Episode

11/4 Esther Kaplan: Americans Are Working So Hard It’s Actually Killing People

November 4, 2014

The Nation Institute’s Esther Kaplen explains how local hospitals are being taken over by national hospital chains and how this is undermining public health and safety, how corporations are taking over the non profit sector in healthcare delivery in rural America, is there a civil and legal push back against the takeover, why so many can’t get enough work and why so many are being worked to death, rising productivity and the death of the American worker and how corporations are blackmailing workers.

What to watch for in tonights election returns, North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis called for “dividing and conquering them” and why things are not looking great for the Democrats.

On The Fun Half: Ben Stein is creepy and insane on Fox News, the right wing medias insane attack on Lena Dunham, the real cause of the housing crisis, Tom Magliozzi the co-host of the legendary NPR show Car Talk passes away, why voting matters and your calls and IMs.

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