• CORRECTION: We interrupt your regular CNN programming

    Ever get so exasperated with cable news that you wish you could jump on-screen and take over? Our own Julianna Forlano was able to do just that!We now interrupt your regular CNN programming for a much-needed correction.

    Posted by act.tv on Friday, October 30, 2015

    Special sneak peak of my new project

    Hey everyone, Check out this new project I’m working on with Act.TV. This episode is part of the Correction series, where I extract the truth from mainstream media coverage. Leave your thoughts in a comment below, I wanna hear what you think of it~  

  • Ep. 208: To Heal, Otherwise Known as Tikkun

    One of the most important Rabbis in America, Rabbi Michael Lerner is on the show tonight. He’s the founder of Tikkun Magazine and co-founder of The Network of Spiritual Progressives, and author of over nine books, including Healing Israel/Palestine: A Path to Peace and Reconciliation. Listen below:

  • Ep. 207: Berning Hot and Steady at the Debate

    Tonight on the show, David Bender, Political Director for the Progressive Voices Network, is back to give his expert analysis of the first DNC debate. This episode will answer a lot of questions about why Hillary really didn’t win anything in that Las Vegas slug match. Listen below:

  • SEE & SUPPORT BERNIE SANDERS IN NYC!

    Bernie Sanders will be speaking in NYC tomorrow, September 18, 2015! Follow the link below to contribute to Bernie’s fundraiser and get your seat at his first speech in NYC: https://secure.berniesanders.com/page/contribute/NYC?source=em150914

  • Julianna Forlano Show: The Algerian Movie and Bern’in Down The House! (Ep. 202)

    We had all of our favorite segments on the show tonight. Feel the Bern, Reports from Vagistan and The Audacity of Pope! Also on the show, Director Giovanni Zelko, to talk about his award winning movie “The Algerian,” which focuses on Ali, a man with a double life, both a student, and a terrorist sleeper […]

  • Ep. 201: #FeelTheBern! And Is Trump an “Illuminati Puppet”? Or just a Racist One?

    On this episode we cover candidate Bernie Sanders’ recent surge in the polls. We don’t discuss Trump…well, we do, but only by discussing the importance of not discussing him. HA! All that and the 10 year anniversary of hurricane Katrina. “Bobby” Jindal’s idiotic climate change denial also makes a splash… but not in the deadly […]

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