I was on Background Briefing with Ian Masters on May Day to talk teacher strikes. Then finally we examine further the erosion of America’s middle class with 63% of Americans one paycheck away from the street and unable to deal with a $500 emergency, while over one third are running out of food, not being […]
I was on Your Call Radio with Rose Aguilar on May Day. On this edition of Your Call, we’ll mark May Day by talking about the labor movements that are sweeping the country. Workers in United States are more productive than ever, but since 1973, their wages haven’t kept up, according to the Economic Policy […]
I joined Samhita Mukhopadhyay and Collier Meyerson to talk feminism, resistance, and revolution in Trump’s America.
I joined WNYC news for a quick hit on the Jersey City teachers’ strike.
I was a guest on NPR’s On the Media to talk about the West Virginia teachers’ strike and the media’s bad coverage of working people. The episode also featured some of my favorite people: Marcy Wheeler [@emptywheel], independent investigative reporter, on decontextualized Mueller scooplets and Elizabeth Catte [@elizabethcatte], historian and writer, on the news media’s narratives […]
Discussing women in the Tea Party movement with Sarah Posner.
Fuck work [11:26] / The economics of prison labor [1:01:50] / Fake news news [1:35:17] / The lessons of Clinton’s loss [2:04:42] / Protecting Hambach Forest [2:35:21] / Trump eats the planet [3:12:19] / The slob doctrine [3:43:32]
Obama’s incoherent Middle East / Moral panic in the 1980s / How to build a stadium / Politicians, not friends / Neoliberalism’s edge / Vaporware by gaslight.
I’ll be joining Angie Coiro for a live recording of In Deep Radio at KALW in San Francisco.
On the evening after T-day (the election of Donald Trump, I should clarify) I chatted with Michal Rozworski about what happened, what laid the groundwork, what comes next. I still felt gobsmacked but tried to sort through some of it for his listeners, who are mostly in Canada. He titled it “Don’t Mourn, Organize!” though I […]