Listen to our August 19, 2013 podcast, broadcast live Olive's Bar and Restaurant in Nyack, NY. We discussed the fates of Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden, the importance of buying local, and the school-voucher dilemma.
A federal judge has ruled that the New York City Police Department’s heavily-criticized “stop and frisk” is unconstitutional, what does that mean for the future of the controversial method of crimefighting.
NY State Senator David Carlucci discusses the successes and failures of this year's legislative agenda.
Was 2103's legislative agenda a failure or we're we expecting just too much from a divided NY State Senate?
New York’s four-member Independent Democratic Conference has appeased the State Senate GOP by stripping out reproductive rights protections from Governor Andrew Cuomo’s women’s equality agenda.
We talk about the death of New Jersey's elder statesman, the health dilemma of a rock 'n roll icon, and the hypocritical reversal of an anti-pot pol.
The Obama administration spied on non-profit Tea Party groups, but should this highly-partisan scrutiny be given to all non-profits?
We discuss 3D printed guns, another arrest of a NYS Senator, and Nan Hayworth's attempt at a comeback.
Cliff Weathers and Jake N. Oliver discuss Clinton's influence on local New York politics, testing vs. education, and the Boston bombing.