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Becoming a Libyan Rebel Fighter - Point and Shoot w/ Matthew VanDyke
Becoming a Libyan Rebel Fighter - Point and Shoot w/ Matthew VanDyke

Point and Shoot is a documentary about a sheltered man in Baltimore embarking on a remarkable motorcycle journey across North Africa and the Middle East that led him to become a rebel fighter in the Libyan Civil War. His travels took him to Morocco, Mauritania, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, and Afghanistan and captured most of his adventures and learning lessons the hard way. Wounded and captured during the war, VanDyke spent nearly six months as a prisoner of war in two of Libya's most notorious prisons, locked away in solitary confinement.

Two-time Academy Award nominated Point and Shoot Director Marshall Curry and Producer/Subject Matthew VanDyke sit with Jimmy Dore in the KPFK Studios for a frank and open discussion about this incredible story.

More on Point and Shoot: http://pointandshootfilm.com/

Russell Brand Returns - Revolution vs. Trump, Hannity, & Morgan (Interview)
Russell Brand Returns - Revolution vs. Trump, Hannity, & Morgan (Interview)

Russell Brand (The Trews) is back to talk about his book, Revolution and the need to stop corruption and reform the political donation system, corporate cronyism, income inequality, and other everyday dirty dealings in our government that hold back progress. But Brand isn't without his detractors-- Donald Trump, Piers Morgan, Sean Hannity, and Johnny Rotten have openly opposed this brand of revolution, and today, Russell responds to this criticism. How can the media work to truly serve the public? And how does Brand think people can act best for the good of the individual family, but communities as well?

View TYT's previous political interview with Russell Brand: http://youtu.be/yhcW-b8SK7o

Find out more about Russell Brand's Revolution: http://russellbrand.com/revolution/youtube/

Watch Russell Brand's "The Trews" at
https://youtube.com/user/russellbrand

The Culture High - Debunking Lies About Marijuana
The Culture High - Debunking Lies About Marijuana

The Culture High is a documentary that tears into the very fibre of modern day marijuana prohibition to reveal the truth behind the arguments and motives governing both those who support and those who oppose the existing pot laws. Culture High Director Brett Harvey and Producer Adam Scorgie talk to Cenk Uygur about the longstanding propaganda against marijuana and why technology has enabled people to tear those arguments against marijuana health and safety apart. How has the war on marijuana failed? The Culture High uses interviews with ex-police officers and DEA agents about how they're incentivized to go for possession arrests over all other crimes. How can people enact change in the way marijuana is distributed and penalized?

Learn more about The Culture High: http://theculturehigh.com/

Masterminds & Wingmen - "Mean Girls" For Boys? w/ Rosalind Wiseman
Masterminds & Wingmen - "Mean Girls" For Boys? w/ Rosalind Wiseman

Rosalind Wiseman is a teacher, author, and media spokesperson on bullying, ethical leadership, social media, and media literacy. She wrote "Queen Bees & Wannabes," a bestseller that later served as the basis for the hit movie "Mean Girls." Her most recent book is "Masterminds and Wingmen: Helping Our Boys Cope with Schoolyard Power, Locker-Room Tests, Girlfriends, and the New Rules of Boy World."

How can boys cope with major issues growing up such as self-identity, dealing with racism and homophobia, standing up for themselves and what principles matter to them, and as society puts it, "be a man?" What about issues such as bullying and hazing, as shown in an extreme sense with the Sayreville High School Football case that can actually be considered sexual assault? When is it right to fight and when is the right choice to "use your words?"

And how can caring parents help their boys without unintentionally hurting them in the long run?

Cenk Uygur talks in-depth with Rosalind Wiseman about raising boys in a way that helps them become well-adjusted, honorable men.

More on Rosalind: http://rosalindwiseman.com/

Her other books include:
- Queen Bee Moms & King Pin Dads: Dealing with the Parents, Teachers, Coaches, and Counselors Who Can Make—or Break—Your Child's Future
- Owning Up Curriculum: Empowering Adolescents to Confront Social Cruelty, Bullying, and Injustice
- Boys, Girls & Other Hazardous Materials (fiction)
-The Guide: Managing Douchebags, Recruiting Wingmen, and Attracting Who You Want

Reza Aslan - Bigotry, Fundamentalism and Neo-Atheism in the Media
Reza Aslan - Bigotry, Fundamentalism and Neo-Atheism in the Media

Professor Reza Aslan is the author of the New York Times #1 Bestseller "Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth," and is a writer and scholar on religious studies.

Is there a media bias against Islam? Reza Aslan points to certain media pundits and hosts who call all religion bad, but Islam "the worst." Is it bigoted when pundits like Sam Harris call any non-extremist Muslims "not real" Muslims? Are some media commentators denouncing and defining Christian and Muslim extremism themselves fundamentalist bigots? Where is the balance between when interpreting holy text? What is the difference between atheism and neo-atheism? Is there such a thing as the one "truth?"

Reza Aslan sits down with The Young Turks' Cenk Uygur to discuss and debate the state of religious commentary in media, religious ignorance, the removal of religion from society and neo-atheism, what it really means to be religious, picking-and-choosing attitudes across the board, and much more on fundamental misunderstandings of religion.

More on Reza Aslan: http://rezaaslan.com/

Progressive Alan Cohn vs Koch Brothers Candidate in FL
Progressive Alan Cohn vs Koch Brothers Candidate in FL

Alan Cohn is a progressive Democratic candidate for Congress from Florida, working to fight corporate corruption and overtake a Tea Party incumbent backed with much more money. We checked in on him at the beginning of the campaign- can a progressive candidate topple a Tea Party candidate in Tampa? Can Alan Cohn use grassroots campaigning to beat someone writing regulations for the big banks, oil corporations, and the Koch brothers and is being funded by them? And how does the web key in to reaching voters with a message they connect to in a real way?

