Special interest groups and government entities have long used tragic events to pass legislation and score political points. Meanwhile, those at the heart of the tragedies are forgotten in the wake of the political upset and the legislation proposed or passed is often unnecessary and results in more… | Read
Hypocrisy has long been part of political perception, but with Republicans fast-tracking healthcare, Democrats pushing Russian conspiracy, and both sides cackling about leaks, how much deeper can we delve into the political slime? | Read
Jamie Taylor on bomb threats at Jewish institutions, Trump's baseless claims that Obama wiretapped him, the Supreme Court sends the Gavin Grimm case back to the lower court, and listener mail.
NYC stands up for trans students after Trump rolls back protections, a DREAMer is set to be deported after speaking with the media, the US carries out nearly two dozen drone strikes in Yemen, and… | Listen
Attorney General Jeff Sessions mislead Congress on his meetings with the Russian ambassador to the US, Indivisible is doing the work the Democrats aren't, and listener mail.
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BTRtoday writer and podcaster Taia Handlin joins the show to discuss gender identity, common misconceptions therein, and the recent removal of federal protections of transgender students in schools. | Listen
The Making of the President 2016 is the first book by an insider to reveal how and why Trump was elected the 45th President of the United States, despite the “experts” who said it could not happen. | Listen
Peter Ross Range joins the show to discuss Hitler's rise, the psychology of the strongman, and the Trump administration's delegitimization of the press and how it compares to Hitler's in Nazi Germany. | Listen