A complex computer model by geophysicist Brad Werner seems to show that the earth will not be stable for humans unless there is widespread revolt soon. This is just one of the calls for revolt echoing through our culture recently.
Chris Hedges and Paul Jay discuss President Obama’s statement that he has decided to attack Syria and seek authorization from Congress . . . Even though he says he doesn’t need it.
Not afraid of stirring up controversy, Lee Camp made a name for himself when he went live on Fox News and called the network a “parade of propaganda and a festival of ignorance.”
In this free public talk, Dr. Henry A. Giroux will argue that with the rise of market fundamentalism and the ensuing economic and financial meltdown, youth are facing a crisis unlike that of any other generation. Young people, especially low income and poor minority youth, are no longer seen as a social investment but are increasingly interpreted as a social problem and burden.
The talk will raise important questions regarding the role that educators, in particular, might play in challenging the plight of young people while deepening and extending the promise of an aspiring democracy.
This is episode of the critically feared Moment of Clarity SHOW by Lee Camp and Coalition Films. This episode also features creator of the Zeitgeist Movement Peter Joseph! This week we discuss money—what is it really? Why does it seem we never have enough? How do we rethink it? (And Henry does not have a Twitter account.)
George Carlin comments.
Chris Hedges says The Democratic Party used to watch out for the interests of labor and even for the poor. But that all changed under Bill Clinton. Although Clinton, like Obama, continues to speak in that feel-your-pain language of traditional liberalism, they’ve completely betrayed the very people that they purport to represent and defend.
Paul Jay asks Chris Hedges if the American Left bears responsibility for the weakness of the mass movement.
In the continuation of Paul Jay’s Reality Asserts Itself interview with Chris Hedges, they discuss the fantasy that we can have everything we want and the reality of the grave dangers facing us.