This week, two activists for Palestine advocacy and education, Amal Wahdan of the Sheikh Hasan Foundation for Culture and Science in Ramallah and Paul Larudee of the International Solidarity Movement, join us to talk about life in occupied Palestine.
Hosts Rosie, Orie and Violet discuss the ways that American influence and funding play a role in Israel and Palestine, and how things will change as the American embassy moves to Jerusalem.
Hosts Orie, Violet and Rosie discuss the impending government shutdown, and who's casting the blame.
Plus, we talk about President Trump's Fake News Awards targeting unfavorable media and what it means for our free press, and the 2nd Women's March's biggest impacts.
This week, hosts Orie, Rosie and Violet talk about President Trump's alleged use of an offensive term to describe places like El Salvador and Haiti during talks on immigration.
Plus, what happens when you're told to seek cover immediately... and find out it's all a false alarm? We discuss Hawaii's flirtation with disaster.
And, Oprah for president? Not so fast. Celebrities running for high office may seem like a good idea, but you'll hear why it could be less than perfect.
Well, it finally happened-- Republicans in Congress signed off on a once-in-a-generation tax reform bill that will change life for almost everyone. Hosts Orie, Rosie, Violet and Rachel discuss what this means for Americans, and we hear what Governor Cuomo and everyday New Yorkers have to say about it.
Plus, our hosts share the biggest news stories from 2017.
On this week's Objection, we're joined by reporter Ashoka Jegroo whose coverage comes from the frontlines of anti-facism protests circles around the country. He explains what the media gets wrong about AntiFa, and what he heard from his colleagues in Charlottesville. Plus, we deal with the fallout of the President's remarks and we explore a campaign to make transit fares fairer for lower income New Yorkers with Jeff Jones.
This episode of Objection takes a look at the response after the white supremacist initiated violence in Charlottesville, plus how the rhetoric between the US and North Korea has kicked up a notch. And, we're joined by RFB host and author of "The Kellyanne Conway Technique" Jarret Berenstein.