The former civic leaders and representative discuss the 25th anniversary of the L.A. uprising.
The former Federal Election Commission Chair discusses campaign finance and fair enforcement of election law.
The former White House counsel discusses President Trump’s norm-breaking administration and how his actions and authoritarian personality will test our democracy.
The author and 2016 Pulitzer Prize finalist discusses her new book “Phenomena” in which she takes a look at some of the U.S. Government’s secret psychic programs.
The political commentator discusses Trump’s authoritarian presidency as described in his recent article in The Atlantic, “How to Build an Autocracy.”
The author and consumer advocate discusses the progressive’s response to the conservative agenda of the Trump administration.
Former Assistant Secretary of Education and current president of The Network For Public Education joins us to discuss the uncertain future of America’s education system.
The cognitive science and linguistics professor joins us to discuss the scientific factors behind the suggestive media messaging used by the Trump administration.
The UCLA Law Professor and Interim Dean of Berkeley Law return to discuss Trump’s conservative Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch and to explore several constitutional issues raised by Trump’s executive orders.
The UCLA Law Professor and Interim Dean of Berkeley Law join us to discuss upcoming changes in the Supreme Court under the Trump administration.