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Mikel Maria Delgado is a Certified Cat Behavior Consultant and worked as a full time Cat Behavior Specialist at the San Francisco SPCA for several years before co-founding Feline Minds. She has been interviewed for Cat Fancy, the New York Times, Washington Post, Slate, and the Huffington Post and has done presentations on cat behavior at the Bay Area Pet Fair and the Exploratorium Museum of Science. Mikel is currently a PhD Candidate at UC Berkeley in the Psychology Department, where she studies animal behavior, and human-pet relationships. She has presented research on the welfare of laboratory pigeons, human attitudes about domestic cats, learning in zebrafish and pigeons, and emotions and decision making in squirrels at several academic conferences. She served on the Board of Directors for the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants for four years, and is a former Co-Chair of their Cat Division. Mikel also co-runs the website Food Puzzles For Cats. She lives in Berkeley with her boyfriend and their two rescue cats.
Topics: Trump's short list to replace RBG; If Pelosi and Schumer won't shut the government down to block Trump's Supreme Court nominee they won't ever fight for us; Impeach Bill Barr A.S.A.P.; Biden needs to talk about I.C.E. sterilizing women; Biden can't save the planet if he won't ban fracking; Treasury Dept.'s secret investigation reveals ALL major banks launder more than two trillion dollars for Latin American drug cartels, Russian oligarchs and Trump cronies Guests and Time Code: (1:47)Political Satirist Ted Alexandro, whose new one hour special “Cut/Up” is now on YouTube. Host of "The Ted Alexandro Show" also on YouTube. (34:43) Comic Joe DeVito, whose new special “First of All” is now on Dry Bar Comedy (1:03:00) Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling (1:22:07) Professor Mike Steinel debuts his latest, "Merchant of Chaos" (1:44:14) Comic Aaron Berg, whose new special is “25 Sets” streaming on iTunes and Amazon (2:02:03) Comic Pete Dominick, host of “StandUP with Pete Dominick" (2:37:33) Lance Jeffries and Kathleen Ashe (2:53:48) Jeff Blackwood, Democratic strategist from the dark reaches of the far Left (3:08:59) Mark Breslin, founder and president of Yuk Yuk’s the largest comedy chain in North America (3:36:00) Zack Ford, press secretary for Alliance for Justice on the fight to replace RBG (4:08:21) Emil Guillermo, host of “The PETA Podcast” (4:36:00) Howie Klein, founder and treasurer of The Blue America PAC and Down With Tyranny (5:08:00) Howie Klein introduces us to Chokwe Pitchford, candidate for Michigan's 79th District House of Rep. who insists, "We only run forward, together." (5:35:08) Dr. Harriet Fraad, host of “When Capitalism Hits Home” and “It’s Not Just In Your Head” (6:08:22) Kelly Stone, sex educator, baby mama, comedian and Texas politician (6:34:42) Professor Harvey J. Kaye author of “FDR on Democracy” (7:20:00) Dan Frankenberger in the newsroom with "Community Billboard" (7:45:00) Professor Mike Steinel's "Merchant of Chaos" and "The David Feldman Show Love Theme" Music: "Merchant of Chaos," "The David Feldman Show Love Theme," "Harvey J. Kaye Love Theme" and "Hard Times In The City" written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel. "Joe DeVito Love Theme" written by Jim Mahood
Topics: David holds his nose and endorses Biden; Julian Assange's extradition; Bill Barr compares lockdown to slavery; The Noble Lie; Are Incels right about women?; Biden's climate change plan isn't horrible; America's violent history in Latin America; Bloomberg blows 100 million in Florida on Biden; Michael Caputo takes a leave of his senses; ICE is sterilizing immigrants;  Guests: Animal Behaviorist Dr. Jennifer Verdolin, author of “Raised By Animals"; Congressman Alan Grayson, author of “High Crimes: The Impeachment of Donald Trump"; Alan Minsky, executive director of Progressive Democrats of America, introduces us to Angelica Duenas, Democratic candidate for California's 29th Congressional District- East San Fernando Valley; Philosophy Professor Ben Burgis, author of “Myth and Mayhem: A Leftist Critique of Jordan Peterson” and host of “Give Them An Argument”; Emmy and Peabody Award Winning Jim Earl; Dr. Philip Herschenfeld, psychiatrist, and his son Comic Ethan; "Chronic Relief, A Diabetes Town Hall with your Pancreassholes" Jim Earl, Martha Previte and Immunobiologist Henry Hakamaki; Professor Harvey J. Kaye, Professor Mary Anne Cummings and Professor Adnan Husain look back at the week; Henry Hakamaki interviews Dr. Alexander Aviña, professor of history at Arizona State University and author of "Specters of Revolution: Peasant Guerrillas in the Cold War Mexican Countryside"; The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans United for Separation of Church of State Time Code: Dr. Jennifer Verdolin (23:27) Congressman Alan Grayson (59:16) Alan Minsky and Angelica Duenas (1:29:22) Professor Ben Burgis (3:30:02) Jim Earl (4:04:22) Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and Ethan (4:21:58) Chronic Relief with Martha Previte, Jim Earl and Henry Hakamaki (5:05:35) Professor Adnan Husain, Professor Mary Anne Cummings and Professor Harvey J. Kaye (5:31:30) Henry Hakamaki talks with Dr. Aleander Avina (6:34:40) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (7:25:58) Music: David Feldman Love Theme and Professor Harvey J. Kaye Love Theme written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; The Rev. Barry W. Lynn Love Theme written and performed by Lance Jeffries
