Economic Update: Establishment Media & Russia with Aaron Maté

[S13 E10] New

In this week’s show, Prof. Wolff  presents updates on dying empires and climate crisis; mass shootings; fast-food mega-corps fund referendum to slow California plan to raise fast food workers wages and working conditions, and why the debt ceiling debate in Congress is a phony GOP-Dem political theater. In the second half of the show, Wolff interviews Aaron Maté, independent US media critic with special expertise on Russia...READ MORE


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  • Pasqual DiGesu
    commented 2023-03-29 12:34:44 -0400
    Having lived and experienced life on both sides of the Atlantic, for those of us who have, the differences are clear. The studies done and recorded in the last 3 decades is telling in regards to the measured general increase in psychosis in our society as a whole. This includes but is not restricted to what type of family culture or childhood one experiences or comes from. From difficulties in economic survival to the industry of family separation, we have now become a desperate people (Title 4D of the social security laws established in our generation provides each state a 1 dollar subsidy for every dollar collected in child support by the federal government). The push to generate this subsidy to state coffers and motives used to justify them are as incredible as they are insane. Under many government regulatory oversights of subordinate industries, this would be normally deemed a serious conflict of interest affecting their future business. These increases in social instability coincidently mirror the changing laws, and who controls these and the ever shifting pool of legislation? J. Guzziferno explains this in greater depth.