Cenk Uygur talks to Peabody Award-Winning Investigative Journalist Alan Cohn about his campaign for Congress and why issues like minimum wage, immigration, and economic reform truly matter.

http://cohnforcongress2014.com/

https://twitter.com/CohnForCongress

Why We Need to 'Rock the Vote' - Voter Awareness w/ Ashley Spillane
Why We Need to 'Rock the Vote' - Voter Awareness w/ Ashley Spillane

Ashley Spillane is the president of Rock the Vote, and is working to help young voters realize how crucially important it is to exercise their right to vote. You may have seen the "Turn Out for What" music video with Lil' Jon- it's fun and lighthearted, but drives home the message to millenials that voting is an important way to support causes that matter to them. How can Rock the Vote combat apathy and other barriers preventing them from voting? What really stops young people from voting?

John Iadarola (TYT, TYT University) interviews Rock the Vote President, Ashley Spillane all about Rock the Vote and why voting is so deeply necessary, no matter what your beliefs.

Learn more: http://rockthevote.com/

https://twitter.com/aspillane

Killed by The Police - Journalist Brian Burghart Fights for National Transparency
Killed by The Police - Journalist Brian Burghart Fights for National Transparency

Visit: http://fatalencounters.org/

Bryan Burghart is a notable journalist and creator of Fatal Encounters (FatalEncounters.org), a searchable national database about people killed during interactions with law enforcement. He started curating the site after discovering that someone had been killed in a police altercation, but not being able to find any information on it later. Why wasn't there transparency? Why are there not any records being kept on these fatalities on an official level? And what has Brian learned during his fact-finding venture? And what hurdles did he face in the fight for information? Jimmy Dore (The Jimmy Dore Show) discusses it all with journalist Brian Burghart.

Brian Burghart has been editor of the Reno News & Review since 2002 and teaches Beginning Reporting at the Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno. He is also a dual-master’s student and journalism instructor at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Reporting from Gaza: Kerry-anne Mendoza
Reporting from Gaza: Kerry-anne Mendoza

Kerry-anne Mendoza (@Scriptonite) is a reporter currently on the ground in Gaza. She worked as a consultant in the financial services industry before beginning a full-time career in journalism. She first gained notoriety during her coverage of the Occupy Movement, and has since worked to cover major news stories with as much depth and perspective as possible. In this interview, she talks about what she's witnessed during her time in Gaza.

Watch These Latest and Greatest New TYT Interviews!
Watch These Latest and Greatest New TYT Interviews!

The Young Turks' host Cenk Uygur interviews some of the smartest, most insightful and entertaining people on the day's most important social and political issues. And now they're available in podcast form!

In this clip Cenk teases his recent interviews with:
- Comedian and political satirist Jimmy Dore (https://youtube.com/watch?v=Vsr-v9UT-QE)
- Max Blumenthal, author of "Goliath: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel" (https://youtube.com/watch?v=uDOplv6psuE)
- Australian atheist CJ Werleman (https://youtube.com/watch?v=HFdq1i9nczE)
- Marxian economist Richard Wolff (https://youtube.com/watch?v=f8BUXLAu2ZA)

To enjoy these interviews - and many others - in podcast form, visit https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tyt-interviews-audio-podcast/id907525523?mt=2

Russell Brand on Corporate Power in Media & Who Is Really Being Served
Russell Brand on Corporate Power in Media & Who Is Really Being Served

Russell Brand (now on The Trews) is well known for his comedy and acting, but also his commentary and analysis of main stream media and the faults therein. Today, he talks to Cenk Uygur about the the unbelievable corporate bias in news, our modern political landscape, and how we can fix and cope with both cultures. How does Ferguson coverage show us how pundits like Bill O'Reilly and others have failed the American public? When did news conform to the status quo and maintaining the agenda of the powerful, rather than serving the public? How do those of us without billions of dollars at our disposal cope with the world as it is? And how does the role of celebrity ironically play into this?

Russell and Cenk have a frank discussion on these topics and the toxic relationships between politics, mainstream media, and power, and how money is the corrupting link between them all.

Watch Russell Brand's "The Trews" at https://youtube.com/user/russellbrand
Follow Russell on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/rustyrockets

NY Gov. Candidate Zephyr Teachout - Corporate Powers Need To Be Stopped
NY Gov. Candidate Zephyr Teachout - Corporate Powers Need To Be Stopped

Zephyr Teachout an Associate Professor of Law at Fordham University and she is also running an upstart campaign for the 2014 Democratic Party nomination for Governor of New York against incumbent governor Andrew Cuomo. Teachout wants to stop unchecked corporate power and donations. Teachout is famous for founding A New Way Forward- an organization built to break up the power of big banks, for being involved in Occupy Wall Street, and for being a major scholar of campaign-finance law.

She feels New York needs a true progressive governor, and that the Time Warner and Comcast merger needs to be stopped as it's not in the true interest of New Yorkers, nor do other corporate consolidation of powers help anyone except corporations themselves. But how can she hope to overcome Cuomo, who has much more funding power behind him and is actively trying to keep her off the ballots?

Cenk Uygur talks to Zephyr Teachout about her ideas for true progressivism and de-powering the reach of corporations, her struggles against Governor Cuomo, and the fight to get money out of politics

Life and Loathing in Greater Israel - Author Max Blumenthal Interview
Life and Loathing in Greater Israel - Author Max Blumenthal Interview

Max Blumenthal is the author of Goliath: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel; he speaks to Cenk Uygur about the situation in Gaza straight from Ramallah on the West Bank. He has been a vocal opponent of Benjamin Netanyahu's right-wing militaristic leadership of Israel, the U.S. government's support of violent acts in the name of the state, as well as the treatment of people living on the Gaza Strip.

