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Ivanka Trump thinks people should earn their money, Michael Cohen is testifying before Congress, a new proposal outlines the specifics of how Medicare for All would work, and listener mail. photo…
We talk with Joaquin Sapien, correspondent on the new Frontline and Propublica documentary “Right to Fail,” about a court order facilitating people with mental illnesses to live independently in…
The dangers of idealizing a far right and left alliance on foreign policy, and a very good piece about not liking Bernie Sanders. Photo by Slowking4 via Wikimedia Commons
Jeffrey Epstein and Roger Stone both face the possibility of some actual consequences in court, rich people have the most boring ideas about poor people, Kamala Harris wants you to know she does not…
Listener Mason joins us to tell their story of needing an abortion as a 16-year-old with no adult to go to for help. Also, Morning John on the member of the Coast Guard found with a detailed hit list…
CNN hires Sarah Isgur, a former spokeswoman for Jeff Sessions, as a political editor, Bernie Sanders names his campaign manager, a child was arrested for refusing to pledge allegiance, and listener…
Sanders has officially announced that he will run for President in 2020, Elizabeth Warren proposes a slightly means-tested universal childcare policy, and a closer look at the Family Fun Pack, a…
How politicians relationship with weed has changed since the 90s. Photo by David Shankbone via Wikimedia Commons
Trump will declare a national emergency to fund his border wall, NYC organizers successfully scared away Amazon’s headquarters, and catching up on listener mail.     photo by Tomascastelazo…
Eli Valley joins us to discuss the right wing’s weaponization of anti-Semitism, and Morning John on Ilhan Omar’s fantastic questioning of Elliot Abrams.    Photo courtesy of Eli Valley
What happened when a judge visited a federal jail in Brooklyn, it’s been one year since the Parkland school shooting, and thoughts on the Esquire magazine American Boy cover story.     photo…
Representative Ilhan Omar’s tweets criticizing AIPAC sparked a Republican crusade against her, the details of the tentative deal that could keep the government open, and David Brooks names and…
An Intercept story looks at the numbers of arrests in the United States, the APA says that traditional masculinity can hurt boys, and the security theater highlighted by the shutdown. Photo by…
John and Molly catch up on the rolling nightmare happening in Virginia, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez proves she’s just as awesome as she seems on the House floor, and Jeff Bezos makes himself a hero for…
Three stories about FBI shenanigans, Trump and Pence go after New York and Virginia's late term abortion laws, and Amazon continues its union busting in New York. Photo by Nancy Wong via…
Trump invoked the specter of socialism at the State of the Union, the value and differences of Abrams and Sanders’ speeches, Morning John, and listener mail.    Nancy Pelosi photo courtesy…
We’ve banished John to the streets of Manhattan once again, Bernie Sanders angered a lot of people by giving a post State of the Union response after Stacey Abrams, unpacking the Trump inauguration…
Bernie proposes a real estate tax clearly informed by both AOC and Warren, we catch up on Max Boot's love of endless war, and listener mail. Photo by Nick Solari via Wikimedia Commons
Cory Booker is a threat to public education or at least he used to be, and four Democrats say no to additional DHS funding. Photo by Cory Booker via Wikimedia Commons
Jussie Smollet's attack by racist homophobes in Chicago, and Harris backtracks on abolishing private insurance companies. Photo by iDominick via Wikimedia Commons

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