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Now displaying: 2019

Welcome to the WhoWhatWhy Podcast.

Dec 16, 2019

Want a visa to the US? Then you have to be prepared to disclose your social media activity -- even though there is no evidence that type of screening can identify threats.

Dec 13, 2019

A look at how charts and graphs are creating a new visual language and changing the way we interpret data.

Dec 6, 2019

A look at merging science and the knowledge of indigenous peoples to deal with today’s environmental crises.

Nov 29, 2019

As millions of Americans are bargaining hunting for the latest fashion on Black Friday, we take a look at the social and environmental damage that our clothes are doing to the planet.

Read More:
https://whowhatwhy.org/2019/11/29/clothing-is-the-new-plastic/

Nov 22, 2019

Former Navy officer, intelligence analyst, and author Malcolm Nance talks about the Trump/Putin master plan.

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https://whowhatwhy.org/2019/11/22/from-useful-idiot-to-working-asset/

Nov 18, 2019

How the trade war, corporate tax cuts, and fossil fuel subsidies have hurt many small businesses.

Nov 15, 2019

Renowned author, professor, and psychiatrist Robert J. Lifton exposes the similarities between today’s ideological polarization, Chinese communist thought reform, and cults.

Nov 8, 2019

 A look at a form of protest that has, up until now, kept democracy and business sustainable.

Nov 1, 2019

A contrarian view of how to deal with our environmental crisis.

Oct 28, 2019

A new documentary depicts a global plastics crisis that is only getting worse.

Oct 25, 2019

A conversation with longtime Middle East correspondent Charles Glass.

Oct 18, 2019

Cartoonist Ted Rall talks about the state of journalism, the death of irony, and the effort to save the once-powerful political cartoon.

Oct 11, 2019

A distinguished MIT economist looks at how today’s events line up with how liberty dies.

Oct 7, 2019

In a bastion of America’s progressivism, authorities are secretly spying on the public.

Oct 4, 2019

CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou weighs in on the Ukraine scandal.

Sep 27, 2019

The GOP has waged a losing battle against social modernity for decades. Next year Republicans will start paying for it, renowned pollster Stanley Greenberg predicts.

Sep 20, 2019

Big carbon and mass apathy are the existential double whammy, warns veteran climate campaigner Bill McKibben.

Sep 13, 2019

One of the leading experts on cults gives a new perspective on today’s politics -- and some of its frightening implications.

Sep 6, 2019

Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) shares insights from his early visits to detention facilities and his legislative proposals to address the horrors he witnessed.

Sep 3, 2019

President Donald Trump’s tweets often violate Twitter’s standards, but the company has taken no action to restrict or block them. A conversation with Mark Karlin and Russ Baker.

Aug 30, 2019

An examination of why we should be outraged that justice is not being served in the Epstein case.

Aug 22, 2019

Questioning accepted narratives is a healthy feature of an open society. But today’s conspiracists come without any evidence or sources — only a motive.

Aug 15, 2019

A look at how things like the Chinese Exclusion Act, eugenics, and white America’s desire for racial purity have historically been far worse than what we are seeing today — at least so far.

Aug 9, 2019

The stunning results of a 20-year investigation into Charles Manson, the CIA, corrupt prosecutors, and the secret history of the Sixties.

Aug 2, 2019

The current reality may be far more dangerous than past nuclear threats: Richard Clarke, the first White House official placed in charge of US cybersecurity policy, looks at the dangers of cyber warfare today.

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