Supreme Court Strikes Down Texas's Repressive Anti-Abortion Bill
The American Prospect's Rachel Cohen says the historic ruling will have a ripple effect in other states that followed Texas's anti-abortion measures
DATE: 2016-06-27 | LENGTH: 04:57

Imagine a Decentralized Movement, Independent of the DNC, with a Hundred Times the Fundraising and Volunteer Power - People for Bernie Co-Founder
Charles Lechner tells Paul Jay that although Sanders "lost" the race for president, he's left a legacy of millions of people who now know how to fight this kind of a race
DATE: 2016-06-27 | LENGTH: 15:29

Lapavitsas: The Left Needs to Develop an Alternative Plan for Europe
Economics professor Costas Lapavitsas says Britain's vote to leave is a direct result of the EU's lack of democracy
DATE: 2016-06-24 | LENGTH: 15:39

Extreme Heatwaves, More Wildfires, and Dying Trees
Michael Mann, author of The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars, discusses the link to climate change, and why he is still optimistic
DATE: 2016-06-26 | LENGTH: 07:58

Nina Turner: The Oligarchy Must Be Challenged by Everyday People
At the People's Summit, former Ohio Senator Nina Turner tells Paul Jay that the Sanders campaign fought for policies that have mass support, but the Democratic Party will adopt them only if ordinary people hold its feet to the fire
DATE: 2016-06-26 | LENGTH: 03:59

Sanders Delegate: People Understand that the System Is Rigged in Favor of the Billionaire Class
Carlos Ramirez-Rosa tells Paul Jay that the corporate media won't take this message to the people, so we have to bring it directly to them
DATE: 2016-06-26 | LENGTH: 07:10

The Empire Files: Untold History of Imperial Japan & the Bomb
Abby Martin interviews renowned historian Peter Kuznick about ongoing protests in Okinwana over US military presence there and the real story behind the use of the atomic bombs in light of President Obama's recent visit to Japan
DATE: 2016-06-27 | LENGTH: 27:14

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard: I Remain Concerned about Clinton's Interventionist Foreign Policy
Former DNC Vice Chairwoman Tulsi Gabbard and TRNN's Paul Jay discuss the foreign policy of Clinton and Trump, and whether the Democratic Party can free itself from the billionaire class
DATE: 2016-06-25 | LENGTH: 06:02

How Western Military Interventions Shaped the Brexit Vote
Michael Hudson argues that military interventions in the Middle East created refugee streams to Europe that were in turn used by the anti-immigrant right to stir up xenophobia
DATE: 2016-06-24 | LENGTH: 12:16

Sanders Delegate: Climate Change and the Israeli Occupation Must be Raised at the Convention
Carlos Ramirez-Rosa tells Paul Jay that a progressive victory in the White House must begin with wins at the local level
DATE: 2016-06-25 | LENGTH: 06:01

Activist: You Won't Find Justice in an Unjust System
Adam Jackson, CEO of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, says the trials of the six officers for the death of Freddie Gray should not distract from fighting to end systemic police abuse
DATE: 2016-06-25 | LENGTH: 09:26

Sanders Delegate - If No Significant Concessions at Dem. Convention, Then There Will be Civil Disobedience Inside and Out
Carlos Ramirez-Rosa tells Paul Jay if Clinton doesn't 'move left' at the convention, 'protests and civil disobedience are not off the table'
DATE: 2016-06-24 | LENGTH: 10:15

Britain Votes to Leave the European Union
John Hilary and John Weeks discuss the meaning and impact of Britain's historic 52-48 vote to leave the EU
DATE: 2016-06-24 | LENGTH: 21:48

Where's the Anti-War Movement in the 'Political Revolution'?
At the People's Summit in Chicago, Institute for Policy Studies Fellow Phyllis Bennis says the peace movement needs to link with the coalition associated with the Sanders campaign
DATE: 2016-06-24 | LENGTH: 09:27

