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Tired of liberals and conservatives screaming partisan talking points? We were, and so we created The Politics Guys as a sane and civil alternative. Each week, a liberal and a conservative talk *to*, not at each other, in an attempt to better understand the week in politics & policy. We're not about scoring cheap partisan points or preaching to the ideological choir. We reject the notion that people who see the world differently are either stupid or evil. Our mission is to promote a shared, evidence-based understanding of American politics and policy. We hope you'll join us.
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This week, Mike and Kristin first take on the issue of pardoning. They discuss Trump’s most recent 11 pardons and commutations. Mike’s concern is rooted in who President Trump has pardoned - largely his political friends and allies. Kristin brings up historical pardoning to these ends, as well as the First Step Act in relation to Mike’s point that Trump could be doing much more for overlooked nonviolent offenders. On a broad scale, they also discuss the Founding Fathers’ original intentions when creating the power of pardoning and whether this deserves a second look, as we seem to have drifted from these intentions over time.  Next, Mike and Kristin give their impressions of the Democratic Debate that took place in Nevada (ahead of the Nevada Caucuses) this past week. Mike elaborated on his impressions as a Democratic voter, the factors he feels are most important for voters to consider, and the strengths and weaknesses of each candidate. Kristin also gave her impressions about candidate strategy. In the end, Mike said that he wasn’t sure who he’d cast his primary vote for, but that he’d let the audience know soon.  Today’s SponsorEmpower. For more info about Empower, visit: empower.me/politicsguys Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.
After a big announcement about some significant changes to the podcast, Mike and Jay turn to a discussion of the independence and integrity of the Justice Department and its leader, Attorney General William Barr. Mike attempts to understand Barr based on his views of executive authority, which Mike believes are wrongheaded. Jay, on the other hand, thinks that Barr is absolutely right about sweeping executive authority. One thing Mike and Jay agree on is that President Trump’s tweets about ongoing Justice Department cases make it very difficult for Barr to convince people that the department is acting with integrity. After that, they turn to the New Hampshire primary and the state of the Democratic race. Mike argues that it’s far too soon for anyone to panic, though Jay thinks that some panic might be appropriate for Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren. With Bernie Sanders emerging as an early frontrunner, the Guys next discuss what a Sanders presidency might look like, and whether or not Democratic Socialism is something to be applauded or shunned. Today’s SponsorEmpower. For more info about Empower, visit: empower.me/politicsguys Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.
Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | PocketCasts | Overcast | Stitcher | RSS Trey talks with Allan Lichtman, a Distinguished Professor of History at American University and author of many books including on impeaching Trump and on the keys to the White House. In this episode they discuss Allan's latest book Repeal the Second Amendment: The Case for a Safer America Topics Trey and Allan Discuss include: What compelled him to write such a provocative book (and provocative title) What the framers actually meant by the second amendment The likelihood of truly repealing the second amendment The usefulness of repeal in making actual gun policy The power of the NRA over gun policy The shift in the meaning of the second amendment An open invitation to debate the NRA on the second amendment Data on gun violence and gun control What kind of gun control may help society Allan Lichtman on Twitter Today’s Sponsors Empower. For more info about Empower, visit: empower.me/politicsguys Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.
This week Trey and Ken are joined by Mike and the three begin the show by discussing the final impeachment vote. Ken notes the historic nature of Romney as the first to ever cross party lines for an impeachment vote. Trey argues that Romney is the consistent conservative and both the Republicans and Democratic parties have shifted around him. Mike and Ken counter that Republicans are the party that has far more profoundly shifted. Ken is not surprised, but disappointed, that President Trump was not found guilty. Mike, although he believes President Trump to be guilty, does not agree the President should have been found guilty. For Mike the penalty did not fit the crime. Next the trio turn to Iowa and the procedural mess that resulted from the use of a new app. All three agree that it might mean the end of Iowa as the first in the nation status. While there are downsides to that, all agree this is generally a positive development if it occurs. The three also address what, if anything, the results mean to an ultimate winner. Ken sticks by his assessment earlier last year that Joe Biden would fade early and never recover. Mike continues to disagree and argues that, while Biden will fade, he has enough momentum to win the nomination. Then the three turn their attention to Attorney General Barr's three page memo outlining new rules for investigations of political figures. Specifically the memo gives the Attorney General the power to determine which, if any, political investigations can be undertaken. Ken and Mike generally agree this is evidence of further corruption on the part of the Trump administration. Trey counters that it is perfectly consistent with presidential power to make the determination political and that Ken and Mike would not find it an abuse of power if it was someone other that Barr at the helm. Finally the trio discuss the State of the Union Address. Here the focus is on the images of the handshake denied and Pelosi's ripping up of the address itself. Trey worries that these "memeable" moments are all that matters. Further that political communication is primarily about effectively creating such images. Mike agrees to a degree, but Ken doesn't think such discourse ultimately effects real political outcomes. Today’s Sponsors Empower. For more info about Empower, visit: empower.me/politicsguys Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.
