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We revisit our May 2017 interview with Ryan Devereaux, and our political year in review. Photo courtesy of Neflix via Wikimedia Commons
We revisit our May 2017 interview with Alyona Minkovski, and we continue our Best of 2017 culture round up. Alyona Minkovski, via Twitter
While 2017 was dominated by a depressing political news cycle for anyone who was not a straight, white, American male, there were moments of hope through resistance. John Knefel reviews some of the…
We revisit our May 2017 interview with Sarah Jaffe, and more Best of 2017 culture round ups. Sarah Jaffe, via Twitter  
We revisit our June 2017 interview with Chepe, and we start our Best of 2017 culture round-ups. photo by scattered1 via Wikimedia Commons
The day, sir? Well, it’s Christmas day! We revisit our two annual holiday recordings from vintage Radio Dispatch era.
We revisit our May 2017 interview with Rick Rowley, and listener mail on the worst Christmas songs.    Photo courtesy of Frontline
We revisit our April 2017 interview with Peter Frase, and listener mail on family members with bad politics influencing your kids.    Peter Frase, via Twitter
In this episode, Molly Knefel shares her relief at getting through the first year of Donald Trump’s presidency. She also reflects on the accountability that people faced in 2017 and the hope it gives…
We revisit our February 2017 interview with Todd Miller, and a look at the Atlantic article about Mike Pence’s devotion to Trump.    Todd Miller, via Twitter
We revisit our February 2017 interview with Cora Currier. Also, how conservative media feeds into Trump’s paranoia and frenzies. Cora Currier, via Twitter
We revisit our January 2017 interview with Jeff Sharlet, and listener mail.   
It’s our Holiday Show Kickoff and we revisit our January 2017 interview with Lane Moore on her show Tinder Live, and listener mail.      Lane Moore, via Twitter  
Doug Jones wins in Alabama, and a celebratory pile of listener mail. Doug Jones Photo courtesy of Digital Campaign Manager Doug Jones for Senate via Wikimedia Commons
Many euphemisms have been used to describe President Trump and the behaviors and opinions he and his allies exhibit. John Knefel argues that these euphemisms obscure certain truths and result in false equivalencies that tilt the political landscape. Molly and John Knefel are hosts of the longrunning progressive politics podcast, Radio Dispatch. Music featured in the episode: “Untitled” by Tiny Victories
A young boy and his family’s backstory brings the internet on a roller coaster about bullying and racism, the New York Times’ style guide is unbearable in its efforts at neutrality, and Trump’s…
It’s the day of the special election in Alabama and we look at the discourse around evangelicals and Trump, a Washington Post story looks in detail at how the tax plan abandoned the middle class,…
Roy Moore thinks America was great during slavery, and listener responses to some of our recent discussions.      photo courtesy of United States Congress via Wikimedia Commons
Jesse Myerson is here to talk about how the GOP will use the tax bill to further cut Social Security and Medicare, and new info on Flynn’s side projects as National Security Advisor, and thoughts on…
It’s MGG Thursday and Melissa Gira Grant is here to talk about the Time Person of the Year cover story and the firing of Sam Seder. Also, Trump is about to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s…
Although many liberals have praised and otherwise been mostly supportive of FBI investigations into the 2016 election, the law enforcement agency has long been known for spying and blackmail rather…
MSNBC fires Sam Seder after a smear campaign by Mike Cernovich, Robert Mueller subpoenas Deutsche Bank, and more on the tax plan.    Robert S. Mueller III Photo by Federal Bureau of…
Mike Ludwig joins us to discuss the looming vote on net neutrality, and Congress passed the horrifying tax bill in the middle of the night on Friday.      Mike Ludwig, via Twitter
It’s a special JAMJAM Monday and Jesse Myerson is here to talk about the tax bill and the Republican’s language around it. Also, John is in the studio, and Flynn is pleading guilty!      Jesse Myerson, via Twitter.
It’s an MGG Friday and Melissa Gira Grant is here to discuss her latest story on a deadly Vice sting in New York City. Also, John is in the studio to catch up on the tax plan.     Melissa…

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