August 28, 2011

John K. Wilson, author of “The Most Dangerous Man in America: Rush Limbaugh’s Assault on Reason”

Author of the new book on Rush Limbaugh, "The Most Dangerous Man in America: Rush Limbaugh's Assault on Reason," (limbaughbook.com). Also the author of "Barack Obama: This Improbable Quest" and "President Barack Obama: A More Perfect Union (www.obamapolitics.com), along with "Patriotic Correctness: Academic Freedom and Its Enemies" (www.collegefreedom.org).


August 21, 2011

Eli Pariser from MoveOn.org and the author of The Filter Bubble

Eli Pariser is an online organizer and disorganizer, the former Executive Director of MoveOn (and now the board president), a co-founder of Avaaz.org, and as of May 2011 the author of The Filter Bubble. Eli has appeared as a commentator on "Good Morning America," "World News Tonight," the Colbert Report, and all of the major cable news channels except Fox News. His Op-Eds have appeared in the Washington Post, LA Times, and other periodicals. Call and speak with Pariser and McChesney during this live program. www.thefilterbubble.com


August 14, 2011

Jacob Hacker, author of Winner-Take-All Politics

Jacob Hacker, PhD, is a Professor of Political Science at Yale University and the author of Winner-Take-All Politics: How Washington Made the Richer Richer--and Turned Its Back on the Middle Class. He is the author of The Great Risk Shift: The New Economic Insecurity and the Decline of the American Dream, The Divided Welfare State, and, with Paul Pierson, Off Center: The Republican Revolution and the Erosion of American Democracy. Pierson is the John Gross Professor of Political Science at the University of California at Berkeley.


August 07, 2011

John Bellamy Foster of the Monthly Review

John Bellamy Foster is the editor of Monthly Review and Professor of Sociology at the University of Oregon in Eugene, where he teaches environmental sociology, social theory, Marxism and political economy. Foster was active in the anti-war and environmental movements from a young age. His early research centred on political economy and theories of capitalist development.



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