The election is eating up the airwaves, but Jim Dean from Democracy for America wants to discuss what’s going to happen as soon as its over, like a renewed focus on the TPP.
Election Day: November 8, 2016
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- When Washington’s Stuck, How We Can Move Ahead
When Washington’s Stuck, How We Can Move Ahead by Hendrick Smith Recently Los Angeles City Council voted to raise LA’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2020 – and there is a lesson and a message for all of us in that move. For it not only puts pressure on the rest of California, […]...
The media is vulnerable to an election night cyber attack, Darren Samuelson from Politico reports.
Sal Collelouri from Media Matters joins us to discuss their report: Trump’s Last Resort: Right-Wing Media Lies About Voter Fraud.
Victoria Nalongo Namusisi started an orphanage for the kids of Uganda in 2000, focusing on getting them regular meals, medical care and an education. Bright Kids Uganda aims to empower people – not just the children, but their families too. Victoria is joined by Pauline Greenlick of the ASA Social Fund for Hidden Peoples, and Rosemary Trump, labor activist and historian.