robert greenwald

‘Too Scared to Go Outside’

Oct 31, 2013
One year ago, a 67-year-old Pakistani woman was killed allegedly in a U.S. drone attack while picking vegetables with her grandchildren. President Obama has never acknowledged her death or that of any other alleged drone victim in Pakistan. This week, her son and two of her grandchildren traveled to Washington, D.C., to testify before members of Congress.
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Where Have All the Watchdogs Gone?

Jun 8, 2012
This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: Putting government watchdogs back to work, filmmaker Robert Greenwald, Occupy funnyman Nato Green, student debt and anarchy historian Thai Jonescom/avbooth/category/truthdig_radio/" title="Truthdig Radio">Truthdig Radio: Putting government watchdogs back to work, Robert Greenwald, Nato Green, student debt and Thai Jones.

Exposing the Worst of the 1 Percent

Nov 3, 2011
Robert Greenwald's Brave New Films is preparing a multimedia onslaught to expose those 1 percenters who use their monetary and political powers to the disadvantage of others -- sometimes millions of others, as in the case of Bank of America (more).

Hi Ho, American Capitalism

Oct 3, 2009
What's wrong with the American economic system? That's what "Capitalism: A Love Story" auteur Michael Moore wants to know, and Sen. Bernie Sanders is on hand to answer him in his latest installment of Brave New Films' "Senator Sanders Unfiltered" series. (Hint: It has something to do with "an unfettered, cowboy-type capitalism" that stems largely from the Reagan era.)

A Brave New Baucus Bill Primer

Sep 29, 2009
As this commentary from the vigilant videographers over at Robert Greenwald's Brave New Films outfit points out, Sen. Max Baucus' health care reform bill definitely would serve the interests of at least some interested parties -- namely, the health insurance companies themselves.

‘Sick for Profit’

Aug 13, 2009
Robert Greenwald and Brave New Films have a simple but compelling health care argument: Compare the obscene earnings of one insurance CEO to the comparatively bargain claims his company has refused to honor. UnitedHealth Group CEO Stephen Hemsley, this clip argues, is personally profiting from the misery of children.