We sat down with Miguel Villareal, director of Food & Nutritional Services, to talk about how he’s working on changing school lunches. He explains why it’s important that people are aware and willing to work to build a better future for our children, starting with what they consume at school.
In this web exclusive, Brett Erlich recaps the final presidential debate with his very own “joke dump.”
Granted Current TV is located in a blue city, in a blue state, nevertheless we hit the streets of San Francisco and asked people on the street who they are voting for on Election Day next week and what they’ll be doing as the results come in election night. Watch to see what we found!
As residents of a blue city, in a reliably non-swing state, many San Franciscans could understandably stay away from Tuesday’s polls without swaying the final tally in the electoral college – the ultimate decider in the presidential race.
In this web exclusive, we’ve got the outtakes from a rare interview with Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy. Tweedy discusses why Wilco is getting people registered to vote, how they help local communities wherever they go and the importance of setting a good example when you’re in the limelight.
In this web exclusive, Bill Wong, Democratic campaign strategist and political director of the Asian American Small Business PAC, talks about the recent rise of Asian American politicians running for office, the obstacle they potentially face and what they need to do to have a successful run.
Why are Republican activists setting up a super PAC in California? They’re following the money. San Francisco Chronicle political reporter Carla Marinucci dishes on California’s status as the latest hub for GOP fundraising, saying that in an effort to raise $9 million for the upcoming elections, California is “the ATM of politics.” “Republican strategists know where their next paycheck is coming from,” Marinucci says. Most important, there is a lot at stake for the future of the Republican Party in California.
In this web exclusive political comedian Rick Overton and guest host John Fugelsang talk about how technology has influenced relationships, creating a shift in America’s collective IQ and how political beliefs effect how a comedian does on stage.
Political candidates will say anything to get your vote, even if it means flip-flopping on important issues. “The War Room” guest host John Fugelsang hit the streets of San Francisco yet again, but this time to play a game of, “Who said it?”
Would you believe that millionaire Carly Fiorina still owes $500,000 in campaign debt from her failed 2010 bid to become a senator representing California? It’s fairly common for campaigns to carry debt for a period of time after ballots are cast, but Fiorina still owes two dozen people half a million dollars because of a last-ditch $2 million ad buy made during the run-up to the election.
Think it’s easy to become a U.S. citizen? Think again. “The War Room” guest host John Fugelsang hit the streets of San Francisco to see how well educated the locals are about U.S. history and politics using questions from the government’s citizenship test. Think you’d pass?
In this web exclusive, director Phillip Kaufman talks about Bay Area filmmakers, his inspiration and what’s next for him after “Hemingway and Gellhorn.”
Guests: Glenn Greenwald, Mary Matalin, James Carville, Gov. Jennifer Granholm, Steve Schmidt.
Former governor of Michigan, Jennifer Granholm, discusses her new show "The War Room" on Current TV.
Neal goes undercover as a political "fixer" to bring a corrupt senator to justice.
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! -Former Michigan governor and "A Governor's Story: The Fight for Jobs and America's Economic Future" author Jennifer Granholm visits The Daily Show.
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