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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.

Oct 5, 2021

What do the two parties have in common? What do you hear most when the ruling class wants us to behave and in our reliable place? Unity! Be unified! This is code for being compliant. We get into some examples and ask you to think. Here’s an essay written on the compliance that I predicted we’d be enjoying today. It...

Sep 9, 2021

After the Oakland Unified Schools debacle, in the 90s, many thought Ebonics was extinct. However, as we have seen in the U.S., if something can keep people down, we really can’t quit it. This is a frank discussion on the difference between language and slang.

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Sep 6, 2021

Actress, writer and activist, Jennifer Jajeh, joins us to discuss show biz in the age of Israeli apartheid and how, even in the U.S., free speech isn’t quite free. We get into her one woman show, I Heart Hamas, and her time living in the West Bank during the first Intifada. Jajeh is a Palestinian-American actress,...

Aug 30, 2021

Activist, author, speaker and friend of the show, Miko Peled ( Joins us to discuss the ongoing land grab and slaughter of Palestinians by Israel. The so-called ceasefire made the American media go to sleep, not the IDF. He details the illegal arrests and the bulldozing of Palestinian...

Aug 26, 2021

Two time Texas Senate candidate, and friend of the show, Sema Hernandez joins us to discuss the reality of ballot access and viable alternatives to the one party system. Spoiler alert: I sound like a crazy person. Ms. Hernandez has run for the Texas Democratic nomination for the Senate in 2018 and 2020. In 2018, she...