Moyers & Company
Full Show: The Crusade Against Reproductive Rights07/18/14
With new state laws and Supreme Court rulings, the battle over women’s reproductive rights is being fought more fiercely than ever. Roe v. Wade itself may be in peril. Planned Parenthood's Cecile Richards joins Bill in the studio this week. Continue...
Full Show: Is the Supreme Court Out of Order?
Following several high-profile, controversial decisions, Bill speaks to NY Times columnist Linda Greenhouse and Slate's Dahlia Lithwick about the agenda of the Roberts court. Continue reading
Full Show: Grass Roots Grow Against Greed
This week on Moyers & Company, organized people versus organized money: the battle continues. Continue reading
The Truth vs. DC’s Propaganda Machine
This week Bill speaks with investigative journalist Charles Lewis about why facts, logic and reason are often missing in the rush to war. Continue reading
Full Show: Chaos in Iraq
While armchair warriors in Washington cry “back to Iraq,” former combat veteran and military historian Andrew Bacevich says no way. Continue reading
A World Cup for the Wealthy, Not for the People
Dave Zirin discusses the Brazilian people's protests against huge sporting events that catch the world's eye but deepen inequality and divert resources from where they're needed most in a country struggling with massive income inequality. Continue...
Full Show: Too Big to Fail and Getting Bigger
Our banks are larger than before the 2008 crash and they're still living dangerously, economist Anat Admati tells Bill. Continue reading
Full Show: How Tax Reform Can Save the Middle Class
Economist Joseph E. Stiglitz says corporate tax abuse has helped make America unequal and undemocratic. But the Nobel Prize-winner has a plan to change that. Continue reading
Joseph E. Stiglitz: Let’s Stop Subsidizing Tax Dodgers
The Nobel Prize-winning economist on why America’s future prosperity depends on tax reform today. Continue reading
Facing the Truth: The Case for Reparations
This week Bill speaks with Ta-Nehisi Coates, a senior editor for The Atlantic about his cover story on why America needs to reconcile with its racist past. Continue reading
Full Show: The War on Climate Scientists
In part two of his interview, scientist David Suzuki says there's still hope for the planet, despite the obstruction and greed of politicians and corporations. Continue reading
Full Show: Time to Get Real on Climate Change
A geneticist who has made science exciting to millions of TV viewers warns that we’re burning up the planet, but there’s still a chance we can make it. Continue reading
Full Show: Is Net Neutrality Dead?
Democracy loses if the Internet’s sold to the highest bidder -- and that may be exactly what's about to happen. Continue reading
Putting the Freeze on Global Warming
Two leaders of the climate change divestment campaign are urging institutions to break ties with the fossil fuel industry. Continue reading
What the 1% Don’t Want You to Know
Economist Paul Krugman explains how the United States is becoming an oligarchy - the very system our founders revolted against. Continue reading
Fighting for the Four Freedoms
Historian Harvey J. Kaye talks to Bill about why FDR's "Four Freedoms” -- freedom from fear and want and freedom of speech and religion -- are more important now than ever. Continue reading
All Work and No Pay
Did you know the federal minimum wage for millions of restaurant workers is $2.13 an hour? Advocate Saru Jayaraman says that's not only unfair but unsafe. Continue reading
Public Schools for Sale?
Preeminent education historian and public school advocate Diane Ravitch talks to Bill this week about the private sellout of public schools. Continue reading
Who’s Buying our Midterm Elections?
Two investigative journalists talk to Bill about the role of dark money -- and the wealthy donors behind it -- in this year's midterm elections. Continue reading
No Escaping Dragnet Nation
Investigative reporter Julia Angwin talks to Bill about how America has become a dragnet nation where mass surveillance rules. Continue reading
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