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00:00 - Welcome to Radio Dispatch
00:30 - Some business announcements
06:09 - Morning John on the ousting of Rex Tillerson
26:35 - Jesse Myerson on what WV teachers showed us about what’s possible
50:47 - Trump somehow blames Obama for Parkland
59:17 - Credits, “Hallelujah (So Low)” by Editors
60:13 - Finish

Jesse Myerson joins us to talk about the organizing takeaways from the massive strike in West Virginia, Rex Tillerson has been ousted as Secretary of State, and Trump targets Obama era school discipline policies to blame for school shootings.

Jesse Myerson, via Twitter.

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Location: NYC | Host Since: 2010
John and Molly Knefel are journalists, writers, and co-hosts of the daily political podcast Radio Dispatch. John covers foreign…


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