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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 CNN Peter Mathews Looks at Trump, Flynn, Mueller, Ivanka Tillerson, Jared, Time Magazine {179}

Nov.24,2017 | CNN – Peter Mathews comments on Trump’s dispute with Time Magazine, Mueller Probe and Flynn lawyers no longer talking to Trump lawyers, Tillerson/State Department tension with Invanka Trump over her prominent role in the U.S.attendance at Business Conference in India.


On CNN, Peter Mathews Looks at Trump Tax Reform, Roy Moore, UCLA Players {178}

c.Nov.20,2017 | On CNN Peter Mathews, Professor of Political Science and Sociology, analyzes the inequities of the Trump/Republican Tax Reform, the Moore-Jones Alabama Senate Race, and the Trump response to LaVar Ball’s comments on UCLA basketball players’ release in China.


On CNN Peter Mathews Discusses Trump US China Trade Business Deals {177}

c.Nov.8,2017 | On CNN, Peter Mathews says that much of President Trump’s $250 billion business deals with China consists of non-binding memorandums of understanding and were done to make it look like Trump was really redressing the US imbalance of trade with China. Trump’s trade deal failed to address structural problems such as corporate America’s outsourcing of American Jobs to take advantage of low-paid Chinese labor, free trade instead of fair trade, semi-closed Chinese markets, and American lack of an industrial policy, unlike industrial policy successfully practiced by the Chinese, German, and Japanese governments.


Peter Mathews Says Trump Dangerously Misreads the N. Korea Crisis as He Visits Japan and South Korea {176}


Peter Mathews Examines Trump’s Trip to Asia: Japan, China, South Korea, Vietnam, and the Philippines{175}

On CNN, Peter Mathews, while analyzing President Trump’s trip to Asia, looks carefully at how the US standing in the world has dropped under Trump, compared to that of China and Japan under their countries’ strengthened leadership. Mathews, Professor of Political Science and International Relations, also notes the concern many Asian and other world leaders have regarding Trump’s provocative rhetoric on North Korea. Mathews also addresses the Free Trade versus Fair Trade issue.


On CNN Peter Mathews on Trump Response to NY Terror Attack 115AM {174}

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Peter Mathews on Trump, NY/Vegas Terror, US War in Iraq, Sensible Responses {173}

On CNN, Peter Mathews says that President Trump should respond in a multi-faceted way to both home grown domestic terrorism and foreign inspired terrorism. Trump should equally and strongly condemn the perpetrators of both and enact policies that would prevent terrorism and eliminate the conditions that give rise to it.


Peter Mathews on Gold Star Family; Trump Squanders U S Soft Power {172}

On CNN panel, Peter Mathews looks at Presidents Obama and Bush speeches concerning the dangers faced by the U.S.: “Bigotry, Casual Cruelty”, Divisions and Backward Thinking. Mathews says President Trump has not appealed to the “Better Angels of Our Nature”‘ and needs to do so. Mathews says that Trump should be more sensitive and compassionate in his words to Gold Star Family members such as Mrs. Johnson, the wife of Fallen Hero La David Johnson. Professor Mathews also urges President Trump stop squandering the important Soft Power of the U.S.through impulsive words and actions in foreign policy.


Obama, Bush Critique of Trump; Examines Puerto Rico {171}

On CNN, Peter Mathews says that President Trump should respond in a multi-faceted way to both home grown domestic terrorism and foreign inspired terrorism. Trump should equally and strongly condemn the perpetrators of both and enact policies that would prevent terrorism and eliminate the conditions that give rise to it.


Sky News London | CONTRIBUTOR PETER MATHEWS {170}


CNN | A closer look at Trump’s stance on N. Korea [CNN Video] {169}

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


On CNN Peter Mathews Warns Trump Should Not De-Certify Iran Nuclear Deal {168}

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 NRA, Bump Stocks, Trump Fear Tactics, Attack on Media {167}

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.


Peter Mathews on Trump, Iran, N. Korea, Gun Regulation, NPT {166}

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.”


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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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