Thom Hartmann: How Dangerous is the US Recognition of the Opposition in Venezuela?

Professor Richard Wolff joins Thom Hartmann to discuss Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro's break off of diplomatic relations with Washington, and the US recognition of the opposition leader Juan Guaidó.

Read more

Boom Bust: Major Investor Issues Global Warning

Wolff joins Boom Bust to discuss the warning letter written by billionaire investor Seth Klarman prior to Davos.

Read more

Boom Bust: Wages Amidst the Gov't Shutdown

Wolff joins Boom Bust to discuss the compounded effects of the partial government shutdown.

Read more

Thom Hartmann: Shutdown Expands Rank of Underwater Nation

Professor Richard Wolff joins Thom Hartmann to discuss the rank of the nation during the partial government shutdown.

Read more

Economic Update: Ecosocialism

[S9 E2]

On this week’s episode of Economic Update, Professor Wolff delivers updates on the New York City council’s vote on a minimum wage for ride-hailing drivers (Uber, Lyft, etc.), 85% of the goods made for the Trump store are made abroad, charter school teachers...READ MORE


News.Views.Hughes.: US-China Trade Talks

Wolff joins News.Views.Hughes. to discuss trade talks between China and the US.

Read more

Thom Hartmann: How NYC's Medicare For All Could Save Tax Payers

Professor Richard Wolff joins Thom Hartmann to show how NYC's Medicare For All could save taxpyers money as well as their lives.

Read more

Boom Bust: Expanding Personal Debt

Richard D. Wolff joins Boom Bust to talk about expanding personal debt.

Read more

The Zero Hour: What's coming in 2019?

Prof. Wolff joins The Zero Hour with RJ Eskow to discuss what we can expect in 2019.

Read more

Does the Jobs Report Mean The Economy is Fine or Is Another Recession Coming?

Job growth ended 2018 on a powerful note, with the economy adding 312,000 new non-farm jobs in December. Unemployment rose to 3.9 percent as more people entered the job market and the labor force participation rate increased to 63.1 percent. A broader measure of unemployment that includes discouraged workers and those holding part-time jobs for economic reasons held steady at 7.6 percent. 
Read more


connect