Listen now: Richard Becker of the ANSWER Coalition talks about the historical precedent for Israel’s brutal assault on Gaza, and possible Israeli objectives as the situation worsens.

Listen now: Brian Becker of the Party for Socialism and Liberation responds to the tragic Malaysia Airlines disaster and U.S. attempts to blame Russia in the midst of a war in Ukraine.

Listen now: Richard Becker of the ANSWER Coalition analyzes the latest on Israel’s military assault on Gaza and recent failed negotiations as people take to the streets in solidarity with Palestine.

Listen now: Eugene Puryear of Liberation News talks about Freedom Summer and the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, and what both mean from in people’s political history.

Listen now: Mazda Majidi of Liberation newspaper’s editorial board addresses the ongoing insurgency in Iraq and U.S. efforts to leverage a variety of forces, including competing interests in Iran, to stave off a collapse created by imperialism.

Listen now: Activist and teacher Nathalie Hrizi discusses the recent California court ruling that sided with conservative interests in dismantling tenure and hiring protections for the state’s public school teachers. What will be the impact on education?

Listen now: Eugene Puryear of Liberation News on how imperialist interests are leveraging the #BringBackOurGirls campaign, the political situation in Nigeria, and the legacy of Western intervention behind Africa’s poverty and internal conflict.

Listen now: Gloria La Riva of the National Committee to Free the Cuban Five reports on Cuba’s recent arrest of terrorists reportedly associated with exiles connected with numerous attempts to overthrow the government.

Listen now: Richard Becker of the ANSWER Coalition recently attended a conference in Lebanon on the issue of Palestinian prisoners illegally held by Israel, and shares his experience with listeners from the event and analysis on recent developments.

Listen now: Sydney Hodge of the Party for Socialism and Liberation reports on the Albuquerque, New Mexico movement against police brutality that has emerged in the wake of the killing of James Boyd captured on video.

Listen now: Mazda Majidi of Liberation News addresses the latest on the situation in Syria, from gains by the country’s leadership against insurgents to the engagement of Turkey, Jordan and Israel in the war.

Listen now: Attorney Heather Benno analyzes a recent federal court ruling against California for its treatment of mentally ill inmates in solitary confinement in the state’s prison system.

Listen now: PSL member Mazda Majidi examines U.S.-Iran talks over Iran’s nuclear program and what the threat of sanctions – even as negotiations continue – means for Iranian sovereignty.

Listen now: Radhika Miller looks at the “economic recovery” policies yielding record profits for the super rich while working families struggle to make ends meet.

Listen now: Ken Lerch, President of the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC), Branch 3825 Rockville, MD, examines the no-holds-barred, union-busting efforts to privatize the United States Postal Service that could cost thousands of workers their jobs.

Listen now: Radhika Miller comments on Marissa Alexander’s upcoming new trial and the connection between winning justice in the courts and building a movement in the streets.

Listen now: PSL member Mazda Majidi analyzes new developments in U.S.-Iran relations following the election of President Hassan Rouhani, and what it could mean for Iran and the region.

Listen now: Activist Danielle Norwood speaks on BP’s no-holds-barred legal efforts to safeguard its profits at the expense of the victims of the Deep Horizon oil spill.

Listen now: Brian Becker, National Coordinator of the ANSWER Coalition, reports back on his recent visit to the Middle East and dissects the imperialist narrative on the alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria.

Listen now: Radhika Miller speaks on the growing labor activism among retail and food service workers fighting for decent pay, benefits and better working conditions, and explains why workers deserve more – and businesses can afford it.

Listen now: Nathalie Hrizi of WORD (Women Organized to Resist and Defend) looks at the case of Marissa Alexander and why the fight for her freedom has become a focal point for the struggle against racism and women’s oppression.

Listen now: Sarah Sloan, national staff coordinator of the ANSWER Coalition (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism), looks at the White House’s change of strategy on Syria before mass opposition and lack of congressional support. Is a U.S. attack off the table?

Listen now: Carl Messineo, legal director of the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, analyzes the farcical oversight of the NSA that effectively empowered the spy agency to break the law and violate the Constitution without consequence.

Listen now: PSL member Eugene Puryear reflects on the Ku Klux Klan bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala., and its galvanizing impact on the Civil Rights Movement.

  • Listen now: Sarah Sloan, national staff coordinator of the ANSWER Coalition (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism), discusses the new anti-war movement that has sprung up around the country as the White House ramps up its efforts to launch a strike against Syria. Additional audio from the Sept. 7 demonstration against a war on Syria in Washington, D.C., can be found here.
  • Listen now: PSL member and ANSWER organizer Gloria La Riva looks back at the devastating 1999 U.S./NATO-led bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999, which La Riva documented in her film “NATO Targets.” What can we learn from that 90-day “limited operation” as the Obama administration seeks to carry out a similar campaign against Syria?
  • Listen now: Brazilian activist Toya Mileno talks about NSA espionage targeting government leaders in Brazil and Mexico. What is behind the U.S. agency’s surveillance of foreign leaders, and how will it impact relations between Washington and Latin America?