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The Big Picture

  • What would Jesse do?
    What would Jesse do? Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura gives his take on how the US is handling the coronavirus pandemic alongside fiery police protests, as well as what to expect in November from an electorate accustomed to second-guessing...
    Aug 1, 2020 06:50
  • The Big Picture
    The Big Picture with Holland Cooke tackles the latest in political news, debates, commentary and more. The program airs live every Friday at 1:30 PM ET, with re-runs at 7 PM and 10:30 PM EM on Friday and Mondays at 01:30 PM ET.
  • What would Jesse do?
    What would Jesse do?
    What would Jesse do? Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura gives his take on how the US is handling the coronavirus pandemic alongside fiery police protests, as well as what to expect in November from an electorate accustomed to second-guessing...
    Aug 1, 2020 06:50
  • Weighing Covid odds: 1 in 100?
    Weighing Covid odds: 1 in 100?
    After being sidelined for several weeks, Heidi Harris joins the show after emerging triumphant from a bout of Covid-19. With case counts spiking across the country amid an already-decimated economy, the question remains: CAN we afford to keep states...
    Jul 25, 2020 08:17
  • UNDERREPORTED: China 5G, Iran oil deal, Hong Kong turbulence
    UNDERREPORTED: China 5G, Iran oil deal, Hong Kong turbulence
    The media spotlight has been fixated on coronavirus headlines and racial injustices, but what’s been going on abroad? John Sitilides of Trilogy Advisors brings us up to speed on oil deals in Iran, the looming threat of China’s 5G...
    Jul 18, 2020 08:39
  • Sickened retail spells boon for Bezos
    Sickened retail spells boon for Bezos
    While scores of businesses across the country continue to shutter due to the pandemic, Professor of Economics Richard Wolff explains how Amazon’s Jeff Bezos has multiplied his riches during the retail blackout. With Covid-19 completely...
    Jul 4, 2020 07:36
  • Viva Las Virus: Rolling the dice on re-opening
    Viva Las Virus: Rolling the dice on re-opening
    Just a few weeks ago, Las Vegas residents witnessed a scene they’d never imagined seeing in their lifetimes: an empty Vegas Strip. John Shaffer discusses how the pandemic has re-shaped Sin City, and how critical it is that Vegas gets its...
    Jun 27, 2020 08:16
  • Covid-19 resurgence vs. economic extinction
    Covid-19 resurgence vs. economic extinction
    While we keep hearing reports of Covid-19 cases soaring in coastal US cities, radio station owner and broadcaster Paul Gleiser points out that a prolonged nationwide lockdown puts an unfair burden on America’s heartland. Residents of bustling...
    Jun 20, 2020 06:19
  • Airline industry nosedives, retail re-strategizes
    Airline industry nosedives, retail re-strategizes
    The coronavirus has sent the aviation industry into a nosedive, as continued case surges keep usual summer travelers trapped in home quarantine. Health guidelines in our ‘new normal’ have warped the way we do commerce. How have companies...
    Jun 13, 2020 06:30
  • USA space program re-ignites, economy still sputters
    USA space program re-ignites, economy still sputters
    For the first time in history, NASA has partnered with private enterprise in its recent manned launch of SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft, delivering two brave Americans to the cosmos. Author and space journalist John Bisney discusses how the US is...
    Jun 6, 2020 06:40
  • Office small talk: Thing of the past?
    Office small talk: Thing of the past?
    Small talk at the office water cooler has become a thing of the past, as businesses nationwide are subjected to a paradigm shift due to prolonged pandemic lockdowns. Workers and students, take note: OperationsInc CEO David Lewis weighs in on how the...
    May 30, 2020 06:49
  • Covid corrupts supply chain
    Covid corrupts supply chain
    Coronavirus frenzy has shaken business supply chains to their core, throwing a wrench in the usual farm-to-table pipeline on which ALL of us depend. Host of the American Family Farmer, Doug Stephan, explains the plight of agricultural workers and...
    May 23, 2020 11:07