Islamophobia

Steven A. Cook is on to discuss the Saudi perspective on current turmoil in the region as a “status-quo” power(5:50). Why the Saudis see the Iranians as meddling. The power and hypocrisy of the House of Saud and its support of radical ideologies(9:33). Why the House of Saud and Wahabi radicals are reliant on each […]
A High School in Irving Texas suspends and have Police interrogate a 14 year old high school student named Ahmed Mohamed all because he made clock that some teacher thought was a bomb. Islamophobia matters. On The Fun Half: Bernie Sanders speaks to Liberty University and frames inequality as a moral issue and what forms his […]
Journalist Trudy Lieberman, explains why opponents and supporters of the Affordable Care Act are both spreading myths about the ACA. Is Obamacare unaffordable for many middle class consumers? Debating the costs of healthcare. How many families are choosing to take the penalty because the costs are to high? Why the Medicaid expansion is the best […]
Michael Macdonald author of  Overreach: Delusions of Regime Change in Iraq and Professor at Williams College explains the core motivations that led the Bush Administration to invade Iraq, why invading Iraq was about creating a neo liberal Middle East, chaos and the goal of market “paradise” in Iraq, breaking the Iraqi state, confusing the real problem with […]
Muslim Republican activist Saba Ahmed explains why she joined the Republican Party, the Islamophobia inside the conservative movement, social conservatism and Islamic values, can the GOP ever be more tolerant and the refugee crisis at the US Mexico border. Rachel Kurzius, SiriusXM producer and film/theater critic, explains how the new Dawn of the Planet of […]