On Thursday’s show, Ed is joined by Dr. James Peterson, Director of Africana Studies at LeHigh University, joins the show to discuss Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump trying to win over African American voters.
On Wednesday’s show, Ed is joined by Former Communications Workers of America President Larry Cohen to discuss President Obama’s upcoming blitz in support of the Trans Pacific Partnership, and Bernie Sanders’ launch of his “Our Revolution” organization.
Hillary Clinton on Thursday slammed Donald Trump for “offering a dog whistle” to draw racist, anti-immigrant, alt-right fringe support to his campaign. (more…)
Donald Trump recently called Hillary Clinton a “bigot,” and the Democratic presidential nominee fired back saying that Trump does not understand or respect the black community. To discuss, satellite radio talk show host Joe Madison and former Missouri GOP chairman Ed Martin join “News with Ed.” Madison says that Trump’s rhetoric acts as a “bullhorn” to racists in America; Martin claims Clinton’s “corruption problem” won’t inspire the black community in America.
Donald Trump has a 10-point plan for revamping the Department of Veterans Affairs. Hillary Clinton has a good record in the Senate on voting for issues which help American veterans. To discuss which candidate will do more for vets, satellite radio talk show host Joe Madison and former Missouri GOP chairman Ed Martin join “News with Ed.”
A cry for help ended in tragedy in Long Island, New York when a veteran who was turned away from a VA hospital took his own life outside the facility. On average, 22 vets commit suicide every day in the United States. RT America’s Manila Chan has the report for “News with Ed.”
One year ago, the Dow Jones Index dropped 1,000 points during the trading day, only to recover about half the losses before the market close. Are the markets better protected from large volatility swings? A former commissioner of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Bart Chilton, joins “News with Ed” and says if Donald Trump is elected he would repeal key regulations that keep risky bets from being made on Wall Street.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush took Donald Trump to task Thursday after said he would be open to a shift in his immigration policy, some of which Bush himself suggested during the Republican presidential primary. (more…)