Below are all of the episodes I recorded (and produced) for the podcast Historic-ly, as created and hosted by Esha Krishnaswamy. You can follow Historic-ly on Twitter at historic_ly, and at historicly.substack.com.
(Hosted. Released 7/22/2019)
African American historian, multiple Grammy award winning drummer (it’s his playing on “Ain’t No Stopping Us Now, which was the official song of Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign), and the author of The Power and the Glory, discuss how African American history is American history.
(Hosted. Released 9/11/2019)
A detailed summary of Ellen Schultz’s book. How private corps have brazenly plundered the pensions of millions, destroying their lives to enrich themselves, and how our government makes it possible. This is the only podcast episode I’ve ever recorded where I just speak the whole time myself.
(Hosted. Released 10/18/2019)
Father and MFA activist Scott Desnoyers (Twitter) talks about how his twenty-nine-year-old son was denied depression medication for two months for a missed twenty-dollar payment, and committed suicide halfway through.
(Hosted. Released 11/18/2019)
Stand-up comedian and progressive video journalist Graham Elwood (Twitter) talks about how Steve Mnuchin and then-California Attorney General Kamala Harris joined forces to swindle him and tens of millions of others out of their homes during the Great Financial Crisis.
(Hosted. Released 3/6/2020)
I talk with Historic-ly podcast host and fellow Bernie supporter Esha Krishnaswamy (Twitter), about the discouraging reality of the 2020 Democratic primaries. She puts it into a realistic historical perspective, and describes the true meaning of “Not Me. Us.”
(Hosted. Released 3/31/2020)
This is part one of a special joint two-part episode with my own podcast, Activist #MMT. Ryan Mathis is a first-year law student, millennial, and MMTer who gives his views of how we must replace our corrupted institutions with ones that support the left wing project.
Here’s part two with Ryan (on Activist #MMT), where we finish our conversation from part one and then turn to economic topics.
(Hosted. Released 8/25/2020)
Part one of my interview with Black Lives Matter organizer Shevone Torres on George Floyd, the centuries of systemic racism that led up to it, and the performative changes made in hopes of deceiving the public into thinking “something has been done”.
(Produced. Released 10/28/2020)
I edited and produced this two-part episode (I did not host it). It’s a fascinating tale of international political intrigue and a mystery of statistics, data analytics, and computer science, all surrounding the American-led coup in Bolivia. This story would make a genuinely fascinating mystery thriller.
(Hosted. Released 5/28/2021)
A re-publishing of episode 71 of Activist #MMT, which is part two of a two-part episode.
(Repaired audio. Released November 20, 2018)
I fixed up the audio of this interview with Rohan Grey. The experience is discussed in this MMT resource post, which it substantially inspired: Redistribution via federal taxation can only be *indirect*.