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Yearly Archives: 2020

covid

Between The Lines – Dec. 30, 2020 – Full Show

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This Week’s Under-reported News Summary – Dec. 30, 2020

• For 11 years, Mexican migrant Jaime Solano worked in the low-wage food service industry in New York City. He delivered takeout for restaurants...
postcards to voters

Postcards To Voters: A Progressive Electoral Success Story

A volunteer-centered progressive electoral outreach project founded in the wake of Donald Trump’s unexpected election victory in 2016, has blossomed into an effective national...
Biden Cabinet

Buttigieg’s Nomination as Transportation Secretary Betrays Biden’s Pledge to Name Competent,...

It’s no surprise that President-Elect Joe Biden has nominated mostly moderates to top posts in his administration. A good example is former South Bend,...
covid relief

COVID Relief Bill Inadequacies Pressure Biden to Target Aid to Most...

While the COVID-19 relief package passed by Congress was inadequate in many fundamental ways, President Trump’s decision to hold the bill hostage until Dec....

Post Cards To Voters: An Electoral Success Story

Tony will discuss his electoral outreach project, how it works, and how our listeners can get involved in current and future campaigns including the...

Proposal Would Establish a Federal Infrastructure Bank

Ellen Brown talks about her recent article, "FDR Knew Exactly How to Solve Today’s Unemployment Crisis," as well as providing an update on her...

Lawsuits Target Google’s Monopoly Business Practices

Alex Harman talks about the bipartisan lawsuit filed against Google for giving preference to its own content in search results, as well as other...