Max argues that the status of people living on the Gaza Strip is worse than what black South Africans suffered during Apartheid, asks why the U.S. continues to push for assault on the Gaza Strip, and explains how he, as a Jewish man, mitigates his criticism of the state of Israel. Can Americans protest the violence and death through boycott?

Max Blumenthal on twitter: https://twitter.com/MaxBlumenthal

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Jimmy Dore - Comedian, Author - "Your Country Is Just Not That Into You"
Jimmy Dore - Comedian, Author - "Your Country Is Just Not That Into You"

In this latest terrific interview, hilarious and incisive political comedian Jimmy Dore (http://twitter.com/jimmy_dore) sits down with The Young Turks' host Cenk Uygur (http://twitter.com/cenkuygur) to discuss politics, the media and how corporations have seized control of them both - all of which Jimmy also covers in his new book, "Your Country Is Just Not That Into You: How the Media, Wall Street, and Both Political Parties Keep on Screwing You - Even After You've Moved on."

Along the way the two also discuss Jimmy's Chicago upbringing and why, as the 12th of 12 kids in an Irish Catholic family, he was eminently disposable, how ABC newscaster Brian Williams can be a terrific guy and still be a huge part of what's destroying the country, and why on earth someone making $50,000 a year would ever care about the estate tax.

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"Atheists Can't Be Republicans" Author CJ Werleman
"Atheists Can't Be Republicans" Author CJ Werleman

CJ Werleman is a top atheist writer, political commentator, and humorist, and is the author of many books, including "Jesus Lied: He Was Only Human: Debunking The New Testament," "God Hates You, Hate Him Back: Making Sense of The Bible," and "Crucifying America: the unholy alliance between the Christian Right and Wall Street." His latest is "Atheists Can't Be Republicans: If Facts and Evidence Matter." He also writes regularly for Salon, Alternet and The Contributor.

How did CJ become godless? What took him from non-denominational Christian school to his views on religion today? What are his views on the Bible, God, and biblical figures?

http://cjwerleman.com/

On Twitter: https://twitter.com/cjwerleman

Marxian Economics vs Capitalism with Economist Prof. Richard D. Wolff
Marxian Economics vs Capitalism with Economist Prof. Richard D. Wolff

Professor Richard D. Wolff. is one of the world's leading Marxian economists and is a professor of economics emeritus at the University of Massachusetts, where he taught from 1973 to 2008. He is also currently currently a Visiting Professor in the Graduate Program in International Affairs of the New School University in New York. He is also a founding member of the Green Party of New Haven Connecticut, is the host of Economic Update, at WBAI in New York City, and has co-authored 13 books, most recently "Democracy at Work: A Cure for Capitalism" in 2012.

Do we have true capitalism? What exactly is Marxism, and why does it exist? Most Americans have a knee-jerk reaction against Marxism, but is it fully justified to not even speak of it? What political histories and structures are compatible with different economic systems? Is there a positive role Marxism has taken in national and world economies?

Avowed capitalist Cenk Uygur discusses these questions and much more with Professor Richard D. Wolff.

On Twitter: https://twitter.com/profwolff

Kai Newkirk (Activist Who Filmed the Supreme Court) on Fighting Money in Politics
Kai Newkirk (Activist Who Filmed the Supreme Court) on Fighting Money in Politics

Kai Newkirk is the first person to video tape Supreme Court proceedings and post them online. He is now a progressive organizer and co-founded the 99Rise Movement. He helped lead the recent March for Democracy in California, which focused on addressing the corrosive influence of money in politics. He discusses his ideas for 99Rise moving forward, and expounds of the need for mass, nonviolent protest in reaffirming control over the political system.

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Big Money Bet On Climate Change, and the Psychology of Climate Deniers - Christopher Keating
Big Money Bet On Climate Change, and the Psychology of Climate Deniers - Christopher Keating

Christopher Keating has received much interest within the climate change debate. He’s a physicist and climate expert who’s received a great deal of media attention for offering $30,000 to anyone who can incontrovertibly prove climate change either is not happening or is not man-made. He’s the author of “Undeniable: Dialogues on Global Warming.” He's previously taught at the University of South Dakota and the US Naval Academy.

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"Totally Disruptive" Documentary Filmmaker Ondi Timoner
"Totally Disruptive" Documentary Filmmaker Ondi Timoner

Ondi Timoner is a film director, producer and entrepreneur. Her films include the documentaries "DIG!", "We Live in Public" and "Join Us" for which she's won two Grand Jury prizes at the Sundance Film Festival.

She's also directed music videos for artists like Paul Westerberg, the Jonas Brothers and Run-DMC and she hosts a weekly talk show, "BYOD," on http://thelip.tv that features interviews with other documentary filmmakers.

At this year's South by Southwest Film Festival she debuted her new online video portal, "A Total Disruption," featuring an interview with Shepard Fairey. "A Total Disruption" is a partner program on The TYT Network.

In this interview with The Young Turks' Cenk Uygur (http://twitter.com/cenkuygur), Ondi Timoner talks about how she got started in documentary films, how documentary filmmakers earn a living, her upcoming films about comedian Russell Brand and visual artist Robert Mapplethorpe, the unsatisfying and fickle experience of fame, her favorite documentary right now and how she chooses the topics to address in her films.

