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The NPR Politics Podcast is where NPR's political reporters talk to you like they talk to each other. With weekly roundups and quick takes on news of the day, you don't have to keep up with politics to know what's happening. You just have to keep up with us.
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Lori Brooks

This is probably the first time I have agreed with trump. Three strikes is a horrible policy for non-violent crimes. Closing the disparity between "crack" cocaine vs powder cocaine because that distinction is absolutely racist and disproportionately affects the African-American and poor communities. Good job.

Nov 17th
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Sue

C

Nov 16th
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Goat lord

Jewish propaganda

Nov 8th
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Dee Vaughn

how do I block this channel ????

Oct 25th
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Lori Brooks

Dee Vaughn Why do you need to block it? Unsubscribe and/or stop watching it.

Nov 17th
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SURESH KRIPALANI

Nice

Sep 25th
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Andrew Davidson

- Am

Sep 19th
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Aidan Gardiner

What is this monkey business? Talk about taking words out of context. He used it as a verb and had been referring to the economy and socialistic policies specifically if you extend the clip 15 seconds forward. Stop covering reactions and start covering policy positions. Who really thinks they could win Florida on Dog Whistle tactics?

Aug 31st
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Anna Linnell

while I love NPR and NPR Politics, I was dismayed to be hear, multiple times in the episode today the use of the term "peaded guilty" when the proper term would be to use "pled guilty". Please, if you are going to be the standard for all things correct, use the correct language. It was almost as bad as hearing someone say, "that don't matter". Oh, how it grates on the ears.

Aug 22nd
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Sunni Rae

Anna Linnell The correct term is actually pleaded" via Google- "And while pled may be the preferred usage, Grammarist notes that pleaded is the standard form: Pleaded is the standard past-tense and past-participial form of the verb plea. Pled has always been considered incorrect by usage authorities, but it's so common that we have to accept it."

Oct 19th
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Mike B.

Just listened to the Aug 8th podcast. "The Bernie Sanders campaign didn't have the funds." Let that sink in for a moment. A socialist...who doesn't have money to help campaign. Once again socialist ideas DO NOT WORK, they want to tell you how to spend your money when they can't figure out their own.

Aug 9th
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Lori Brooks

Mike B. He is a Democratic Socialist which is a big distinction. The reason his campaign didn't have the money that HRC or trump was because he refused to take money from PAC's or Super PAC's. He refused to take money from big business that would have placed a lot of strings on his campaign and politics if he had won. He ran on a campaign that he was for the people and wasn't willing to compromise

Nov 17th
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Claire Graham

Yay!!! Tamara Keith is back!!!

Aug 6th
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Christina Hatfield

Not very vain is he, perhaps a a couple steps out of reality

Aug 1st
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Ken Chapman

When does the trial on the Trump Foundation start?

Jul 30th
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Josh Belz

Podcast of leftists pretending to be unbiased. Complete trash

Jul 11th
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Ray Brown

Alex rojas na he would just call them Fake News

Nov 4th
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Ray Brown

Pappalote Astros When a news network shows footage of illegal immigrants in cages from the Obama era while talking about Trumps immigration policy( which didn't include putting anyone in cages) that really is fake news and I can't watch anymore. CNN hates Trump so much they will use any tactic to deceive their viewers to promote hatred of the president, all Republicans and their supporters.

Nov 4th
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Lion Ro

😡😡😡😡This whole immigration thing is crazy because Republicans want to enforce a policy but when it goes negative they blame on the Democrats GTFOOH! People just don't know the history of a "Get Tough Policy," normally end in some type of reform. An example is when the Republicans of the Nixon Era "Got Tough on Drugs," now: as in present day, we are decriminalized drugs and more...😡😡😡😡

Jun 20th
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Chris Wulf

wrong program

Jun 14th
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Marqurai ONeal

What Peter said.

Jun 14th
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Peter Grams

Wrong upload, this is the Korea episode

Jun 13th
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Ian Rogers

Terrible

Jun 9th
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Christie Brown

Love you guys! This is my favorite podcast.

May 22nd
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Katrina Midgette

its has been an AWESOME day for News!!

May 16th
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