July 26

Heather Cox Richardson is a historian, author & Boston College Professor. She had a fantastic take on Donald Trump and helps to answer the question: “How was this GOP character created?” Read her piece in Salon here.

Robert Litan is an attorney representing a class of national customers who sued airlines in the wake of the DOJ collusion findings. He talks about deregulation in the airline industry and its effect on consumers.

Dave Zirin, Edge of Sports Radio host, The Nation magazine sports editor & Left Jab sports correspondent dishes on Serena Williams’ beautiful dominance, Colin Cowherd’s firing by ESPN, and the NFL is on the verge of the verge of starting again!

July 19

 

Holly Dagres, Iranian-American analyst on Middle East affairs and editor of The Cairo Review has read all 159 pages of the Iran deal, and helps us understand the contents and reaction to the possibility of the deal being finalized.

 

Investigative reporter Chris Papst, author of Capital Murder uncovers how Mayor Stephen Reed was able to scam the  taxpayers, media and government regulators for nearly three decades.

 

Alex Frangos is Asia Editor for Heard on the Street, The Wall Street Journal’s financial market analysis and commentary column. He helps us understand why the U.S. should pay attention to what’s happening on the Chinese stock market.

Collin Friesen, a film and TV writer currently working on NPRs arts and entertainment show called The Frame gives us the inside scoop on this week’s Emmy nominations. 

July 12

Tonight on the show…

Peter Kleim, Bureau Chief, RTL & n-tv (German TV), discusses the current climate in the EU mulling over Greece’s future, to bailout or not to bailout.

Heiner Flassbeck, former Deputy State Secretary in the German Federal Ministry of Finance, Chief Economist for the UN Convention on Trade & Development, and one of the co-signers of the open letter to Angela Merkel entitled Austerity is Dead.

Hank Dearden, Senior Director of Operations, Trees for the Future, updated us on the latest with his organization, and all the great work they are doing. Learn more & contribute here.

John Ourand, Sports Business Journal, talks about US Women’s Soccer victory in Canada: the viewership, the fanfare… and the discrepancy in prize money – will that change?