Topics: Andrew Gillum says he's bi; Trump implodes; Republicans call for martial law; Will you riot if the GOP steals it?; Will Democrats even fight for democracy? Does America deserve what Trump has done to it? ; Sex and power; And meeting your comedy idols Guests: Sex Expert, Dr. Justin J. Lehmiller from The Kinsey Institute, author of “Tell Me What You Want: The Science of Sexual Desire and How It Can Help You Improve Your Sex Life” and “The Psychology of Human Sexuality”; Comedy Writer Alan Zweibel, 5 time Emmy Award winner – original SNL writer- It’s Garry Shandling’s Show, Curb Your Enthusiasm, latest book is “Laugh Lines- My Life Helping Funny People be Funnier”;  Sex Educator, Comedian, Politician, Baby Mama and Activist Kelly Stone; Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling; Pete Dominick, host of “StandUP! with Pete Dominick”; Comedian Aaron Berg, whose latest special “25 Sets” is streaming on Amazon and iTunes; Mark Breslin, founder and president of Yuk Yuk’s, the largest comedy chain in North America; Screenwriter Dave Sirus, whose latest movie is “The King of Staten Island” starring Pete Davidson, Marisa Tomei, and Bill Burr and directed by Judd Apatow; PETA Podcast’s Emil Guillermo; Down with Tyranny’s Howie Klein, founder and president of The Blue America PAC; Dr. Harriet Fraad, host of “When Capitalism Hits Home” and "It's Not Just In Your Head"; Professor Adnan Husain who teaches Medieval Mediterranean and Islamic World studies at Queens University in Ontario, Canada; Professor Harvey J. Kaye author of “FDR on Democracy”; Covid Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Immunobiologist Henry Hakamaki. Time Code: Dr. Justin J. Lehmiller (1:57) Kelly Stone (30:35) Alright Fine (Biden) (1:05:14) Dan In The Newsroom (1:07:35) Dr. Harriet Fraad (1:26:16) Professor Adnan Husain (1:49:18) Professor Harvey J. Kaye (2:32:00) Covid Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Henry Hakamaki (3:34:07) Alan Zweibel (4:34:30) Pete Dominick (5:02:00) Aaron Berg (5:33:00) Mark Breslin (6:04:00) Dave Sirus (6:36:02) Emil Guillermo (7:09:14) Howie Klein (7:35:46) I'm On My Way (8:12:25) Jackie The Joke Man Martling (8:15:00) Music: Alright Fine (Biden) written and performed by The Covid Players who are Lance Jeffries, Tom Webber, Kathleen Ashe and John Hays; I'm On My Way written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel
Guests: Maximillian Alvarez, host of “Working People”; Comedian and Ungentlemanly Farmer, Jon Ross; Animal Behaviorist Dr. Jennifer Verdolin, author of “Raised by Animals”; Professor Ben Burgis, author of “Myth and Mayhem: A Leftist Critique of Jordan Peterson” and host of “Give Them An Argument”; From the dark reaches of the far Left, Democratic Strategist Jeff Blackwood; Alan Minsky, executive director of Progressive Democrats of America; Comedian Judy Gold, author of “You Can’t Say That: When They Come for The Comedians You’re Next”; Professor Harvey J. Kaye and Professor Mary Anne Cummings take a look back at the week; Dr. Philip Herschenfeld, psychiatrist, and his son Ethan; The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans United For Separation of Church and State; Emmy and Peabody Award Winning Comedy Writer Jim Earl; Diabetes Town Hall with Martha Previte from Diabetic Fury; Ask Henry Hakamaki talks with Katya Kazbek who runs , a website that explores independent film, art, music, and books from around the world.   The David Feldman Show is sponsored solely by listeners. We accept all major credit cards so please make a donation by clicking on this link:  Time Code: Maximillian Alvarez (1:52) Professor Harvey J. Kaye and Professor Mary Anne Cummings (36:19) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (2:10:51) Jon Ross (2:40:45) Dr. Jennifer Verdolin (3:07:13)  Professor Ben Burgis (3:41:42) Jeff Blackwood (4:16:03) Alan Minsky (4:31:20) Judy Gold (5:12:00) No Evil Blues (5:37:07) Jim Earl (5:40:17) Martha Previte's Diabetic Fury (6:06:27) Ask Henry Hakamaki with Katya Kazbek (7:00:12) Music: No Evil Blues written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel   
Today's Topics: 10,000 California acres up in smoke after gender reveal party, the least those moronic parents could do is tell us whether it's a boy or a girl; Is Trump flaming out? Biden's poll numbers on fire; Postmaster General feeling the heat. Guests: From The BBC's "Secret Life of Boys," Comic Laura House; Congressman Alan Grayson, author of "High Crimes: The Impeachment of Donald Trump;" Sex Educator, Comedian, Politician, Baby Mama and Activist Kelly Stone; Dr. Harriet Fraad, host of "When Capitalism Hits Home;"LGBTQ Activist Zack Ford, press Secretary at Alliance for Justice;  Down with Tyranny's Howie Klein introduces us to Kara Eastman who is the Democratic nominee for Nebraska's 2nd congressional district; Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling; Professor Adnan Husain who teaches Medieval Mediterranean and Islamic World studies at Queens University in Ontario, Canada; Professor Harvey J. Kaye author of "FDR on Democracy;" Screenwriter Dave Sirus, whose latest movie is "The King of Staten Island" starring Pete Davidson, Marisa Tomei, and Bill Burr and directed by Judd Apatow; Mark Breslin, founder and president of Yuk Yuk's, the largest comedy chain in North America; Pete Dominick host of StandUP! with Pete Dominick; Comedian Aaron Berg, whose latest special "25 Sets" is streaming on Amazon and iTunes; PETA Podcast's Emil Guillermo; Dan Frankenberger in the newsroom Time Code: Howie Klein and Kara Eastman (1:52) Zack Ford (34:14) I'm On My Way (1:05:22) Lance Jeffries  (1:07:51) Alright Fine (Biden) (1:15:18) Dr. Harriet Fraad (1:36:10) Professor Adnan Husain (2:15:06) Professor Harvey J. Kaye (2:56:01) Dave Sirus (3:30:30) No More Auction Block (4:04:26) Emil Guillermo (4:07:30) Laura House (4:38:15) Congressman Alan Grayson (5:05:04) Kelly Stone (5:41:11) Mark Breslin (6:11:51) Hard Times In The City (6:32:21) Pete Dominick (6:34:42) Aaron Berg (7:05:05) Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling (7:34:35) Dear Theo (7:51:26) Mo Evil Blues (7:53:44) Community Billboard with Dan Frankenberger (7:56:55) Music: I'm On My Way written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Feldman Suite written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Alright Fine (Biden) written and performed by The Covid Players who are Lance Jeffries, Kathleen Ashe, Tom Webber and John Hays; No More Auction Block performed by The Covid Players; Hard Times In The City written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Dear Theo performed by Jim Mahood; Mo Evil Blues performed by Professor Mike Steinel The David Feldman Show is sponsored solely by listeners. We take all major credit cards. Please make a donation by clicking on this link:  https://davidfeldmanshow.com/supporting-people-in-need/  
