Former Cleveland mayor, congressman, and presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich put the blame where it belongs: on Democrats. Rep. Kucinich told Alan that right now the entire economy has to be redesigned and that if people truly want change in government it’s going to have to happen on the state level. They also talked about why [...]
• I’ll have a post-Election Day analysis with radio host Les Kinsolving and two-time presidential candidate, Dennis Kucinich.
Tonight's episode of The Independents (Fox Business Network, 9 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. PT, with re-airs three hours later) spends a decent chunk of time alking about President Barack Obama's weird speech at the United Nations today. Unpacking...Show More Summary
This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: Scotland shows the world how it’s done, Dennis Kucinich and Robert Scheer discuss arming Syrian rebels, and Cyd Zeigler debates violence in the NFL.
Former Congressman and two-time presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich appeared on radio with me Monday night to explain why our involvement against ISIS is a terrible idea. We continue to be lied to by a government whose real goal is to partition Iraq and grab oil, and ISIS is just an excus. He states, “The war in [...]
• Two-time Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich gives his take on the crisis in the Middle East.
Things in the Black Rock Desert are really gonna heat up this week
This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: Patrick Cockburn on James Foley’s murder and the rise of the Islamic State, Dennis Kucinich on the militarization of police, and Joshua Rofe on the 2,500 teen lifers in prison.
Former Congressman – and Cleveland mayor – Dennis Kucinich wrote a must-read post yesterday: The Boston Massacre of March 5, 1770, was a catalyst toward the American Revolution. Five civilians were killed by the British soldiers. The...Show More Summary
This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: The former congressman says, “You can’t just stay silent when you see a massacre of people going on.” Also: Washington, D.C. will decide whether to legalize marijuana.
This week, former United States Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) reached out to me regarding a Dear Colleague letter that he wanted to circulate to his former colleagues in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. Kucinich,...Show More Summary
As a liberal who considers himself somewhere to the left of Dennis Kucinich at a hemp rally, I react to each instance of a mass shooting in this country in a predictable fashion: Smelt down all the guns and recycle them into bicycles. Show More Summary
This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: Dennis Kucinich holds politicians accountable. Also: the fight to get refugee children legal representation, why legal weed is good for America, and Detroit anthologized.
Last Friday I attended an ad hoc colloquium with Dennis Kucinich, Elizabeth Kucinich, and John Robbins organized by Independent Congressional Candidate Marianne Williamson. Congressman Kucinich has been fighting for many years to get...Show More Summary
Syrian president Bashar Assad told Fox News' Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent Greg Palkot and former Democratic congressman Dennis Kucinich tonight that the United States could take possession of his state’s chemical weapons in order...Show More Summary
Yesterday, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad sat down with Fox News correspondent Greg Palkot and, oddly enough, former Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio), to claim that Syria did not use chemical weapons in an Aug. 21 attack on the Damascus suburb of Ghouta. Show More Summary
Bashar Assad told Dennis Kucinich that it wasn’t the threat of war with the United States that led to his willingness to obey a ban on chemical weapons. “Yeah, there’s a misunderstanding that we agreed with this agreement because of the Americans,” he told US network Fox News. “Actually, if you go back before the […]
Bashar al-Assad continues making the interview rounds and denying that his regime used chemical weapons. In the latest sit-down—conducted by Fox News, with former congressman Dennis Kucinich as one of the interviewers—the Syrian leader said it will take about a year to destroy his chemical stockpile, reports NPR...
Syrian President Bashar Assad sat down for an interview in Damascus on Wednesday with Democratic Congressman Dennis Kucinich and Fox News’ Greg Palkot. When asked by Kucinich whether or not he had chemical weapons, he responded “it’s not a secret anymore” and said his government will follow the agreement reached between the U.S. Show More Summary
Charles Krauthammer, Juan Williams, James Rosen, and Steve Hayes appeared on Fox News to give their immediate reactions to the network's big interview with Bashar al-Assad, conducted by Fox's Greg Palkot and Dennis Kucinich.