Protecting Remote Workers. Rethinking the Alamo. And Bill Press on the crisis at the NRA.
Stephen Hill on labor standards in the remote working world. Jason Stanford on the myths and realities of the Texas origin story. Plus Bill Press with Tim Mak on his new book Misfire: Inside the Downfall of the NRA
The pandemic is transforming the way we work. Stephen Hill says the shift to remote work can come at a cost to workers unless new protections are put in place.
Almost 200 years after the battle of the Alamo, a new book aims to correct the historical record. Co-author Jason Stanford explains how the myth of the Alamo continues to be used to advance political agendas and encourage racism.
Bill Press talks Tim Mak, Washington investigative correspondent for NPR and author of Misfire: Inside the Downfall of the NRA. If you'd like to hear the entire episode, visit BillPressPods.com.
Repair Your Own Products? Corporations Say No!
America’s economic and political inequality has led workaday Americans to exclaim: “The system is broken. Let’s fix it!”
But there’s another version of this protest that I’m hearing more frequently these days: “The system is fixed. Let’s break it!”