VisuNews Editor on Jesse Jackson’s Keep Hope Alive

This past weekend I was on Keep Hope Alive with Reverend Jesse Jackson chatting about the North Carolina 9th district and one of the most clear cut cases of election fraud I’ve ever seen.  I was joined by investigative journalist Greg Palast in the second hour.

VisuNews Ep. 22: Trump’s 8 Minutes in Border Wall Heaven

Subscribe: Spotify, iTunes, Podbean Well, the border wall speech is over and the country hasn’t been placed under martial law, and Trump didn’t resign. We’re not just left with the same old status, the media got played by letting Trump get 8mins (really? only 8mins?) of free airtime to spout racist bullshit and a continual…

MARS Season 2: Discussion and Open Boxing

Occasionally we slip in to Visu.News some entertainment stories but as the site moves forwards we’ll be doing more and more of them – when they are politically relevant. A couple of months ago I was on the set of the the National Geographic TV show, MARS. It’s an incredible show, that deals with climate…

VisuNews Podcast: Twitter Bans and Melting ICE

Welcome to episode 14 of the Visu.News podcast. We are one year and 167 days into the Donald J Trump presidency. This week co-founder and journalist Aaron Cynic and myself are chatting with Danielle Corcione about getting banned from social media sites, and the growing fight to abolish ICE. Quick footnote, Danielle was booted off…

Episode 11: Nazi’s Lose And Unions Win

Unions win and Nazi’s lose this week in the news. Subscribe on podbean, or on iTunes. This is the Visu.News podcast. This week my co-host Aaron Cynic and I talk about the two stories that we covered for Visu.News and NationOfChange.org But before we get into the news – I have to remind you As…

Visu.News State of the Union Hangover Party LIVE!

Tonight is the first ever (hopefully last) State of the Union speech from President Trump. Aaron Cynic and Zach D Roberts be live right after the Trump finishes bloviating. TUNE IN and SHARE! Support Zach on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/zdroberts Support Aaron on Patreon at  https://www.patreon.com/AaronCynic

Remembering Charlottesville One Month Later

It was a long weekend for all of us. The story of Charlottesville wasn’t supposed to be like this. Most of us journalists expected to be on our way home soon after the ‘Unite the Right’ rally. Very few had booked hotels for Saturday night. It was supposed to be yet another face-off between the…