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Peter_David Peter Mathews on The David Cruz Show, KTLK AM 1150, Los Angeles
Progressive Talk Radio. KTLK AM 1150, “Your voice!”

Peter Mathews has spoken to Los Angeles KTLK radio audiences on a variety current affairs subjects such as:

  • Jobs, high unemployment rates, ever increasing poverty rates, 
  • The Economy
  • National and California State Budgets
  • Education
  • Heathcare
  • Elections and Voting
  • and other issues
Jobs, Unemployment, Poverty
Dec.12,2013: House keeps corporate tax loopholes; cuts military pensions, unemployment benefits for 1.3 million Americans. Professor Mathews notes that the discretionary spending budget passed by the U.S. House of Representatives includes $1.012 trillion for 2014 and $1.014 trillion for fiscal year 2015.     …continue reading→     [Listen]  (9 min.)
Nov.19,2013: Stagnant Wages Depress Consumer Spending and Make U.S. First Advanced Nation in Job Dissatisfaction. Growth in pay slows from 0.4 % in second quarter to 0.3 % in third quarter for workers. Professor Mathews points out that the drop in the growth of wages and salaries of working Americans caused a  …continue reading→  [Listen]  (10 min.)
Nov.19,2014: Stagnant Wages Depress Consumer Spending and Make U.S. First Advanced Nation in Job Dissatisfaction. Growth in pay slows from 0.4 % in second quarter to 0.3 % in third quarter for workers. Professor Mathews points out that the drop in the growth of wages and salaries of working Americans caused a  …continue reading→  [Listen]  (10 min.)
Nov.7,2013: California-based Twitter’s Shares Surge as California’s Alternative Poverty Rate Is Highest in U.S. The day after the IPO, Twitter shares jump 73%, while California is first in poverty with 23.8%. Prof. Mathews says that while we can celebrate Twitter’s successful initial public offering shares’ surge by 73% in one day as a symbol of entrepreneurial success, the high poverty rate in California and the U.S. must give us pause for concern. …continue reading→ [Listen] (10 min.)
Economy
Dec.12,2013: House keeps corporate tax loopholes; cuts military pensions, unemployment benefits for 1.3 million Americans. Professor Mathews notes that the discretionary spending budget passed by the U.S. House of Representatives includes $1.012 trillion for 2014 and $1.014 trillion for fiscal year 2015.     …continue reading→     [Listen]  (9 min.)
Dec.3,2013: Peter Mathews Recommends Massive Economic Stimulus to Launch the Economy out of Great Recession Orbit: Partly drawing on the Economic Policy Institute’s study of the stagnant “recovery” from the Great Recession, Prof. Mathews calls for a massive economic stimulus, paid for by closing unproductive corporate tax loopholes, and spending the … continue reading→   [Listen]   (9 min.)
Nov.25,2013: Lies of Wall Street Bailout; Hunger Hurts U.S. Economy; California Special Elections Cost Millions. $1 million election; hunger =$167 billion in lost productivity; bailout won with lies.  Prof. Mathews notes that as budget cuts …continue reading→  [Listen]  (8 min.)
Nov.19,2014: Stagnant Wages Depress Consumer Spending and Make U.S. First Advanced Nation in Job Dissatisfaction. Growth in pay slows from 0.4 % in second quarter to 0.3 % in third quarter for workers. Professor Mathews points out that the drop in the growth of wages and salaries of working Americans caused a  …continue reading→  [Listen]  (10 min.)
Nov.7,2013: California-based Twitter’s Shares Surge as California’s Alternative Poverty Rate Is Highest in U.S. The day after the IPO, Twitter shares jump 73%, while California is first in poverty with 23.8%. Prof. Mathews says that while we can celebrate Twitter’s successful initial public offering shares’ surge by 73% in one day as a symbol of entrepreneurial success, the high poverty rate in California and the U.S. must give us pause for concern. …continue reading→ [Listen] (10 min.)
National and California State Budgets
Peter Mathews on KTLK AM 1150, the David Cruz Show: (Nov. 25, 2013) Lies of Wall Street Bailout; Hunger Hurts U.S. Economy; California Special Elections Cost Millions. $1 million election; hunger =$167 billion in lost productivity; bailout won with lies.  Prof. Mathews notes that as budget cuts …continue reading→  [Listen]  (8 min.)
Education
Healthcare
Elections and Voting
Other Issues

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