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Joe discusses Elizabeth Warren's appearance on The Breakfast Club and how media members disingenuously spread "controversial"…
Candidate Profile: Kamala Harris. Also, we review new movie, ‘Brightburn’ and preview Jo Schornikow’s BTR Live Studio…
Robert Mueller spoke publicly for the first time about the conclusions of the Mueller report, Mitch McConnell is a constant…
Some rules are meant to be broken. Others should be ignored entirely.
Joe talks about the media's framing of the Mueller Report and investigation in light of Robert Mueller's statement yesterday.
Bernie Sanders unveils two policies to benefit workers, author Jennifer Silva gets to the heart of millenials, and the Washington…
We got a sneak peak at the updated SummerStage at Central Park.
‘Dear Scarlet’ is a poignant and deeply personal journey through the complexities of new motherhood, offering hope to those…
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss Robert Mueller's statement, the potential for impeachment, Trump's inevitable spin and…
A look at the European Parliamentary elections, Theresa May’s personal Brexit, the election in India, and how to connect the…
Jo talks about what it’s been like to live life on the road since retiring and how her travels have given her a new perspective…
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss Trump's Kim Jong Un comments, his muddled foreign policy and ongoing battle with the House…
Still want to ride that high from Mother’s Day? Then do we have the show for you. All moms, all true, and best of all—all…
The Washington Post treats Elizabeth Warren's history of billing hours as a lawyer as some sort of hypocrisy, thoughts on Moby's…
Sarah Walko is a multi-media artist whose work is inspired by literature and by the structure of storytelling
David Tomasi joins the show to discuss his recent study exploring the effects of prescribing nutritional and exercise plans in…
The Washington Post treats Elizabeth Warren's history of billing hours as a lawyer as some sort of hypocrisy, thoughts on Moby's…
Joe discusses the recent trend of tossing milkshakes at far right politicians and why it's such an effective nonviolent protest.
Jared Kushner is miraculously still in charge of the middle east, Trump is pardoning war criminals to trigger the libs, and John…
Our 2019 Summer Movie Preview. Review and Discussion of Olivia Wilde’s ‘Booksmart.’ And a preview of DAD’s upcoming BTR…
Stanley Fritz (@StanFritz) joins the show to discuss Let's Not Be Trash, his piece about Alabama's abortion ban, and communicating…
The IRS can’t refuse the subpoena for Trump’s tax records, Don McGahn is a no show for his Congressional testimony, and more…
The New York Times bestselling historical novelist delivers her biggest, boldest, and most ambitious novel yet—a sweeping…
J.McVay returns to discuss the series finale of Game of Thrones and how television has evolved and changed the way we view it.
We talk with Gabrielle Schonder, producer and reporter on the new Frontline documentary Supreme Revenge. Also, the disingenuous…
In this episode, Molly shares her thoughts on the drawbacks of too much screen time.
Everybody knows your name when you're there. But what’s the name really worth?
In Part 2, Robin Marty discusses possible political recourse to anti-abortion legislation, preparing for a Post-Roe v. Wade…
Missouri passes an 8 week abortion ban, a Mueller scandal roundup, and Bret Stephens throws a hissy fit about…
Kirk Maynard is a mixed media artist and educator whose work focuses on the political undercurrents of culture and identity in…
Writer and activist Robin Marty joins the show to discuss recent anti-abortion legislation, why abortion is such a galvanizing…
The New York Times exists to make conservatives feel comfortable, and a listener mail catch up. photo courtesy of Lorie…
A look back at a week in our coverage of music, culture, fitness, food and politics.
Joe reacts to recent anti-abortion legislation, feelings of political helplessness and the importance of continuing the…
The takes on Alabama are just so, so hot, and a roundup of immigration and Iran news. Kay Ivey photo by Tech. Sgt. Matthew…
Our favorite performers, directos, and more from the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival. Discussion of new Swedish sci-fi film,…
Here are the stories that changed our lives or briefly entertained us this week.
