‘ON THE GROUND’ SHOW FOR SEPTEMBER 21, 2018: What If Public Transit Was Free?…Michael Moore Talks Before 11/9 Premiere…Heat on the Catholic Church…Gerald Horne on China “Trade War” and More…

On today’s show:DC IN THE ERA OF CLIMATE CHANGE: PART 2 If public transportation was free, would more people give up the single passenger car? We speak to three experts who also ride those pricey Metro trains in DC. And we caught up with Filmmaker Michael Moore before the DC premiere of his new movie, […]

‘ON THE GROUND’ SHOW FOR MAY 26, 2017: Blowback from Libya in Manchester…The War on Journalism…Fighting Dangers of Mobile and Wireless Technology

It’s our special focus on culture and media for the fourth Friday. Janine Jackson, host of ‘Counterspin’ is back with us to talk about many media things, including the U.S. government’s double standards for leaking so-called confidential,  double standards for coverage of the so-called war on terrorism and what innocent civilians are worthy of news […]

‘ON THE GROUND’ SHOW FOR APRIL 14, 2017: Does the U.S. Really Want Peace in Syria?…The Complete Breakdown of the U.S. Media…Headlines on United, Pushback to Trump Militarism and More…

On today’s show, we are going to continue to talk real talk about war and violence in our society. Even despite whatever physical, mental or emotional protections we want to create for ourselves, it is difficult to live in April 2017 without also experiencing violence in some way—whether it be continued US-involved killing of men, […]

‘ON THE GROUND’ SHOW FOR OCTOBER 28, 2016: What’s Really Happening in Syria and Iraq…Former CIA Analyst Ray McGovern and Michael McPhearson of Veterans for Peace Break Down the New ‘Cold War’ with Russia…Headlines on DAPL, Planet News, Black Lives Matter, Trump, Arts and Activism

A focus on the state of never-ending war and the war of words by the United States since 9-11. The United States and its allies have bombed or are bombing at least eight countries in the Middle East and Africa. In Syria, where this country is holding onto the policy of regime change of another […]