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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.

Upcoming Broadcasts

Tonight on P1FD, Jeanene Louden and co-host Debilyn Molineaux are invading! Dan will be on sabbatical for a month or so and we are filling in. We would like to hear from you about your thoughts about Coffee Party, what is possible, and how we move forward together. What are your hopes and concerns for the future? How does Coffee Party fit into those hopes and concerns? Can Coffee Party successfully balance the tension between dialogue and activism to create systemic change along with other organizations and people? The third Coffee Party Board of Directors retreat is happening this coming weekend in Colorado. Board members will be coming from Oregon, Texas, Illinois, Michigan, Colorado and Virginia. The Bylaws mandate this face to face meeting as a way to improve and enhance relationships with each other as we continue to work virtually to improve our political process. An extensive questionnaire will go out to members Tuesday. Tonight, you will have the opportunity to have input into that questionnaire. If you would like to give input as a member, it is not too late to join: If you would like to support the retreat directly, see our Indiegogo campaign at
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On-Demand Episodes

Have coffee with Ann Morgan from NH and Andy Flynn from MI, both unemployed and facing a world with no income now that their benefits have expired. We will hear about their struggles and their thoughts about what is happening to the... more

Have coffee with John de Graaf -- author and filmmaker of “Affluenza: The All-Consuming Epidemic” and writer of “What’s the Economy For Anyway” and founder of Take Back Your Time -- and Laura Musikanski, Executive Director of... more

Interview with David Cobb of Move to Amend. We'll discuss the midterm election and the impact of Citizens United on the outcome. He'll describe the national coalition of diverse public interest, community, and business organizations which... more

John Avlon is senior political columnist for ‘The Daily Beast’ and author of ‘Wingnuts: How the Lunatic Fringe is Hijacking America’ and ‘Independent Nation: How Centrists Can Change American Politics.’ He formerly wrote for the New... more

Annabel will interview Linda Killian, author of "The Freshmen: What Happened to the Republican Revolution?, columnist for Politico and US World & News Report. We'll discuss her participation in the upcoming Coffee Party Convention in... more

Jonathan Alter, frequent guest on MSNBC and Newsweek Editor, will discuss his new book,"The Promise: President Obama, Year One" and his thoughts about Coffee Party and the midterm election.

Jimmy Wales, a self-described objectivist, founded Wikipedia in 2001. Wikipeida aggregates information through collaboration by an online community of volunteers and it is currently the most popular reference in the world. Wikipedia... more

Heather Booth, Director of Americans for Financial Reform, will fill us in on the behind-the-scenes legislative state of play, and the status of derivatives reform as the bill heads towards final voting. Ed Mierzwinski, a long time consumer... more

Guest William Ury will discuss his work on conflict resolution, his theory of the third side and how we may apply these ideas to political conflicts and disagreements. There are techniques that can help us achieve new outcomes.... more

Why are we as societies creating a world that we as individuals abhor? This is the question asked by Frances Moore Lappé in her latest book, Getting a Grip 2: Clarity, Creativity and Courage for the World We Really Want. Lappe is the... more
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