Today's Topics: We remember Anthropologist and Occupy Wall Street Leader David Graeber, author of "Bullshit Jobs;" Do cats feel remorse?; Why nightmares are actually healing; Trump tells his supporters to vote twice; And America's Left must inform Biden immediately that their vote is contingent solely upon Medicare For All.   Guests: Thomas Frank, author of “What’s the Matter with Kansas?: How Conservatives Won the Heart of America,” “Listen, Liberal: Or, What Ever Happened to the Party of the People?” And his latest, “The People, No: A Brief History of Anti-Populism”; Maximillian Alvarez, host of “Working People”; Alan Minsky, executive director of Progressive Democrats of America; Animal Behaviorist Dr. Jennifer Verdolin, author of “Raised by Animals"; David Takes Your Calls; Psychiatrist Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and his son Ethan; The Rev. Barry W. Lynn, from Americans United for Separation of Church and State; American Hero Burt Ross, New Jersey Energy Czar who invented the right turn on red; Emmy and Peabody Award Winning Jim Earl; Ask Henry Hakamaki; Community Billboard with Dan Frankenberger This is a pledgisode, please support independent podcasting by going to https://davidfeldmanshow.com/supporting-people-in-need/ We accept all major credit cards. Time Code: David Asks For Money (2:32) David Feldman Suite (15:09) Maximillian Alvarez (17:00) Thomas Frank (42:50) There's Power In The Union (1:29:16) Alan Minsky (1:31:45) Mo Evil Blues (1:57:03)The Rev. Barry W. Lynn ( 2:00) I'm On My Way (2:30:05) Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and son Ethan (2:32:33) No More Auction Block (3:16:05) Jim Earl (3:19:07) Ask Henry Hakamaki (4:07:35) Burt Ross (5:07:36) Dr. Jennifer Verdolin (5:46:36) David Takes Your Calls (6:07:24)  Music: Hard Time In The City, written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; David Feldman Suite written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; There's Power In The Union performed by The Covid Players who are Lance Jeffries, Tom Webber and Kathlene Ashe; Moe Evil Blues written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; I'm On My Way written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; No More Auction Block performed by The Covid Players
Today's topics: Wisconsin on fire, the cops are getting worse, BLM, Alpha Males, humiliation, Steve Mnuchin's three marriages, dogs on chains and the Massachusetts primary.  Guests: Comic Judy Gold, author of "You Can't Say That" joins  Comedy Giant Frank Conniff; Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling; Comic, Sex Educator, and Texas Politician Kelly Stone; David "Citizen" Bacon reports from Trump's rally in New Hampshire; Jazz Professor Mike Steinel; Mark Breslin, the founder and president of Yuk Yuk's; Comic Aaron Berg, whose new special "25 Sets" is streaming on iTunes and Amazon; Pete Dominick host of the "StandUP! with Pete Dominick Podcast"; Screenwriter Dave Sirus; PETA Podcast's Emil Guillermo;  Down With Tyranny's Howie Klein; Dr. Harriet Fraad host of "When Capitalism Hits Home"; Professor Adnan Husain; Author of "FDR on Democracy," Professor Harvey J. Kaye. Time Code: Feldman Suite (0:00) Dr. Harriet Fraad (2:34) Kelly Stone (34:35) Howie Klein (1:07:44) Professor Adnan Husain (1:35:24) Professor Harvey J. Kaye (2:04:25) I'm On My Way (3:10:20) Judy Gold, Frank Conniff, Mark Breslin roundtable (3:12:49) Aaron Berg (4:14:18) Pete Dominick (4:37:26) Dave Sirus (5:02:27) Emil Guillermo (5:38:11) David "Citizen" Bacon (6:06:03) Professor Mike Steinel (6:42:01) Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling (7:10:26)   Music: Feldman Suite, performed by Professor Mike Steinel; I'm on My Way performed by Professor Mike Steinel   
34.2 million Americans have diabetes, that's 10.5% of the US population. 88 million Americans, 18 years or older, have prediabetes, that's 34.5% of the adult US population. As America's eating habits spread throughout the world, diabetes is now a global pandemic.   On Today's Episode: Our first Diabetes Town Hall; Two Democratic Progressive candidates for Congress; an update on No Evil Foods' union busting efforts and a look back at the horror show that was the GOP convention. Our Guests:  Diabetes Town Hall with Henry Hakamaki and Dr. Gina Hakamaki, Certified Diabetes Educator along with Martha Previte from Diabetic Fury; Senator Susan Collins (Martha Previte); Dr. Liam O’Mara, Democratic candidate for California's 42nd congressional district; Democrat Jess Scarane, running for Senate in Delaware; Congressman Alan Grayson, author of "High Crimes: The Impeachment of Donald Trump" ; Maxmillian Alvarez, host of "Working People" ; Alan Minsky, executive director of Progressive Democrats of America; Psychiatrist Dr. Philip Herschenfeld, and his son Ethan; Journalist Andrew Miller from Industrial Worker; Emmy and Peabody Award Winning Jim Earl; Dr. Jennifer Verdolin, animal behaviorist and author of “Raised By Animals”;  American Hero Burt Ross Seats are still available to attend Saturday Night's Covid Town Squares. Only $15, and ALL proceeds go towards Henry Hakamaki's research and education. Purchase tickets by going here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-covid-town-squares-tickets-117459902731 Time Code: Senator Susan Collins (0:00) No Evil Blues (17:19)  Maximillian Alvarez (20:33) Jess Scarane (51:50) I'm On My Way (1:25:45) Jim Earl (1:28:13) Dr. Jennifer Verdolin (1:57:20) Burt Ross (2:18:20) Dr. Liam O'Mara (2:47:47) Alan Minsky (3:32:21) Diabetes Town Hall With Dr. Gina Hakamaki, Martha Previte and Henry Hakamaki (3:57:02) Congressman Alan Grayson, Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and Ethan Herschenfeld (4:26:49) Andrew Miller (5:35:20) Dan Frankenberger's Community Billboard (5:49:55) The Grape Lady (5:52:03) Music: No Evil Blues and I'm On My Way written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel
Purchase tickets for Saturday's "Covid Town Square" on Zoom! Only $15. August 29, 2020, 9:30 PM (EST) Seating is limited to 100 participants. Click on link below to meet The Irritable Immunologist and Immuno Biologist Henry Hakamaki. All proceeds go towards Henry Hakamaki's research and education: Eventbrite Ticket Link Today's guests: From The Daily Show With Trevor Noah, Comedian Josh Johnson; The Washington Post's Helaine Olen reflects on the first night of the GOP convention;  Tim Schwab, from the Columbia Journalism Review, on his recent investigation into how Bill Gates' donations of more than $250 million into non-profit news organization shape coverage of Gates, Microsoft and the Gates Foundation; The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans United For Separation of Church and State on Jerry Falwell Jr.; Mark Breslin, the founder and president of Yuk Yuk's-- the largest comedy chain in North America; The host of the PETA Podcast, Emil Guillermo who writes a weekly column for the Asian American Legal Defense And Education Fund; Kelly Stone, comedian, sex educator, and Texas politician; Comic