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The Alyona Show

  • U.S. Congressman Dennis Kucinich (J.D. Pooley/Getty Images/AFP)
    ­Tonight we have a great show for you. Congressman Dennis Kucinich will be joining us to talk about everything from Auditing the Fed, taxes, and jobs to Afghanistan and Iraq. Where are the priorities of our Democratic leadership? And what trail are...
  • The Alyona Show
    Based out of RT's Washington DC Bureau, The Alyona Show is what you wish you could see on mainstream television. Alyona Minkovski offers a fresh perspective on US and world politics by covering bold and daring stories no one else dares to touch. It's an hour you'll never forget.
  • U.S. Congressman Dennis Kucinich (J.D. Pooley/Getty Images/AFP)
    Kucinich: Dem leaders just limousine liberals?
    ­Tonight we have a great show for you. Congressman Dennis Kucinich will be joining us to talk about everything from Auditing the Fed, taxes, and jobs to Afghanistan and Iraq. Where are the priorities of our Democratic leadership? And what trail are...
  • A handout picture released by the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) on July 25, 2012, shows forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad fighting in the al-Qadam district of Damascus. (AFP Photo/HO/SANA)
    Wilkerson: "Most mediocre group of legislators"
    ­Tonight we'll speak to Lawrence Wilkerson on a number of foreign policy issues. From Syria to our nuclear arsenal to anti-leak measures put forward by the Senate Intelligence Committee. Then, Ana Kasparian from the Young Turks joins us in studio...
  • A protester kicks a passing police car during a demonstration to show outrage for the shooting death of Manuel Angel Diaz, 25, at Anaheim City Hall  (AFP Photo / Jonathan Gibby)
    Tim Pool at Anaheim protests
    ­Tonight we'll speak to Tim Pool, who was in Anaheim last night, live-streaming video from the scene of the protest. Police were once again firing rubber bullets and pepper spray, even at members of the media. Then, we'll host a panel discussion...
  • White House hopeful Mitt Romney speaks at a small-business roundtable discussion at Endural, a manufacturer of plastic containers.
(AFP Photo / Frederic J. Brown )
    Romney's foreign policy stuck in Cold War
    ­Tonight we'll take a look at Mitt Romney's Foreign policy, if he even really has one that is, outside of saying that Obama's is all wrong. Michael Hastings will join us. Then, Senator Dianne Feinstein is still leading the charge when it comes to...
  • Image from twitter.com @MikePrysner
    Police involved shootings spur distrust in CA
    ­Tonight we'll talk about events in Anaheim over the weekend, where a police-involved shooting led to protests and police firing rubber bullets into a crowd of women and children. We'll speak to a reporter from the area and Davey D about police...
  • People pray for victims during a vigil at the Century 16 movie theatre where a gunmen attacked movie goers during an early morning screening of the new Batman movie, "The Dark Knight Rises" on July 20, 2012 in Aurora, outside of Denver, Colorado. According to reports, 12 people were killed and 59 wounded when James Holmes allegedly opened fire inside the theater. (Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images/AFP)
    Aurora Theater Shooting
    ­Tonight we'll speak to RT Web Producer Andrew Blake about a number of Wikileaks related stories, ranging from the notes he put online last weekend about his grand jury interrogation to the latest in Bradley Manning's pre-trial hearings. Then, it's...
  • AFP Photo / Don Emmert
    Congress Hides Their Taxes Too
    ­Tonight we'll take another look at Syria, as fears are stoked about chemical weapons and Russia and China block a UN vote that would have authorized the use of force. Then, a number of economic stories that we want to touch upon, including soaring...
  • An image grab taken from a video uploaded on YouTube on July 18, 2012 shows smoke billowing from burning tyres and trash containers in the Al-Hajar al-Aswad district of the Syrian capital Damascus. More than 200 people, mostly civilians, were killed on July 18 in violence across Syria, including 38 in Damascus where armed rebels are pressing an all-out offensive, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. (AFP Photo/YouTube)
    Transparency Only Applies to Romney's Taxes?
    ­Tonight we'll speak to a representative from the ACLU, which just filed a lawsuit against the government for the targeted killings of three US citizens abroad. Then, a suicide bomber has killed high level Syrian officials…but is the west...
  • An Iranian Saeqeh missile is launched during war games (AFP Photo/Fars News/Mehdi Marizad)
    Monday hangover: Fiscal cliff "hyperbolic metaphor"
    ­Tonight we'll have two great panels for you. First, we'll talk about the economy on our Monday Hangover, from outsourcing and free trade agreements to the looming fiscal cliff and Tim Geithner's role in LIBOR. Christian Dorsey and James Poulos...
  • Should Mitt Romney be allowed to vote?
    ­Tonight, we'll talk about the fact that JP Morgan is a little worse off than we thought. Then we wade deeper into the latest attempts to resurrect ACTA – the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. We also speak with one of the organizers with...