Would the Cops Be Convicted if #FreddieGray was White?
In the wake of the acquittal of Officer Caesar Goodson for all charges in the death of Freddie Gray, leading Baltimore Civil Rights Attorney A Dwight Petitt says Gray was a victim of "walking, driving, breathing, and living while black."
DATE: 2016-06-24 | LENGTH: 23:54

Historic Ceasefire Agreement Signed in Colombia
The peace agreement between the FARC rebels and the Colombian government is a major achievement, but will take a while to implement and sustain, says Professor Justin Podur
DATE: 2016-06-24 | LENGTH: 14:33

Outrage after Officer Accused of Murder in Freddie Gray Case Found Not Guilty of All Charges
TRNN speaks to Baltimore activists and a legal scholar about Judge Barry Williams' not-guilty ruling in the trial of Officer Caesar Goodson, who had been charged with murder
DATE: 2016-06-23 | LENGTH: 05:10

To End War in Syria, Adopt "First, Do No Harm" Diplomacy
Institute for Policy Studies fellow Phyllis Bennis tells Paul Jay that the 51 State Department officials' call for airstrikes against Syrian President Assad gets it wrong, and what we really need is a full withdrawal of US troops and an international arms embargo
DATE: 2016-06-24 | LENGTH: 08:50

Police Accountability Suffers Major Blow with Goodson Acquittal
Activists say despite strong evidence against the van driver, the justice system was biased towards police
DATE: 2016-06-24 | LENGTH: 08:47

Gun Control Sit-In Political Theater Can Be Used to Our Advantage
Codepink Co-Founder Medea Benjamin says let's use this occasion to call for substantive gun control measures like a ban on assault weapons and closing background check loopholes
DATE: 2016-06-24 | LENGTH: 07:27

Commentary: Oaxaca Teachers Strike Is About Defending The Revolutionary Educational Tradition
John Ackerman of UNAD says that acts of state violence, like the police killings at the Oaxaca teacher strike and the "disappearance" of 43 students Guerrero, show that Mexico is not a democracy
DATE: 2016-06-24 | LENGTH: 04:35

The Empire Files: Puerto Rico's Debt to its Oppressors
Abby Martin talks to two professors of Latin American studies, Luis Barrios and Danny Shaw, about the long struggle of Puerto Rico to break the shackles of US and Spanish colonialism-from indigenous resistance to the Young Lords in Harlem
DATE: 2016-06-23 | LENGTH: 13:54

Can the EU be Reformed from Within?
Prof. Neil Davidson presents the left argument for why Britain should leave the EU
DATE: 2016-06-23 | LENGTH: 13:07

Green Party Candidate Margaret Flowers on Healthcare, Climate Change, and Community Economics
Green Party Senate candidate Margaret Flowers tells Paul Jay that we don't need another kind of a Hillary Clinton in the Senate
DATE: 2016-06-23 | LENGTH: 12:19

Kshama Sawant: Attempting to Work Within The Democratic Party Only Stymies Outside Strategy
At The People's Summit in Chicago, Kshama Sawant tells Paul Jay that to create real political change, movements must abandon the Democratic Party
DATE: 2016-06-23 | LENGTH: 18:51

How Union Contracts Shield Police Departments from DOJ Reforms
Adeshina Emmanuel speaks about his new investigative report for In These Times, which proves that police unions' collective bargaining agreements often thwart reforms mandated by the federal government
DATE: 2016-06-23 | LENGTH: 11:28

Is Foreign Direct Investment Driving Capital Flight from Africa?
Leonce Ndikumana says African countries need to adopt development strategies that encourage domestic investment
DATE: 2016-06-23 | LENGTH: 13:32

RoseAnn DeMoro: Sanders Campaign a Historic Source of Political Education
At The People's Summit in Chicago, Executive Director of National Nurses United Roseann DeMoro says that the Sanders campaign has made the immense influence of Wall Street on the Democratic Party apparent, and that many don't have faith that the party is reformable
DATE: 2016-06-21 | LENGTH: 10:05