Follow Ondi Timoner on Twitter: http://twitter.com/onditimoner
Visit her innovation portal here: http://atotaldisruption.com
Check out her production company here: http://interloperfilms.com

'Project Daniel' 3D-Printed Arms for Children of Sudan War (w/ Mick Ebeling)
'Project Daniel' 3D-Printed Arms for Children of Sudan War (w/ Mick Ebeling)

Mick Ebeling is the founder of Not Impossible Labs, which is known for the Eyewriter (interview here: http://youtu.be/irwntqQavaY) and now, Project Daniel. Not Impossible Labs uses technology and crowd-sourcing to create viable real-world medical solutions for people who might not otherwise be able to have them.

Daniel lost both of his arms due to the violence of war in South Sudan before he was 14. He considered his life not worth living. Now, he has two 3D-printed prosthetic arms and is able to feed himself again! Now, a 3D-printed prosthetic lab was successfully set up in Sudan, with a trained staff to help others like Daniel. Mick Ebeling tells Ana Kasparian the full story and more in this fascinating interview.

Project Daniel and Eyewriter are two monumental projects that have helped many, but that's not all for Not Impossible. Check out http://notimpossiblenow.com/ for more projects, and to see how you can help.



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Wolf-PAC California & How Volunteers Get Money Out of Politics
Wolf-PAC California & How Volunteers Get Money Out of Politics

Read about Wolf-PAC for yourself HERE: http://wolf-pac.com/

Wolf-PAC's goal is singular- get the power and influence of money out of politics. All too often, donors to political campaigns are able to get our representatives to work to accomplish what they want-- but what about what the citizens want? How can everyday people fight corruption in our government? Wolf-PAC volunteers-- normal citizens-- have been able to successfully get resolutions to get conventions which help us push out the power of money out of our political system. Here in California, Wolf-PAC volunteers worked hard, and saw real success with CA AJR1. Now, leaders including California State Leader Alison Hartson, California Organizer Will Yate, and California Regional Coordinator Kathy Orlinsky join founder Cenk Uygur to discuss it all. Do you think we can pass a resolution? These people are working every day to do it!

Sign Wolf-PAC's petition: http://wolf-pac.com/petition

Journalist Mark Leibovich - 'Suck-Up' Media is Killing Our Government
Journalist Mark Leibovich - 'Suck-Up' Media is Killing Our Government

Mark Leibovich is the chief national correspondent for The New York Times Magazinea and is the author of This Town, a book decrying the suck-up relationship between beltway media and the government, and that sick relationship is harming the American people. Washington insiders often get the exclusive after treating the elected officials as well as other insiders with kid gloves, without challenging or questioning the system or their roles in it. But doesn't this kill the point of journalism as the Fourth Estate? Cenk Uygur interviews Mark Leibovich about standing up, going against the grain of cronyism, and more.

Stephanie George Interview -The War on Drugs Injustice
Stephanie George Interview -The War on Drugs Injustice

Stephanie George was sentenced to life in prison after police found drugs that her ex-boyfriend stored in her house-- it was her third strike under imposed mandatory minimum sentencing. Recently, President Obama commuted her sentence, though she'd still spent 17 years of her life imprisoned. Cenk Uygur previously spoke out on the injustice of her case (https://youtube.com/watch?v=FWyivsU9_Rk) in light of ridiculously lenient treatment for Wall Street criminals. Now, Stephanie George tells Cenk her story, clearing up questions and explaining how the war on drugs and mandatory minimum sentencing harms Americans.

Cenk Uygur and 'Koch Brothers Exposed' Director Robert Greenwald
Cenk Uygur and 'Koch Brothers Exposed' Director Robert Greenwald

In this latest TYT Interview, Cenk Uygur sits down with acclaimed director Robert Greenwald to discuss the 2014 reboot of his documentary, "Koch Brothers Exposed."

The two discuss the myriad and highly effective ways these multibillionaire brothers spend their money to push a pseudo-libertarian agenda, impact the political process and promote their narrow financial interests.

Specific topics discussed include the ideological underpinnings ofthe Kochs' opposition to unions, the minimum wage and Social Security, as well as their support for conservative think tanks, voter ID laws and re-segregation of public schools in North Carolina.

The two also explain how the Kochs have kept their focus on the long haul rather than trying to win short-term battles, how David Koch, a cancer survivor, could justify allowing one of his companies to poison the water in a small Arkansas town, resulting in a spike in deadly cancers among residents and why Greenwald should take credit for the $25 million donation the Kochs recently made to the United Negro College Fund.

The two close with a call to action and suggestions for how average Americans without access to billions of dollars can re-take our democracy from the clutches of oligarchs like the Koch Brothers.

To watch "Koch Brothers Exposed: 2014 Edition" for free, just go to http://kochbrothersexposed.com

Dan Schulman - Why AmEx Helped Make Spent: Looking For Change
Dan Schulman - Why AmEx Helped Make Spent: Looking For Change

Dan Schulman of American Express talks to TYT's Cenk Uygur about Spent: Looking For Change, and why it matters so much in today's financial climate. But why wouldthe company choose to make a movie on American families suffering outside the traditional banking system? Dan Schulman explains it all in this exclusive interview.

Watch the documentary here:
http://youtu.be/YAxL4TB6pmQ

Spent: Looking for Change is a film about everyday Americans without the financial options most of us take for granted and the movement giving them renewed hope. To find out more and take action, visit http://spentmovie.com/.

Turning to pawn shops, check cashing services, and using payday loans to meet basic financial needs can be costly for many of us, with $89 billion a year going to fees and interest* for using these types of alternative financial services.

It's time for change. New technology, new ideas and encouraging dialogue around this issue can help make managing money simple and more affordable.

American Express is presenting this documentary to help improve financial inclusion in the United States. Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim is the executive producer of the documentary which is narrated by Tyler Perry and directed by Derek Doneen.