Aaron Berg whose special "25 Sets" is streaming on Amazon and iTunes; Down with Tyranny's Howie Klein, founder and treasurer of the Blue America PAC; Author of "War Made Easy" Norman Solomon on "Why the Left Must Reject and Elect Biden at the Same Time" ; Dr. Harriet Fraad, host of "When Capitalism Hits Home" and "It's Not Just In Your Head";  Professor Harvey J. Kaye author of "FDR On Democracy"; Democratic Strategist, from the far reaches of the left, Jeff Blackwood; Covid-19 Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Immuno Biologist Henry Hakamaki ; Comedy Writer and Gentleman Farmer Jon Ross addresses the concerns of our listeners Time Code: I'm On My Way (0:00) Covid Town Hall (2:19) Tim Schwab (40:48) Helaine Olen (1:09:29) Kelly Stone (1:45:17) Dr. Harriet Fraad (2:18:31) Josh Johnson (2:51:28) Howie Klein (3:23:15) Norman Solomon (3:52:54) Professor Harvey J. Kaye (4:18:04) Emil Guillermo (4:49:43) Jeff Blackwood (5:28:06) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (5:47:58) Mark Breslin (6:39:32) Aaron Berg (7:19:07) David Takes Your Calls (7:43:59) Jon Ross (7:48:46) Ain't No Cane On The Brazos (8:16:42)   Music By: Professor Mike Steinel, Jim Mahood and The Covid Players who are Lance Jeffries, Tom Webber and Kathleen Ashe I’m on My Way written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Howie Klein Love Theme written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Harvey J. Kaye Love Theme written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Hard Time In The City written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Ain’t No Cane on The Brazos performed by The Covid Players; Aaron Berg Love Theme written and performed by Tim Mahood    
Law Professor Jody Armour whose new book is, "N*gga Theory: Race, Language, Unequal Justice, and the Law";  Constitutional Law Scholar Bruce Fein who served as deputy attorney general in the Reagan administration; Congressman Alan Grayson, author of "High Crimes: The Impeachment of Donald Trump;" Philosophy Professor Ben Burgis whose latest book is "Myth and Mayhem: A Liberal Critique of Jordan Peterson" and his new podcast is "Give Them an Argument"; Peabody and Emmy Award Winning Comedy Writer and Author Jim Earl; Screenwriter Dave Sirus, whose latest movie is "The King Of Staten Island" starring Pete Davidson, Marisa Tomei and Bill Burr. Directed by Judd Apatow; Dr. Jennifer Verdolin, author of "Raised By Animals" answers questions about your pets; American Hero Burt Ross, who created New Jersey's right turn on red; Peabody Award Winning Comedian Pete Dominick host of "StandUP with Pete Dominick" ; Psychiatrist Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and his son Ethan; The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans United for Separation of Church and State; Professor Harvey J. Kaye, author of "FDR on Democracy" and Professor and Parks Commissioner Mary Anne Cummings look back at the DNC convention and take your questions; Ask Henry Hakamaki. Time Code: Congressman Alan Grayson (2:50) Constitutional Scholar Bruce Fein (25:46) Professor Jody Armour (1:01:19) Philosophy Professor Ben Burgis (1:55:56) Jim Earl (2:31:22) Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and his son Ethan (3:00:45) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (3:33:20) Professors Harvey J. Kaye and Mary Anne Cummings (4:05:53) Dr. Jennifer Verdolin (5:00:25) Pete Dominick (5:56:33) Dave Sirus (6:17:54) Ask Henry (6:58:19)  Music By: Professor Mike Steinel, Jim Mahood and The Covid Players who are Lance Jeffries, Tom Webber and Kathleen Ashe I’m on My Way written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Howie Klein Love Theme written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Harvey J. Kaye Love Theme written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Hard Time In The City written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Ain’t No Cane on The Brazos performed by The Covid Players; Dave Sirus Love Theme written and performed by Tim Mahood; No Evil Blues written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Hey Mr. Bezos written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel  
Shahid Buttar is running for Congress as a Democratic Socialist. On today's show, he fends off coordinated attacks against his reputation and demonstrates why, now more than ever, he must defeat neoliberal lap dog Nancy Pelosi; Down With Tyranny's Howie Klein, founder and treasurer of The Blue America PAC, calls the sexual harassment accusations against Shahid Buttar a DCCC hit job and declares he's maxing out his donations to Shahid's campaign; Professor Harvey J. Kaye, author of “F.D.R. On Democracy;” Dr. Harriet Fraad, host of "When Capitalism Hits Home" and "It's Not Just In Your Head;" Comic Judy Gold, author of "Yes I Can Say That;" Kelly Stone, sex educator, comedian, baby momma and candidate; Timothy Ulrich from China Global Television Network talks to us from Inner Mongolia; Comedian Aaron Berg, whose latest special "25 Sets" is streaming on Amazon and iTunes; The Founder and President of Yuk Yuk's, North America's Largest Comedy Chain, Mark Breslin; Folklore Archivist Nicole Penney discusses infamous yoga positions that involve sucking liquid from a glass without using one's hands or mouth. WARNING: While anthropological in scope, the conversation is not suitable for people who consider themselves suitable; Jazz Historian Mike Steinel talks and then sings about wealth inequality; Emil Guillermo, host of The PETA Podcast; Medieval European and Middle Eastern Historian Professor Adnan Husain; Covid 19 Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Immuno Biologist Henry Hakamaki; Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling Time Code: I'm On My Way (0:00) Shahid Buttar (2:53) Howie Klein (57:55) Professor Harvey J. Kaye (1:23:19) Dr. Harriet Fraad (1:50:54) No Evil Blues (2:27:38) Professor Adnan Husain (2:30:49) Kelly Stone (3:11:19) Ain't No Cane on The Brazos (3:36:18) Emil Guillermo (3:40:05) Hey Mr. Bezos (4:13:30) Judy Gold (4:17:54) Timothy Ullrich (4:46:20) Folklore Archivist Nicole Penney (5:11:50) Mark Breslin (5:26:20) Aaron Berg (6:04:11) Professor Mike Steinel (6:25:55) Covid-19 Town Hall (6:46:24) Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling (7:31:00) Music By: Professor Mike Steinel, Jim Mahood and The Covid Players who are Lance Jeffries, Tom Webber and Kathleen Ashe I'm on My Way written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Howie Klein Love Theme written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Harvey J. Kaye Love Theme written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Hard Time In The City written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Ain't No Cane on The Brazos performed by The Covid Players; Aaron Berg Love Theme written and performed by Tim Mahood; No Evil Blues written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Hey Mr. Bezos written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel  
