Episodes

Anthony Abraham Jack, Assistant Professor of Education at Harvard University, joins us to discuss his book, The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges Are Failing Disadvantaged Students.  On today’s show: Ainsley Earhardt says waiters want tips, not wages; Brian Kilmeade says the waitstaff talent scouts might hear about you, too. Anthony Abraham Jack, Assistant Professor of Education […]

July 23, 2019

On today’s show: Ron Johnson says “love it or leave it” wasn’t racist in the 60s. White House’s Mercedes Schlapp: Trump is not a racist, he “stands with the people who support him.” Stephen Bannon: core of Trump’s platform is “deconstruction of the administrative state.” Sam breaks down how Trump’s been doing this and the […]

July 22, 2019

Trump disavows his own supporters? Good morning, Benjamin Dixon (@BenjaminPDixon), host of the Benjamin Dixon show joins us today. Benjamin explains why even if Trump is defeated he has left sustained body blows on America, is the media starting to understand the Republican Party? Bill Barr backs Donald Trump and are our institutions failing? Joe Biden in […]

July 19, 2019

Good morning, joining Michael Brooks this Thursday on the Majority Report is Ben Burgis, author of Give Them an Argument: Logic for the Left, to discuss the 2020 Democratic candidates and their particular uses of logic to attract voters before they head to the polls. With the second round of Democratic debates only 2 weeks away, […]

July 18, 2019

On today’s show, Elie Mystal, Executive Editor at Above the Law, joins us to discuss his cover story in the Nation, “Donald Trump and the Plot to Take Over the Courts.” Sam and Mystal take a 30,000 ft. view of Trump’s judicial maneuvers before moving to particular judges and their legal records on the bench. Trump […]

July 17, 2019

On today’s show the MR team brings you the news. Sam breaks down the Trump administration’s next step in eroding federal research agencies: forcing USDA scientists to relocate to Kansas City. USDA staffers had until midnight on Monday to decide whether or not they would relocate with the department’s research branches to the midwest, a […]

July 16, 2019

On today’s show, David T. Courtwright, author of The Age of Addiction: How Bad Habits Became Big Business and presidential professor emeritus in the Department of History at the University of North Florida, joins us. On today’s show: Mike Pence observes men in cages at Southern border. David T. Courtwright, author of The Age of Addiction: How […]

July 15, 2019

Sam at Netroots! Day 2. Sam is joined by Adele Stan from Right Wing Watch, Briahna Joy Gray and Winnie Wong from the Bernie Sanders campaign, Jeff Hauser of the Revolving Door Project, Alexandra Rojas of Justice Democrats, Adam Green of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, Ryan Grim of The Intercept, and Matt Christman, Brendan […]

July 12, 2019

Sam reports live from the Netroots Nation conference in Philadelphia. On day one of Netroots, Sam speaks with Dean Obeidallah, host of SiriusXM’s ‘The Dean Obeidallah Show;” David Dayen, executive editor of ‘The American Prospect;’ David Weigel of The Washington Post; Sean McElwee and Julian Brave NoiseCat of Data For Progress; Jared Holt of Right […]

July 11, 2019

Happy Wednesday, joining Michael Brooks on today’s Majority Report is Loren Rodgers, Executive Director of the National Center for Employee Ownership to discuss a recent article featured in the New Republic. In America there are now over 7,000 employee owned businesses who revenue totals close to half a billion dollars. The history of employee ownership is one […]

July 10, 2019