Constitutional Law Professor Corey Brettschneider, Congressman Ted Lieu’s Chief of Staff Marc Cevasco, Founder And Treasurer of The Blue America PAC Howie Klein and author of “The Unprecedented 2016 Presidential Election” Professor Rachel “The Doc” Bitecofer.
Time Code: Professor Brettschneider (0:41.22) Marc Cevasco (49:12.76) Howie Klein (1:35:21) Professor Bitecofer (2:19:53)
The Majority Report’s Sam Seder on where the Democrats go from here. Think Progress’s Zack Ford covers the White House for Think Progress. Philosophy Professor Ben Burgis is author of “Give Them An Argument: Logic For The Left” and appears each Tuesday on The Michael Brooks Show.
Time Code: Sam Seder (0:41:01) Zack Ford (34:44:87) Professor Ben Burgis (1:04:42)
We remember Yippies Founder, 1960s Activist and Journalist Paul Krassner. Then Congressman Ted Lieu’s Chief of Staff Marc Cevasco gives us a preview of Robert Mueller’s testimony tomorrow before the House Judiciary Committee. Down With Tyranny’s Howie Klein on Bernie’s poll numbers and why MSNBC is spreading lies about him. Founder and CEO of Yuk Yuk’s Mark Breslin on the time he gave Prime Minister Trudeau’s father a five dollar tip. Peabody and Emmy Award Winning Comedy Writer Jim Earl on the lighter side of treason.
Trump backed off on the citizenship question, but I.C.E. is planning to round up thousands of immigrant families on Sunday in order to deport them. Professor Anthony W. Fontes, author of “Mortal Doubt: Transnational Gangs and Social Order in Guatemala City” says Trump’s treatment of immigrants is cruel and inhumane, but somewhat typical of American presidents.
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