Naomi Klein on the Ousting of President Rousseff
At the People's Summit in Chicago, Naomi Klein tells Paul Jay that the suspension of Dilma Rousseff's presidency in Brazil should be called a coup
DATE: 2016-06-21 | LENGTH: 01:53

Nine Killed in Police Crackdown on Oaxaca Teacher's Strike
Laura Carlsen of the Center for International Policy says that Oaxacan teachers are protesting not only teacher evaluations, but also the entirety of neoliberal reform under Pena Nieto
DATE: 2016-06-21 | LENGTH: 09:59

Banking for a Baltimore Undivided
Joshua Harris, Baltimore mayoral hopeful, explains that he is running on the Green Party ticket because Baltimore is ready for fresh ideas, like his public banking proposal
DATE: 2016-06-21 | LENGTH: 15:03

Days of Revolt: From the Ghetto to Auschwitz (3/5)
In this episode of teleSUR's Days of Revolt, Chris Hedges continues his discussion with Holocaust survivor Lola Mozes about her time in Auschwitz, and reflects on the importance of love in overcoming evil
DATE: 2016-06-22 | LENGTH: 12:11

The History of the Kurdish Struggle in Turkey
Baris Karaagac gives an overview of the Kurdish movement, from its centuries of rebellions against the Turkish-controlled state to becoming the only credible opposition today against Erdogan's authoritarianism
DATE: 2016-06-22 | LENGTH: 06:47

Naomi Klein on the US Elections, the Democratic Party, and What the Movement Does Next
At The People's Summit in Chicago, Naomi Klein and Paul Jay discuss how to build a movement independent of the Democratic party, yet capable of waging a struggle within it
DATE: 2016-06-20 | LENGTH: 21:44

Europe Will Drift Further to the Right if Britain Leaves EU
John Weeks presents progressives' arguments for British citizens to vote to remain in the European Union on June 23rd
DATE: 2016-06-20 | LENGTH: 12:45

Greek Austerity Leading to Brain Drain with No Economic Recovery in Sight
Dimitri Lascaris says the latest unemployment figures in Greece show the indifference of the EU elite to the hardships of austerity and the democratic will of the European people
DATE: 2016-06-20 | LENGTH: 10:32

UN Report: A Record 65.3 Million Displaced
On World Refugee Day, Glen Ford says that the US has had a hand in almost all displacement described in UN High Commissioner for Refugees report
DATE: 2016-06-20 | LENGTH: 11:00

In Closing Arguments, Defense Blames Gray for In-Custody Death
Judge Barry Williams set to render verdict Thursday in case of Cesar Goodson, the officer facing the most serious charges in the death of Freddie Gray
DATE: 2016-06-20 | LENGTH: 10:16

Hollande Capitulates to EU Pressure on Labor Laws Risking His Own Presidency
Renaud Lambert of Le Monde Diplomatique says Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, came to France to endorse Hollande and his decree on restrictive labor reforms
DATE: 2016-06-20 | LENGTH: 06:22

The People's Summit: Saturday Morning Speeches
Featuring National Nurses United Executive Director RoseAnn DeMoro, Former Ohio State Senator Nina Turner, and Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard
DATE: 2016-06-20

Grassy Narrows to Ontario: No Reconciliation Without Clean Water (1/2)
First Nation ramps up pressure on province to clean mercury in their water as experts confirm that river system can be remediated
DATE: 2016-06-19 | LENGTH: 07:05

Cornel West vs. Robert Wexler on Israel and Palestine
Cornel West and Robert Wexler at the DNC Platform Hearings discussing DNC's unabated support for Israel (CSPAN)
DATE: 2016-06-19

Why Big Oil and Gas Get Exclusive Access to Public Lands as Low as $1.50 an Acre
DeSmogBlog's Steve Horn discusses how Tim DeChristopher's 2008 act of civil disobedience triggered a response by the oil and gas industries to move to online restrictive bidding
DATE: 2016-06-19 | LENGTH: 07:52

