I’m sorry, but I think Jeff Bezos’s wife is only entitled to $70 billion, NOT $75 billion. If that makes me a horrible person, then so be it. Comics AARON BERG, DAVE SIRUS and KEVIN BARTINI. From The Washington Post, HELAINE OLEN. ZACK FORD the LGBTQ editor for Think Progress.
The American Psychological Association calls Toxic Masculinity a mental illness, but Republicans say it’s an ideology. Zack Ford, the LGBTQ editor for Think Progress, explains.
Time Code:Helaine Olen 0:15 Zack Ford 41:34 Dave Sirus 59:25 Kevin Bartini 1:40:25 Aaron Berg 2:14:45
Topics:R. Kelly, Kevin Spacey, Jeff Bezos’ Divorce,Studies show the rich lack empathy, Elizabeth Warren for President, and Toxic Masculinity.
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Helaine Olen is a contributor to Washington Post Opinions and the author of “Pound Foolish: Exposing the Dark Side of the Personal Finance Industry” and co-author of “The Index Card: Why Personal Finance Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated.” Her work has appeared in Slate, the Nation, the New York Times, the Atlantic and many other publications. She serves on the advisory board of the Economic Hardship Reporting Project and lives in New York City with her husband, sons and poodle daughter.
Zack is the LGBTQ Editor at ThinkProgress.org, where he has covered issues related to marriage equality, transgender rights, education, and “religious freedom,” in additional to daily political news. In 2014, The Advocate named Zack one of its “40 under 40” in LGBT media, describing him as “one of the most influential journalists online.” He has a passion for education, having received a Bachelor’s in Music Education at Ithaca College and a Master’s in Higher Education at Iowa State University, and he relishes opportunities to return to classroom settings to discuss social justice issues with students.
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Dave is a comedian who was hired for the forty-first season of Saturday Night Live for which he was nominated for an Emmy for Writing in a Variety Series, and won a WGA award for writing in a comedy/variety series. He is currently a screenwriter and writes for Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog.
After establishing his bona fides in the top comedy clubs of NYC and studying with the Upright Citizens Brigade, Kevin was discovered by Jon Stewart, who hired him to warm up his audiences at The Daily Show and The Colbert Report.
Originally from Toronto, after graduating with an honors degree in Philosophy, Aaron began at the Canadian comedy institution, Yuk Yuk’s. Nominated for two Canadian Comedy Awards, Aaron is the winner of the 2007 College Comedian of the year award. Besides appearing regularly on Comedy Central, he is the author of two books and recorded several albums.