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Nov. 13, 2015. Thom Hartmann, TV host of “The Big Picture”, interviews author Peter Mathews, as part of the Great Minds Series, on Money in Politics, the coming presidential election, and his groundbreaking book, “Dollar Democracy: With Liberty and Justice for Some; How to Reclaim the American Dream for All.”, Free Speech TV, Pacifica stations. [Start: 30:10, Runtime: 30 minutes]

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CNN – Peter discusses Trump N.Korea Treaty {169}
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On CNN Peter Mathews Warns Trump Should Not De-Certify Iran Nuclear Deal {167 HOLD}

Oct.6,2017 | CNN – Peter Mathews warns President Trump against de-certifying the Iran Nuclear Deal and looks at the impact that could have on solving the U.S.-North Korea Crisis. Professor Mathews says that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Chief of Staff John Kelly are seen as pillars of stability whose potential departures could bring chaos in the White House.

Peter Mathews on Trump, Iran, N. Korea, Gun Regulation, NPT {165 HOLD}

Oct.5,2017 | CNN – On CNN Peter Mathews discusses Trump’s cryptic “calm before the storm” statement, the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty’s call to move to Nuclear Disarmament, the Iran Nuclear Deal, Trump-North Korea Crisis, need for Gun Regulation, Trump Misstatements of Facts while calling Media “fake news.”

Peter Mathews on NRA, Bump Stocks, Trump Fear Tactics, Attack on Media {166 HOLD}

Oct.5,2017 | CNN – Professor Peter Mathews looks at regulation of Bump Stocks and Guns, and the power of the NRA; also at Trump’s misstatement of facts while he attacks media’s “fake news.” Mathews stresses the importance of Independent and critical media in a democracy.

CNN | A closer look at Trump’s stance on N. Korea [CNN Video] {168 HOLD}

Oct.8,2017 | CNN – Political analyst Peter Mathews discusses the instability of President Trump’s administration in dealing with North Korea

Al Jazeera | Sen. Sanders’ Single Payer Healthcare Gains Momentum, Trump Care Will Fail {164}

Sept.25,2017 | Peter Mathews predicts the defeat of Trump’s attempt to repeal Obamacare once again; Bernie Sanders’ Single Payer Medicare for All is gaining momentum, and that Republican Senators John McCain, Rand Paul, Susan Collins, and probably Lisa Murkowski will vote no on repeal, because of concerns of cuts in Medicaid.

Sky News | Peter Mathews Tells Trump How to Avoid Nuclear War with North Korea {163}

Sept.21,2017 | Peter Mathews, Professor of Political Science and International Relations, makes rational, fact based suggestions to President Trump on how to step back from the brink of Nuclear War with North Korea. He discusses the Agreed Framework, a Dual Freeze of US-South Korea War Games and North Korea Nuclear Testing, a Signed Peace Treaty among the US, North Korea, and South Korea ending the Korean War, and more.

CNN | On CNN Peter Mathews Criticizes Trump’s UN Speech as Provocative and Demeaning {162 pt1}

Sept.19,2017 | CNN -(12:40am) Peter Mathews, Professor of Political Science and International Relations, criticized President Trump’s speech at the United Nations for breaking all convention and norms, demeaning the North Korean leader by calling him “Rocket Man” who “is on a suicide mission”, and slamming the Iran Nuclear Deal, which is backed by US Allies, most of the world, and the UN. Mathews says that Trump lost a golden opportunity to be a statesman and reduce tensions by offering something to the world and North Korea, by saying “We are willing to work to prevent a possible Nuclear War started by miscalculation.”

CNN | Citing Barbara Tuchman, Mathews Warns of WW 3, Through Miscalculation and Trump’s Fiery Rhetoric {161 pt2}

Sept.19,2017 | CNN – (1:20am) Peter Mathews, Professor of Political Science and International Relations, warns that President Trump’s threat to “totally destroy North Korea”, if forced to defend the United States or it’s allies, when added to his previous words: “North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen …” has escalated the US-North Korea Crisis. Mathews says that the provocative actions and inflammatory rhetoric on both sides could lead to miscalculation, misunderstanding, and human error leading to an unintended war, possibly even a Nuclear War that nobody wants, as historian Barbara Tuchman brilliantly illustrates in her book, The Guns of August, regarding World War I. Mathews makes suggestions for diffusing the Crisis. He also urges President Trump to continue to accept the Iran Nuclear Deal, and to re-enter the US into the Paris Climate Agreement.

CNNi | Mathews Says Sanders’ and Warren’s Vision Should Guide the Democratic Party; Views Hillary’s Book {160 pt1}

Sept.16,2017 | CNNi – On CNN, Peter Mathews says that the Democratic Party should not avoid responsibility for Hillary’s loss to Trump by using some of the thoughts in Hillary Clinton’s new book “What Happened”. On the same day that Senator Bernie Sanders and fifteen Senate Democratic Co-sponsors of his Single-Payer Medicare for All Health Care Plan formally proposed it, Mathews says the Democratic Party could be re-invigorated by the Vision of Franklin Roosevelt and related Ideas of Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and others.

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On KNBC-TV, Peter Mathews Analyzes President Bush’s State of the Union Address
January 29, 2003 | KNBC-TV Los Angeles – Peter Mathews gives his analysis of issues presented by President Bush in his 2003 State of the Union Address: Mathews cautions the President against invading Iraq; Other issues include Bush’s proposed tax cuts, Medicare Reform, and Prescription Drug benefits.
Peter Mathews Explains the Results of the 2002 U.S. Congressional Election
Published December 31, 2010 | KNBC-TV Los Angeles – Peter Mathews, Professor of Political Science, American Government, and International Relations analyzes the nationwide outcome of the 2002 United States Congressional Elections and their implications.

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