Former Bush’s Social Security Administration COO visited PDR to discuss the state of many of our social programs, specifically Social Security. His book America: Under Water & Sinking is out now.
Dr. Rev. William Barber II visits to discuss the campaign to encourage the working class to vote in their interest. He blew up a few myths about the poor.
Dr. Cornel West was interviewed at a Sugar Land, Texas Muslim Community event. His presidential run, the political realignment in America, and the current genocide in Gaza were discussed.
Ted Griffith did not mince his words as he knocked the culture of lies we live under. More importantly, he has some good advice.
Former CAIR-Houston Executive Director & CAIR-Texas Interim Executive Director discussed the Israel-Hamas War in Gaza frankly.
Former Harris County District Attorney’s office prosecutor Sean Teare visited, explaining why he will make a more forward-looking district attorney than the current one, Kim Ogg.
Somos Spring Branch, champions for the Northside community, launches a non-profit to continue organizing efforts to engage the community to grow community organizing and civic engagement.
Petroleum Engineer Bill Burch, a Texas Railroad Commissioner Candidate, exposes the lax oil sector regulation that is causing the poisoning of our groundwater, ranch land, and farmland.
Kevin Higgins Jr. and his team did what every American worker must do. They organized a Texas institution and collected the signatures necessary to create a union.
Foods Not Bomb activist and musician Nick Cooper visited with Politics Done Right to update us on their court fight to feed the poor in Houston.