We are recognized as the premier Labor Talk Radio program.

Through a mix of local and national interviews, we discuss critical issues facing our listeners. The Union Edge reaches across the table and political aisle to find common ground, and speaks to labor, progressives, and moderates. The discussion is often lively but it is always respectful. We are America’s largest nationally-syndicated labor talk show, broadcast live from our PIttsburgh studio noon-3pm ET. Click here to find a station near you!

Listen Live

Sponsored, in part, by:

  • The Team
  • unionedgebannner
  • AT&T Discount

Podcasts.

The New American Economy: Building Wealth if You Aren’t Rich – and doing it ethically

November 22, 2017 A rebirth of investment in manufacturing can also be part of a transition to a sustainable economy. This week, Dr. Patricia DeMarco invites Thomas Wolf from the Steel valley Authority ...

The Labor Intensive

November 21, 2017Our resident labor historians Rosemary Trump (former SEIU VP) and Charlie McCollester (labor history professor) join us for their weekly segment, The Labor Intensive. We talk about how proposed tax ...

Julie Kessel – League of Women Voters – Municipality abolishes Super PACs

November 21, 2017Last month, St. Petersburg Florida became the FIRST municipality post-Citizens United to abolish Super PACs and limit foreign corporate spending in local elections. Money in politics is a major priority ...

Specialized Medical Care for Veterans

November 21, 2017Will Attig joins us from the Union Veterans Council to discuss why vets need specialized medical care.

Ted Hesson – Politico – Watchdog report

November 21, 2017Ted Hesson joins us to discuss his Politico report: Watchdog says Homeland Security bottling up travel ban report

The failed comeback of a white supremacist

November 21, 2017A white supremacist who got permanently banned on Twitter attempted a comeback and failed, Cristina Lopez reports for Media Matters.

Medicare and the Tax Plan

November 21, 2017Ernie Powell, grassroots organizer for Social Security Works discusses what the proposed tax bill will do to Medicare.

A million mishandled car loans

November 21, 2017Conduit Services has been providing bad records on as many as 1 million car loans for years. Sam Knight and Sam Sacks join us from the District Sentinel to talk ...

An inspirational pre-apprenticeship program

November 20, 2017Chris Garlock from the DC Labor Council discusses a pre-apprenticeship program for low income DC residents, describing the love that instructor Rosella Scott puts into educating the next generation.

Unions and demoocracy

November 20, 2017Labor reporter Doug Cunningham discusses why unions are vital to our democratic rights.

All Podcasts

Facebook.

Generation Progress is working on a Borrowers Bill of Rights to protect those navigating the student loan process. theunionedge.com/new-protections-student-loan-borrowers/ ...

View on Facebook

Loretta Johnson of the AFT: School Vouchers Aren’t Improving Education theunionedge.com/loretta-johnson-aft-school-vouchers-arent-improving-education/ ...

View on Facebook

Dr. Eric Rodriguez talks mental health care as we age and having legal documents set up before you get sick. theunionedge.com/legal-checkup-dr-rodriguez-aging-pt-2/ ...

View on Facebook

Private charter school companies are using public dollars to make a mess of the education system. theunionedge.com/andrew-spar-florida-education-association-proposed-bill-gives-private-companies-... ...

View on Facebook

Call us.

(412) 904-1948

Email Us