The number of candidates on the democratic side for 2020 is growing larger and larger by day. But the name everyone is talking about today is Kamala Harris.
The California senator has been the talk of Washington since her announcement last week, but what do we know about her? Denise from California does a deep dive for us.
Continue reading S2E19: Kamala harris for 2020?
In today’s episode we discuss Roger Stone, the Trump shut down and where we go from here.
The President, over the weekend was handed a stinging defeat by not only Nancy Pelosi and the democrats, but as Sam Seder reminds us, the air traffic controllers and stewardess union.
Continue reading S2E18 – Roger stone, the trump shutdown and more
In today’s show I discuss project redmap and the fairly recent history of some of the worst gerrymandering in the country.
So called “purple” or swing states of North Carolina, Wisconsin and Ohio have gone from trending blue to reliably red.
How did it happen? Take a listen:
Continue reading S2E17: Project redmap
In today’s episode we finish our conversation on Elizabeth Warren and move directly into other prominent and not so prominent 2020 candidates on the Democratic side.
The reports on some of the candidates leads me to believe the battle on the left is going to be over Wall Street and money. Listen here:
Continue reading S2E16: The 2020 candidates and GOP hates democracy
This is is the first episode of 2019 and we begin with the partial government shutdown over “The Wall”.
As of this episode, the House passed the Senate bill that was rejected by the previous Congress under Paul Ryan.
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has refused to put it to vote saying President of The United States will not sign it.
Nancy Pelosi has called the wall an immorality.
I give my take on the wall in the episode below.
Continue reading Season 2 episode 15: the wall, the house and elizabeth warren