In this episode, Charles talks to Andom Ghebreghiorgis, Democratic candidate for New York’s 16th Congressional District, about his district and his platform.
In this conversation, Charles talks to returning guest Hector Oseguera, Democratic candidate for New Jersey’s 8th Congressional District, about specific examples of corruption and pollution and try to get at what drives these cases.
This week on Tell Me What to Think, Charles interviews Salem Snow about his run for Pennsylvania’s 2nd Congressional District.
This week, Charles interviews Hector Oseguera, Democratic candidate for the House of Representatives in New Jersey’s 8th District. We talk about corruption, how to fix most forms with a beneficial ownership rule, and more!
In this episode, Charles interviews Christopher Armitage, Democratic candidate for Washington’s 5th Congressional District.
This week, Charles interviews Lauren Ashcraft, progressive candidate for the House of Representatives in New York’s 12th District, in a discussion ranging from the Green New Deal, affordable housing, and more.
On this episode of “Tell Me What to Think,” Charles interviews Ben Emard, a progressive candidate for California’s 6th Congressional District, discussing the Green New Deal, criminal justice reform, and more!
On this episode of “Tell Me What to Think,” Pete and Charles tell you what to think about…the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation. Wisconsin’s Legislative Audit Bureau recently released a biennial audit of the WEDC. We discuss how the WEDC is set up to institutionalize political and corporate corruption in Wisconsin…
On this episode of Tell Me What to Think, Pete and Charles tell you what to think…about “Blowing Up the System!” We discuss how this oft used phrase to describe some radical politicians has different implications when applied to different candidates or ideologies. We also figure out how a seeming…
On this episode of “Tell Me What to Think,” your hosts Pete and Charles tell you what to think about…Arms Control. Recently federal regulations changed to move some international arms sales oversight away from the U.S. State Department and into the U.S. Commerce Department. We use this as a launch…