*Source: CFSI, November 2013 Market Sizing Report
SUBSCRIBE to the AMEX Channel: http://bit.ly/AMEX_YouTube
Facebook: http://facebook.com/amexserve
Twitter: http://twitter.com/amexserve

The Spent: Looking For Change Q&A Special
The Spent: Looking For Change Q&A Special

Spent: Looking for Change is a documentary highlighting the high costs to having to live outside the traditional banking system, and how unbelievably expensive it is to be underserved. Many hard-working Americans spiral into financial disaster every year, and its so much easier than you might think. But what went into making the film? And how can we even begin solve the seemingly un-solvable questions surrounding financial turmoil?

Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks leads a question and answer segment with Derek Doneen (Director of Spent: Looking for Change), Jennifer Tescher (President and CEO of CFSI), Dan Schulman (American Express), and Davis Guggenheim (An Inconvenient Truth, Waiting for Superman).

Watch the documentary here:
http://youtu.be/YAxL4TB6pmQ

Spent: Looking for Change is a film about everyday Americans without the financial options most of us take for granted and the movement giving them renewed hope. To find out more and take action, visit http://spentmovie.com/.

Turning to pawn shops, check cashing services, and using payday loans to meet basic financial needs can be costly for many of us, with $89 billion a year going to fees and interest* for using these types of alternative financial services.

It's time for change. New technology, new ideas and encouraging dialogue around this issue can help make managing money simple and more affordable.

American Express is presenting this documentary to help improve financial inclusion in the United States. Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim is the executive producer of the documentary which is narrated by Tyler Perry and directed by Derek Doneen.

*Source: CFSI, November 2013 Market Sizing Report
SUBSCRIBE to the AMEX Channel: http://bit.ly/AMEX_YouTube
Facebook: http://facebook.com/amexserve
Twitter: http://twitter.com/amexserve

Davis Guggenheim on Spent: Looking for Change
Davis Guggenheim on Spent: Looking for Change

Davis Guggenheim is an American director and producer, known for his work on films and documentaries including An Inconvenient Truth, It Might Get Loud, and Waiting for 'Superman.' Now, he's producing Spent: Waiting for Change, working alongside The Young Turks. Why are the stories of the families excluded from the mainstream banking institution so important? He explains it all, along with his film on Malala Yousafzai to Cenk Uygur.

Watch the documentary here:
http://youtu.be/YAxL4TB6pmQ

Spent: Looking for Change is a film about everyday Americans without the financial options most of us take for granted and the movement giving them renewed hope. To find out more and take action, visit http://spentmovie.com/.

Turning to pawn shops, check cashing services, and using payday loans to meet basic financial needs can be costly for many of us, with $89 billion a year going to fees and interest* for using these types of alternative financial services.

It's time for change. New technology, new ideas and encouraging dialogue around this issue can help make managing money simple and more affordable.

American Express is presenting this documentary to help improve financial inclusion in the United States. Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim is the executive producer of the documentary which is narrated by Tyler Perry and directed by Derek Doneen.

*Source: CFSI, November 2013 Market Sizing Report
SUBSCRIBE to the AMEX Channel: http://bit.ly/AMEX_YouTube
Facebook: http://facebook.com/amexserve
Twitter: http://twitter.com/amexserve

Spent: Looking for Change Director Derek Doneen
Spent: Looking for Change Director Derek Doneen

Derek Doneen is the director of Spent: Looking for Change-- a story of hardworking Americans held back by a broken financial system. Why did he want to tell these stories? Why are these stories so important? Derek discusses it all with TYT's Dave Rubin.

Watch the documentary here:
http://youtu.be/YAxL4TB6pmQ

Spent: Looking for Change is a film about everyday Americans without the financial options most of us take for granted and the movement giving them renewed hope. To find out more and take action, visit http://spentmovie.com/.

Turning to pawn shops, check cashing services, and using payday loans to meet basic financial needs can be costly for many of us, with $89 billion a year going to fees and interest* for using these types of alternative financial services.

It's time for change. New technology, new ideas and encouraging dialogue around this issue can help make managing money simple and more affordable.

American Express is presenting this documentary to help improve financial inclusion in the United States. Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim is the executive producer of the documentary which is narrated by Tyler Perry and directed by Derek Doneen.

*Source: CFSI, November 2013 Market Sizing Report
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Nathalia Ramos - Stay Informed and Educated (Spent: Looking for Change Premiere)
Nathalia Ramos - Stay Informed and Educated (Spent: Looking for Change Premiere)

Actress Nathalia Ramos talks to TYT's Dave Rubin at the Spent: Looking for Change premiere. Talking about money is considered taboo by many, but what about when finance becomes a huge problem?

Watch the documentary here:
http://youtu.be/YAxL4TB6pmQ

Spent: Looking for Change is a film about everyday Americans without the financial options most of us take for granted and the movement giving them renewed hope. To find out more and take action, visit http://spentmovie.com/.

Turning to pawn shops, check cashing services, and using payday loans to meet basic financial needs can be costly for many of us, with $89 billion a year going to fees and interest* for using these types of alternative financial services.

It's time for change. New technology, new ideas and encouraging dialogue around this issue can help make managing money simple and more affordable.

American Express is presenting this documentary to help improve financial inclusion in the United States. Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim is the executive producer of the documentary which is narrated by Tyler Perry and directed by Derek Doneen.

*Source: CFSI, November 2013 Market Sizing Report
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Justin Dickenson - His Story Featured in Spent: Looking for Change
Justin Dickenson - His Story Featured in Spent: Looking for Change

Justin Dickenson is featured in Spent: Looking for Change, telling his story of his life outside the banking system, and the surprising difficulties and costs that come along with it. TYT's Dave Rubin talks to Justin about his story and why it matters.