Thomas Frank, author of "What's the Matter with Kansas?: How Conservatives Won the Heart of America," "Listen, Liberal: Or, What Ever Happened to the Party of the People?" And his latest, "The People, No: A Brief History of Anti-Populism;" Screenwriter Dave Sirus, who latest movie is "The King of Staten Island;" Animal Behaviorist Dr. Jennifer Verdolin author of "Raised by Animals;" American Hero/New Jersey Sex Symbol Burt Ross;  Pete Dominick, host of "StandUP! with Pete Dominick," Philosophy Professor Ben Burgis, author of “Myth and Mayhem: A Leftist Critique of Jordan Peterson;” Comic Joe DeVito; Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and Son Ethan; The Reverend Barry W. Lynn from Americans United For Separation of Church and State; Peabody and Emmy Award Winning Jim Earl;  Ask Henry Hakamaki Hard Time In The City performed by Professor Mike Steinel Time Code: Author Thomas Frank (1:14) Screenwriter Dave Sirus (1:09:29) Dr. Jennifer Verdolin (1:40:51) Burt Ross (2:17:40) Pete Dominick (2:46:45) Professor Ben Burgis (3:40:42) Comic Joe DeVito (4:06:14) Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and Ethan (4:32:02) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (5:02:04) Jim Earl (5:30:14) Ask Henry Hakamaki (5:54:16)
Randy Bryce, The Iron Stache, talks unions and how he ended former Speaker Paul Ryan's political career; Comedian Josh Johnson from "The Daily Show;" Rashid Khalidi, Columbia's Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies, Co-editor, Journal of Palestine Studies and author of "The 100 Years' War on Palestine;  Jess Scarane, Democratic candidate running to represent Delaware in the U.S. Senate; Comic Judy Gold, whose new book is "Yes, I Can Say That: When They Come for the Comedians, We Are All in Trouble;" Folklore Archivist Nicole Penney discusses academic work she and other scholars are conducting to chronicle bathroom graffiti; Journalist Cal Colgan, from the Industrial Workers of the World's Freelance Journalist Union (IWW FJU);  Investigative reporter Alex Kotch from The Center for Media and Democracy; Founder and Treasurer of The Blue America PAC, Howie Klein; Democratic Strategist Jeff Blackwood; Medieval European and Middle Eastern Historian Professor Adnan Husain; Professor Harvey J. Kaye author of “Thomas Paine and The Promise of America;” Timothy Ulrich from China Global Television Network; Covid 19 Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Immuno Biologist Henry Hakamaki; Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling; Emilio Fox and David answer listener questions; Dan Frankenberger's Community Billboard; Covid Players; Comedy Writer Jon Ross addresses listener complaints as the newly appointed David Feldman Show Ombudsman Opening Sketch written and performed by Kathleen Ashe and Lance Jeffries; Ain't No Cane On The Brazos performed by The Covid Players who are Tom Webber, Lance Jeffries and Kathleen Ashe. Time Code: Janet Anderson (:00) Comic Jon Ross (6:51) Professor Rashid Khalidi (31:54) Comedian Josh Johnson (1:08:33) Democratic Candidate for Senate Jess Scarane (1:39:34) Ain't No Cane On The Brazos (2:12:35) Comic Judy Gold (2:16:22) Archivist Nicole Penney (2:45:07) Journalist Cal Colgan (3:14:13) Investigative Reporter Alex Kotch (3:40:44) Randy Bryce and Howie Klein (4:04:12) Democratic Strategist Jeff Blackwood (5:05:35) Professor Adnan Husain (5:26:48) Professor Harvey J. Kaye (5:58:29) Reporting from Beijing Timothy Ulrich (6:38:58) Covid 19 Town Hall (7:08:09) Emilio Fox (7:49:34) ) Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling (8:00:01) Dan Frankenberger's Community Billboard (8:13:15)
Millions of Americans again take to the streets, but this time because wicked landlords are evicting them. Housing is a human right. On today's show, we go to Milwaukee, Wisconsin where Democratic Mayor Tom Barrett does NOTHING to keep unscrupulous landlords from throwing predominantly African American communities out of their homes. As Covid-19 runs roughshod through our broken economy, where will these homeless and jobless Americans end up? How will they survive the Wisconsin winter? Call Democratic Mayor Tom Barrett and ask him why he hasn't issued a moratorium on ALL evictions until the end of the pandemic. His numbers are: (414)286-2200 (414)286-3191 Our guests are Jacqueleen Clark and Lucien Nox from the Milwaukee Autonomous Tenants Union.  Also: Pete Dominick, host of StandUP! with Pete Dominick; Peabody and Emmy Award Winning Jim Earl; Philosophy Professor Ben Burgis, author of “Myth and Mayhem: A Leftist Critique of Jordan Peterson;" Animal Behaviorist Dr. Jennifer Verdolin; Emil Guillermo, host of the PETA Podcast;  Emilio Fox and David answer listener questions; American Hero Burt Ross; Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and Son Ethan; The Reverend Barry W. Lynn from Americans United For Separation of Church and State; Ask Henry Hakamaki; Dan Frankenberger's Community Billboard Music: Hard Time In The City written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Ain't No Cane On The Brazos performed by Tom Webber, Lance Jeffries and Kathlene Ashe The David Feldman Show Union PSA written by Kathleen Ashe and performed by the Covid Players. Time Code: Jacqueleen Clark and Lucien Nox (5:56) Ask Henry Hakamaki (37:02) Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and Ethan (1:17:10) Community Billboard With Dan Frankenberger (1:59:23) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (2:03:06) Pete Dominick (2:43:53) Professor Ben Burgis (3:38:30) Dr. Jennifer Verdolin (4:18:46) Jim Earl (4:50:23) Emil Guillermo (5:44:12) Emilio Fox (6:05:18) Burt Ross (6:27:00) 
