Congressional Candidate Kim Williams, Animal Behaviorist Dr. Jennifer Verdolin, Journalist and PETA Activist Emil Guillermo, Professor Ben Burgis, LGBTQ Journalist and Activist Zack Ford, Professor Harvey J. Kaye, and Comedian Liam McEneaney.
Kim Williams is running for California’s 16th congressional district. She’s also a history professor.
Dr. Jennifer Verdolin on how dolphins get drunk, and why cats, dogs and birds frown on incest.
Emil Guillermo on SNL’s hiring and firing of a conservative racist.
Steve Skrovan tells us what’s on this week’s Ralph Nader Radio Hour.
Professor Ben Burgis gives us an update on the GM strike and his personal connection to the U.A.W..
Professor Harvey Kaye blames Jimmy Carter for the Democratic party’s conservative pivot.
Comic Liam McEneaney helps David answer listener mail.
Hassan El-Tayyab explains Yemen. Dr. Arnon Degani explains Israel. Jacob Sager Weinstein explains Great Britain. Mark Breslin explains Scotland. Howie Klein explains America. Congressional Candidate Rachel Ventura explains Illinois. The Rev. Barry W. Lynn explains separation of church and state.
Comedians Rick Overton, Dave Sirus, Liam McEneaney on last night’s debate. Zack Ford checks in from Washington DC. Democratic Congressional Candidate Jason Butler is running to represent North Carolina’s 2nd District in Congress and flip the district from the incumbent, Republican George Holding. Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling blows the roof off the podcast. Marketing Guru Saul Colt.
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