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Despite Joe Biden currently polling ahead of Donald Trump nationally, John Knefel offers a reminder that centrist candidates do not offer a promising outcome against Trump or others who share his ideals.
The president will stir up hatred and culture war until November.
If Democrats blow the 2020 election, it’s on them and their candidate—even if Kanye runs.
Bowman and Booker prove progressive viability in high-profile congressional races.
Media coverage centered on his small Tulsa rally crowd, but mere hours before, Trump butchered his version of a Saturday Night Massacre.
He'll say the election was corrupt, illegal, and rigged against him—even if he wins.
Responsibility chains, intent-behavior gaps, local validators, and incalculable loss… but also koalas and yogurt.
COVID-19 response bungling. Biden’s VP options. News/media roundup. ‘Driveways’ now on VOD. BTR Live Studio w/ Honey Cutt.
No lockdown for Sweden. US economy in decline. NY cancels primary. News/media roundup. Chris Hemsworth in ‘Extraction.’ Music by Marble Arch.
Those who felt the primary was rigged against Sanders all along have even more fuel for their fire.
A preview of the 2020 general election. New movie, Selah and the Spades. And a preview of True Dreams' BTR Live Studio session.
If Dems don’t force mail-in voting into the next coronavirus relief bill, they will have failed.
We listened to Joe Biden’s new podcast and have thoughts. A discussion of Netflix’s ‘Tigertail.’ And a preview of GOLD DIME’s BTR Live Studio session.
Dr. Lynn Jiang, 1 of 2 doctors who began an Instagram account to document health workers on the frontline. Ryan Cooper on Gov. Cuomo. New gerrymander documentary ‘Slay The Dragon.’ And music by Parlor Walls.
As he exits the Democratic primary, it's clear Sanders' political impact is generational.
Rumors about the New York governor and the Democratic favorite have swirled for a couple weeks.
The presumptive Democratic nominee's last public appearance was Tuesday. Over the weekend, Twitter users openly wondered why.
Joe Virgillito is here to discuss the Democratic primaries and COVID-19. Also, we discuss new movie, Lost Girls.’ Plus a preview of Activity’s upcoming BTR Live Studio session.
The Hawaii representative finished her campaign as confusingly as she ran it.
The Democratic Party cares more about stifling Sanders than public safety.
Sunday could be the primary's final debate, so might as well send it off with a drink. Or several.
Joe Virgillito is here to discuss why Sanders shouldn’t drop out, the effects of COVID-19 on current politics, and more. Also, we discuss new movie, ‘Onward.’ Plus a preview of Momma’s upcoming BTR Live Studio session.
The uncertainty surrounding Joe Biden is more than enough reason for Sanders to keep fighting.
The former Bush advisor only believes civility should exist in one direction.
Joe Virgillito is here to discuss Super Tuesday and beyond. Also, we discuss new movie, ‘The Invisible Man.’ Plus a preview of Church Girls’ upcoming BTR Live Studio session.
The Massachusetts senator’s first presidential came to a disappointing end Thursday.
John Knefel explains why billionaires in politics are contrary to our democracy.
Beto, Amy and Pete made it onto some Joe merch. But Biden’s got other people to thank, too.
If Warren cares about a progressive agenda, backing Bernie is her best bet.
John Knefel describes Michael Bloomberg’s attempts to buy the presidential election and comments on how his mayoral history indicates he would be a poor choice for the nomination.
The billionaire former mayor's new baseball cap almost transcends mockery.
Last week's debate was actually entertaining. This one should be too. And yes, liquor helps.
The senator's reversal on accepting Super PAC money puts her in a cynical spot.
John Knefel explains how corporate democrats will try to incentivize voters with promises to lower the deficit.
The entrepreneur dropped out of the Democratic primary last night, but his presence still looms large.
Molly on the electability sham, the liberal boomer breakdown, and thoughts on the witness impeachment vote. photo courtesy of John Knefel
Despite Joe Biden polling well among older Americans, John Knefel explains why they would have the most to worry about should he become the Democratic nominee for president.
John Knefel shares his thoughts on how the outcome of the 2020 election will reflect whether Donald Trump’s 2016 election was an aberration, or the American people embracing bigotry and cruelty. Molly and John Knefel are hosts of the longrunning progressive politics podcast, Radio Dispatch. Music featured in the episode: "Awake” by Tycho

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