Dr. Harriet Fraad, host of "When Capitalism Hits Home;" Democratic Candidate for Arizona's First Congressional District Eva Putzova; Congressman Alan Grayson, author of "High Crimes: The Impeachment of Donald Trump;" Folklore Archivist Nicole Penny on "The Dead Baby Joke Cycle;" Founder and Treasurer of The Blue America PAC, Howie Klein; Professor Harvey J. Kaye author of "FDR On Democracy;" Founder and President of Yuk Yuk’s Mark Breslin; Documentarian and Director Roger Nygard whose latest film is "The Truth About Marriage;" Comedian Aaron Berg, star of "25 Sets" now streaming on iTunes and Amazon; Jazz Professor Mike Steinel performs "Hey Mr. Bezos;" Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling;  Comic Jon Ross, the David Feldman Show’s new Ombudsman; Screenwriter Dave Sirus, whose latest movie is “The King of Staten Island;” Professor Adnan Husain; Covid-19 Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Immuno Biologist Henry Hakamaki Real Vegans Buy Union! Sign the petition and tell No Evil Foods to share their private equity funding from Blue Horizon with their workers!!! Tell them to sign a union contract TODAY!!! Music: "Hey Mr. Bezos" performed by Professor Mike Steinel; "Ain’t No Cane On The Brazos" performed by The Covid Players who are Lance Jeffries, Tom Webber and Kathlene Ashe; "No Evil Blues" written and performed Professor Mike Steinel; "Dave Sirus Love Theme" performed by Jim Mahood; "Harvey J. Kaye Love Theme" written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; "Hard Time In The City" written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel Time Code: "Hey Mr. Bezos" (:00) Josh Silberman (4:26) Dr. Harriet Fraad (11:02) Professor Harvey J. Kaye (1:16:21) Congressman Alan Grayson (1:46:08) "Ain't No Cane On The Brazos" (2:42:54) Howie Klein (2:46:34) Eva Putzova (3:14:45) Nicole Penny and Mark Breslin on The Dead Baby Joke Cycle (3:42:10) Aaron Berg (4:42:58) Jon Ross (5:01:08) Professor Adnan Husain (5:33:48) Professor Mike Steinel (5:59:10) Director Roger Nygard (6:24:08) Dave Sirus (6:54:20) Covid-19 Town Hall (7:26:15) Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling (8:06:23)
With Trump threatening to postpone the elections we talk with Investigative Journalist Greg Palast who says in his new book, "How Trump Stole 2020" that 22% of all mail-in votes never get counted; From "Literary Hangover, " "The Majority Report," and "The Michael Brooks Show," Matt Lech; Emmy and Peabody Award Winning Jim Earl; Animal Behaviorist Dr. Jennifer Verdolin, author of "Raised By Animals;" American Hero Burt Ross; LGBTQ Activist Zack Ford; Professor Ben Burgis, author of "Myth & Mayhem: A Leftist Critique of Jordan Peterson;" David and Emilio Fox answer listener questions; Psychiatrist Dr. Philip Herschenfeld, professor of psychoanalysis, and his son, Actor/Comic/Singer/Harvard Apologist Ethan; From Americans United for Separation of Church and State, The Rev. Barry W. Lynn; Ask Henry Hakamaki;  Citizen David Bacon; Union Organizing Town Hall With the Industrial Workers of The World. Music: No Evil Blues and Hard Time In The City written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel. Ain't No Cane On The Brazos performed by The Covid Players who are Lance Jeffries, Tom Webber and Kathlene Ashe Sign the petition urging No Evil Foods to sign a union contract with its workers: https://www.ipetitions.com/petition/nef-union Time Code: No Evil Blues (:12) Journalist Greg Palast (4:26) Hard Time In The City (1:10:20) Matt Lech (1:12:22 ) Ain't No Cane On The Brazos (1:44:22) Jim Earl (1:47:10) Dr. Jennifer Verdolin (2:14:16) Burt Ross (2:37:16) Zack Ford (3:10:03) Professor Ben Burgis (3:43:00) David and Emilio answer listener questions (4:16:10) Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and Ethan (4:36:12) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (5:18:38) Ask Henry Hakamaki (5:57:15) Citizen David Bacon (6:30:04) Union Organizing Town Hall (7:06:25) 
The hardest working pediatrician in comedy, Dr. Jay Sutay passed away last week. We remember one of the greats. Also: Melania Trump (Martha Previte;) Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling; Comic Joe DeVito; Dan Frankenberger helps us remember Dr. Jay Sutay, the hardest working pediatrician in comedy; Founder and President of Yuk Yuk's, Mark Breslin; Comic Aaron Berg, star of "25 Sets" now streaming on Amazon and iTunes; Ray Hair, president of the American Federation of Musicians-- a labor union representing professional instrumental musicians in the United States and Canada; Comic Judy Gold, author of "Yes I Can Say That, When They Come For The Comedians We’re All In Trouble;" Journalist Andrew Miller, from the Industrial Workers of The World; Jazz Historian and Dylanologist, Professor Mike Steinel; Howie Klein, founder and Treasurer of the Blue America PAC; Adam Christensen, 26-year-old progressive Democrat running for North Central Florida’s 3rd congressional district; Dr. Harriet Fraad, host of "Capitalism Hits Home;" Dr. Adnan Husain, professor of Medieval Mediterranean and Islamic World studies at Queen's University Kingston, Ontario; Professor Harvey J. Kaye, author of "Thomas Paine and The Promise of America;" Covid-19 Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Immuno Biologist Henry Hakamaki; Archivist Nicole Penny; David Takes Your Calls Melania Trump written by Jim Earl Music By: Professor Mike Steinel, Jim Mahood, Lance Jeffries, Tom Webber and Kathlene Ashe. Hard Time In The City, Harvey J. Kaye Love Theme and No Evil Blues written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel There's Power In The Union performed by The Covid Players Joe DeVito Love Theme and Aaron Berg Love Theme performed by Jim Mahood Time Code: David Remembers Dr. Jay Sutay (0:03) Dr. Harriet Fraad (6:16) Comic Judy Gold (44:14) Journalist Andrew Miller (1:23:37) Professor Mike Steinel (1:53:30) There Is Power In The Union (2:10:10) Ray Hair (2:12:25) Comic Joe Devito (2:48:14) Dan Frankenberger and Joe Remember Dr. Jay Sutay (3:20:19) Melania Trump (3:33:28) Professor Adnan Husain (3:37:26) Professor Harvey J. Kaye (4:16:27) Howie Klein (5:07:28) Adam Christensen (5:34:04) Nicole Penny (6:06:27) Mark Breslin (6:12:00) Aaron Berg (6:45:44) Covid-19 Town Hall (7:11:17) Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling (8:05:12)