In this episode, Mike & Kristin address listener questions on: the ramifications of President Trump's acquittal in the Senate how those who abused the FISA warrant process should be held to account prospects and strategies for progressives our dominant political principles why many evangelical Christians are enthusiastic Trump supporters what our main political news sources are, and why we've chosen them Today’s Sponsors Empower. For more info about Empower, visit: empower.me/politicsguys SaneBox. Email management for any inbox. For a free two-week trial and a $25 credit, go to sanebox.com/politicsguys. Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.
This week, Mike and Kristin cover the latest news regarding the impeachment trial. In an effort to cover different items and fuel different discussions than those all over mainstream news , they both lay out their personal highlights of the week. Mike brings up Alan Dershowitz’s odd defense of the President and the backlash he faced, while Kristin discusses some of the procedural shortcomings of Democratic lawmakers. They agree that the President will likely be acquitted on Wednesday, on the true nature of “impeachment” as laid out by the Founding Fathers, and that it’s apparent that both sides seem to have surrendered to partisan pandering. Mike and Kristin also discuss the Iowa Caucuses, which are just days away. Mike weighs in on the “Stop Bernie” movement, saying that he doesn’t think it has risen to the level of a “movement” yet. He also predicts that Sanders and Biden will emerge the frontrunners in Iowa, but that there is growing doubt, once again, that Sanders would be a formidable opponent to Trump in November – an argument he deems valid. Kristin agrees, and makes the point that the Iowa Caucuses are more about momentum than anything else, which Sanders has. They also discuss the low likelihood that “purple” states and swing states would move to support a Sanders nomination and how this could impact other elections later this year. Today’s Sponsors Empower. For more info about Empower, visit: empower.me/politicsguys SaneBox. Email management for any inbox. For a free two-week trial and a $25 credit, go to sanebox.com/politicsguys. Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Check out the full version of The Politics Guys theme, ‘Love the Government’, by Ill Papa Giraffe, on the Free Music Archive. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.
In this episode, Mike & Jay respond to listener comments on: political purity tests fear of socialism supporting the troops fixing polarization grading public education problems with political parties Bernie debating Trump the power of the judiciary Today’s SponsorsEmpower. For more info about Empower, visit: empower.me/politicsguys SaneBox. Email management for any inbox. For a free two-week trial and a $25 credit, go to sanebox.com/politicsguys. Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support. The Politics Guys theme is ‘Rollin at 5’ by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 
This week’s show opens with Mike & Jay discussing the Senate trial of President Trump. They both agree that the president did something, but while Mike thinks that something is criminal activity worthy of impeachment and removal, Jay doesn’t believe it rises to that level. Along the way, Mike suggests that President Trump is like a monkey in a museum and Mitch McConnell is the Senate’s Bill Belichick. Next, the Guys look at Montana v Espinoza, a case the Supreme Court heard this week involving an indirect state subsidy to religious schools. They agree that Montana’s Supreme Court overreached in invalidating the program, a program that Jay feels is good public policy and that Mike thinks hurts public schools. After that is the issue of faithless electors, which the Supreme Court will be ruling on prior to the 2020 presidential election. The issue is whether or not states can bind their electors to vote a certain way. Both Mike and Jay argue that electors are free to vote as they wish. Mike goes further and makes a case for replacing electors with either a national popular vote (his ideal) or a system of split electoral votes like Maine and Nebraska currently employ. Today’s SponsorsPawnee Public Forum: A Podcast about Parks & Recreation Empower. For more info about Empower, visit: empower.me/politicsguys SaneBox: Email management for any inbox. For a free two-week trial and a $25 credit, go to sanebox.com/politicsguys.   Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support. The Politics Guys theme is ‘Rollin at 5’ by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 
