An important judge ruling means Don McGahn can be compelled to testify, Rudy Giuliani has been subpoenaed by the Southern District of New York, and the optics of Bloomberg and Bernie in the 2020 race.
Jesse Myerson joins us to discuss Warren, Sanders, and leftist organizing in the lead up to 2020. Also, John’s in the studio to discuss the impeachment week in review and the Katie Hill…
Ryan Devereaux joins us to discuss his long feature at The Intercept on the intersections of climate change, migration and militarization at the border. Also, Morning John on Bernie saying he’s not…
Guy joins us to discuss his time in Rojava and what the withdrawal of US troops could mean for the YPG. Also, a debate recap, and Morning John on the Trump mass shooting video. photo courtesy…
John Bolton tried to wash his hands of Trump’s Ukraine phone call, Trump self-owns by issuing sanctions on Turkey for doing exactly what he set them up to do, and thoughts on Zuckerberg, Warren, and…
CNN hosted a Town Hall all about LGBTQ rights, and a deep dive on Ellen.
What are the five biggest questions leading into the fourth Democratic primary debate? Joe asks 'em.
The fallout from Trump’s Syria decision in Rojava, a Bloomberg story about Trump and Tillerson, and Warren has officially taken the lead over Biden. photo by BijiKurdistan via Wikimedia…
Lantz Arroyo on being part of a cooperative Print Shop. Also, a round-up of the third Democratic debate, the bad anti-AO ad, and Uber’s outrageous response to California’s new law. Photo…
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Trump on Jewish Loyalty (and “The Squad”). WaP theater critic on Elizabeth Warren. HBO’s ‘Succession.’ New movie, ‘Blinded By The Light.’ A preview of Taali’s BTR Live Studio session.
John Knefel shares his thoughts on the direction of the democratic party and the increasing momentum and support for the left.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to recap the second Democratic debates, including Joe Biden's performance, the Sanders-Warren dynamic, and which low-polling candidates are trending upward.
We spend the hour on the first infinite night of the Democrat Debates.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss the second round of Democratic primary debates, including Sanders and Warren, Beto's last gasp and why the second night should be more explosive with Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Sanders vs. Warren. Beto vs. Buttigieg. Alcohol vs. you. The second Democratic debate is gonna be big.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss congressional leaders' debt ceiling agreement and Elizabeth Warren's detailed student debt forgiveness plan. Dr. Steve Billet is the Director of the Legislative…
J.McVay (@thejlm) joins the show to recap the first Democratic presidential primary debate.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss the key issues and potential climbers in the first Democratic Primary debates, set for Wednesday and Thursday nights.
Sanders unveils the biggest student debt cancellation policy of them all, Trump terrorizes cities with threats of massive ICE roundups then delays to terrorize further, and E. Jean Carroll has accused…
Elizabeth Warren very convincingly explains why she won’t go on Fox News, Mike Pompeo disagrees with boy prince Jared Kushner’s Israel policy, and Charlemagne tha God criticizes Warren’s Native…
Joe discusses Elizabeth Warren's appearance on The Breakfast Club and how media members disingenuously spread "controversial" clips on Twitter.
The Washington Post treats Elizabeth Warren's history of billing hours as a lawyer as some sort of hypocrisy, thoughts on Moby's incorrect assumption that he dated Natalie Portman. Elizabeth…
Carl Beijer (@carlbeijer) joins the show to discuss the merits of Democratic presidential candidates appearing on Fox News and his skepticism of boycotting the network. Carl Beijer: The case for a Fox News boycott is extremely weak - 4/19/19 Carl Beijer writes for Jacobin.
College students are going hungry, and new tent cities in Texas. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons
Campaign merchandise tells us more than you might think. It’s also easy to roast.
We spend the hour on the recent CNN Town Halls with five 2020 presidential candidates, Pete Buttigieg’s remarks on why people on prison shouldn’t get to vote, Klobuchar’s love of student debt,…
Elizabeth Warren unveils a plan for free college and forgiveness of student debt, Mayor Pete compares Sanders to Trump, and the right wing militia that was detaining migrants in the…
Joe talks about centrist fear of progressive Democratic candidates following CNN's town hall.
Joe discusses Elizabeth Warren's student debt relief proposal and why it's a smart political move ahead of her CNN town hall.
Candidate Profile: Elizabeth Warren. Also, we review the new movie, ‘Shazam!’
It’s been 16 years since the start of the Iraq war, Elizabeth Warren’s calls to abolish the electoral college, and the New York City selective schools that let in even fewer black students this…
John Knefel shares his thoughts on presidential hopeful Beto O'Rourke.
Campaign merchandise tells us more than you might think. It's also easy to roast.
Love takes on many forms, from doomed television characters to crappy presidential merch.
The Democratic candidate’s pet merchandise perfectly embodies her political persona.
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…
Weighing the baggage of 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls.
John Knefel explains the wealth tax proposed by presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren and the response she’s received since sharing her plans. Molly and John Knefel are hosts of the longrunning progressive politics podcast, Radio Dispatch. Music featured in the episode: "Awake” by Tycho
Tom Brokaw’s accidentally illuminating bigotry, Wall Street freaks out about Sanders and Warren, worker slowdowns force Trump to reopen the government, and Trump and Lindsey Graham joke about…
A conservative attempt to embarrass AOC backfired spectacularly, Politico wonders whether Elizabeth Warren is already unlikeable. Photo courtesy of US House of Representatives    
We’re back, catching up on Mattis’ resignation, Warren’s big announcement, and what we’ve been up to over the break. photo by Kurdishstruggle    

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