Science Journalist Rachel Gross, whose latest piece for Scientific American is, "The Clitoris, Uncovered: An Intimate History;" Animal Behaviorist, Dr. Jennifer Verdolin author of "Raised by Animals;" The Return of Citizen Bacon;  Emmy and Peabody Award Winning Jim Earl; Union Organizer,  Meagan Sullivan gives us the latest on No Evil Foods; Marjon Parham from the Michigan Liberation Action Fund on a 15-year-old black Michigan girl locked up for not doing her homework; Professor of Constitutional Democracy Jennifer Selin on Trump's sending federal troops into Portland, Chicago and Kansas City; Professor Ben Burgis, author of "Myth & Mayhem: A Leftist Critique of Jordan Peterson," remembers Michael; Emil Guillermo from The PETA Podcast talks about new investigations into slaughterhouse abuse; Dr. Philip Herschenfeld, psychiatrist and professor of psychoanalysis, with his son Actor/Comedian/Singer/Harvard Apologist Ethan; The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans United for Separation of Church and State;  Emilio Fox and David answer listener questions; DSA Activist and Musician Ryan Harvey; American Hero Burt Ross, who took on the Gambino family and went on to create New Jersey's right on red; Ask Henry; Covid Players' new song; David Takes Your Calls Music: Hard Time In The City written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; There's Power In The Union performed by Tom Webber, Lance Jeffries and Kathlene Ashe; One Night Stand written by Kathlene Ashe and performed by The Covid Players Time Code: Union Organizer Meagan Sullivan (8:02) Marjon Parham (20:54) Professor Jennifer Selin (51:20) Science Journalist Rachel Gross (1:20:54) Dr. Jennifer Verdolin (1:49:36) Activist Ryan Harvey (2:28:01)The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (3:17:37) Professor Ben Burgis (3:54:31) Emil Guillermo (4:33:07) Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and Ethan (4:49:08) Citizen Bacon (5:23:10) Jim Earl (5:56: :35) Emilio Fox (6:23:49) Burt Ross (6:59:58) Ask Henry (7:29:42)
We attempt to process the tragic loss of Michael Brooks; Professor Rashid Khalidi, author of "The Hundred Years' War on Palestine: A History of Settler Colonialism and Resistance, 1917–2017;" From the Columbia Journalism Review, Savannah Jacobson, who covers the war on newspapers waged by venture capitalists;  From the DSA, Bernie Delegate and Activist from Texas Priscilla Yeverino; Screenwriter Dave Sirus, whose latest movie is "The King of Staten Island" starring Pete Davidson, Marisa Tomei, and Bill Burr--Directed by Judd Apatow; Professor Corey Brettschneider author of "The Oath And The Office: A Guide To The Constitution for Future Presidents;" Jazz Historian, Professor Mike Steinel;  Ray Hair, 11th International President of the American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada;  Yuk Yuk's Founder and President, Mark Breslin; Emilio Fox and David answer listener questions; Howie Klein, from Down With Tyranny; Cal Colgan, journalist and investigative researcher based in DC and labor organizer with the Industrial Workers of the World; Dr. Harriet Fraad, host of "Capitalism Hits Home;" Professor Adnan Husain, Director, Muslim Societies-Global Perspectives Project Queen's University Kingston, Ontario; Democratic Strategist for The Left, Jeff Blackwood; Covid-19 Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Immuno Biologist Henry Hakamaki; Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling. Music: No More Auction Block performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Ain't No Cane On The Brazos performed by Lance Jeffries, Tom Webber, Kathlene Ashe.  Time Code: Remembering Michael (:02)  Ain't No Cane On The Brazos (20:33)Professor Rashid Khalidi (24:13) Savannah Jacobson (58:54) Priscilla Yeverino (1:23:24) Dave Sirus (1:51:34) Professor Corey Brettschneider (2:22:57) Professor Mike Steinel (3:05:51) No More Auction Block (3:20:59) Ray Hair (3:24:15) Mark Breslin (3:51:32) Emilio Fox (4:21:06) Howie Klein (4:35:30) Cal Colgan (5:07:03) Dr. Harriet Fraad (5:36:46) Professor Adnan Husain (6:10:03) Jeff Blackwood (6:57:11) Covid-19 Town Hall (7:24:47) Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling (8:00:20)
Sex Expert, Dr. Justin J. Lehmiller, from The Kinsey Institute, whose latest study for Politico reveals Democrats have become less sexually active than Republicans; Peabody and Emmy Award Winning Jim Earl; Emilio Fox and David answer your email; PETA Podcast's Emil Guillermo; The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans United for Separation of Church and State; Comedian Aaron Berg, whose latest special "25 Sets" is streaming on Amazon and iTunes; Professor Ben Burgis, whose latest book is "Myth and Mayhem: A Leftist Critique of Jordan Peterson;" Dr. Philip Herschenfeld, psychiatrist and professor of psychoanalysis and his son, Actor/Singer/Comic/Harvard Apologist Ethan; American Hero Burt Ross who took down the Gambino Family and went on to create New Jersey's right turn on red; Mark Thompson from San Francisco's KGO Radio; Ryan Harvey, activist, musician and journalist, host of the new podcast Hope Dies Last, co-founded Firebrand Records with Tom Morello; Bob Rubin, whose latest Netflix special is "Oddities and Rarities;" Comedy Legend, The Amazing Johnathan;  Ask Henry Hakamaki Music: Professor Mike Steinel, Lance Jeffries, Tom Webber, Kathlene Ashe, Jim Mahood Time Code: Dr. Justin J. Lehmiller (:41) Hard Time In The City (35:31) Jim Earl (37:19) There Ain't No Cane On The Brazos (1:13:07) Emilio Fox (1:16:45) Emil Guillermo (1:51:21) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (2:38:32) Aaron Berg (3:11:22) Professor  Ben Burgis (3:39:05) Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and Ethan (4:04:50) Burt Ross (4:30:11) Mark Thompson (5:00:30) Ryan Harvey (5:38:34) Bob Rubin (6:07:08) The Amazing Johnathan (6:27:49) Henry Hakamaki (7:09:07)
Comic Judy Gold, whose new book is "Yes I Can Say That"; Randy Credico on Roger Stone; Investigative Journalist from The Center For Media And Democracy, Alex Kotch reports on hate groups receiving federal bailout money; Screenwriter Dave Sirus, whose latest film is "The King of Staten Island" starring Pete Davidson, Marisa Tomei and Bill Burr, directed by Judd Apatow; Founder and President of Yuk Yuk's, Mark Breslin;  Democratic Political Strategist "Jeff Blackwood" who helps Leftist candidates running in November; Jazz Historian Mike Steinel; David Takes Your Calls; Down With Tyranny's Howie Klein; Democratic Candidate Chris Armitage who is running for Washington's 5th congressional district; Professor Adnan Husain who teaches Medieval Mediterranean and Islamic World History at Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada; Professor Harvey J. Kaye, author of “Thomas Paine and the Promise of America”; Covid-19 Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Immuno Biologist Henry Hakamaki Music: Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around performed by The Covid Players, David Feldman Love Theme by Jay Danzig, Hard Time In The City by Mike Steinel, There's Power in The Union performed by Lance Jeffries, Tom Webber and Kathleen Ashe, Professor Harvey J. Kaye Love Theme by Mike Steinel, There Ain't No Cane On The Brazos performed by Tom Webber, Lance Jeffries and Kathleen Ashe, The Dave Sirus Love Theme performed by Jim Mahood   Time Code: Randy Credico (0:40) Alex Kotch (1:00:56) Dave Sirus (1:31:20)There Ain't No Cane On The Brazos (2:00:34) Mark Breslin (2:04:13) Hard Time In The City (2:36:35) Jeff Blackwood (2:38:27) Mike Steinel (3:03:07) Judy Gold (3:25:49) Howie Klein (4:18:40) Chris Armitage (4:54:01) Professor Adnan Husain (5:21:49) Professor Harvey J. Kaye (6:08:15) The Covid Players (6:52:15) Covid-19 Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Henry Hakamaki (7:05:10)   
