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

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On Friday August 14th an important new movie highlighting the impact of corporate money in our schools opens nationwide … but you won't be able to see it in theaters! Education, Inc. describes how "dark money" contributors are funding free-market reformers to take over local school boards and transform American public education into a business. The film details how billions of tax dollars are being diverted away from public school children under the banner of ?school choice.? Yet while uncovering this money trail, Education, Inc. also describes the efforts of students, parents and teachers across the country to fight back. You won't want to miss this movie! Click above to view the trailer! So how can you see it? Visit the film's website now to: Order a copy of the DVD Host a screening of the film Find a screening near you Then, after viewing the film join us here at the Coffee Party for a special conversation with filmmaker Brian Malone on Wednesday, August 26 at 8:30pm eastern. We will be hosting a "movie night" Blogtalkradio discussion with Brian as he describes why and how he came to make this very timely and informative movie! So---see the film and then bring your comments and questions to our movie night program on August 26! Sign up below to stay informed on this - and all - Coffee Party USA events. Coffee Party USA is proud to partner with Fast Forward Films in the premier of Education, Inc.
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Obviously money pouring in from corporations has citizens worried about the impact they can have, but there are other issues hampering our efforts - social pressures and time constraints. The Bottom Line: If we are not free to practice... more

by Egberto Willies, Politics Done Right We had a spirited Vice-Presidential debate between Vice-President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan. It was clear that Vice-President Biden had the upper hand. The Reuters/Ipsos... more

Military Might: do we want more or less? How do you see the role of the U.S. military in the world? How can we be any more powerful without reconsidering our financial approach to providing a meaningful military presence? Is it worth the... more

Tonight we'll focus on the future of our broken political system, and, how we can counter attempts by well-funded partisan operatives to further corrupt the system we have. A lot of us are moving to "Independent" in an effort to express our... more

"What's on Your Mind?" Hi Coffee Party! Join Jordan Hahn, guest hosting tonight on Speaking of America from 8 pm to 10 pm Pacific Time. Tonight: What if all candidates who were on enough ballots to win 270 electoral college votes were... more

Join Jessica English on Coffee Party Radio from 5 PM to 6:30 PM eastern time each Sunday. You can hear archived shows and learn more about Coffee Party Radio at ?wwwCoffeePartyUSA.com/radio?.

The first debate is over. Obama lost on style. Romney lost on the facts. Who won? The unemployment rate fell to 7.8%. The Right Wing is going crazy accusing the BLS of cooking the books. What do you think? Also, below is a list... more

Tired of the usual debate-watching routine? On today's show we're launching a new routine, updated for the Age of Network Intelligence! We will set the people's narrative informed by #cpdebate twitter comments before, during and after the... more

Last week on The Middle Ground we had a number of guests discussing the state of the GOP, and whether it made any sense at all to be part of the Republican Party. Several spoke on why they had left while others —... more

"What's on Your Mind?" The stimulus package President Obama backed and Congress passed in early 2009, known as the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, is credited with saving the United States from plummeting... more
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