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The Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation process is a bottomless pit.
Morning John on Trump’s thinly veiled white supremacist remarks at the UN and the upcoming Kavanugh vote, and listener mail.
Processing the continued Kavanaugh developments.
Alexis Goldstein joins us to discuss the show of solidarity with Christine Blasey Ford from the Holton Arms school, and Morning John on the second and third allegations against Kavanaugh. Alexis Goldstein, via Twitter
Conservative blogger and lawyer Ed Whelan accused a guy who isn’t Brett Kavanaugh of attacking Dr. Blasey Ford, Elizabeth Bruenig’s story of injustice in her hometown, and listener…
As centrists and Republicans lament the erosion of our norms, the Trump administration lowers the refugee cap and Steve King doubles down on his openly fascist rhetoric.    Steve King photo…
Sally Tamarkin joins us to discuss the oppressive narratives around food and fitness, Morning John on the last 24 hours worth of updates about Dr. Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh, and thoughts on Muppet sexuality.
A story at The Appeal looks closely at how use of force in the Columbus police department is concentrated in a small number of well regarded officers, and authors George Joseph and Ethan Corey join us to discuss.
A woman named Christine Blasey Ford has accused Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault when they were in high school, and Trump denies the official death toll of Hurricane Maria. Brett Kavanaugh Yale…
Jeff Abbott joins us to discuss the Guatemalan president’s effort to shut down the UN backed anti-corruption body. Also, John and Molly catch up on Reality Winner and the Teen Vogue anarchy…
Facebook uses the Weekly Standard as a fact checker, ring-wing media’s despicable attacks on Julia Salazar, and the Republican campaign to attack Medicare for All. Elizabeth Warren photo by…
Two members of the board of If When How, Kimya Forouzan and Dena Robinson, join us to discuss Brett Kavanaugh and protecting Roe v. Wade. If When How, via Twitter
John and Molly discuss the radicalism of Mr. Rogers, and a brief Venezuela overview. Fred Rogers photo by KUHT via Wikimedia Commons
Eli Valley joins us to discuss the New York Democrats’ mailer accusing Cynthia Nixon of anti-Semitism and the normalization of Steve Bannan. Also, Morning John on Bernie’s Amazon bill. Eli…
Kamala Harris and Cory Booker continue to put up a fight against Brett Kavanaugh, well meaning white parents make choices for their kids that perpetuate racism, and listener mail. Kamala…
An anonymous administration official takes to the pages of the New York Times Op Ed section to describe a “quiet resistance” on the inside, Kamala Harris suggests that there’s something to be known about Brett Kavanaugh and the Mueller investigation, children separated from their parents at the border are in New York City and can’t start school, and listener mail.
Sarah Jaffe joins us to discuss how labor organizing is surviving and thriving despite attacks on collective bargaining, and celebrates a farewell to Rahm Emmanuel. Also, Morning John on the Woodward book, the Kavanaugh hearings, and the Massachusetts primary. Sarah Jaffe, via Twitter
Mychal Denzel Smith joins us to discuss the racism of the Florida gubernatorial election and why Trump’s explicit racism doesn’t matter to his base. Also, Morning John on Steve Bannon and the New…
Ryan Schleeter joins us to talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly of climate change news in the US and Canada. Also, Morning John explains the sovereign wealth fund.    Ryan Schleeter, via…
Jesse Myerson joins us to discuss Brett Kavanaugh and the Democrats’ lack of political strategy around blocking him. Also, Morning John does a foreign policy roundup. Jesse Myerson, via Twitter

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