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Greenpeace’s Ryan Schleeter joins us to discuss the environmental impacts of Trump’s executive orders, tens of thousands protest Trump’s Muslim ban at airports around the country, and what happens when the executive branch defies judicial orders. Photo credit: Courtesy of Ryan Schleeter
Sarah Jaffe on the anti-Trump protests in Philly, why Democrats need to tie mainstream Republicans to Donald Trump, and how do you combat the Trump propaganda machine. Photo credit: John Knefel
Muslim and Immigration groups rally in New York City in opposition to Trump executive orders on travel and sanctuary cities, and Trump’s crippling insecurity. Photo credit: John Knefel
#ResistTrumpTuesdays stage actions across the country, and Trump silences government scientists, threatens Chicago with federal intervention, and signals he will implement the Muslim ban. Also, why did Elizabeth Warren vote to confirm Ben Carson? Photo credit: John Knefel
Trump reinstates the global gag rule, Israel announces 2,500 new settlements in the West Bank, and David Brooks has some advice for women. Photo credit: Via Wikimedia
Frontline’s Michael Kirk on Trump’s Road To The White House, millions across the country turn out for the Women’s March, and the Internet celebrates a Nazi getting punched.  Black Bloc Photo credit: John Knefel
Hints at what policing under Trump will look like, the disastrous Price hearing, what two offices in the DOJ tell us about Obama’s legacy, and thoughts on Obama’s legacy after eight years in office. Photo credit: By Pete Souza, The Obama-Biden Transition Project 
Jeff Sharlet on the fundamentalist cabinet, Rick Perry didn’t know what the Energy Department did when he agreed to run it, and today is the inauguration. Photo credit: Courtesy of Jeff Sharlet
The DeVos hearing shows her total incompetence for the job of Education Secretary, Obama commutes the remainder of Chelsea Manning’s prison sentence, and Trump describes his hero in a very Trump way. Photo credit: By Keith A. Almli  
Frontline’s Michael Kirk on his new documentary the Divided States of America, Trump’s lesser-known advisor raises concerns, and Trump goes after John Lewis. Photo: Courtesy of Frontline
Antonia Juhasz on Tillerson and Exxon, DOJ looks at Comey, and listener mail
Cory Booker faces backlash over prescription drug vote, GOP blocks amendment to protect CHIP, Pompeo wants a holy war, and Happy Martin Luther King Jr day.
Trump doesn’t even pretend to avoid conflicts of interest as president, the Senate paves the way to dismantle the ACA, and the terrifying implications of Trump saying “I won.”
Trump was briefed by intelligence heads on Russia’s attempts to influence him, Buzzfeed publishes the underlying documents, Sessions faces Congress, and Obama’s farewell speech.
Lane Moore on her show Tinder Live, and a round up of a very busy week on Capitol Hill. Photo credit: Via Wikimedia
The window is closing for cleared detainees at Guantanamo Bay, a Golden Globes recap, and listener mail. Photo credit: John Knefel      
Hints at what Trump’s education policy might look like, Trump’s pick for DNI, and listener mail. Photo credit: Via Wikimedia
Guy joins us to discuss the Kurdish revolution in Rojava, the bizarre and shifting status of the CIA and FBI, and listener mail. Photo credit: By United States federal government – http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/50/403m.html Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=981534
Donald Trump, Trump transition, Congress, GOP, Paul Ryan, listener mail
The emerging trend of equating fascists and anti-fascists, and listener mail. Photo credit: Antifascists, By Mohammed Abushaban – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=9524931
What Trump’s refugee resettlement policy could look like, and listener mail. Photo credit: Via Wikimedia
New Years Resolutions, and listener mail. Photo credit: Via Wikimedia

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