Mike talks with Bryan Caplan, a Professor of Economics at George Mason University and a blogger for EconLog. Professor Caplan is the author of multiple books, including two he and I have previously discussed on the show - The Myth of the Rational Voter, and The Case Against Education. On this episode, they discussing Bryan’s latest book, Open Borders: The Science and Ethics of Immigration. Topics Mike & Bryan discuss include: ‘a world of global apartheid’ immigration and economic inequality the moral presumption in favor of immigration why Nobel Laureate Milton Freedom was wrong about immigration how open borders could easily double world GDP the cultural effects of open borders immigration, crime, and terrorism the partisan political calculus of immigration policy open borders and global brain drain a Burkean approach to immigration and lots more! Bryan Caplan on Twitter Today's show is sponsored by SaneBox - email management for any inbox. For a free two-week trial and $25 credit, go to sanebox.com/politicsguys. Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.   The Politics Guys theme is ‘Rollin at 5’ by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 
This week Trey and Ken start by tackling the weeks biggest issue: the Senate trial of President Donald Trump. The biggest focus for the hosts is the ongoing question concerning witnesses. Ken is reluctant to make a prediction, but Trey suggests there will be witnesses. This leads the pair to Lev Parnas and the peculiar nature of Trump witnesses. It also leads to speculation on Ken's part about the differences between a political trial and a civil trial. Specifically how in a political trial witnesses do not have to necessarily be relevant. After this Trey brings up the quick passage of the USMCA and reminds Ken this is one of the few times he was wrong. The trade deal passed with bipartisan support. The pair discuss the few holdouts, most specifically Senator Sanders. His refusal to support the deal was a weakness in Trey's view. The topic of Sanders led to the next item: the Democratic debates. Here the topic of the issue of sexism between Sanders and Warren was discussed. Trey also suggested Sanders is not the best representation of his party. Finally Trey and Ken tackled the new push for backdoors in cellphones, specifically the iPhone from Attorney General Barr and President Trump. Today's show is sponsored by SaneBox - email management for any inbox. For a free two-week trial and $25 credit, go to sanebox.com/politicsguys. Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support. Free Music Archive Love the Government. 
Mike talks with Richard Robb, a professor of professional practice in international and public affairs at Columbia University and CEO of the investment firm Christofferson, Robb & Company, which he co-founded in 2001. They discuss his recent book Willful: How We Choose What We Do. After the interview, Kristin joins Mike for a conservative perspective. Topics Richard and Mike cover include: the rational choice paradigm behavioral economics purposeful, ‘for itself’ action how and why we pick beliefs that appeal to us the four-step process of belief formulation Pareto efficiency and public policy if policymakers have enough skin in the game choosing over time the critical need for authentic challenges with real stakes and uncertain outcomes Today's show is sponsored by SaneBox - email management for any inbox. For a free two-week trial and $25 credit, go to sanebox.com/politicsguys. Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.
This week, Mike and Kristin take on the confrontation between the U.S. and Iran, discuss what our clear policy goals should be regarding Iran, and whether those goals are feasible. Both agree that heading into a full-fledged war is a terrible idea, but while Mike argues that Trump’s pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal was disastrous, Kristin brings up that nothing before or since Trump has worked to create a stable Iran without nuclear capability and that the process needs to be rethought entirely. Mike also unpacks the House vote to force the President to come to Congress for authorization for future military action, and Kristin weighs in on Rep. Matt Gaetz’s point that Congress should have “skin in the game” when it comes to conflict and war. Next, Kristin and Mike discuss the latest in the Senate impeachment trial saga. For just over three weeks, the Articles of Impeachment have been stalled. Mike gives Speaker Nancy Pelosi credit for her “gamesmanship”, arguing that this was a strategy to compile more witnesses, obtain more documents, and so on. They disagree on whether potential testimony from Joe Biden was a factor in Speaker Pelosi’s delay. Kristin believes that the maneuver was more political than strategic, but agrees with Mike that a fast timeline or a quick motion to dismiss aren’t in good form – on principle and in terms of politics. Finally, Mike reminisces over the past three years since Trump’s inauguration – what he’s learned, what has changed for him, and he presents some interesting ideas that are in line with a desire to curb executive power. Kristin and Mike discuss whether political bias plays a role in this desire to curb executive power (spoiler alert: they agree that it definitely does). Today's show is sponsored by SaneBox - email management for any inbox. For a free two-week trial and $25 credit, go to sanebox.com/politicsguys. Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.
Mike talks with Binyamin Appelbaum, who writes about economics and business for the editorial page of the New York Times. From 2010 - 2019 he was a Washington correspondent for the Times, covering economic policy in the aftermath of the 2008 crisis. They discuss his recently released book: The Economists' Hour. After the interview, Jay joins Mike to provide a conservative perspective. Topics Mike & Binyamin discuss include: why markets are wonderful Keynesianism, monetarism, and supply side economics the massive influence of Milton Friedman fine-tuning the economic machine balancing unemployment and inflation the shifting value of a human life why we shouldn’t reinstate 20th century financial regulations President Trump’s ‘turtle shell nationalism’ defending Alan Greenspan and lots more! Binyamin Appelbaum’s NYT Columns Binyamin Appelbaum on Twitter Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.
