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Micah Uetricht joins us to discuss the growing labor movement and democratic socialism, and Morning John on an effort to close Georgia polling stations.    Micah Uetricht Micah Uetricht, via…
In Part II, Marilyn Haigh discusses the difficulties of reporting the family separation crisis due to lack of information, comparisons to Obama administration policies, and the emotional impact of covering this kind of story.
Marilyn Haigh joins the show to discuss the Texas Tribune's coverage of the family separation crisis, from the difficulties of reporting to the DHS using separated children as bait for "voluntary deportation orders."
Twitter Moments with Matt Ruby. Jacqueline Soller and J. McVay on ‘Deadpool 2.’ John Knefel on the Trump administration creating closer ties with Saudi Arabia and Israel. A performance from Oracle Room’s recent BTR Live Studio session.
Tom Wolfe was my first favorite writer and the one whose influence I regret the most.
Maura Quint joins the show to provide her take on Michelle Wolf's WHCD set and why it's troubling to see the free press prioritizing access above everything else.
Encountering a Koch Brothers-funded study inspires some journalistic soul searching.
Oriana Leckert on the return of Gothamist. Jacqueline Soller on ‘Annihilation.’ Molly Knefel on the student survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, FL. A preview of Bell’s Roar’s BTR Live Studio session.