This week Matt talks with Christopher Schmidt, who is a young white male from upstate NY who is an activist, a Muslim and the publisher of a free quarterly paper, The Observation Post. Tune in to find out what makes him ...
On today’s show Matt talk with Dan Plaat who is a young Green running for Albany County Executive. He tells us why and how he is doing that and shares with us some of his feelings about economics, Occupy and formal ...
On today’s show, guests Mark Rock and Paul Rosati (of UE Local 332) speak about the shutdown of GE’s capacitor plant in Fort Edward and the attached issues of corporate welfare and economic development.
Today’s UnCommon Sense was everything Sanders. Many friends and supporters love Bernie and want to know what my problem could possibly be with his run for president. Outside of foreign policy (where his voting record says “warhawk” and where Matt is clearly ...
On today’s show, Matt discusses some of the books that have been most formative in his thinking. As he says on the show, you should listen in not because Matt’s thinking is exceptional, but because these authors truly are.
Today’s show was a discussion of why a somewhat typical guy, who has worked as a meat cutter and in restaurants, has hunted and fished, grew up on a farm, has also decided, at 47, to stop eating/buying animal products.
On this week’s show Matt talks to Colin Fox Thomas, a well informed, exciting, and engaging young man running for Troy city council. We find out why.
On today’s show, Matt tells us all about some of his favorite documentaries and why we should watch them. Most notably, “An UnReasonable Man”, “The Corporation” and “Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media”.
In this podcast we spoke with our resident Economist, Professor Aaron Pacitti, about the economics of the European Union.
This week is part two of a two part discussion between Matt and nationally-known activists and founders of Popular Resistance, Kevin Zeese and Dr. Margaret Flowers.