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TV host Thom Hartmann interviews Peter Mathews on his recent book, DOLLAR DEMOCRACY: WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR SOME; HOW TO RECLAIM THE AMERICAN DREAM FOR ALL
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.” RT.com, Free Speech TV www.freespeech.org, Pacifica stations. [Start: 30:10, Runtime: 30 minutes] www.epetermathews.com. www.facebook.com/epetermathews

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On KTLA Peter Mathews Tells Trump Single Payer Healthcare and Fair Trade are Best {139}

Feb. 28, 2017 – On KTLA Ch.5 Peter Mathews Tells Trump why Single Payer, Medicare for All is the best and most efficient healthcare system that the U.S. should adopt, and how, through Fair Trade, not Free Trade (NAFTA), we could create High Paying Jobs in the U.S. and in Mexico and alleviate the conditions that cause Undocumented Immigration.


On BBC 5 Live Breakfast, Peter Mathews Looks at Trump’s Budget and Wiretapping Charge {r202}

Published Mar 21, 2017 | BBC 5 Live Breakfast – Faye Ruscoe asks Peter Mathews why President Trump insists on claiming that President Obama wiretapped him in Trump Tower, when there is no evidence of it. Mathews calls it a form of Political Jiu Jitsu, perhaps meant to distract from other issues unfavorable to him. Professor Mathews also analyzes the first Trump Budget, which includes devastating cuts to social programs in Health, Education, Housing, Diplomacy, and the Environment, which will cause suffering for many and slow economic growth, while adding over $50 billion of unnecessary and wasteful spending on the U.S. Military-Industrial Complex. Ruscoe and Mathews cover other related topics as well.


On Sky News TV, Peter Mathews Critiques President Trump’s First Budget {140}

Published Mar 17, 2017 | Sky News London – Peter Mathews says that President Trump’s First Budget Makes Severe Cuts to Important and Necessary Social, Economic, and Environmental Programs, while adding $54 Billion to the Bloated U.S. Military Budget, which is more than the military budgets of the next seven countries combined, and three times that of China’s. Mathews claims that these cuts will devastate Regular Americans, the 99%, and further enrich the Super-Wealthy 1%.


On KTLA TV, Peter Mathews Critiques President Trump’s Address to Congress {137}

On KTLA Ch. 5, Peter Mathews calls for Single Payer Health Care (Medicare for All), and asks President Trump to address the real cause of the Shrinking Middle Class and Illegal Immigration: Free Trade without Fair Trade that has driven down wages in the U.S. and Mexico. Feb 28, 2017 (Longer Version)


On Sky News TV, Peter Mathews Analyzes Trump’s First 2 Weeks: Foreign Policy and Church/State {135}

On Sky News London TV, Peter Mathews looks at the major impacts of President Trump’s first 2 weeks in office: How his comments and actions have effected U.S. relations with Australia, China, Mexico, Iran and Russia. On the domestic front, Mathews examines Trump’s pledge to “destroy” the Johnson Amendment, which has been a strong safeguard in the Separation of Church and State.


On Sky News London TV, Peter Mathews Assesses Trump Presidency at 7 Days {136}

Professor Peter Mathews looks at some of President Trump’s actions and prospects in his first week in office. Issues analyzed include early Trump Executive Orders on policies such as the Travel Ban of refugees and even permanent legal U.S. residents from 7 countries, the tension between Freedom and Security in a democracy, Trump’s dismissal of the Acting Attorney General, his fight against terrorism, the Establishment Clause in the U.S. Constitution, the Rule of Law, and Freedom of Religion.


What would Plato Say about Trump? Peter Mathews, author of Dollar Democracy, talks about the conflict between Trump’s private and public interests. {132}WhatPlatoTrump


CNBC TV, Peter Mathews says that President Trump must address concerns that he may be in violation of the Foreign Emoluments Clause of the U.S. Constitution (in Article I, Section 9). Also, Mathews suggests that Trump should put his vast holdings in 500 or so businesses around the world, in a true “Blind Trust”, in order to avoid any appearance of conflicts of interests. He has been entrusted, as President, to make decisions that will only benefit the American People’s Public Interest, not decisions that will benefit his own Private Business Interests.
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On Al Jazeera English TV, Peter Mathews Analyzes President Trump’s Inaugural Speech {134}

January 20, 2017 | Al Jazeera – Professor Peter Mathews is interviewed on Al Jazeera English TV, on the night of President Trump’s Inauguration. Mathews, Professor of Political Science and Sociology, and author of DOLLAR DEMOCRACY: WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR SOME; HOW TO RECLAIM THE AMERICAN DREAM FOR ALL, analyzes the content of Trump’s Inaugural Address, and looks at possible policy outcomes.


On KTLA Channel 5, Peter Mathews Is Interviewed on Trump Inauguration and Plans {133}

January 20, 2017 | KTLA 5 Los Angeles – Peter Mathews, at the end of 6 hours of KTLA-TV’s Inaugural coverage, talks about possible action in the Trump Administration’s first 100 days.


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.

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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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