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Robert Scheer to KPFA Host Philip Maldari: Trump Is a Symptom; Establishment Sellout Is the Disease

In an hour-long discussion about the presidential race, Truthdig’s editor in chief begs liberals not to let the idea of Donald Trump getting his hands on nuclear weapons scare them out of thinking critically about Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party.

Posted on Jul 18, 2016 WATCH & LISTEN


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AUDIO: Robert Scheer on the Promises and Dangers of the 2016 Presidential Election

On Sunday’s edition of KPFA’s “Sunday Show” with Philip Maldari, Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer and Kevin Gray, co-editor of “Killing Trayvons: An Anthology of American Violence,” discuss the upcoming election.

Posted on Mar 17, 2016 WATCH & LISTEN


Robert Scheer and KPFA’s Philip Maldari: A Spirited Debate

Robert Scheer and KPFA’s Philip Maldari chat about issues including state politics, Rambo Obama’s use of executive power, the facade of the two-party system and the unresolved economic crisis.

Posted on Jun 12, 2012 WATCH & LISTEN


Mr. Fish Goes ‘Against the Grain’

In this segment from the Feb. 28 edition of KPFA’s “Against the Grain,” aptly titled “Pictures Against Power,” the inimitable Mr. Fish tells co-hosts C.S. Soong and Sasha Lilley about his provocative cartoons, his book “Go Fish: How to Win Contempt and Influence People,” and what artists can do far better than politicians.

Posted on Mar 2, 2012 WATCH & LISTEN


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Deporting Veterans

KPFA Radio’s “The War Comes Home” series tells the story of Philippe Louis Jean, an Iraq war veteran whom the U.S. government shamefully tried to deport—once he came home. Louis Jean had a green card, but a previous adultery charge was enough for the government to throw him in prison for 10 months.

Posted on Sep 5, 2007 WATCH & LISTEN


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