Revolution Must Continue (2/2)
Paul Jay is joined by Yvette Carnell, founder at, and Salon columnist Bill Curry, discussing Sanders' address Thursday encouraging people to run at every level of government
DATE: 2016-06-18 | LENGTH: 14:25

Sanders: Defeat Trump, but Political Revolution Must Continue (1/2)
Paul Jay is joined by Yvette Carnell, founder at, and Salon columnist Bill Curry, discussing Sanders' address Thursday night about what he thinks the movement should do next
DATE: 2016-06-17 | LENGTH: 21:36

French President Threatens to Outlaw Protests Against Labor Reforms
Le Monde Diplomatique's Renaud Lambert says social movement and the government are locking horns, Prime Minister Manuel Valls and President Francois Hollande have both said that they will not budge
DATE: 2016-06-17 | LENGTH: 09:51

How Erdogan Consolidates Power in Turkey by Eliminating the Kurds
Baris Karaagac explains the history of the Turkish state's repression of the leftist and Kurdish movements
DATE: 2016-06-17 | LENGTH: 10:06

Why is Sanders Holding Back on Endorsing Clinton?
Norman Solomon of says Sanders should leverage his power to secure a suitable vice-presidential nominee that will defend a progressive platform
DATE: 2016-06-16 | LENGTH: 09:12

Former Cop Turned Fierce Drug War Critic Testifies in Freddie Gray Case
Former Police Commander and current head of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Neill Franklin testified today as a prosecution witness in the Freddie Gray case
DATE: 2016-06-15 | LENGTH: 11:00

Clinton Wins DC, Sanders Still in the Fight
Bernie Sanders met with Hillary Clinton on Tuesday night but he did not endorse her; Sanders says he will continue to fight to reform the Democratic Party and insist on progressive objectives in the party platform
DATE: 2016-06-15 | LENGTH: 02:11

Will Cap and Trade Limit the Success of Ontario's Climate Action Plan?
Patrick DeRochie and Mark Winfield discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the plan, including the cap-and-trade regime, in reducing the Canadian province's greenhouse gas emissions
DATE: 2016-06-15 | LENGTH: 18:30

Peru's New Conservative President A Close Ally of the US
Peru's left succeeded in averting an even worse disaster by helping defeat far-right candidate Keiko Fujimori, says Peruvian sociologist Francesca Emanuele
DATE: 2016-06-15 | LENGTH: 12:39

Protestors Demand Conviction of Officer in Freddie Gray Case
A dozen people protested outside the court house where Officer Caesar Goodson is facing a murder charge
DATE: 2016-06-15 | LENGTH: 03:24

Neill Franklin Testifies in Trial of Third Officer in Freddie Gray Case
TRNN Replay: After 33-year law enforcement veteran Neill Franklin appears as a prosecution witness in the trial of Officer Goodson, we bring you our interview with him during the trial of William Porter
DATE: 2015-12-10 | LENGTH: 11:47

Orlando Shooter Proclaimed Allegiance to Rival Terrorist Organizations
Vijay Prashad says that terms like "radical jihadist terrorism" ​explain nothing and only spread fear​
DATE: 2016-06-14 | LENGTH: 08:24

Public Memorial for Michael Ratner
The Center for Constitutional Rights commemorates the life of renowned civil rights lawyer and TRNN board member Michael Ratner
DATE: 2016-06-13

Profound Social Alienation Underlies America's Mass Atrocities
Gun culture, rampant homophobia, and U.S. imperialism - not Islam - is behind the Orlando shootings, says scholar Junaid Ahmad
DATE: 2016-06-13 | LENGTH: 10:04

Eritrea in US Crosshairs
Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford says the US is trying to use Ethiopia and the International Criminal Court to do to Eritrea what it did to Libya
DATE: 2016-06-15 | LENGTH: 12:13

