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A non-establishment show, asking questions the masses find difficult.

Host Abe Abdelhadi is from L.A. and moved to Austin in March of 2015. He’s been a musician, a comedian and put out a novel in 2015, All Together Now. What do all these endeavors have in common? A desire to tell the truth.

Jul 13, 2020

Friend of the show and Associated Press sports reporter, Bernie Wilson joins us to talk about the COVID crisis, the upcoming seasons and players who try to do the right thing. With so many players among the leagues testing positive, we talk about what the next couple of years are going to look like. With C-19...


Jul 6, 2020

Friend of the show, Mike Melia (https://workplaylove.org/) joins us to pick up on our chat about protesting from last year. His observations on the events leading up to the current round of demonstrations are very insightful. He makes the case that there is a real groundswell of sincere change that is finally...


Jun 29, 2020

Why has the George Floyd murder ignited so many protests around the U.S. and the world? Abe talks about how a seemingly non-connected tragedy can set the world on fire. Whether it’s WWI, the first Palestinian Intifada, or the Floyd murder, it’s usually a well-stocked powder keg, kept neutral that blows...


Jun 25, 2020

Friend of the show and host of the Nightly Rant, Mike Mahony, joins us to talk about the current state of the state. He has a unique take as a card carrying member of the Libertarian Party, having run for office, he’s honest, speaks his mind and pisses off some of his own. He talks about policing in other...


Jun 18, 2020

Author, essayist and host of Antiwar Radio on KPFK 90.7, Scott Horton (https://scotthorton.org/) joins us to talk about the latest New York Times screw up in admitting they got Bolivia wrong. He gets into some of the wars and makes the point that the so called left is dead in the age of Trump. We fix elections,...