Scheer Intelligence features thoughtful and provocative conversations with "American Originals" -- people who, through a lifetime of engagement with political issues, offer unique and often surprising perspectives on the day's most important issues.
The Russian bounty story is a deadly example of fake news
Maj. Danny Sjursen weighs in on U.S. intelligence agencies’ recent admission that a report that the Taliban had been paid by Russia to kill Americans is most likely false.
The Ruling Class’ Revenge Against Julian Assange
Pulitzer Prize-winner Chris Hedges joins Robert Scheer to discuss the WikiLeaks founder’s plight as he languishes in a British prison.
Whatever Happened to Americans’ Moral Compass?
Journalist and anti-war activist David Harris speaks to Robert Scheer about his resistence to America’s genocide in Vietnam and his education in federal prison.
Black Lives Matter: “When We Fight, We Win”
As the jury was deliberating its verdict in George Floyd’s murder by former police officer Derek Chauvin, BLM co-founder Melina Abdullah spoke with Robert Scheer about the movement’s enormous impact and the work that remains.
Capitalism Killed the Rock-and-Roll Star
Jonathan Taplin joins Robert Scheer to discuss his new memoir about the time he spent among rock-and-roll royalty like Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin.
“Moffie” links white supremacy and homophobia as macho perversions
Writer-director Oliver Hermanus discusses his new film and the complex history of his native South Africa on this week’s “Scheer Intelligence.”
very insightful show
Bob, you have some wonderful guests on the show and I really appreciate all of your insight and the kind of talks you have on this show. i just think that sometimes you don’t give the guests breathing room and space to speak by cutting people off. i think you have the power and intelligence to keep the conversation on a certain course, but need to learn to be comfortable when a guest is saying something thats not contributing to your point and find ways to bring it back to your conversational topic, rather than cutting people off to rephrase the question.
Thank you Robert Scheer for your prescient idea to interview the great Human Being and Poet Laureate of San Francisco Lawrence Ferlinghetti. This podcast is a treasure! The history you share is deep and wide. The influence Lawrence has had on my own life is invaluable. Merci Beaucoup!
Professor Scheer, I will not be listening anymore because you will not stop talking. I did not tune in to hear you ramble on incessantly, but to hear the offerings of your guests. Waiting for you to desist speaking so that your guests can finally speak is no longer an option open to me. Be apprised that this is an audio medium, and your voice and delivery are not optimum. Thank you for Edith Piaf, at least. Non, Je ne regrette rien is always reassuring and life-giving.