Why is the Orlando Shooter Branded as a Radical Islamist Instead of a Homophobe?
Yasmin Nair says we need to go behind discussions of love and understanding, think critically about hate-crime legislation, and consider the role of U.S. wars
DATE: 2016-06-13 | LENGTH: 11:33

acTVism: U.S. Military Bases & Foreign Policy
Noam Chomsky, Joseph Gerson, and John Lindsay Poland speak with acTVism Munich about the U.S. foreign policy apparatus, specifically U.S. military bases worldwide
DATE: 2016-06-14 | LENGTH: 04:42

The Empire Files - Monsanto, America's Monster
Few corporations in the world are as loathed - and as sinister - as Monsanto. But the threat it poses to people and planet could be reaching new heights, as the World Health Organization has recently upgraded Monsanto's main product as carcinogenic to humans
DATE: 2016-06-14 | LENGTH: 24:01

Where Have All the Refugee Children Gone?
Unaccompanied child refugees in Europe have lost their parents and are either fleeing civil war or the threat of being forced into joining armed groups
DATE: 2016-06-13 | LENGTH: 08:43

Fannie Lou Hamer Challenged Corporate Dems in 1964
Civil rights leader Hamer led the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party delegation to the '64 Democratic Party Convention demanding to be recognized - President Johnson called an "urgent" press conference so there would be no TV coverage of her statement
DATE: 2016-06-13 | LENGTH: 22:51

New Unity Government in Libya Overly Optimistic in Claiming an Offensive Against ISIS in Sirte
It is important to recognize that ISIS is not precisely a territorial group, says historian Vijay Prashad
DATE: 2016-06-13 | LENGTH: 06:43

Protesters Denounce Newseum's Invitation of Former Israeli Army Spokesperson
Journalist Max Blumenthal was among a handful of people who interrupted an event featuring former Israeli army spokesperson Avital Leibovich, who has defended the killing of Palestinian journalists
DATE: 2016-06-13 | LENGTH: 03:38

The Racist History of the 2nd Amendment and Why it Matters Today
TRNN Replay: Historian Gerald Horne tracks the evolution of the gun debate starting from slavery during the country's founding, the post-Civil War reconstruction in the south, and through today's era of mass incarceration
DATE: 2016-01-13 | LENGTH: 12:06

Decades-Long Israeli Military Occupation Drives Palestinian Revenge Attacks
Filmmaker and former TRNN Correspondent Lia Tarachansky says the messianic extreme far-right has filled the political void in Israel following the 2014 attacks on Gaza known as Operation Protective Edge
DATE: 2016-06-12 | LENGTH: 09:47

Carnival of Corruption May Leave Back Door Open for the Return of Rousseff
Prof. Boaventura de Sousa Santos says the current domino effect of corruption is wiping out the political leadership class, including the Minister of Transparency
DATE: 2016-06-12 | LENGTH: 08:01

Abby Martin and Paul Jay - What Should Sanders Do Next?
As Hillary Clinton becomes the presumptive presidential nominee of the Democratic Party, Martin and Jay discuss the strategy of voting for the lesser evil and the potential foreign policy of a Trump or Clinton administration
DATE: 2016-06-10 | LENGTH: 20:08

Modi's U.S. Visit: High on Atmospherics, Short on Substance
Newsclick interviews Senior Journalist Seema Mustafa on Modi's visit to Washington - while both countries spoke of being "allies" and "partners" there were no serious agreements
DATE: 2016-06-12 | LENGTH: 11:07

Take Us Out to the Go-Go! A Fresh Look at the History and Politics of the World's Nastiest Groove
With interviews from legends D. Floyd and Go-Go Mickey and leading historians Kato Hammond and Tahira Mahdi/Agent 99, the iMWiL! crew took a new look at go-go music; the history, impact of gentrification and relationship to broader politics and more!
DATE: 2016-06-12 | LENGTH: 34:24

Modi Eager to Make India Another Lily Pad for the Projection of American Power
Vijay Prashad says the Indian Prime Minister is eager to have a Logistical Support Agreement with the United States and participate in the US-led encirclement of China
DATE: 2016-06-11 | LENGTH: 08:24

