Bypassing the Organized Dysfunction

Until reforms like transparent financing and open primaries are implemented, we are left with two choices. One is to wallow in the tragedy of the dysfunction, which too many of us are selecting. Two, we can choose to embrace the amazing methods blossoming around us outside of the mainstream system.

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Book Event: Wednesday April 4th, Barnes and Noble in Paramus, NJ

Dylan will be at the Barnes and Noble in Paramus, NJ on Wednesday night to talk “Greedy Bastards,” the need to create 30 Million Jobs, and how we can create a better, more prosperous economy. Here are all the details on the event.

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Dylan on the Today Show: How to take America back from the ‘Greedy Bastards’

The whole DR Show team is gearing up for another week on the road.  We’re just two days away from kicking off the college leg of our 30 Million jobs tour. To start off the week, Dylan had the chance to stop by the Today Show this morning for a segment with NBC’s Carl Quintanilla.

Here’s their discussion on how communities are starting to address our big national issues at a local/micro level.  Dylan pointed to two inspiring examples that we keep coming back to lately:  the success Dr. Jeffrey Brenner in Camden, NJ  has had in working on health care in a low-income community, and huge leaps Salman Khan has helped students take through his work at the Khan Academy.

Dylan also talks about the ideas behind the 30 Million Jobs tour, and why we’re visiting University of Kentucky, Ohio State and University of Chicago this week.  Here’s the full segment, and a transcript:

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Dylan Talks “Greedy Bastards” on Overheard with Evan Smith

Dylan talks “Greedy Bastards” and the economy with Evan Smith, host of the fantastic longform interview show Overheard with Evan Smith, on PBS stations nationwide. Here’s the full interview.

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Keep Calm and Get Organized

Noah Kass from shares benefits and tips for getting better organized.

Sen. Sanders and Sen. Coburn: Real Conversation About Economy Still Lacking

The DR Show continues The 30 Million Job Tour in Washington, D.C. and is joined by Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., to discuss the debate that leaders should have in order to make progress on fixing the economy.


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