Tag: coronavirus

  • Larry Wilkerson – Ep 67

    Powerful.  That’s how I’d describe today’s episode.  A deep dive into the mind of COL(R) Larry Wilkerson, his career as a U.S. Army officer to include combat in Vietnam, his […]

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    Kevin Zeese of Popular Resistance – Ep 66

    Kevin Zeese of Popular Resistance stops by the podcast to discuss his path to becoming an activist during protests in the 60’s and 70’s, what he’s learned from Ralph Nader, […]

  • Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz – Ep 64

    Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, legendary activist and author of An Indigenous People’s History of the United States, stop by the podcast to discuss her journey to studying and writing about indigenous history, […]

  • Rebecca Gordon and American Nuremberg – Ep 63

    Rebecca Gordon, a TomDispatch regular and author of American Nuremberg: The Officials Who Should Stand Trial for Post 9/11 War Crimes, stop by the podcast to discuss torture and moral […]

  • Coronavirus and the U.S. military – Ep 59

    The outbreak of the coronavirus in the United States has presented a unique catastrophe that is targeting members of the American military as much as the average citizen.  Here, we […]