Leid Stories Stories and news that affect us all

February 14, 2019  
Listeners weigh in on current hot-button news issues and developments, analyzing their significance and likely impact.
February 13, 2019  
Author, lecturer and entrepreneur Claud Anderson, a former political and policy adviser, contends that many civil-rights-era programs and strategies actually regarded black progress and growth.
February 12, 2019  
Author, lecturer and entrepreneur Claud Anderson, a former political and policy adviser, contends that many civil-rights-era programs and strategies actually regarded black progress and growth.
February 11, 2019  
Kim Ives, investigative reporter, independent documentarian and editor of the English-language editions of Haïti Liberté, says that new mass protests in Haiti are linked to President Jovenel Moise's support for the U.S.-backed, self-proclaimed "interim president" of Venezuela, Juan Guaido.
Protesters want Moise removed from office.
 
Both the White House and Congress know that the shutdown debacle must be resolved.  But while they're milking the drama, they're astutely avoiding very important questions: Who bears responsibility for the shutdown? Was the president acting legally and constitutionally when he ordered it? Did Congress allow the president unilaterally to make a decision and take an action contrary to the law that would put 800,000 workers at financial risk?
February 8, 2019  

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February 7, 2019  
February 6, 2019  
So, how did President Donald Trump's SOTU address go? And what about the Democrats' response?
 
Leid Stories listeners grade both.
February 5, 2019  
Leid Stories listeners enumerate the many ways and reasons President Donald Trump will use his State of the Union address tonight to save his political hide.
February 4, 2019  
In observance of Black History Month, we are admonished by the late scholar-historian Dr. John Henrik Clarke to eschew canned black history and  instead search for the truth of Africa's contributions to world civilization.
February 1, 2019  

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