The former congressman brought his brand of D.C.-style real talk, and his unabashed support for Hillary Clinton, to the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles on Tuesday night.
Former Massachusetts Congressman Barney Frank spent nearly three decades on Capitol Hill, so he knows a thing or two about what presidential elections look like from inside the Washington bubble.
Pacifica, the original alternative media, just fired its national director. The New York Times doesn't seem to know why.
Ian Masters has one hell of an interview with Lawrence Wilkerson, who does not hold back. For instance, he says Condoleezza Rice, who is speaking Wednesday in Tampa, is a perfect mascot for the billionaires "raping and pillaging not only America, but the rest of the world with their predatory form of capitalism."
Ian Masters investigates Montana's rejection of corporate personhood, a decision that is under review by the Supreme Court.
Ian Masters asks Dahlia Lithwick, a contributing editor at Newsweek and a senior editor and legal correspondent at Slate, to dig into the NDAA and report on whether our civil liberties are as threatened as they seem to be by the defense bill President Obama signed on New Year's Eve.
Robert Baer, the veteran CIA operations officer whose book was the basis for the film "Syriana," says an Israeli attack on Iran is likely and warns that the U.S. could be drawn into yet another conflict.
In interviewing Joel Rogers -- whom Glenn Beck and Andrew Breitbart consider the power behind the scenes of a vast left-wing conspiracy -- radio host Ian Masters asks about the real power in the country: the right-wing juggernaut that is sweeping the land.