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Jay Ackroyd

Virtually Speaking

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Informal & informed conversations about politics, policy, economics, media, science and more. Sundays feature a panel of prominent members of the liberal blogosphere. Tuesdays, Jay Ackroyd talks public affairs, mostly with authors, mostly about progressive issues

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Ian Welsh has been blogging since 2003. He was the Managing Editor of FireDogLake and the Agonist. His work has also appeared at Huffington Post, Alternet, and Truthout, as well as the now defunct Blogging of the President... more

TPP. Why is the Transpacific Partnership the hill Obama is willing to die for? Why can't we have nice tihngs l? Why is it so difficult to implement obviously good public policy? Commentary from David Dayen and RJ Eskow. With Jay... more

Collaboration between powerful private and public interests has become the ruling force in the United States, and the OECD. This collaboration operates in conflict, and in oppostion to, the welfare of the general populace. This conflict and... more

Marcy Wheeler, one of America's premiere investigative journalists focusing on civil liberties, the military/intelligence and other national security issues is the author of the definitive book on the Scooter Libby trial: Anatomy of Deceipt. On... more

While attending the 2014 Netroots Nation conference, Gaius Publius — contributing writer at AmericaBlog and member of the Virtually Speaking Sunday media panel — conducted three interviews under the heading "Five... more

While attending the 2014 Netroots Nation conference, Gaius Publius — contributing writer at AmericaBlog and member of the Virtually Speaking Sunday media panel — conducted three interviews under the heading "Five... more

While attending the 2014 Netroots Nation conference, Gaius Publius — contributing writer at AmericaBlog and member of the Virtually Speaking Sunday media panel — conducted three interviews under the heading "Five... more

What does it mean for progressive politics that Zephyr Teachout and Tim Wu won 35% and 40% of the New York state vote, respectively, in an almost-unfunded campaign against entrenched Democratic incumbent Andrew Cuomo? What... more

Brooklyn College History professor and oral historian Philip Napoli joins us to discuss his book Bringing It All Back Home, an oral history of the war and homecoming experiences of New York City's Vietnam Veterans. Through an... more

Jennifer Ouellette talks with Caltech physicist Spyridon (Spiros) Michalakis about quantum computing and quantum information. Read quantumfrontiers.com Follow @quantum_spiros @JenLucPiquant
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