator.”
Fri, 14 August 2015
David Waldman invites us to take a gander at the esoterica stashed in his attic.
Police unions and black labor unions strain for solidarity.
Maine Supreme Court agrees with everyone: LePage wrong.