Dave talks with Michele Dunne, a middle east expert for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, about the iron rule of Egypt’s al-Sisi.
Dave talks with Computerworld.com Senior Editor Patrick Thibodeau about the misuse of H-1B visas.
Dave talks with University of Montana scholar Joe Eaton about the Federal government’s inability to stop Medicare and Medicaid fraud.
Dave talks to Al-Monitor columnist Pinar Tremblay about America’s tenuous alliance with Turkey.
Dave talks with Pulitzer Prize winner Roy Gutman about what he saw while reporting in Northern Iraq and Kurdistan.
Dave talks with Albuquerque Journal reporter Chris Quintana about the University of New Mexico’s struggle to handle sexual assault on its campus.
Dave talks with Brookings Institution Senior Fellow Isabel Sawhill about developing new jobs for the 21st Century.
Dave talks with International Business Times senior editor for investigations David Sirota about the possible merger of insurance giants CIGNA and Anthem.
Dave talks with Hank Hughes of the New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness about new strategies and technology being used to fight chronic homelessness in New Mexico.
Dave talks with Associated Press London Bureau Chief Gregory Katz about the upcoming Brexit vote.
Dave talks with International Business Times reporter Elizabeth Whitman about the potential affect of the Zika virus on the Olympic games in Rio.
If Venezuelans wanted a new national anthem, they might consider blues singer John Lee Hooker’s great tune: BOOM, BOOM, BOOM, BOOM. Certainly all the metaphors being used in news coverage of Venezuela these days refer to explosions. “’We are like a bomb going tick-tock, tick-tock,’ said Zenovia Villegas, a 54-year-old housewife,” quoted in its lead by The Guardian, while Woodrow Wilson Center scholar Michael McCarthy led his Washington Post analysis with, “Venezuela is a powder keg.” What made Senora Villegas…