Regardless of the facts, some at MSNBC continue to peddle White House talking points surrounding the terrorist attack in Benghazi. Appearing on Morning Joe on May 9, Richard Wolffe, the executive editor of MSNBC.com, gleefully used Democratic...Show More Summary
By Richard D. Wolff, who is Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst where he taught economics from 1973 to 2008. He is currently a Visiting Professor in the Graduate Program in International Affairs of the New School University, New York City. Show More Summary
On Wednesday's The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, MSNBC analyst Richard Wolffe -- formerly of Newsweek -- claimed that President Bush "ignored all the warnings about al-Qaeda wanting to attack the homeland" before 9/11 as he mocked Republicans for praising Bush's record of... -
Richard Wolff’s latest book, Democracy at Work: A Cure for Capitalism, makes provocative observations about our economic woes and proposes thoughtful solutions. His writing is concise and clear so even if you do not agree with his perspective...Show More Summary
Hi. We have Richard Wolff here this afternoon for Book Salon, talking about Capitalism, 5pm ET. Movie Night Monday is “Lotus Eaters”, 8pm ET. Joan McCarter and Jay Ackroyd will be Virtually Speaking this evening, 9pm ET. For your talking head consideration: Partisanship And Diversity On The Sunday Shows In 9 Charts. I regret I [...]
Fox News host Bill O'Reilly has a long and documented history of pushing economic misinformation on his program, reinforced recently by economist Richard Wolff who said O'Reilly's claims about the economy are false. On the March 25 edition...Show More Summary
From this Monday's Democracy Now, economist Richard Wolff is asked about Bill O'Reilly's remarks last week where he told his audience on Fox that Cyprus and other European countries are facing economic hardships because they’re so-called...Show More Summary
Democracy Now As Washington lawmakers pushes new austerity measures, economist Richard Wolff calls for a radical restructuring of the U.S. economic and financial systems. We talk about the $85 billion budget cuts as part of the sequester,...Show More Summary
Democracy Now The eyes of the financial world are on the small Mediterranean island of Cyprus today. The government of Cyprus has brokered a last-ditch $13 billion bailout deal with European officials to stave off the collapse of its banking sector. Show More Summary
Join Economics Professor Richard Wolff, University of Massachusetts, for a screening of his film, "Capitalism Hits the Fan," and a Q&A session. Professor Wolff breaks down the root causes of today's economic crisis and traces its source to the 1970s, when wages began to stagnate and American workers were forced into a spiral of borrowing and debt. Show More Summary
Tonight's guests: Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut Former Congressman Patrick Murphy And here's the preview from executive producer Bill Wolff, who is not responsible for the tardiness of this post today. It's all my fault....
Economist Dr. Richard Wolff warns of the encroaching economic tipping point, past which American's will not be pushed and answers questions on the potential results of civil unrest. He also breaks down the latest in economic propaganda,...Show More Summary
I watched Dr. Wolff (Professor emeritus, UMass) on this past week episode with Bill Moyers. At the end of this show, Mr. Moyers invited the viewers to submit questions to Dr. Wolf who has agreed to return in a couple of weeks to answer them. Here is he with an interview by Julianna Forlano of Absurdity Today report. Show More Summary
Here's some stuff we aren't hearing on Meet the Press: Correcting the spin of "Fix The Debt" shills, economist, professor, and author of "Capitalism Hits The Fan: The Global Economic Meltdown and What to Do About It", Dr. Richard Wolff,...Show More Summary
The fact of this talk is telling in and of itself: that a mainstream commentator would devote an entire segment to the idea that capitalism isn't working. While that idea may seem obvious to many NC readers, it was supposed to remain relegated to the sphere of deviance (see Daniel Hallin's spheres of discourse for more detail).
Economist Richard Wolff tells Bill Moyers the argument that a higher minimum wage kills jobs makes no sense.
On Thursday, MSNBC.com executive editor Richard Wolffe speculated about the future of the Republican Party’s electoral fortunes given that so many of its elected members continue to oppose comprehensive immigration reform. He said that...Show More Summary
The suits at NBC will be proud to learn that MSNBC.com VP and Executive Director Richard Wolffe never leaves his work far behind. He was spotted, not on the slopes, but typing away on his laptop at the Whitetail Ski Resort Starbucks in the mountains of Pennsylvania. Show More Summary
Tonight's guests include: Sen. Richard Blumenthal, (D) Connecticut Dr. C. Welton Gaddy, President of the Interfaith Alliance Here's executive producer Bill Wolff with a preview of tonight's show: