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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.
Justin breaks down the Ohio debate and has some words for the frontrunner Elizabeth Warren. We remember the most pivotal endorsement of the last 20 years in light of AOC's decision to back Bernie. Dave Levinthal from the Center for Public Integrity breaks down the official Q3 fundraising numbers and reveals a candidate whose campaign might already be broke. We are then joined by The Political Orphanage's Andrew Heaton who helps us brainstorm names for candidate fanbases.
We break down tonight's debates and add a few predictions. Last minute Brexit developments. Hunter Biden speaks! An interview with Susan Merriam (co-founder The Center for American Politics and Design) about campaign posters and logos. Bonus: a recording from the DragonCon live show featuring ImprovWars.com.
There is only one question that can move the impeachment process and only Rowdy Roddy Piper can answer it. My mom breaks down all the 2020 candidates. Elizabeth Warren is your new frontrunner as impeachment melts Joe Biden. Bernie out of the hospital after heart attack but how hard will be push when he returns to the road? A discussion of China and the recent spate of actions against by the NBA and Blizzard to protect business relations with Scott Johnson and Brian Ibbot of The Morning Stream.
Justin recaps the latest on the state department refusing to the let the EU ambassador testify, the new capitulations to Turkey, signs that Hillary Clinton is going to run for president and an interview with Professor Danagal Young about the dangers of covering politics like a sport.
Bernie's campaign suspension, Trump's massive money machine, Yang gets the last laugh
Hillary resurfaced on Colbert last night, does that mean she's running? Massive fundraising numbers for Bernie and Mayor Pete. An interview with Lee Drutman a Senior Fellow at New America and the author of The Business of America is Lobbying.
Special episode recapping the insane week that has led us here. We break down all the possible glory and peril for the following folks: Nancy Pelosi Donald Trump Joe Biden Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren The rest of the 2020 Dems Robert Mueller The Whistleblower
Justin's immediate reaction to the impeachment news and our interview with Geraldo Cadava about why 30% of hispanic voters are bedrock Republicans.
We look into why the summer burst of Kamala Harris didn't last. How Elizabeth Warren is turning Bernie Sanders into the Giving Tree. Bibi! Kyrsten! Corn Pop! The origin of the term Gerrymandering!
Nicholas Goedert is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Virginia Tech. He explains the history of Gerrymandering. How long it's been a problem in politics, when it really hit the national radar and what is being done to combat it.
Biden comes alive. Medicare For All has a bad night, as do it's champions.
JuRY looks to continue his debate prediction dominance with three more lead pipe locks! Boris Johnson already screwed as PM? Kamala Harris gets destroyed by a dude in a wheelchair? The tale of NC-9? Bolton? Parade of Wrong Opinions! #ButYourEmail!
We break down Elizabeth Warren's electoral record (which is basically one race) and discover a few interesting things. Including that Obama is a plagiarist. Kamala Harris courts the 2 Live Crew. Boris Johnson has himself a week. Andrew Yang becomes the mayor of Stockton. One Dem candidate is trying to make a Voltron. Poll Dance. Campaign Undertaker. Parade of Wrong Opinions. #ButYourEmails.
Justin interviews Jeffery Jones (executive director of the Peabody Awards, author of Entertaining Politics: Satiric Television and Civic Engagement) to discuss the state of satire, political comedy and common truth. Justin confuses Howard Zinn for Noam Chomsky about halfway through and Jeffrey blows by it like a class act.
Justin talks very quickly about Gillibrand, poll madness, the debate deadline keeping the roster at 10 people, talking about the debate qualifications with Brian Brushwood, discussing the surprising first two cities with all conservative talk stations, Poll Dance, Parade of Wrong Opinions, #ButYourEmails and more!