Mike & Jay open the show with a discussion of the escalating tensions between Iran, Iraq, and the United States in the aftermath of the U.S. killing of Iranian Quds Force commander Quasem Soleimani. Jay thinks that the Trump administration may have made the right move, but Mike is concerned that the blowback could be worse than any benefits from Soleimani’s death. Next is a look at the Democratic presidential race, including Julian Castro’s exit from the race, whether Iowa and New Hampshire should be the first two contests, and the nearly $200 million that Michael Bloomberg has spent. After that, Mike & Jay talk about their hopes and predictions for 2020, focusing on President Trump’s Senate trial, the Durham Report, China, Iran, and the 2020 elections. Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.  
President Trump has been impeached but the odds are strongly against him being removed from office. Mike & Jay open the show talking about the impeachment vote, what happens next, and the potential electoral consequences. After that, they discuss the aftermath of Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s findings on the FBI’s conduct of the ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ investigation, including Horowitz’s Senate testimony and the FISA court ordering the FBI to clean up its act. Then it’s a look at the $1.4 trillion 2020 budget, which has something for everyone but which neither Mike nor Jay are entirely happy with, followed by the House of Representatives’ approval of the USMCA trade agreement (or, as Mike likes to call it ‘CAMUS’). Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.
Mike talks with Mila Atmos, host of the Future Hindsight podcast. They discuss rights and responsibilities in a democracy, cynicism, adopting a cause, the 2020 Democratic presidential field, Joe Biden as the DNC’s chosen candidate, the impeachment of President Trump, how to make a difference, why Mila is hopeful, and lots more. After the interview, Trey joins Mike to provide a conservative perspective. Update: Mila checked in after the episode dropped, and confessed to also being a Cory Booker fan. When she was in Iowa in November, a voter asked her who he should caucus for, and she emphatically replied, “Booker!” Future Hindsight on Twitter Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.
This week Trey is joined by Ken and they begin the show by exploring the Justice Department's inspector general, Michael Horowitz's, report into the potentiality of a political bias by the FBI. Next the pair turn to the House Judiciary Committee's party-line vote to move forward two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump to the full house floor. Trey and Ken then discuss the United States-Mexico-Canada-Agreement (USMCA) which may replace NAFTA -- both its provisions and the likelihood of passage. After that the pair turns to President Trump's recent executive order attempting to crack down on discrimination against Jewish individuals, specifically on college campuses. Finally, as is their custom, Trey and Ken cross the pond and talk Boris Johnson's big Conservative victory in the British Parliament. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.
Mike talks with Yale political scientist Jacob Hacker about the newly revised version of his book The Great Risk Shift. After the discussion, Jay joins Mike for a discussion of Hacker’s key ideas. In this interview, we discuss the rise in economic insecurity, declining social mobility in the US, the ‘old contract’ versus the ‘new contract’ between employers and workers, technological change & globalization, the waves and the tides of the economy, Medicare for all, reasons to be hopeful, and lots more. Here’s Mike’s previous discussion with Dr. Hacker, on his book American Amnesia. Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.
This week Jay and Mike talk impeachment and the balance of power between the executive and legislative branches. For the fourth time in history the House is drafting articles of impeachment. But are the Democrats moving too quickly and does that make impeachment a tougher sell for the voting public?   Then the Guys talk about the state of the race for the Democratic nomination in the wake of Kamala Harris's departure from the race.  Also, is a "No Malarkey" tour a stroke of marketing genius or terrible branding?   Finally, Jay plays Scrooge while Mike plays Santa in discussing proposed changes in the SNAP program and work requirements. Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.
On this special crossover show, Mike talks with Andrew Heaton, host of The Political Orphanage podcast. They cover a lot of ground in a conversation that (very) loosely revolves around presidential power. Along the way, they discuss Caddyshack, Edmund Burke, impeachment, anonymous Senate conviction votes, a constitutional convention, Thomas Paine, why a Stormy Daniels based case would have been the most fitting impeachment for President Trump, national emergency powers, splitting up the presidency, expanding the Supreme Court, 'These United States' vs 'The United States', politics as the new religion, and lots more. Andrew Heaton on Twitter Be part of the discussion on the Politics Guys ‘BipartisanPolitics’ community on Reddit. Listener support helps make The Politics Guys possible. If you’re interested in supporting the show, go to patreon.com/politicsguys or politicsguys.com/support.
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Kurt Hoffman

