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Summary: Justin Robert Young announces his intention to dissect the run for the White House. Just think, while you been getting down and out about the liars and the dirty dirty cheats of the world you could have been getting down to this sick beat.
Andrew Gelman a professor of statistics and political science at Columbia University answers all of Justin's questions about how much to pay attention to polling this early, if we are going to see as many poll aggregators in this election cycle and how predictable voters are.
Comparing Trump to Marshawn Lynch, Hope Hicks, BIDEN MIGHT HAVE BIDEN'D HIMSELF, Miami debate stage positioning, AOC, C-SPAN is furious, Parade of Wrong Opinions, Texas Poll Dance, #ButYourEmails.
Our guest is Adam Shinegate he is the author of the book Building a Business of Politics: The Rise of Political Consulting and the Transformation of American Democracy. We discuss the economy of political consultants, how important they are, what they do day to day and how they get hired. Also, Justin goes off all crazy and confronts a professional who wrote a book on the subject if consultants seduce rich people into running for office so they can cash a paycheck.
Will the media be able to lay off Trump antics this election? Biden leading in internal Trump polls? Is AOC picking Warren over Bernie? Jon Stewart torches congress. Parade of Wrong Opinions. Poll Dance. #ButYourEmails.
Professor Tom Hollihan of the Annenberg School of Communication helps break down the Miami debates and what candidates like Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Mayor Pete have to do in the first primary debate of 2020.
When did the concept of presidential facial hair die? Justin talks with the author of “Of Beards and Men: The Revealing History of Facial Hair” to get to the bottom of why whiskers were banished from the faces of our leaders.
Px3 will be LIVE in San Francisco SATURDAY, June 29th at the Pianofight Theater. Tickets available at bit.ly/px3june The 2020 gang FINALLY starts sniping at each other. Be2.0 has evolved into a second fiddle Elizabeth Warren. Joe Biden plagiarized again. Parade of Wrong Opinions. Poll Dance. #ButYourEmails.
We get the hot new statement from the Mueller man himself. Turns out he doesn't want to say anything else. Also Biden not biting and Boris goes to court!
Guest host Tom Merritt explains the political and technological side of the Huawei trade blockage and why China may have a hard time figuring out a solution. The President and the Speaker are fighting again! Ukraine's TV star President appoints his TV show co-workers to his cabinet. And Oh. Brexit.
For real. This is not a joke. I explain why Kim Kardashian is laying the tracks to run for president and who she will run against. Beto reboots. AOC vs. Biden. Warren rejects Fox News. Yang accepts for f---ing challenge. Poll Dance. #ButYourEmails and more!
Anne Jamison is a professor of English at the University of Utah. She is the author of Fic: Why Fanfiction is Taking Over the World. She explains the rich history of political fanfiction from ancient Roman murder mysteries to bawdy Victorian romps. And of course, our modern political fanfiction including, but not limited to, Brexit escapes! Biden and Obama solving crimes! Bill Clinton being a loving husband! And yes... Trump / Shrek. Be aware: Mature themes (like Trump having sex with Shrek) are discussed.
The Biden Bounce shakes the race. Did the field tilt TOO progressive? No more Mr. Nice Bern. Kim Kardashian will be your president one day. Trump vs. Mayor Pete POLL DANCE. #ButYourEmails.
Justin talks with Mark Zitter about the roots of American healthcare and why it's only gotten more complicated going forward. Justin then tries to talk about robots. Mark is chair of the Zetema Project (ZetamaProject.org), a nonpartisan group of healthcare industry and policy leaders that meets regularly to debate key US healthcare issues.
Barr faces the heat in the Senate, Biden enters the race... is Stacey far behind? Mayor Pete dodges a smear but plays to the anti-vaxx crowd? #ButYourEmails! Poll Dance and more! Recorded live in the Texas wilderness!
A brief history of kickbacks, access and voter fraud in the Windy City with journalist Paul Dailing.