Sanders Continues Fight in DC
The Real News spoke to Bernie Sanders supporters at a rally in Washington, DC about the future of the people's movement, and whether people should bite their tongues and vote for Clinton or get behind a third party
DATE: 2016-06-10 | LENGTH: 06:51

Mr. Sanders Goes to Washington: Obama Presiding Over "Not a Marriage, But a Truce"
Bill Curry, former Clinton White House Counsel, says Sanders has built an independent political movement that is going to hold the Democratic Party accountable to the base; what is required is a frank recognition of the policy differences between the base and the leadership
DATE: 2016-06-10 | LENGTH: 20:31

Dumping Wallace, Blocking Bernie: How the Democrats Broke With the Working Class - Kuznick RAI
Historian Peter Kuznick tells Paul Jay that the Democratic Party was once a united front of different classes that included real progressive leaders like Henry Wallace, but now the leadership only represents the interests of the elite - Peter Kuznick on Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay
DATE: 2016-06-10 | LENGTH: 18:36

Venezuela Takes Next Step Toward Presidential Recall Referendum
While Venezuela's national electoral council moves forward with referendum process, President Maduro introduces new measures to address economic problems
DATE: 2016-06-10 | LENGTH: 12:09

Freddie Gray Killed by "Rough Ride" in Police Van, Prosecutors Say
Trial underway for Officer Caesar Goodson, who is charged with the murder of Freddie Gray
DATE: 2016-06-09 | LENGTH: 06:52

NATO Exercises Encircling Russia: U.S. Might be Sleepwalking into a Doomsday Scenario
As U.S. destroyers and warships enter the Black Sea for the first time since the Cold War, NATO's ten-day military exercises encircling Russia threatens peace in Europe says Richard Sakwa, Professor of Russian and European Politics at University of Kent
DATE: 2016-06-09 | LENGTH: 06:07

Danny Glover: Will the Sanders Movement Develop as an Independent Force?
Actor-activist Danny Glover and Paul Jay discuss how Sanders will balance stopping Trump with differences of interest and principal with Clinton
DATE: 2016-06-09 | LENGTH: 15:04

Bob Scheer: Sanders' Accomplishments Miraculous, But The Movement Is About More Than Sanders
Robert Scheer says that the Sanders movement must develop a strategy to go beyond the convention and focus on electing progressives to Congress and state legislatures and supporting the Green Party
DATE: 2016-06-09 | LENGTH: 19:59

Muhammad Ali and the Fight for Radical Historical Memory
In this segment of iMWiL! we discussed the radical legacies of Muhammad Ali and the tremendous media push to re-image the man as more "palatable for White power."
DATE: 2016-06-09 | LENGTH: 35:59

Deconstructing the California Vote
Narda Zacchino says the Democratic Party machine was a factor in establishing rules that favored Clinton
DATE: 2016-06-09 | LENGTH: 13:11

Preference for Bench Trials Show Implicit Bias of Judicial System Towards Police
University of MD Carey School of Law Professor Doug Colbert says Officer Cesar Goodson's election to let a judge decide his case reveals how inherently biased the system is towards police, and how difficult it is to get a conviction
DATE: 2016-06-09 | LENGTH: 10:11

Talbot Council Says Confederate Statue Not Tied to Slavery
After being forced to vote in public on the future of the Talbot Boys Confederate monument, council president Corey Pack says the statue is not an emblem of the white supremacy many say it embodies
DATE: 2016-06-09 | LENGTH: 04:47

Ireland's New Rising: An Exclusive Report from The Laura Flanders Show
One century after the Ireland's 1916 Easter Rising, an armed rebellion against British imperial rule, Laura Flanders reports on another rising underway against partition, austerity, and poverty
DATE: 2016-06-09 | LENGTH: 25:01