David defends the Cancel Culture which, he insists, doesn't really exist; Emil Guillermo, host of the PETA Podcast; Emmy and Peabody Award Winning Comedy Writer and Author Jim Earl; International Worker's Andrew Miller and Union Organizer Megan Sullivan on their efforts to unionize No Evil Foods, a vegan meat manufacturer that purports to be Left Wing; Professor Roger J. Kreuz, Professor of Psychology, University of Memphis and author of "Irony and Sarcasm: A Biography of Two Troubled Words" ; American Hero Burt Ross, who took on the Gambino Family and became a sex symbol in the Teaneck/Fort Lee/Englewood, New Jersey Tri City Area;  Professor Ben Burgis, author of "Myth and Mayhem: A Leftist Critique of Jordan Peterson" ; Ask Henry Hakamaki Psychiatrist and Professor of Psychoanalysis Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and his Son Actor/Comic/Singer/Harvard Apologist Ethan; Investigative Journalist Kelly Davis, Senior Editor of The Appeal which produces news and commentary on how policy, politics, and the legal system affect America’s most vulnerable people; The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans United For Separation of Church And State; Comedian Bob Rubin, whose new special "Oddities And Rarities" is streaming on Netflix; Comedy Writer J. Elvis Weinstein, director of "Michael Des Barres: Who Do You Want Me to Be?" ; David Takes Your Calls with Dan Frankenberger in the newsroom. Music by: The Covid Players, Professor Mike Steinel and Jim Mahood Time Code: David Defends Cancel Culture (6:13) PETA's Emil Guillermo (15:36)  Union Organizers Andrew Miller and Megan Sullivan (48:38)  Professor Roger J. Kreuz (1:15:20) Emmy and Peabody Award Winning Jim Earl (1:43:22) American Hero Burt Ross (2:04:34)  Ask Henry Hakamaki (3:10:00) Professor Ben Burgis (3:44:27) Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and Ethan (3:56:30) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (4:43:15 )Investigative Journalist Kelly Davis (5:16:40) Comedian Bob Rubin (5:50:25) Comedy Writer J. Elvis Weinstein (6:15:48) David Takes Your Calls (6:34:42) 
First Lady Melania Trump (Martha Previte); Hector Oseguera, Democratic candidate for New Jersey’s 8th Congressional District; Dr. Fergie Reid, from 90 For 90; Comic Aaron Berg star of "25 Sets" streaming on iTunes and Amazon; Founder and President of Yuk Yuk's, Mark Breslin; Jazz Historian Professor Mike Steinel; Screenwriter Dave Sirus whose new movie is “The King of Staten Island” ; Michael Brooks, host of The Michael Brooks Show and co-host of The Majority Report with Sam Seder whose new book is "Against the Web: A Cosmopolitan Answer to the New Right"; Howie Klein, founder and treasurer of the Blue America PAC; Psychotherapist Dr. Harriet Fraad, host of “Capitalism Hits Home” and “It’s Not Just In Your Head” ; Professor Harvey J. Kaye, author of “Thomas Paine and the Promise of America”; Professor Adnan Husain who teaches Medieval Mediterranean and Islamic World History at Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada; Covid-19 Town Hall with The Irritable Immunologist and Immuno Biologist Henry Hakamaki; Emilio Fox and David answer listener questions; Dan Frankenberger in the newsroom Music By: Professor Mike Steinel: Hard Times In The City, Harvey J. Kaye Love Theme and Feldman's Subterranian Blues Covid Players Featuring Lance Jeffries, Tom Webber, Kathlene Ashe: There's Power In The Union and Ain't No Cane On The Brazos Tim Mahood: Dear Theo Jay Danzig: David Feldman Love Theme   Time Code: Melania Trump (0:00) Hector Oseguera (18:27) Dr. Fergie Reid (46:30) Aaron Berg (1:13:03) Mark Breslin (1:38:50) Professor Mike Steinel (2:07:28) Dave Sirus (2:33:35) Michael Brooks (3:03:56) Howie Klein (4:06:32) Dr. Harriet Fraad (4:50:15) Professor Harvey J. Kaye (4:52:13) Professor Adnan Husain (6:31:29) The Irritable Immunologist and Henry Hakamaki (7:03:04) Emilio Fox and David Answer Listener Questions (7:46:12)
Comic Eddie Pepitone, whose new special "For The Masses" is streaming on iTunes and Amazon; Emmy and Peabody Award Winning Jim Earl; Russ Cirincione, Democratic candidate for New Jersey's 6th congressional district; Professor Jay L. Zagorsky, whose latest piece in The Conversation is, "Why Are So Many People Lighting Off Fireworks?" ;  Burt Ross, American hero who took on the mob, created the right turn on red (Seriously) and became a sex symbol in Englewood, parts of Tenafly and a tiny sliver of Teaneck, New Jersey;  Dr. Michael Pappas, MD, Socialist, Activist, Editor Left Voice and Street Medic recently arrested by the NYPD; Professor Ben Burgis, author of "Myth and Mayhem: A Leftist Critique of Jordan Peterson"; Activist Zack Ford; Dr. Philip Herschenfeld, professor of psychoanalysis and his son Actor/Comic/Singer/Harvard Apologist Ethan; The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans United for Separation of Church and State. Music By: Professor Mike Steinel, Lance Jeffries, Jim Mahood, Tom Webber, JS, and Kathleen Ashe. Time Code: Jim Earl (10:25) Russ Cirincione (26:00) Jay L. Zagorsky (52:52) Eddie Pepitone (1:24:31) Burt Ross (2:14:19) Dr. Michael Pappas(2:49:30) Professor Ben Burgis (3:20:20) Zack Ford (3:53:20) Dr. Philip Herschenfeld and Ethan (4:22:29) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (4:56:40)
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Created by
David Feldman
Podcast Status
Active
Started
May 9th, 2016
Latest Episode
Sep 22nd, 2020
Release Period
Daily
Seasons
3
Episodes
462
Avg. Episode Length
About 3 hours
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Episodic

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