Washington Post’s Helaine Olen, Comic Laura House, Down With Tyranny’s Howie Klein, The Rev. Barry W. Lynn, Mayor Mark Gamba candidate for Oregon’s 5th Congressional district, Comedians Kevin Bartini and Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling, plus a public apology from Marketing Guru Saul Colt.
Democratic Congressional Candidate Kina Collins; Marc Cevasco, Congressman Ted Lieu’s Chief of staff; Professor Harvey J. Kaye; Dr. Jennifer Verdolin; Professor Ben Burgis; and Comedian Liam McEneaney.
Time Code: Kina Collins (5:36.6) Marc Cevasco (55:03.1) Liam McEneaney (1:32:21) Harvey J. Kaye (1:37:00) Jennifer Verdolin (2:35:45) Ben Burgis (3:07:48)
Can a Comic Beat a Clown Like Congressman Jim Jordan?
Down With Tyranny’s Howie Klein; Comedian and Congressional Candidate Mike Larsen; Writers Guild Award Winning Comedy Writer Jacob Sager Weinstein; Peabody and Emmy Award Winning Comedy Writer Jim Earl; Writers Guild Award Winning Comedy Writer Jon Ross; Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling; Comedian Kevin Bartini.
Down With Tyranny’s Howie Klein, Congressman Ted Lieu’s Chief-of-staff Marc Cevasco, The Rev. Barry W. Lynn, Yuk Yuk’s Mark Breslin, ProPublica’s Paul Kiel, Sludge’s Alex Kotch, Comedians Kevin Bartini and Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling.”
A new congressional sex scandal?
Mullvaney needs a lawyer.
Why the I.R.S. rather audit poor people.
Mayor Pete’s getting money from health insurance executives.
Kevin Bartini is back from Milan.
Jackie’s last joke today may be the greatest joke ever told.
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