Jessica Desvarieux

Belgium Attacks

March 24, 2016
Chris Hedges, ​Pulitzer prize winning journalist, discusses the Brussels Attacks

The Extrajudicial Killings of Black People by Police

December 29, 2015
Attorney Kamau Franklin explains why the prosecutor’s approach in Tamir Rice’s case was flawed from the beginning and highlights the tools needed to bring a change beyond just criminal justice reform

Obama Admin Still Seeking Testimony From Journalist James Risen

December 17, 2014

Despite earlier reports, New York Times Journalist is still facing a subpoena in the trial of former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling

Campaign Finance Reform

June 6, 2014
Though Democrats and Republicans are split down party lines on whether to add a constitutional amendment to limit campaign spending, both parties ignore 50 percent of Americans in favor of public financing

TRNN Webathon

June 4, 2014
CCR President Emeritus Michael Ratner and NSA whistleblowers J. Kirk Wiebe and Bill Binney examine the relationship between the NSA and U.S. global dominance, the stance of Democrats and Republicans towards surveillance, and mainstream media coverage of these issues

Is the U.S. Headed toward Another Recession? – TRNN Webathon Panel

June 4, 2014

Economists Dean Baker from CEPR and Robert Pollin from PERI say that the U.S. economy remains weak 5 years after the recession despite recent job growth, due to low wages and weakened unions

TRNN Debate: Is Obama Doing Enough to Fight Climate Change?

May 12, 2014

Environmental scholar Subhankar Banerjee and Center for American Progress fellow Daniel Weiss debate the Obama administration’s record on fighting climate change after government report finds climate change effects happening now

FCC, Media Consolidation and Internet Regulations

May 6, 2014
Organizer Kevin Zeese argues that the internet should be treated as a basic utility like in Nashville, TN, which has one of the highest internet speeds in the U.S.

TRNN Occupy Wall St. Stories

May 6, 2014
Attorney Kevin Zeese discusses how the judge hearing Cecily McMillan’s case did not allow the defense to show images which would have proven that the activist was reacting to getting her breast grabbed

Hudson Report

April 28, 2014
Economist Michael Hudson discusses the popularity of French economist Thomas Piketty’s recent book and says his work fails to link the financialization of the economy to the ascent of the 1%