The Trump Administration is going to put reporters to the test. Will they stand up for each other and for the American public? Media Matters’ Joe Strupp talks about his report: “We Can’t Be Intimidated”: Journalists Speak Out On How The Press Should Cover Trump
Generation Progress Digital Director Chelsea Coatney joins us to talk about Trump resistance events happening around Washington DC, and their events aiming to educate millennials on what it takes to run for office and how to build the grass roots movement.
Buck Geno of Work in Progress Radio and guest John Reurink of MIRS join us to talk about the inauguration of President Trump, and legislation being presented in the state of Michigan targeting the prevailing wage.
ProPublica Lead Reporter Cezary Podkul joins us to talk about, “New York City and State Step Up Enforcement of Wage Rules for Luxury Building Workers.“
Buck Geno of Work in Progress Radio joins us to talk about ways to engage with the new POTUS and elected officials over the big issues that impact you as a constituent, and how we need solidarity as we move into new times.
Media Matters Reproductive Rights Program Director Sharon Kann joins us to announce the winners of our Tinfoil Hat Awards, and man they’re good this week.
Doug Cunningham of Workers Independent News joins us to talk about the future of solidarity, and the Women’s March on Washington, along with related marches around the country as we move into a new era.
Americans love a lot of our public services – like National Parks, and museums – but don’t like to pay for it. How can we reconcile this? We discuss this and the controversy surrounding numerous picks for Trump’s Cabinet with former PA Senator Allen Kukovich on Informed Action.
Registered Nurses are calling on OSHA to protect them from abuse by the patients that they’re trying to help. The National Nurses United co-president Jean Ross joins us to talk about how they’re seeking safety for all nurses.
Senators Warren and Franken are making Trump’s Cabinet picks squirm, reports Politico’s Louis Nelson. The Democrats aren’t going easy on any of the nominees.