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Wendy Davis stages 13 hour filibuster to protect reproductive rights in Texas, checking in with the Supreme Court's evisceration of the Voting Rights Act and listener mail.
John has returned from Guantanamo with stories of Inspire Magazine and 11-hour court days. Also, David Gregory suggests Glenn Greenwald should be imprisoned, checking in with the Paula Deen story, and maybe some listener mail.
John has returned from Guantanamo with stories of Inspire Magazine and 11-hour court days. Also, David Gregory suggests Glenn Greenwald should be imprisoned, checking in with the Paula Deen story, and maybe some listener mail.
Benjamin Ramos on Puerto Rican independence and political prisoners, more John from Guantanamo Bay, and more thoughts on the late, great Michael Hastings.
Today, we re-air our first live show as a tribute to the remarkable journalist and friend, Michael Hastings, who died Tuesday at the age of 33. This show features Michael, Sarah Knuckey, and Gregory Johnsen. We consider ourselves extraordinarily lucky to have known Michael. He will be intensely missed.
John's back to give us more updates from Guantanamo, the nationwide assault on reproductive rights continues, and lots and lots of listener mail.
John was on This American Life, and he's skyping in from Guantanamo again! Plus, Patton Oswalt pens a thoughtful essay on how and why he has changed his stance on rape culture, and amazing listener mail.
John skypes in from Guantanamo Bay, Melissa Gira Grant on the anti-prostitution pledges being debated in the Supreme Court, and fixing listener lives, one email at a time.
John's first dispatch from Guantanamo Bay, Meredith Clark on Carl Levil blocking a crucial aspect of the military sexual assault bill, the ACLU files a lawsuit challenge to the NSA surveillance program, and continued threats to after-school and childcare
The establishment's discrediting of Edward Snowden and Glenn Greenwald, the Obama DOJ changes course and allows access to Plan B, and listener mail!
Molly is hosting solo and she spent the weekend in the woods while the most important story in recent history got even bigger. Also listener mail!
The NSA knows everything and Glenn Greenwald broke the story, a grand jury refused to indict an 18-year-old rapper for his lyrics, and comedians triple down on the belief that there's no sexism in comedy.
Female senators grill military leaders on their failure to address epidemic of rape and sexual assault in the military, an LGBT activist heckles Michelle Obama, and threats directed at Lindy West for going on TV and saying words about rape culture.
Lindy West and Jim Norton debate on Totally Biased, and the grassroots campaign to hold Facebook accountable for gendered hate speech.
Ryan Devereaux on the conclusion of the Stop and Frisk trial in New York City, and the historic context for the case. Also, a listener letter about Palestine.
Checking your privilege and relationships over labels in the pursuit of being an ally. Also, airstrikes since Obama's national security speech cast confusion over what rules are applied where. And listener mail!

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