Trump Survival Kit Audio Collection 4 GB USB Drive
4 GB USB Drive / Audio: 14 hrs 19 min / Video: 1 hr 15 min
This new collection examines the policies and actions of United States President Donald J. Trump. The Trump Survival Kit draws from the work of Pacifica Radio hosts Ian Masters, Sonali Kolhatkar, and Margaret Prescod, and includes the new video documentary, Making America Racist Again.
Ian Masters- Background Briefing
Dahlia Lithwick, June 18, 2018.
Lithwick, writes about the courts and the law for Slate and hosts the podcast Amicus, discussing her article at Slate, “It’s all too much, and we still have to care.” Ian Masters discusses the ⅔ American disapproval rate of Trump, as well as the possibility of Women lead opposition to Trump, and the Republican approval rate of Immigration Policy. (14:30)
Corbin Trent, June 28, 2018.
Trent, Co-Director of Justice Democrats discusses how his grass roots organization is running 38 congressional candidates who are committed to refusing PAC money and who will fight for progressive change. Ian masters discusses authenticity and genuine connection to constituents following the recent victory of Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, a Justice Democrats recruit. (18:36)
Stephanie Kelton, June 28, 2018.
Kelton, Author, Economist, Professor of Public Policy and Economics at Stoney Brook University. Discussing her Upcoming book, “The Deficit Myth.” The republicans are very good at staying laser focused on their agenda- deregulate markets, and tax cuts being pushed through,and they couldn't care less what happens to the trillion dollar budget deficit. (19:19)
Robert Baer, July 3, 2018.
Baer, Author, and National Security Analyst for CNN. Discussing American Patriotism, and why is Trump dismantling everything we have built up since 1945? Baer and Masters, discuss allegiances and Russia. (39:17)
Thomas Frank, July 4, 2018.
Frank, Author, Founding editor of The Baffler, and contributor to the Guardian. Discussing his recent book, Rendezvous with Oblivion, Essays from the Obama and Trump years. (21:26)
Christine Fair, July 4, 2018.
Fair, professor in the Security Studies Program within the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. Discussing the current U.S. preference for Autocracy over Democracy in the era of Trump. (35:17)
Sonali Kolhatkar - Rising Up with Sonali Kolhatkar
On the Supreme Court:
Who is Brett Kavanaugh and How Can Progressives Stop Him?
What Do Confirmation Hearings Reveal About Neil Gorsuch?
On Puerto Rico:
The True Story of Hurricane Maria and Puerto Rico
Why is Trump Separating Immigrant Children From Parents?
Mother Who Lost Son to MS-13 Denounces Trump’s Immigration Policies
White Supremacist Violence Surges Thanks to Trump
On First Year in Office:
The List: A Week-by-Week Reckoning of Trump’s First Year
How Sinclair Broadcasting and Trump Are Working In Concert
What Trump’s Budget Says About His Values
Trump is Running the Nation Like His Business
What Do Trump’s Work Requirements For Medicaid Mean?
Trump Claims Absolute Right to Pardon Himself
Trump Hit With New Investigation On Campaign Finance Violations
Is China Buying Trump off Through Business Loan?
What “Fire and Fury” Reveals About Trumpism
Trump U: The Inside Story of Trump University
The Dangers of Trump’s “Space Force"
Trump Ushers in New Era of Nuclear Dangersa
Trump Faces Global Condemnation for Jerusalem Embassy Move
Making America Racist Again (Video)
This 75 minute film explores how the US could have elected Donald Trump in 2016 and traces the history of racism, bigotry and scapegoating all the way to the formation of the nation.
Margaret Prescod - Sojourner Truth
Phyllis Bennis July 24, 2018
Donald Trump's administration has ramped up its threats against Iran, saying that if Iran threatens the U.S. ever again, Iran will suffer consequences which have never been suffered throughout history. Is this a distraction for Trump from his domestic troubles or is he along with Israel angling for a military strike against Iran? Our guest is Middle East expert Phyllis Bennis. (22:19)
Sara Calloway on the anti Trump protests in the U.K. July 24, 2018
Hundreds of thousands of protesters greeted Trump on his visit to the United Kingdom. We speak with London-based Sara Calloway with Women of Color/Global Women’s Strike and a volunteer with the Momentum Movement, one of the speakers at the protest rally. (11:53)
David Cortright on Trump-Putin Summit July 17, 2018
What actually came out of infamous Helsinki summit between between Trump and Putin? Did nukes make it into the conversation? What is the little-reported deal between the United States, Russia and Israel? We speak with David Cortright, Director of Policy Studies at the Kroc Institute for International Studies at the University of Notre Dame. (21:45)
Maru Mora Villalpando on Trump Administration Zero Tolerance Policy
Resistance is growing in detention centers against Trump's snatching of children from immigrant families and placing them in detention centers. A hunger strike has now broken out among detainees at the Northwest Detention Center in Washington state. Several protesters were also arrested outside of Berks County Detention Center after several hundred people there protested. And a caravan of grandmothers are on their way from New York to the U.S./Mexico border to show solidarity with immigrants and protest Trump's anti-immigrant and racist policies. Our guest is immigrant rights campaigner Maru Mora Villalpando. (12:36)
Farida Chehata and Ryan J. Suto on Trump’s Muslim Ban June 27, 2018
The U.S. Supreme Court decision to uphold Donald Trump's Muslim ban and the consequences of the ruling. Arab American Institute representative Ryan J. Suto and Council on American Islamic Relations Los Angeles representative Farida Chehata weigh in on the decision. (21:13)
Richard Wexler on Separating Families at the Border June 27, 2018
The state and future of child migrants separated from their families with National Coalition for Child Protection Reform executive director Richard Wexler. (14:31)
Rountable on Trump June 14, 2018
Today, we discuss Donald Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore, the ongoing tariff dispute between the U.S. and other major world powers, the situation of migrant refugees on the border and the upcoming midterm elections. Roundtable participants: Jackie Goldberg, Laura Carlsen, Dr. Gerald Horne. (50:36)
Sean Lim on US - North Korea Summit June 13, 2018
South Korea-based journalist Sean Lim speaks about U.S. President Donald Trump's recent meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. (22:03)