Aug 30, 2022
Sam Berger of the Center for American Progress draws the parallels between Richard Nixon and Donald Trump, and asks us to take a lesson from how the nation recovered from Watergate. Karen Hobert Flynn, the President of Common Cause, explains why a national popular vote is a better way to pick the next president.
Aug 23, 2022
The destructive influence of “dark money” in campaign finance.
The truth on how American elections are bought and sold. Plus, Fred Wertheimer and the movement to restore ethics and integrity to government.
Kimberly Reed’s film, “Dark Money”, is a powerful expose of the influence of anonymous...
Aug 16, 2022
It’s a new day in the climate battle that can only be fought by believing we can still make a difference.
Climate scientist Michael Mann has achieved fame for his work in proving climate change is happening. He says that even as we move past climate denialism, the battle over how to take action against...
Aug 9, 2022
Lessons we learned from the Kennedys, and what they can teach us about today’s political climate.
Robert Kennedy ran an economically populist campaign that reached across America’s deep racial divide. Richard Kahlenberg says his legacy matters now more than ever.
Aug 1, 2022
The past, present and future of progressives in the Senate. Senator Sherrod Brown on his book Desk 88: Eight Progressive Senators Who Changed America.
Senator Sherrod Brown’s most recent book offers a timely history of 20th-century American progressivism. Along the way he makes a compelling case to...