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Actress & podcast host Busy Phillipps talks about her activism and how the world of celebrity has changed. MSNBC political analyst Cornell Belcher tells us about the media’s distorted lens when covering VP Kamala Harris. NPR’s Roben Farzad explains to us the anomalies of the US economy and how EVs have a surprising role in it.See for privacy information.
The Mary Trump Show’s Mary Trump plays out former President Trump’s temper tantrum over his impending indictment. NBC’s Jon Allen brings us his observations from the Trump & DeSantis rallies he recently attended. Pro Publica’s Andy Kroll details the vast right-wing conspiracy headed by Leonard Leo. See for privacy information.
Congressman Ritchie Torres stops by to talk about bank regulation and how the US handles our rivalry with China. Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold talks about the constant threats to democracy and how she’s fighting back. Plus, The Nation’s Jeet Heer talks about Republican primaries of the past and what they can teach us about 2024.See for privacy information.
Democratic Whip Representative Katherine Clark talks to us about the Democrats' budget proposal and how it helps the American people. Republican operative Carlton Huffman describes his accusations of unwanted sexual advances against CPAC Chairman Matt Schlapp. Plus, NPR’s Roben Farzad breaks down what’s next for regulation around the banking industry.See for privacy information.
The Lincoln Project's Rick Wilson joins us to talk about the cards stacked against Governor Ron DeSantis ever becoming president. Congressman Eric Swalwell details the failures and incompetence of Jim Jordan as committee chair. Plus, Planned Parenthood's VP of Abortion Access, Danika Severine Wynn, talks to us about the horrors of a post-Roe America.See for privacy information.
MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell tells us how to look at Fox after this week’s explosive leaks. Former Senator Doug Jones tells us how the Democrats regain power in the south. NPR’s David Folkenflik breaks down the greater implications of Fox & Dominion’s lawsuit.See for privacy information.
The New York Times Luke Broadwater details Jim Jordan’s comical missteps heading the committee investigating the “weaponization” of the federal government. Former Twitter employee Haraldur "Halli" Thorleifsson shares his story of becoming the latest victim of Elon Musk's villainous rage. Plus, James Downie of MSNBC analyzes Ron DeSantis' thought process behind running against Donald Trump and his belief that he can win.See for privacy information.
Congressman Jim Himes explains to us why Washington, DC should make laws for itself. Then USAID's Samantha Power talks to us about the war in Ukraine as it enters year two and a post-earthquake Turkey. Plus, Hugo Lowell gives us a wrap-up of CPAC and Trump's controversial speech.See for privacy information.
Media Matters CEO Angelo Carusone walks us through the latest revelations from Dominion’s lawsuit against Fox News and what the future holds for the network. The Bulwark’s Sarah Longwell talks about the little-discussed polling questions that speak volumes on the Trump v. DeSantis rivalry. Plus, Semafor’s Dave Weigel sends us a dispatch from CPAC’s increasingly divided circus show. See for privacy information.
MSNBC’s Mehdi Hasan stops by to talk about his new book Win Every Argument: The Art of Debating. The New York Times Lydia Polgreen talks to us about the political realignments she’s seen across the globe. Plus, Semafor’s Jordan Weissmann explains to us the nuances of what is really going on with our railways and regulations.See for privacy information.
George Conway explains to us Donald J Trump’s increasingly bleak legal troubles. The New Republic Editor Michael Tomasky stops by for a brief history lesson on how we get to our partisan political climate. Plus, Silent Spring Revolution author Douglas Brinkley talks to us about what Biden can learn from past environmental disasters. See for privacy information.
The Plum Line’s Greg Sargent talks about the weaponization of 1/6 footage and how the Dems can respond to Speaker McCarthy handing the footage to Tucker Carlson. Ruth Ben-Ghiat, author of Strongmen: How They Rise, Why They Succeed, How They Fall explains to us the reckless conversation around a national divorce. Plus, The Washington Post’s Aaron Blake outlines how the Georgia grand jury forewoman’s media tour could cause problems for prosecuting Trump. See for privacy information.
The Mary Trump Show’s Mary Trump examines the bleak Republican challenges to Donald Trump's 2024 presidential run. The Daily Beast’s Will Sommer talks about his new book Trust The Plan The Rise of QAnon and the Conspiracy That Unhinged America. Lastly, UCLA professor Joanna Schwartz gives us a wider scope of her new book Shielded: How the Police Became Untouchable.See for privacy information.
Legendary activist Erin Brockovich explains to us how the Norfolk Southern train derailment in Ohio is being handled improperly. The Lincoln Project’s Stuart Stevens explains what will happen to any of Trump’s challengers once they go into a debate with him. Plus, Adam Frisch who barely lost to Congresswoman Lauren Boebert in 2022 tells us how he will defeat her in 2024.See for privacy information.
On the heels of Diane Feinstein’s retirement announcement, Rep. Katie Porter makes her case for why she's the candidate to support in California’s Senate primary. The Nation’s Jeet Heer talks about Gov. Nikki Haley’s soon-to-be footnote of a presidential run. Plus, CoinDesk Editor Ben Schiller brings us up to date on crypto’s implosion. See for privacy information.
Rep. Seth Moulton tells us about the progress congress is able to make in a Republican-controlled congress. Slate’s Dahlia Lithwick talks about the case that could ban abortion medication across America. Plus, The Washington Post’s Jacqueline Alemany introduces us to the latest Republican congressperson with a fictitious past. See for privacy information.
The Lincoln Project’s Rick Wilson tells us why Ron DeSantis winning the Republican nomination guarantees a GOP loss. Democracy Docket’s Mark Elias talks to us about what we can do to protect our Democracy. Then Wisconsin Democrat’s Ben Wikler talks to us about the most important race in America in 2023.See for privacy information.
Brian Stelter joins us to talk about the flaws of modern-day political coverage. The Recount’s Slade Sohmer reacts to President Biden’s State of the Union address. Directors Anne Alvergue & Debra McClutchy tell us about their documentary, The Martha Mitchell Effect, which is now streaming on Netflix.See for privacy information.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre tells us how she navigates communicating the nuances of the world’s most complicated job. Bloomberg Opinion’s Tim O’Brien tells us how to interpret the explosive job numbers that were just released. Plus, CNN Legal analyst Elie Honig joins us to talk about his new book Untouchable: How Powerful People Get Away With It. See for privacy information.
Rep. Nancy Pelosi tells us about the implications of conspiracy theories on the quality of government. Senator Patty Murray (WA) tells us about her unique position in the Senate. Former DNC chair. Howard Dean talks about how the Dems can repair crucial party infrastructure. See for privacy information.
Comments (2)

Karluigi Marie

Yay! I love Michael Fanone. I listened to his book and I loved it.

Nov 25th

Karluigi Marie

I adore you Molly. Not a fan of the new 3 interviews per episode format. it's too short. Also miss Andy in interviews. Wish you had a weekly check in with Rick Wilson. he appears at the end of your Friday cast and you appear at the end his Monday cast.

Nov 21st
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