link is broke

Feb 12th
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Andrew Browne

A middle of the road Democrat, with a Russia conspiract theorist (who thinks Trump is a Putin puppet) and a never Trumper is hardly a balanced show.

Feb 12th
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Anna Clay

Did he really just argue that Elizabeth Warren is less authentic than Pete Buttigieg? How could anyone possibly come to that conclusion?

Feb 9th
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Jake Butterfield

I feel like Mike is going off the rails losing all rationality he usually has.

Jan 27th
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Linda Susan Erickson

Mike is suffering Trump Derangement Syndrome - on steroids! 😧

Jan 27th
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Paul Baker

I’m done listening to this podcast

Jan 25th
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Kurt Hoffman

what's with the 3 hour show? it seems to be looping the same sections multiple times.

Jan 19th
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Linda Susan Erickson

So how is it enlightening to have 2 Liberals talking to each other? Answer: It isn't. 😞

Dec 19th
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Christian Thompson

I thought this podcast was not partisan and accurately presented both sides. The last few episodes have made me seriously question that.

Dec 6th
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Punkfake

I tried to listen to this for some "fair and balanced" arguments, but the episodes are dominated by the left leaning, both in terms or arguments and sheer volume of podcasts. I can't do it anymore. The "republicans" they have on here rarely make their arguments, mostly they just roll over. Trump derangement everywhere, chasing after impeachment at all costs. I'm out.

Dec 3rd
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DJ

Same circumstances, but Obama or Hillary as President, the Republicans, including Jay, would be losing their collective dodo.

Nov 16th
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Kevin

Two of my favorite hosts. Good episode

Oct 27th
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Isaias Herrera

The reason conservatives or right leaning listeners complain about this being a leftist podcast with a mere "token" right POV is because Trump is President. He makes it practically impossible to defend the right due to his corruption. no sympathy for the devil. People who complain on this point is because they support the president and their dissident cognition refuses to accept reality. Just fyi

Oct 12th
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LindDes

Kristin is such an idiot, wish you could find a more well informed "trumpian" (is there such a person) who actually WATCHES the news..Wow, she literally embodies what we think of these idiot loyalists. their heads are in the sand.

Oct 8th
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Kevin

Trump could shoot someone on 5th Avenue and Kristin would argue it was self-defense. I can't tell if she's arguing in bad faith or it's willfull ignorance.

Oct 5th
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Linda Susan Erickson

Sounds like we have 2 Liberals in this podcast.

Sep 30th
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Kevin

Love the round table format! The three-way conversation was really cool. I'd love to see more of this. Perhaps one a month or so?

Sep 28th
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Joe Bobst

this lady has never been on reddit

Sep 18th
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Andrew Browne

Correction Ken

Sep 8th
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Andrew Browne

Trey is dreaming if he thinks Johnson will not win the election. 10pts clear in FPTP is a cruise. Also, he doesn't understand UK constitution, old parliaments cannot constrain future parliaments. Brexit to happen despite the protests before Xmas

Sep 8th
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