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KALW's call-in show: Politics and culture, dialogue and debate.

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KALW's call-in show: Politics and culture, dialogue and debate.

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English


Episodes
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The RNC and the media's failure to cover The GOP's far-right agenda

7/19/2024
After the media said we'd see a changed Donald Trump, he repeated 2020 election lies, called for the mass deportation of immigrants, and called COVID the China virus.

Duration:00:52:10

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Norm Ornstein on the media's failure to cover the GOP & Trump

7/18/2024
Twelve years ago, political scientist Norm Ornstein argued that the Republican Party had become an insurgent outlier in US politics. Since then, it's only gotten worse.

Duration:00:52:03

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The conservative groups behind Project 2025

7/17/2024
We continue our series on Project 2025 by discussing the more than 100 conservative organizations that contributed to the right-wing agenda. We'll also follow the money.

Duration:00:52:02

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Robert Reich on Trumpism & why Democrats lose to extremists

7/16/2024
Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich joins us to discuss this political moment, today's Republican Party and why Democrats are losing to extremists.

Duration:00:52:05

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Media coverage of the Trump rally shooting, violent rhetoric and guns

7/15/2024
In the wake of Saturday's deadly shooting in Butler, Pennsylvania, Republicans went on the cable shows to minimize Trump's violent rhetoric.

Duration:00:52:12

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ProPublica investigate the GOP's internal war over school vouchers

7/12/2024
Privatization advocates, backed by a handful of billionaire funders, are on the march to push more states to expand private school vouchers, according to ProPublica.

Duration:00:27:12

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The Night Won't End: Biden's War on Gaza

7/12/2024
From air strikes to field executions, Fault Lines investigates the killings of civilians by the Israeli military in Gaza and the role of the United States in the war.

Duration:00:24:50

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How will cities respond to the Supreme Court's homeless ruling?

7/11/2024
The six conservatives on the Supreme Court ruled that cities can fine and arrest homeless people for sleeping in public spaces, even if they have no other place to go.

Duration:00:52:10

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Project 2025: How would Trump dismantle the administrative state?

7/10/2024
We'll find out how Trump would "deconstructing the administrative state," fire over 50,000 federal employees, and eliminate or dismantle federal agencies.

Duration:00:52:06

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What the conservative Chevron ruling means for everyday life

7/9/2024
On June 28, the Supreme Court's conservative majority overturned the 40-year-old Chevron doctrine, which ensured that agency experts, not judges, made policy decisions.

Duration:00:52:16

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Biden proposes new rules to protect workers from extreme heat

7/8/2024
For the first time ever, the Biden administration has released a proposed rule with the goal of protecting nearly 36 millions workers from extreme heat.

Duration:00:24:06

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ProPublica exposes the delusion of “advanced” plastic recycling

7/8/2024
The world churns out 430 million metric tons of plastic pollution every year. Scientists say the key to fixing this crisis is to make less of it.

Duration:00:27:56

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The Grab exposes the global race to control food and water resources

7/5/2024
The Grab is a new documentary that exposes governments, private investors, and mercenaries working to seize food and water resources.

Duration:00:51:01

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"Making It In America" calls for the revival of US manufacturing

7/4/2024
Rachel Slade’s new book, "Making It in America," is a unique look at global politics, economics, and labor through the story of textile manufacturing.

Duration:00:51:11

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Project 2025 would radically change all aspects of US life

7/3/2024
Your Call begins a series about Project 2025, a Heritage Foundation-led authoritarian plan that would guide a second Trump administration and radically transform the US.

Duration:00:52:11

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Legacy: A Black Physician Reckons with Racism in Medicine

7/2/2024
Dr. Uché Blackstock's new book is "as much about my work and awakening as a physician as it is a call to reimagine who we are as a country."

Duration:00:52:56

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The Presidential debate & the corporate power brokers behind AIPAC

6/28/2024
Democrats are calling on President Biden to step down after last night's stumbling debate and Donald Trump made more than 30 false claims, according to CNN.

Duration:00:52:38

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Will the climate crisis get enough attention in tonight's debate?

6/27/2024
Climate change is exacerbating extreme weather, causing deaths and destabilizing societies across the world. What questions should be asked at tonight's debate?

Duration:00:17:52

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LGBTQ+ activists celebrate Pride amid ongoing GOP attacks

6/27/2024
We're having an intergenerational conversation with LGBTQ+ activists about what they're celebrating during Pride Month and how they're fighting back.

Duration:00:34:11

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Celebrating Pride Month with banned LGBTQ+ authors

6/26/2024
Voters strongly oppose conservative books bans, which are most likely to target works depicting LGBTQ+ characters and stories. Last year, 4,349 books were banned.

Duration:00:52:11