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An international talk show discussing the ways in which the average citizen in all countries can fight to end war worldwide.

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Gerrymandering has made a mockery of the democratic process throughout the US. Engineering districts to benefit one party or the other has been raised to a fine art, making most of them safe for incumbents. Current members... more

Many people wonder how to recreate the peace movement that was so instrumental in ending the Vietnam war, or at least calling attention to its evils. Our guest Drea Tosi thinks that we cannot and should not try to recreate that... more

Syria is the critical front line in the war against global fascism. The outcome of the US-backed terrorist coup there may hinge on Turkey, whose embattled Prime Minister is waging a curiously successful war against democracy in a country... more

There is a national movement growing to pass an amendment to the constitution that will establish that money spent to influence campaigns is not protected speech. In order to see this happen, we need to build the largest coalition... more

Anyone who watched the 2008 Democratic presidential primary debates could see how the corporate media decides who is a viable candidate. Former US Senator Mike Gravel was the only candidate willing to say what he actually thinks rather... more

Eisenhower and McArthur famously said that those who have lived through the horror of war hate it the most. Shawn Hamilton was raised by such a man, a retired Air Force major who fought in WWII but was so reticent to talk about his... more

Recent government reports have highlighted the urgency of ending our dependence on fossil fuels. There are many steps that must be taken to free ourselves from a fossil fuels-based economy, from conservation to bridging... more

Americans of all political persuasions are up in arms about the state of democracy in the US. Regardless of whether one is in favor of real democracy or a consitutional republic, anyone with open eyes can see that the US does not... more

Debate about single payer health care has been on the fringes of the larger conversation about the need for real health care reform. It is considered by most people to be a "liberal" idea for ideological reasons, but for economic reasons it... more

There are few issues that cannot unite Americans more solidly than opposition to the NDAA, which gives any President the power to declare any American an enemy combatant if they are considered "belligerent," This term is so poorly... more

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