Watch the documentary here:
http://youtu.be/YAxL4TB6pmQ

Spent: Looking for Change is a film about everyday Americans without the financial options most of us take for granted and the movement giving them renewed hope. To find out more and take action, visit http://spentmovie.com/.

Turning to pawn shops, check cashing services, and using payday loans to meet basic financial needs can be costly for many of us, with $89 billion a year going to fees and interest* for using these types of alternative financial services.

It's time for change. New technology, new ideas and encouraging dialogue around this issue can help make managing money simple and more affordable.

American Express is presenting this documentary to help improve financial inclusion in the United States. Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim is the executive producer of the documentary which is narrated by Tyler Perry and directed by Derek Doneen.

*Source: CFSI, November 2013 Market Sizing Report
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Ben Mankiewicz -  Don't be Scared to Know & Talk About Money
Ben Mankiewicz - Don't be Scared to Know & Talk About Money

Ben Mankiewicz of The Young Turks and Turner Classic Movies is familiar with talking about the problem of money in politics, but today he talks about the everyday problems people face when trying to deal with banks and loans. 70 million Americans are out of the banking system, and the system needs some serious change.

Watch the documentary here:
http://youtu.be/YAxL4TB6pmQ

Spent: Looking for Change is a film about everyday Americans without the financial options most of us take for granted and the movement giving them renewed hope. To find out more and take action, visit http://spentmovie.com/.

Turning to pawn shops, check cashing services, and using payday loans to meet basic financial needs can be costly for many of us, with $89 billion a year going to fees and interest* for using these types of alternative financial services.

It's time for change. New technology, new ideas and encouraging dialogue around this issue can help make managing money simple and more affordable.

American Express is presenting this documentary to help improve financial inclusion in the United States. Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim is the executive producer of the documentary which is narrated by Tyler Perry and directed by Derek Doneen.

*Source: CFSI, November 2013 Market Sizing Report
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Jason Ritter on Understanding Our Economy Together
Jason Ritter on Understanding Our Economy Together

Actor Jason Ritter came to the Spent: Looking for Change premiere to learn more about a huge problem-- people outside the banking system become crippled by massive fees they incur just trying to stay afloat. It's important to understand and learn what's going on, why, and how we can help, as he tells TYT's Dave Rubin.

Watch the documentary here:
http://youtu.be/YAxL4TB6pmQ

Spent: Looking for Change is a film about everyday Americans without the financial options most of us take for granted and the movement giving them renewed hope. To find out more and take action, visit http://spentmovie.com/.

Turning to pawn shops, check cashing services, and using payday loans to meet basic financial needs can be costly for many of us, with $89 billion a year going to fees and interest* for using these types of alternative financial services.

It's time for change. New technology, new ideas and encouraging dialogue around this issue can help make managing money simple and more affordable.

American Express is presenting this documentary to help improve financial inclusion in the United States. Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim is the executive producer of the documentary which is narrated by Tyler Perry and directed by Derek Doneen.

*Source: CFSI, November 2013 Market Sizing Report
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Why Tiffany Richardson Shared Her Story in Spent: Looking for Change Documentary
Why Tiffany Richardson Shared Her Story in Spent: Looking for Change Documentary

Tiffany Richardson is a real nurse whose story is detailed in Spent: Looking for Change. She was an educated professional with a good job, but when her mother faced serious health complications, her life was turned upside down. Why did Tiffany share her deeply personal story of payday loans and financial struggle in such a public way? She explains to TYT's Dave Rubin.

Watch the documentary here:
http://youtu.be/YAxL4TB6pmQ

Spent: Looking for Change is a film about everyday Americans without the financial options most of us take for granted and the movement giving them renewed hope. To find out more and take action, visit http://spentmovie.com/.

Turning to pawn shops, check cashing services, and using payday loans to meet basic financial needs can be costly for many of us, with $89 billion a year going to fees and interest* for using these types of alternative financial services.

It's time for change. New technology, new ideas and encouraging dialogue around this issue can help make managing money simple and more affordable.

American Express is presenting this documentary to help improve financial inclusion in the United States. Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim is the executive producer of the documentary which is narrated by Tyler Perry and directed by Derek Doneen.

*Source: CFSI, November 2013 Market Sizing Report
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TYT COO Steve Oh on the Importance of Spent: Looking for Change
TYT COO Steve Oh on the Importance of Spent: Looking for Change

Steve Oh is the Chief Operating Officer of The Young Turks, who is distributing the documentary, Spent: Looking for Change. Many of the under-served don't have access to banks and rely on pre-paid cards, but they aren't the easy solution flashy commercials might have you think. Fees pile up, making a tough financial situation even tougher. Steve Oh talks the Dave Rubin about how simple mistakes can turn into huge financial problems and TYT's involvement with "Spent."

Watch the documentary here:
http://youtu.be/YAxL4TB6pmQ

Spent: Looking for Change is a film about everyday Americans without the financial options most of us take for granted and the movement giving them renewed hope. To find out more and take action, visit http://spentmovie.com/.

Turning to pawn shops, check cashing services, and using payday loans to meet basic financial needs can be costly for many of us, with $89 billion a year going to fees and interest* for using these types of alternative financial services.

It's time for change. New technology, new ideas and encouraging dialogue around this issue can help make managing money simple and more affordable.

American Express is presenting this documentary to help improve financial inclusion in the United States. Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim is the executive producer of the documentary which is narrated by Tyler Perry and directed by Derek Doneen.

*Source: CFSI, November 2013 Market Sizing Report
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Ted Gonder - Financial Education is Key (Spent: Looking For Change Premiere)
Ted Gonder - Financial Education is Key (Spent: Looking For Change Premiere)

Ted Gonder from Moneythink discusses his partnership with American Express to discuss the youth financial mentor-ship program they've brought to teenagers in Clarkesdale. Many young people fall into financial spirals that can be prevented with proper education, which is why equipping young people with the right knowledge to make good decisions.

