Eoin Higgins returns to discuss his recent article on Vice exploring Republicans' voter suppression efforts ahead of the midterm elections.
Dr. Steve Billet is the Director of the Legislative Affairs Masters and Chief of Staff of the Graduate School of Political Management at the George Washington University.
A suspicious package might show up at your Halloween party this year. But don’t fear. It’s just an idiot.
Joe discusses the shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh and calls on major media outlets to address right wing rhetoric more directly.
Don't stress too much about Halloween. Drink some beer and get rowdy at a punk show instead.
Tim Johnson of Media Matters for America joins the show to discuss right wing media's vilification of prominent liberals and that rhetoric's role in this week's pipe bomb scares.
A Democrat in an uphill contest borrows some swagger and charm from famed, fictional paranormal investigators.
Blake Montgomery of BuzzFeed News joins the show to discuss the hoaxes and misinformation surrounding the pipe bombs sent to prominent liberals yesterday.
J.McVay joins the show to discuss the suspicious packages sent to prominent Democrats and how right wing media figures are painting the thwarted bombings as a false flag.
A new report from the International Drug Policy Consortium details the destructive drug policy over the last decade.
In Part 2, Marie Nougier discusses the advocacy and objectives of the IDPC's report on the U.N.'s failed global war on drugs.
Marie Nougier joins the show to discuss the International Drug Policy Consortium's (IDPC) report exposing the U.N's failed global war on drugs over the last decade.
We're keeping fit, drinking way too much coffee, and bumping Halloween tunes as fall kicks into high gear.
Sarah McClure joins the show to discuss her recent study that found evidence of 7,200-year-old cheese-making on the Dalmatian Coast in Croatia.
Xavier Persad joins the show to discuss the Human Rights Campaign's Municipal Equality Index, measuring LGBTQ inclusive policies, laws, and accommodations in more than 500 cities across the United States.
The Flyers’ new mascot seems perfect for spooky season. But some memes are meant to stay online.
Joe discusses Elizabeth Warren's decision to publish results of her DNA test and challenge Donald Trump to pay the $1 million he flippantly offered for it.
The sandwich chain's menu pictures are exceedingly mediocre. And that makes them great.
In Part II, Susan Ades Stone and Ranen Miao discuss The Proxy Project, major issues concerning young/potential voters, the power of young activism, lowering the voting age to 17, and more.
Susan Ades Stone and Ranen Miao join the show to discuss The Proxy Project, a unique voter registration initiative focusing on young and disenfranchised voters encouraging people to go to the polls.
What's fall without cosplay, good wine and punk rock? Not a fall we'd want to have.
Joe talks about Eli Manning's career as his time as the New York Giants starting quarterback appears to be coming to a close.
It's getting easier to identify right wing dreck specifically designed to make liberals angry.
Nick Morrow joins the show to discuss National Coming Out Day and Human Rights Campaign's various resources available to people on their coming out journey.
Jane Lytvynenko joins the show to discuss the spread of misinformation and memes in the wake of Taylor Swift's endorsement of Democrats in her home state of Tennessee.
Joe discusses the mockery of #HimToo and why the right's only politically uniting principle is triggering the libs.
Aisling McCrea joins the show to discuss her recent article exploring the intellectual dishonesty and political abstraction of Dave Rubin and similar conservative YouTube talk shows.
DragCon and progressive carbon taxes rule. Brett Kavanaugh and music industry perverts suck.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss the potential electoral impact of Brett Kavanaugh's approval, limits of the FBI investigation and the vote moving onto the Senate floor.
Joe waxes about the Vice trailer and wonders if a hit movie will help remind people of the Bush administration's numerous atrocities, from economic collapse to endless war.
Judicial observers and politicians have long known the Supreme Court nominee to be a politically convenient dolt.
Eoin Higgins returns to discuss Brett Kavnaugh's qualifications for the Supreme Court and what Democratic senators said about him more than 10 years ago.
Christian Bale and his gut should lead Adam McKay & Co. to more Academy Awards
A carbon tax and dividend system could fight climate change and income inequality at the same time.
Sean Sullivan returns to preview the MLB playoffs and offer up his World Series prediction.
BTRtoday Editor-in-Chief Adam Bulger joins the show to discuss Jeff Flake's move to delay the Kavanaugh vote and how the senator's position falls in line with generations of conservative ideology.
The Arizona senator stays on brand with his latest hollow political move.