My guest this week is cartoonist and creativity teacher Lynda Barry.
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My guest this week is Rabbi Bob Alper of the "Laugh in Peace" comedy tour.
My guest this week is Michael Stevens Smith, a lawyer with the Center for Constitutional Rights and co-author of “Who Killed Che? How the CIA Got Away with Murder.”
My guest this week is John Nichols, author of "Uprising: How Wisconsin Renewed the Politics of Protest."
My guest this week is David Batker, the co-author, with John De Graaf, of “What’s the Economy For, Anyway?
My guest this week is the humorist and LGBT activist Kate Clinton.
My guest this week is Deepa Kumar, author of “Islamaphobia and the Politics of Empire.”
My guest this week is John Francis, author of "The Ragged Edge of Silence."
My guest this week is former Congressman Dave Obey of Wisconsin, who talks about Scott Walker and Newt Gingrich.
My guests today are Mary Jo and Paul Buhle, the editors of a new book called "It Started in Wisconsin."
My guest today is financial analyst Nicole Foss.
My guest today is Dr. Jill Stein, who is running for the Green Party presidential nomination.
My guest this week is Ilan Pappé, an Israeli-born historian who is critical of Israeli policies.
My guest this week is David Wilkins, who teaches American Indian Studies at the University of Minnesota.
My guest this week is the investigative reporter Greg Palast, author of "Vultures' Picnic."