On this week’s “Informed Rant,” Joshua Scheer speaks with the CIA veteran about the U.S. intelligence establishment and its claims that hackers interfered with the election at the behest of the Russian government.
In this week's episode of "Informed Rant," host Josh Scheer speaks with Greg Dotson, vice president of energy policy at the Center for American Progress, about Donald Trump’s proposed pick to head the Environmental Protection Agency. Scheer also sits down with research professor Anthony Carnevale and writer Katie Halper.
In this week’s episode of Joshua Scheer's podcast, Scheer speaks with Reece Jones, associate professor of geography at the University of Hawaii, Manoa, about Jones’ book, “Violent Borders: Refugees and the Right to Move."
In this week’s episode of “Scheer Intelligence,” the Truthdig editor in chief speaks with the lawyer and immigrant-rights activist who self-deported to illuminate the plight of immigrants like herself.
The filmmaker’s new documentary follows Gennadiy Mokhnenko, a larger-than-life Ukrainian pastor who tries to rehabilitate homeless children in his “Pilgrim Republic.”
Journalist Steve Fisher talks with KPFK’s Joshua Scheer about his and Anabel Hernández's investigative work on the missing 43 students in Mexico. Also, Truthdig's Kasia Anderson discusses Stephen Colbert's debut, and Liza Gold talks gun deaths and mental health.
Documentary filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer talks with Truthdig’s Robert Scheer and Kasia Anderson and KPFK’s Joshua Scheer about the influence his films “The Act of Killing” and the just-released “The Look of Silence” have had on life in Indonesia, where the perpetrators of a 50-year-old massacre still hold power.
The filmmaker behind the spellbinding, Sundance award-winning documentary out in theaters this month tells KPFK host Joshua Scheer about the moral confusion that prevails in border towns where vigilantes struggle against the violence of drug cartels and the rule of law has vanished.
Update: Transcript added. Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and columnist Chris Hedges argue over the significance of the USA Freedom Act -- specifically, whether it represents a meaningful challenge to the national security and surveillance state.Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and columnist Chris Hedges argue over the significance of the USA Freedom Act—specifically, whether it represents a meaningful challenge to the national security and surveillance state.
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