Historian Peter Kuznick and Paul Jay discuss the significance of the generals' statements and what can be learned from FDR during the 1930's - on theAnalysis.news podcast.
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Paul Jay is a journalist and filmmaker. He’s the founder and publisher of theAnalysis.news and President of Counterspin Films. A past chair of the Documentary Organization of Canada, Jay is the founding chair of the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival. He chaired the Hot Docs! board for its first five years. Jay was the co-creator and co-executive producer of Face Off and counterSpin, nightly prime time debate programs that ran for ten years on CBC Newsworld. Jay was founder and former CEO of The Real News Network.
The massive movement of young workers and students in the streets not only demands an end to corruption but for the end of the regime itself, with a new constitution and governing structure. Sabah Alnasseri joins Paul Jay on theAnalysis.news podcast.
Does the "Black Lives Matter" framing of the protests undermine the potential for much broader alliances? It’s not just black people who are being over-policed, it’s all working-class people and in particular, the most dispossessed. Cedric Johnson joins Paul Jay on theAnalysis.news podcast.
People in the streets and at home are talking about the intersection of race, class, and gender in a more substantive way and how the Democratic Party tries to hijack movements. Adrienne Dixson on theAnalysis.news podcast with Paul Jay
In the streets and at the ballot box, we must fight for: No return to work until it's safe and with full economic support; community control of the police; and publicly-owned banking and enterprises that create jobs and put the public interest first. - Paul Jay on the Law and Disorder Radio Show
Finance is being propped up with public money while states and cities face disaster. BIll Black joins Paul Jay on theAnalysis.news podcast
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We know the names of many black men killed by police, but we should also know of Rodney Todd and his seven children, dead because he couldn't afford an electric bill.
American police culture was built up to see black people as always on the verge of rebelling, and to treat them as criminal suspects in waiting. Gerald Horne on theAnalysis.news podcast with Paul Jay
Trump and the neocons who run his foreign policy, want to use the pandemic to further their plan of ruining and weakening Iran; they hope to make Iran as dysfunctional, violent and chaotic as post war Iraq - Trita Parsi joins Paul Jay on theAnalysis.news podcast
The Federal Reserve is directly buying stocks, bonds, junk bonds, mortgages, junk mortgages, all to prop up the value of assets owned by the top 5%. This does not spur much new production or create jobs. Michael Hudson joins Paul Jay on theAnalysis.news podcast
Cuba's interferon treatment shows promise in Cuba and China but is mostly ignored in the U.S. - James Early on theAnalysis.news podcast with Paul Jay
If Biden wins and doesn’t take on the deep structural changes that are needed, he will prepare the waters for the next Trump or worse. Rob Johnson on theAnalysis.news podcast with Paul Jay
Giordano Nanni joins Paul Jay on theAnalysis podcast to discuss his biting satire and the state of the world. This one is worth watching rather than just listening as we've cut several clips from Juice Media into the video.
The Australien Government has made an ad about Preferential Voting and it’s surprisingly honest and informative (and funny).
Jürgen Kaiser, debt expert, reminds us of the agreement that helped Germany after WWII to avert a debt trap and calls for a bankruptcy code for sovereign nations on the back of the COVID-19 crisis.
Trump inspires the most reactionary, racist, Islamophobic, xenophobic sectors of U.S. Population; Biden represents a more pragmatic imperialism and a socially liberal approach on domestic issues, says Phyllis Bennis on theAnalysis.news podcast with Paul Jay. (photo by T.C.Hall Media)
The Federal Reserve's finger in the dike won’t contain the economic storm; we need to think through the steps of achieving democratic central planning and public ownership. Leo Panitch on theAnalysis.news podcast with Paul Jay.
Democrats and Republicans fostered an environment with little accountability for finance and big corporations, says Tom Ferguson on theAnalysis.news podcast with Paul Jay
The collapse of oil prices is an opportunity for a public takeover of the fossil fuel industry and replace it with sustainable energy. As the depression deepens, it is also the time for large publicly owned banks to weaken the economic and political power of finance. Economist Robert Pollin joins...
AcTVism based in Munich Germany interviews Paul Jay about the Sanders endorsement of Joe Biden
Should progressives get involved in voting for Biden to defeat Trump? Vijay Prashad and Paul Jay debate what progressives should do in the Covid-19 moment and the leadup to the U.S. November elections. On theAnalysis.news podcast with Paul Jay (photo by Neal McQueen)
According to Prof Jayati Ghosh, this is the greatest crisis experienced by the capitalist system; she lays out the direction of policy responses commensurate to what is needed.
Larry Wilkerson says Americans must defeat Trump, but he fears the Democratic Party's militarists influence on Biden's foreign policy - On theAnalysis.news podcast with Paul Jay
Every revolution seemed impossible until a break in the fabric of the status quo made them possible. Are we heading towards such a moment? Essay by Paul Jay
Human life itself depends on defeating Trump and building a powerful popular movement says Noam Chomsky on theAnalysis.news Podcast
On Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay: In the last interview before his death in September 2019, Ambassador Joe Wilson says that a neocon conspiracy will use a compliant Trump in a march towards war - Watch out for a "war-time" President in 2020. Wilson's wife Valerie Plame was outed as a CIA...
On Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay: Amb. Joe Wilson says the militarists that ordered the Iraq war should be prosecuted in The Hague for war crimes and crimes against humanity. In this segment, Wilson tells the story of the lies behind the famous 16 words of Pres. Bush's State of the Union...
On Reality Asserts Itself, with Paul Jay: Amb. Wilson defends the U.S. leadership of the 1990 UN "counter-invasion" after Iraq invaded Kuwait, as a legal and necessary action; he contrasts that with the 2003 Iraq war he says was illegal. Wilson's wife Valerie Plame was outed as a CIA officer by VP...
On Reality Asserts Itself, with Paul Jay: Amb. Joe Wilson says that Trump's targeting of Iran is a continuation of the neo-con's striving to assert U.S. hegemony everywhere. Wilson's wife Valerie Plame was outed as a CIA officer by VP Cheney's office after Wison exposed lies that lead up to the...
On Reality Asserts Itself, with Paul Jay: Amb. Wilson says right-wing evangelicals and other Christian extremists, who welcome the apocalypse, have infiltrated the military at the highest levels. Wilson's wife Valerie Plame was outed as a CIA officer by VP Cheney's office after Wison exposed lies...
On Reality Asserts Itself, with Paul Jay: Amb. Joe Wilson reflects on his coming death and challenges us to face up to the difficult fight ahead. Wilson's wife Valerie Plame was outed as a CIA officer by VP Cheney's office after Wison exposed lies that lead up to the Iraq War. The story was...
Our fate is in the hands of a class that considers risking Armageddon an acceptable part of their business model. Essay by Paul Jay
Pentagon Papers whistle blower Daniel Ellsberg tells Paul Jay of "theAnalysis", that the danger of nuclear war is as present today as during the Cold War. He says seeking profit in spite of the risk of nuclear winter is "institutional madness".
Paul Jay's Lost in Las Vegas (2001), is a film about reality and fantasy, money and morality, and the price one pays to chase a dream. Vegas is the place where the American soul is most naked and extreme. Is Vegas a bizarre distortion of American values, or is it the shape of things to come?
Note: After the film was completed, Martha Hart and the Hart family sued WWF and Vince McMahon. It was settled out of court for approximately $18 million on November 2, 2000.