Coffee Party USA

Coffee Party USA

Coffee Party USA

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This is the official radio network for Coffee Party USA. Our shows are listed at: Our shows have audience participation from all over the country. All are hosted, researched, and produced by Coffee Party volunteers.

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Politics Done Right With Egberto Willies is a political talk show on current events. While the show has a admittedly liberal bent, it seeks to engage citizens of all political ideologies to foment a healthy discourse. Join us on... more
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Civil Rights legend Bob Zellner will be our special guest on Lunch with Louden. The son and grandson of Klansmen, Zellner turned away from his heritage joining the civil rights movement and later becoming the first white secretary of the... more

Progressive Politics: Tennessee Style (PPTS) is a topical live call-in radio talk show which highlights the activities, activists and activism of the Progressive Movement across the USA. Our show airs live on the Coffee Party Radio... more

This week's show Why Is The Economy Better Under Democrats? A few weeks ago Chuck Todd interviewed a Princeton economist who did some research on economic performance based on the president in office. Something that many... more

It's that time of year again. Time to reflect on where our tax money goes, who pays, who does not pay, and how we feel about it all. There are Tax Day Actions scheduled across America. Guests and callers will share how they will express... more

Eric Byler guest hosts for Dan Aronson. This will be a call-in show, but Eric will also report on his experiences filming with Annabel Park for Story of America. ________________________________________________ Press [1] for... more

"Progressive Politics: Tennessee Style" (PPTS)is dedicated to the activities, activitists, and activism of the Progressive Movement across the United States of America. After two successful years on the air in both our own space, and a... more

This week was a bad week for our democracy. The Supreme Court removed the aggregate limit of dollars that anyone can spend in any election cycle. Only around 646 people reached that limit in the 2011-2012 election cycle. In other... more

Do you contribute to candidates? Will you now, or did yesterday's Supreme Court McCutcheon decision take the wind out of your contribution sails? Did it encourage you to contribute more? Was leveling the playing field for... more

Press [1] for Democracy (P1FD) is a Coffee Party Radio show that discusses the political issues of the day in a civil, fact-based, and transpartisan manner. Transpartisan is quite different from bi- or non-partisan in the we encourage... more
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