Watch the documentary here:
http://youtu.be/YAxL4TB6pmQ

Spent: Looking for Change is a film about everyday Americans without the financial options most of us take for granted and the movement giving them renewed hope. To find out more and take action, visit http://spentmovie.com/.

Turning to pawn shops, check cashing services, and using payday loans to meet basic financial needs can be costly for many of us, with $89 billion a year going to fees and interest* for using these types of alternative financial services.

It's time for change. New technology, new ideas and encouraging dialogue around this issue can help make managing money simple and more affordable.

American Express is presenting this documentary to help improve financial inclusion in the United States. Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim is the executive producer of the documentary which is narrated by Tyler Perry and directed by Derek Doneen.

*Source: CFSI, November 2013 Market Sizing Report
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Josh Peck: 'Information is Power' (Spent: Looking for Change Premiere)
Josh Peck: 'Information is Power' (Spent: Looking for Change Premiere)

Actor Josh Peck attends the Spent: Looking for Change premiere, talking to TYT's Dave Rubin on the big issues of financial dealings outside the banking system, and why its important to confront the issues and questions head on.

Watch the documentary here:
http://youtu.be/YAxL4TB6pmQ

Spent: Looking for Change is a film about everyday Americans without the financial options most of us take for granted and the movement giving them renewed hope. To find out more and take action, visit http://spentmovie.com/.

Turning to pawn shops, check cashing services, and using payday loans to meet basic financial needs can be costly for many of us, with $89 billion a year going to fees and interest* for using these types of alternative financial services.

It's time for change. New technology, new ideas and encouraging dialogue around this issue can help make managing money simple and more affordable.

American Express is presenting this documentary to help improve financial inclusion in the United States. Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim is the executive producer of the documentary which is narrated by Tyler Perry and directed by Derek Doneen.

*Source: CFSI, November 2013 Market Sizing Report
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Victoria Justice  Speaks Out at the Spent: Looking for Change Premiere
Victoria Justice Speaks Out at the Spent: Looking for Change Premiere

Victoria Justice attends the premiere of the documentary, Spent: Looking for Change, talking to TYT host Dave Rubin about the larger but unsaid financial problems many face, and being open to understanding and making change.

Watch the documentary here:
http://youtu.be/YAxL4TB6pmQ

Spent: Looking for Change is a film about everyday Americans without the financial options most of us take for granted and the movement giving them renewed hope. To find out more and take action, visit http://spentmovie.com/.

Turning to pawn shops, check cashing services, and using payday loans to meet basic financial needs can be costly for many of us, with $89 billion a year going to fees and interest* for using these types of alternative financial services.

It's time for change. New technology, new ideas and encouraging dialogue around this issue can help make managing money simple and more affordable.

American Express is presenting this documentary to help improve financial inclusion in the United States. Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim is the executive producer of the documentary which is narrated by Tyler Perry and directed by Derek Doneen.

*Source: CFSI, November 2013 Market Sizing Report
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How Wolf-PAC Changes Minds - Money Out of Politics! (w/ Mike Monetta)
How Wolf-PAC Changes Minds - Money Out of Politics! (w/ Mike Monetta)

We the people have the power to removed the influence of money from politics and the power to remove corporate personhood. Wolf-PAC is the super PAC started by Cenk Uygur to fight for a 28th Amendment for campaign finance reform, to return democracy to the people. But how do we remove the corrupting power of money from the corrupt members of Congress? There is a way, believe it or not, to unite over party lines to correct the Congress that sold the people out. Wolf-PAC makes headway with state representatives, and Mike Monetta is the Director of Organizing for the movement. Think the fight is impossible? Cenk Uygur sits down with Mike Monetta to show the world that it isn't.

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Political Statements in Porn?! Interview w/ Dave Pounder
Political Statements in Porn?! Interview w/ Dave Pounder

Dave Pounder has appeared in over 100 adult films, and he's the author of "Obscene Thoughts: A Pornographer's Perspective on Sex, Love, and Dating" and the creator of the documentary, " Risky Business: A Look Inside America's Adult Film Industry." He's made somewhat unusual choices in adult movies he's appeared in; for example, he won't appear in sex scenes that are degrading to women or film anal sex scenes. But on top of that, he's got a message-- porn is a sociopolitical statement. How is that? And how can negative feelings and stereotypes about sex be lifted? And is monogamy a lie-- both emotionally and biologically? How do men and women react differently to infidelity?

Cenk Uygur discusses it all and much more in this fascinating, in-depth interview with Dave Pounder here on TYT Interviews.

More on Dave Pounder: davepounder.com/

More on Risky Business: A Look Inside America's Adult Film Industry: http://riskybusinessthemovie.com/

More on Obscene Thoughts: A Pornographer's Perspective on Sex, Love, and Dating: http://amazon.com/Obscene-Thoughts-Pornographers-Perspective-Dating/dp/1479203068

Nikki Deloach - 'Awkward' Life and Learning to Succeed
Nikki Deloach - 'Awkward' Life and Learning to Succeed

Nikki Deloach is one of the stars of the hit MTV show, "Awkward" where she plays a young mom who revels in her teenage daughter's sex life. But Nikki herself lives in a much more down-to-earth way! What was it like for her starting out so young in the New Mickey Mouse Club? What was it like working alongside Justin Timberlake, and even dating fellow NSYN bandmate, JC Chasez? Nikki was also part of the girl-band "Innosense" headed by the infamous Lou Pearlman! How did she mitigate being one of many, many people who were deeply swindled by him? How has the industry changed? How did she learn to trust again and keep up her positive point of view in the industry? Can failure really shape a person for the better?

