Abby and Robbie Martin discuss the 74th anniversary of the US atrocity of dropping nuclear bombs on civilian cities Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the mainstreaming of the QAnon conspiracy theory by the president and his fanatical legion, and the roots of the uniquely American phenomenon of mass shootings. Note: This was recorded before Jeffrey Epstein’s death. Thanks for listening! If you … Read More
Abby and Robbie discuss Trump’s racist attacks on women of color in Congress and Omar’s brave introduction of a pro-BDS measure in the wake of a House resolution condemning BDS. In the second half of the episode, Abby goes in depth about every major Democratic contender’s true policy position on Palestine and Israel. Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed this … Read More
Abby and Robbie discuss the month’s headlines, including the antifa “concrete milkshake” disinformation campaign, the earthquakes in Southern California, Trump’s unsettling fascist air show on the fourth of July and the bizarre media summit he hosted about media censorship for a cadre of Islamophobic, racist conspiracists and conservative clickbait grifters at the White House. Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed … Read More
Abby and Robbie Martin go over the headlines from the last month, including the FBI infiltrating 8Chan to promote Russia Gate, Oakland decriminalizing psychedelics, the draconian border policies escalating migrant deaths, the narratives surrounding the Trump administration’s increasingly precarious Iran war build-up. Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed this podcast please consider donating to Media Roots Radio on Patreon.
Abby and Robbie Martin give a blow-by-blow account of the first two nights of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate debates. They discuss how Tulsi Gabbard and Bernie Sanders were specifically targeted with adversarial questions, the unequal time given to Elizabeth Warren/Joe Biden and how candidates like Pete Buttigieg/Kamala Harris/Bill De Blasio were attempting to siphon energy from Sanders by disingenuously … Read More