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Lee Stranahan is a filmmaker, writer and a teacher who's taught tens of thousands of people how to create and promote their artistic visions.

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The new film Fruitvale Station purports to tell the true story of Oscar Grant, a young black man who was shot bu a BART police officer near Oakland on New Year's Day in 2009. The accidental shooting sparked riots and made major news... more

With a fresh scandal and the ongoing New York City mayoral race, Anthony Weiner and his sexual compulsions are back in the news. Host Lee Stranahan was there on day one when the original story about Weinergate broke with his... more

Lee talks about the new economy and how it impacts jobs, immigration and you.

The Dream Defenders are going on their third week taking over the Florida State Capitol in an ongoing protest over the Trayvon Martin shooting. Lee will be talking to one of the protesters live from their occupation.

Controversial writer, filmmaker and talk show host John Ziegler talks about media malfeasance in the accusations made against legendary Penn State football coach 'Joe Paterno in the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.

The hub-bub about the NSA raises some basic question about the idea of secturity and privacy. It also raises a fundemental rift in the GOP that's going to rear its head in 2016.

What does bravery mean in the politics? Who's got it and who doesn't?

The latest jobs numbers are out while the New York Times says they are 'strong', the show a continuing trend of part time employment increasing while full time jobs have gone down. How will this affect your life? Lee talks about the new... more

The George Zimmerman trial for the shooting of Trayvon Martin was been a politically motivated fiasco. Today, Lee about the run-up to the trial and what we've seen so far.

It's all over the news -- from Paula Deen to Geroe Zimmerman to Pigford. What better day to talk about race and racism than July 4th? Dedicated to the memory of Andrew Breitbart.