Cenk Uygur discusses it all and more in this in-depth interview on Hollywood, ego, empathy and more with actress Nikki Deloach!

Follow Nikki: https://twitter.com/nikkideloach

War Crimes and Dehumanizing the Enemy w/ Journalist, Nick Turse
War Crimes and Dehumanizing the Enemy w/ Journalist, Nick Turse

Nick Turse is the renowned writer and investigative journalist who's written for the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and the BBC; he is currently a fellow of The Nation Institute as well as the managing editor of the blog TomDispatch.com.

Turse is also the writer of Kill Anything That Moves, a chronicle on of Vietnamese civilian suffering at the hands of U.S. troops during the Vietnam War. He wrote the book using public record as well as interviews with real veterans, uncovering unbelievable findings about the U.S. Government's role against its own solders. Human death was incentivized, according to these troops, turning morality on its head. Why were innocent women, children, and Vietnamese civilians the troops were supposedly protecting killed in cold blood? Why were human beings robbed of their humanity, and how does it continue to on in modern-day warfare?

Cenk Uygur discusses all this and more with Nick Turse in this in-depth interview.

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But "Kill anything That Moves" here: http://amazon.com/Kill-Anything-That-Moves-American/dp/1250045061

Fight For Women's Health Rights with Katie Klabusich
Fight For Women's Health Rights with Katie Klabusich

Katie Klabusich is an activist fighting for women's reproductive rights, defending bodily autonomy and to keep abortions legal. Not only does she fight for reproductive rights on the legislative level, she also helps women seeking abortions break through intimidating protest lines and misleading pregnancy crisis centers outside of clinics.

Why did abortion become such a huge part of conservative politicians' agendas, and why is the public safety element all but forgotten? How are health rights and free speech rights mitigated?Ana Kasparian discusses all this and more in this in-depth interview with Katie Klabusich.

More on Katie: http://katiespeak.com/

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https://twitter.com/Katie_Speak

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Russell Simmons - 'Be Still And Be Successful'
Russell Simmons - 'Be Still And Be Successful'

Russell Simmons - founder of Def Jam and Phat Farm, majority shareholder for Global Grind - is famous for his huge career as a hip hop, clothing, media, and all-around business magnate. He's also well-known for his philosophy and social activism. Simmons is undoubtedly very busy, but today he reveals the secret to happiness and personal success-- staying still? In his new book, "Success Through Stillness," Simmons explains the power of meditation and the transformative power something that seems so simple can have over your life.

Russell Simmons talks about all this and more in this special interview with Cenk Uygur!

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The Legend, Larry King - Interviews & Real Political Thoughts
The Legend, Larry King - Interviews & Real Political Thoughts

Larry King is nothing short of THE name in talk shows- he rose from hunble radio beginnings to the most preeminent interview and news shows in the world. But how did he get there? How did he transition from humble and scared radio host to CNN and OraTV's biggest host? Now that he's departed CNN, what can he say is his real political point of view? What happened in his infamous Jerry Seinfeld interview? What is the first question he would ask Osama bin Laden?

Larry King sits down with Cenk Uygur to discuss all this, plus the choices that shaped his career, which is still running strong.

'The Doors' Unhinged- Drummer John Densmore on Politics
'The Doors' Unhinged- Drummer John Densmore on Politics

John Densmore is the drummer of the legendary band, "The Doors." Today he talks all about discord in the group, Jim Morrison, the power of music, and selling out. Densmore is also a vocal political activist- why has he continued to write and speak for liberal causes? Where does he stand on civil disobedience? Can you actually police morality, or is it futile? And why won't Obama return his calls anymore?

John Densmore talks about all these vital topic, the untold history of The Doors, and even drums to a Jim Morrison Poem with Ana Kasparian.

Click here to buy John Densmore's book, The Doors Unhinged:
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The Real Injustice of the Zimmerman Trial (w/ Lisa Bloom)
The Real Injustice of the Zimmerman Trial (w/ Lisa Bloom)

Many people feel there were huge mistakes and injustices in the George Zimmerman shooting trial for the death of Trayvon Martin. Lisa Bloom, a prolific civil rights attorney, legal analyst, and formerly of TruTV's Lisa Bloom: Open Court legal news show, felt this way, and she's reopened what exactly happened in this court case and where it all went wrong to examine the facts. Why did the prosecution drop the ball in so many ways? What questionable arguments did the defense successfully make? Why wasn't there more of an effort to make a prosecution?

Cenk Uygur interviews Lisa Bloom on her expert opinion, and what she uncovered through writing her book, Suspicion Nation: The Inside Story of the Trayvon Martin Injustice and Why We Continue to Repeat It.

Visit Lisa Bloom's website here: http://lisabloom.com/

Buy "Suspicion Nation" here: http://amazon.com/Suspicion-Nation-Trayvon-Injustice-Continue/dp/161902327X

Follow Lisa Bloom on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LisaBloom

Russian Revolution with Chess Master Anthony Saidy (Interview + Game!)
Russian Revolution with Chess Master Anthony Saidy (Interview + Game!)

Anthony Saidy is a chess master who lived in the Soviet Union (the world center for Chess at the time) for several years during the Cold War era. Now, we seem to be in a somewhat similar situation with the U.S.S.R. He's also the author of "1983, The Novel," a fictional take on the Soviet's two vital classes- dissident intellectuals and the lesser-known working class. What if the two groups had worked together to form a new society? Dave Koller discusses 1983, chess, Russia, and even plays a game of chess with Master Anthony Saidy here on TYT Interviews.

Buy "1983, a Dialectical Novel" by Anthony Saidy here: http://1983thenovel.com/

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