Author Les Leopold joins the 1st hour of today’s show to talk about how corporate America – NOT President Obama – is driving up the price of gasoline.
Professor William Lazonick from the University of Massachusetts joins the 2nd hour of today’s show to discuss how we can make corporations work for average Americans.
DeSmogBlog managing editor Brendan DeMelle joins the 2nd hour of today’s show to give us the inside story of the Heartland Institute’s attack on climate science, and climate change activists.
Attorney Mark Proctor joins the 3rd hour of today’s show to tell us what the recent BP oil spill settlement really means for victims of the environmental disaster.
And we’ll uncover the dangers of the blockbuster drug Pradaxa with attorney Ned McWilliams.
Wisconsin Democratic primary voters go to the polls Tuesday to pick a challenger to face Republican Scott Walker in a recall election next month, a contest that has captured national attention as a test of labor union strength and a gauge for how the battleground state may vote in November. We’ll talk about it.
Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum endorsed his one-time fierce rival Mitt Romney on Monday, a move that may help the party’s presumptive White House nominee win over religious conservatives. We’ll give you the details.
Voters in Indiana are set to decide the fate of one of the longest-serving U.S. senators on Tuesday, who has fallen behind his conservative Tea Party-backed opponent in recent polls and whose future is now uncertain. We’ll bring you the latest.