Why are working people fighting each other instead of working together against the billionaire class ruling the country?
Prof. Wolff joins Thom Hartmann to expose how racism is intrinsic to capitalism and the goal of capitalist. dividing the working class and putting them against each other. How can we stop the rich from dividing the working class?
Prof. Wolff discusses how employment cooperatives may improve the economy with Jesse Ventura.
Prof. Wolff calls the current system of grading students "capitalist." Sure it sounds popular, but is doing away with grades really a solution to what some call an education crisis? Prof. Wolff talks with FOX News' Lauren Simonetti to answer these questions.
This interview appears courtesy of Lauren Simonetti and FOX News Radio
As the US slides closer to a recession sparked at least in part by Trump’s trade war with China, the question arises, is Trump failing capitalism, or is capitalism failing us? Prof. Wolff talks with Sonali Kolhatkar.
This interview appears courtesy of Rising Up With Sonali
Is there a new recession coming? We are already overdue for one of these downturns, according to Prof. Wolff. Trump has launched a trade war, which is bad for both economies with everyone losing thousands of dollars a year due to that. The upswing has been going on too long, so how deep will the next recession be?
Prof. Wolff returns to PRIMO NUTMEG to discuss how real socialism can be achieved through worker cooperatives. During this extended interview Primo covers the alternative definitions of "capitalism" and "socialism," as well as how workplace democracy differs from Bernie Sanders' democratic socialism. Also discussed is monetary theory, crypotcurrencies like Bitcoin, the 2020 election, the NeoMcCarthyism of RussiaGate, Noam Chomsky, and the story behind Prof. Wolff's feud with Jordan Peterson.
This Economic System Can't Be Fixed: Millions to Lose Jobs in Recession. Prof. Wolff joins Brian Becker and John Kiriakou on Loud and Clear.
Fears are spreading around the world as a key recession indicator goes off in the United States and evidence of economic slowdown surfaces in other major global economies. The last economic crisis was an unusually long 11 years ago, raising fears that another major downturn is right around the corner.
This discussion appears courtesy of Radio Sputnik: Loud and Clear
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As technology progresses and automation expands, what will be the fate of labor and manufacturing workers across the globe? Prof. Wolff joins Boom Bust to analyze automation and answers who will see the boon from bots in the workforce. See clip here:Read more
This interview originally aired on Radio Sputnik Loud and Clear
Prof. Wolff joins Loud and Clear. Big tech firms were under fire at a high profile Congressional hearing conducted by the House Judiciary Committee on July 16, raising the spectre of serious anti-trust action against Amazon and other tech giants. Meanwhile, negotiations between the major U.S. automakers and the United Auto Workers Union are breaking down because the companies want concessions in case there is a recession. So are we headed into a recession?
Prof. Wolff joined Thom Hartmann to discuss whether or not Donald Trump is forcing the federal reserve to keep interest rates low, to ensure he is re-elected in 2020. The Government in a capitalist system is the lender and spender of last resort. When things are going well, business will tell you how wonderful things are. In hard times, they will run to government finance. The government will support the bad times, but do they have too much power when a leader has his or her hands close to the till? The Federal Reserve is supposed to be independent, but governments always want to meddle. See clip here:Read more
This interview originally aired on Radio Sputnik By Any Means Necessary
Prof. Wolff talks US Congress banning citizens of purchasing Russian sovereign debt and the shifting nature of the Chinese economy.
Prof. Wolff, and Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital join Boom Bust to delve into the Federal Reserve's fluctuations and what this may mean for the global economy going forward. See clip here:Read more
Prof. Wolff joins Rick Sanchez to share his insights on Deutsche Bank plans to lay off 18,000 employees over the next three years, along with other changes to its business model. He argues that Deutsche Bank’s announcement of the layoffs three years in advance may have been a mistake. See clip here:
Prof. Wolff sat down with Lee Camp to discuss the current state of the U.S. economy. Investigative journalist Aaron Mate is the guest on the second half of the show. Mate has been one of the most prominent journalists debunking the Russiagate narrative.
Prof. Wolff says T-Mobile and Sprint Merger Endangers Free Media. He discusses the $26 billion merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, which the FCC announced is “in the public interest.” The merger could create an even bigger media and telecommunication monopoly that will crush medium and small enterprises.