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House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s deal to prevent shutting down the government omitted a $6 billion request for aid to support Ukraine in its war with Russia. On the Lean to the Left podcast we have a guest who will describe her parents’ experience in Nazi slave camps and is writing a book drawing parallels between WWII and the Russo-Ukraine war today.

(Schedule is subject to change, so check back often!)

Sept. 28 -- John Neral -- Strategies to Get Unstuck -- Now Streaming

Oct. 2 -- Nicole Devlin -- New Take on Women's Equality -- Now Streaming

Oct. 5 -- The Dixie Dems -- Politics Southern Style

Oct. 9 -- Oksana Kukurudza -- Comparing WWII and Ukraine-Russia War

Oct. 12 -- Ben Hamilton -- Witnessing the Insurrection

Oct. 16 -- Jack Kerfoot -- Climate Change: Western States

Oct. 19 -- Gerald Schoenewolf -- Mass Shootings: Why?

Oct. 23 -- Mary Beth O'Connor -- From Junkie to Judge

Oct. 26 -- Doug Peterson -- Death & Resurrection of Baseball

Oct. 30-- Sabrina Osso -- Creating Safety at Home

Nov. 2 -- Amanda Udis-Kessler -- Ethics & Equality

Nov. 6 -- Jeffrey Archer -- Crime Novelist

Nov. 9 -- Paul Lawrence -- Veterans Benefits for You

Nov. 13 -- Bill Robertson -- Learning Life Lessons from Our Pets

Sunday, March 1, 2020 Pandemic Politics

As we all know, the corona virus is now spreading the U.S. and is causing untold havoc…not only by sickening … even killing people…but having a severe...

Sunday, March 1, 2020 Warren for the Win

With Super Tuesday just a couple days away, Not Fake News writer Stacy Fitzgerald, an outstanding communications pro based in northern Virginia, discu...

Saturday, February 29, 2020 After All, It's Joe

Sixth in a series. My journey to decision has been wild and circuitous as my thinking has changed several times after seeing nearly all of the major c...

Thursday, February 27, 2020 Why I'm with Joe

NFN writer Stacie Pearman backs former Vice President Joe Biden for President saying he's the best shot to defeat Donald Trump. Fifth of a series by N...

Thursday, February 27, 2020 Bernie. But Vote Blue

NFN writer Joe Picatello backs Sen. Bernie Sanders for President and explains that it's because of his kids. Fourth of a series by NFN writers about t...

Tuesday, February 25, 2020 Still Feeling the Bern

NFN writer Susan Hutchinson backs Sen. Bernie Sanders for President and explains why. Third of a series by NFN writers about their choices.I first bec...

Monday, February 24, 2020 Pete Buttigieg: Fighting for America's Future

NFN writer Chris Waldron backs Pete Buttigieg for President and explains why. Second of a series by NFN writers about their choices.With the average a...

Monday, February 24, 2020 Elizabeth Warren for President - by Lauren Kligman

NFN writer Lauren Kligman backs Elizabeth Warren for President and explains why. First of a series by NFN writers about their choices.My vote is Sen. ...

Sunday, February 23, 2020 Three Nightmare Scenarios

As the presidential election looms large, several scenarios could play out as the results roll in. None would be good for democracy.Already we are see...

Friday, February 21, 2020 Is Sanders the Next McGovern? Or Goldwater?

As Sen. Bernie Sanders surges in the Democratic presidential sweepstakes, many centrist Democrats are worried that the nomination of the avowed social...

Thursday, February 20, 2020 Pretzel Logic & the Trump Economy

The economy is humming along nicely. Unemployment is down and the stock market is up. All indicators see no end in sight to this 11-year joy ride. So,...

Thursday, February 20, 2020 Ban Assault Weapons: Join the Campaign

On February 16, 2018, Robert Schentrup lost his sister, Carmen, when she was murdered at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL -- shot ...

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