All posts byTabetha Wallace
Tabetha Wallace is cohost for the political talk show Watching The Hawks on RT America with Tyrel Ventura and Sean Stone. She brings an honest, main street approach to the issues with a street smart millennial edge. Her passion for the rights of the common man, her strong belief in honesty and her tough Midwestern attitude set her apart from the talking heads of mainstream media. Ms. Wallace has a diverse background in media having worked at Newsweek Magazine in 2002, Miramax Films from 2005 to 2006 and for two of the top interactive agencies in the country on the domestic and international marketing campaigns for top grossing studio films. She was also cohost and producer of the internet news show Buzzsaw from 2013 to 2014. Her first book, on America’s infrastructure crisis, will be published in late 2015 and a book of essays in 2016.
Tabetha Wallace on the University of Missouri Hunger Strike: It’s the Duty of the Student to Challenge the Status Quo
Watching The Hawks’ Tabetha Wallace sounds off on the hunger strike that forced the resignation of Mizzou’s president.
Tabetha Wallace on Shaming the Poor, GOP Style!
American legislators, especially, conservatives are making it their mission to win the imaginary war on food stamp fraud.
A problem, much like voter fraud, that simply isn’t a real problem.
Tabetha Wallace: Amtrak Accidents Are No Accident
In the first 2 months of 2015 Amtrak alone has had 18 accidents across the United States. And whether it was a commuter or freight, human error or a freak accident, one thing's for certain: something needs to be done.
Baltimore: A Brief History of the Civil Rights Movement
The city of Baltimore leapt into the national consciousness recently over the death of 25 year old Freddie Gray at the hands of the police. And whether it was rioting or churches walking through the streets singing gospels the mainstream media chose to ignore the obvious.That Baltimore has, and continues to be, a city in need of change. In need of innovation and a new path forward.
Buying The Free Market
Monopolies are a time honored tradition in America from J.P. Morgan’s U.S. Steel to John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil. But as high as these captains of industry rise they must inevitably either sink or stop taking up every dock in the port. Which is why the Sherman Anti-Trust Act was instituted one hundred and twenty-five years ago.