Selling Out

January 8, 2012

Selling out: we talk with two people who’ve vowed never to sell out: Ralph Nader, and Congressman Joe Walsh. Walsh says the Tea Party must be the party of no compromise. Also, someone often accused of selling out: Shepard Fairey; he went from making street art to designing an iconic Obama poster. And, what do punk rock dads call fatherhood? The other F word.

  1. Ralph Nader on Selling Out

    Love him or hate him, presidential candidate and consumer advocate Ralph Nader has stuck to his principles.

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  2. Rep. Joe Walsh (R. IL) on Compromise

    Freshman Representative Joe Walsh is considered the unofficial spokesman for the “no compromise” faction of the Republican majority in the U.S. House of Representatives. 

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  3. The Other F Word

    “The Other F Word" tells the stories of punks from the 80s and 90s, who are now dads. What's the other F word? “Father”, of course.

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  4. Shepard Fairey - from Obey to Hope

    You may not know Shepard Fairey but, you probably know his work. In 2008 he created the now-iconic Obama HOPE poster.

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