Days of Revolt: The Ghetto
In Part I of this episode of Telesur's Days of Revolt, Chris Hedges interviews Holocaust survivor Lola Mozes as she recounts her harrowing experience living in Nazi-occupied Poland
DATE: 2016-06-09 | LENGTH: 13:17

Clinton Wins California, the Struggle Continues says Sanders
Despite Hillary Clinton claiming victory in the Democratic race, rival Bernie Sanders tells supporters he will take demands for social, economic and racial justice to the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia
DATE: 2016-06-08 | LENGTH: 08:14

Why Did Ryan Call Trump a Racist
Author Max Blumenthal says the Republican leadership is ready to concede the presidency as the battle moves to congress and State legislatures
DATE: 2016-06-08 | LENGTH: 05:59

In Hiroshima, Obama Neglects to Mention $1 Trillion Deal for Nuclear Weapons - Kuznick RAI (2/2)
President Obama has undermined his legacy of calling for the abolition of nuclear weapons by supporting a modernization program of one trillion dollars over 30 years, says Peter Kuznick on Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay
DATE: 2016-06-08 | LENGTH: 13:13

Activists in Athens Seize Abandoned Hotel for Refugees
Activist Despina Biri describes how the seizure of the City Plaza Hotel in a far-right enclave of the Greek capital has improved the lives of neglected refugees
DATE: 2016-06-08 | LENGTH: 08:40

U.S. and Secretary General of OAS Defeated in Effort to Sanction Venezuela
Alexander Main of CEPR says OAS members are concerned that the organization could become a tool of the U.S. State Department for intervention in the region
DATE: 2016-06-08 | LENGTH: 15:59

Hillary Clinton California Primary Night Speech

DATE: 2016-06-08 | LENGTH: 17:58

"Struggle Continues" Bernie Sanders California Primary Night Speech in Santa Monica, CA

DATE: 2016-06-08 | LENGTH: 15:29

Sanders or Clinton: Who Should "Unite" the Democratic Party?
Paul Jay hosts a debate between Clinton backer Paul Hodes and Sanders supporter Jeff Cohen on the eve of the California primary
DATE: 2016-06-06 | LENGTH: 25:27

Corporate Media Obscures Muhammad Ali's Anti-Imperialism
Historian Gerald Horne says we can't let Ali's legacy be written by people like former president Bill Clinton, who will be speaking at his funeral
DATE: 2016-06-06 | LENGTH: 11:11

Ali Abunimah: NY Governor Blacklists BDS to Defend Israeli Apartheid
NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo's ban on state business with organizations that support the boycott movement is unconstitutional and panders to Israel, says Electronic Intifada's Ali Abunimah
DATE: 2016-06-06 | LENGTH: 14:34

Actor Kendrick Sampson: Why I'm Voting For Bernie Sanders
How to Get Away with Murder actor Sampson says the American people need a champion of progressive causes and can't wait for incremental change
DATE: 2016-06-06 | LENGTH: 17:35

Actor Greg Germann: Why I'm Voting For Hillary Clinton
Ally McBeal actor Germann says that Clinton can get progressive things done incrementally, and that Sanders cannot win a general election
DATE: 2016-06-06 | LENGTH: 15:54

Sanders Campaign Disputes Media Claims that Clinton is Presumptive Nominee
The Associated Press reported Monday that Hillary Clinton is the Democratic Party's presumptive nominee, but the Sanders campaign points out super delegates can still change their minds
DATE: 2016-06-07 | LENGTH: 03:08

Obama's Defense of Hiroshima Mythology Rationalizes Nuclear Attack on Civilians - Kuznick RAI (1/2)
With vague language about evil in his Hiroshima speech, President Obama essentially defended the mythology that the nuclear attack "saved lives" - says historian Peter Kuznick on Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay
DATE: 2016-06-06 | LENGTH: 12:19,, The Real News Network, Real News Network, The Real News, Real News, Real News For Real People, IWT are trademarks and service marks of Independent World Television inc. "The Real News" is the flagship show of IWT and The Real News Network.

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