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Jan 27, 2023

This time we sit down with Ryeshia Farmer from the African-American Round Table and State Representative Darrin Madison to talk through the new $42 million youth prison slated to be built on Milwaukee's north side. We talk about what life is like in a youth prison, what youth prisons do to the children housed there, and...


Jan 12, 2023

This time we sit down with Sam Harshner, a DSA-endorsed candidate for Shorewood's Village Board of Trustees. We talk through what made him decide to run for the village board and what he hopes to do as a Trustee. If you like what you hear - check out the link below to find out how to help with his campaign. He could use...


Jan 5, 2023

Welcome back to the final installment of our 3-part series on how elections have become an industry in our country. Now that we know where the big money in politics came from (Citizen's United) and who is getting it (Super PACs) we talk through what we can do about it. Stay tuned till the end to learn how you can save...


Dec 15, 2022

Welcome back to part 2 of our 3-part series on how elections have become an industry in our country. This time we build on the knowledge that Citizen's United allowed untraceable money to enter our politics and find out who is getting that money, what they are spending it on, and ultimately how it affects who is chosen...


Dec 6, 2022

Eric Rorholm joins us to make sense of midterm political ads and explain how elections have become an industry in this country. We talk through the history of campaign finance and how recent changes to the laws governing elections are impacting the ads we see, the candidates that run, and at the very heart of it -...