Bill Marcellino joins the show to discuss the RAND Corporation's recent report which found U.S. journalism has become more…
A group of white men in Alabama has effectively banned abortion completely. photo courtesy of internets_dairy via Wikimedia…
A powder extracted from a Latin American flower has been called the most dangerous drug in the world. But separating fact from…
What makes a child successful in life? What about raising a successful student? These questions and more answered in one of the…
Carl Beijer (@carlbeijer) joins the show to discuss the merits of Democratic presidential candidates appearing on Fox News and his…
Stephen Miller wanted to conduct coordinated nationwide ICE raids, John Bolton rachets up his desire to go war with Iran, and…
Jane talks about how being the oldest sibling taught her to take the lead and delegate when it came to chores and responsibilities…
J.McVay returns to discuss Game of Thrones' penultimate episode, including Dany's heel turn and Cersei's lame death.
We spend the hour on two pieces about far right conservatism and youth. Make American Great Again photo courtesy of James…
Mary Sue used to be a useful term in a very narrow context. Today, it only means confused anger at women.
Shaina Lynn is a New Orleans-born, LA-based actress, writer, poet, Afro-Futurist, and multimedia artist that demands the healing…
Knicks Film School creator Jeff Bellone discusses New York's desire for Kevin Durant, other free agency hypotheticals, potential…
College students are going hungry, and new tent cities in Texas. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons
A compilation of our favorite stories from this week. In West Philadelphia, Empath Was Born & Hell Was…
Jeff Bellone returns to discuss the New York Knicks 2018-19 season, from the Kristaps Porzingis trade to Mitchell Robinson's…
More thoughts on Georgia’s anti-abortion bill, and the latest escalation between Trump and Congress.   Memorial to…
Our favorite films from the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival and a preview of Thumpasaurus’ BTR Live Studio session.
The poet, musician, cartoonist, producer and author passed away 20 years ago today, but his art lives on.
Here are the stories that changed our lives or briefly entertained us this week.
Joe discusses Meghan McCain's appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers and Marco Rubio's hardline stand against the Trump…
New New York Times Reporting shows that Trump lost almost a billion dollars from the 80s to the 90s, and Georgia’s new heartbeat…
The food creators in Netflix's new food series are as far from celebrity chefs as you can get.
When a young woman leaves her family—and the civilized world—to join an off-the-grid community headed by an enigmatic…
J.McVay (@thejlm) returns to discuss the most recent episode of Game of Thrones, including weird narrative choices, uneven…
Israeli violence escalates towards Gaza and the Times coverage of it is typically orientalist, a new report on the devastating…
Daqwan talks about some of the things that have made him lose trust in his brother and where he hopes their relationship will go…
Not all punk rock girls are crazy and doped up but you’d never know that from the movies.
Joe talks about Mitch McConnell's gaslighting speech on the Senate floor and discusses the value of real-time fact checking.
A WNYC story on family separation in the hands of child protective workers. Rally to end family separation in Cleveland,…
A newly published comical reference tome is in truth just another entry in the vast southern propaganda mill. It's time to admit…
Jay Milder is an American artist and a figurative expressionist painter of the second generation New York School
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss the NRA's financial and legal troubles and how their more aggressive policies have played into…
We talk with Elizabeth Leiter, producer of the new Frontline documentary “The Abortion Divide.” Also, a Buzzfeed story on a…
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss Attorney General William Barr's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee and how an AG…
Candidate Profile: Kirsten Gillibrand. Also, we review new movie, ‘Avengers: Endgame’ and preview Strawberry Generation’s…
William Barr testified on Wednesday but refused to testify on Thursday, Pete Buttigeig’s Vogue photo shoot makes us all want to…
Here are the stories that changed our lives or briefly entertained us this week.
Joe discusses Joe Biden's comments about Dick Cheney and how Biden's candidacy directly mirrors Hillary Clinton's from…
Robert Mueller negates Barr’s characterization of the Mueller report, the attempted coup in Venezuela, and listener…
A Genius, a Con Man, and the Secret History of the Internet's Rise.
J.McVay returns to discuss Game of Thrones, including the Battle of Winterfell, Jon Snow's terrible battle strategy, Arya killing…
The Trump administration introduces more restrictions on asylum, moves to classify the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist…
After sharing about some of the places he’s lived, Rafael talks about the places he and his service dog, Maria, plan to travel…