This weekend aboard his $750,000 house boat Senator #JoeManchin proved #bipartisanship in #DC is still possible as Democrats and Republicans joined together to ignore #Covid and the 30 million Americans who face #eviction. I should have warned them. Anytime #LindseyGraham is alone on a house boat with five drunk senators you can’t help but end up with a super spreader. Poor Nancy Pelosi. She accidentally let the moratorium expire and now she and her husband Paul have to spend August evicting all their tenants.
TOPICS: Nina Turner, Kevin McCarthy, Telemarketers; Red State Covid; Blue States Getting Fed Up With Red State Stupidity
Guests With Time Codes
2:44 David Does The News 1:00:51#FASCISM: Professor Jonathan Bick continues his conversation on “What Exactly Is Fascism?” 1:33:53 “I’m Traveling Light” written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel 1:38:00 Dave Sirus, SNL, King of Staten Island and Fox’s Let’s Be Real 2:02:03 Howie Klein from Down With Tyranny 2:33:03 “I’m On My Way” written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel 2:35:53 “Billionaires In Space” written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel 2:39:24 David Cobb, ran for president on the Green Party ticket, environmental activist 3:03:39 Dr. Harriet Fraad, “Capitalism Hits Home” and “It’s Not Just In Your Head” 3:41:54 THE #FBI: Peter B. Collins continues his conversation about COINTELPRO and how the FBI continues to be a rogue agency 4:24:09 Mark Breslin, founder and president of Yuk Yuk’s, largest comedy chain in North America 4:34:16 Dan Frankenberger’s Community Billboard 4:41:45 Professor Ann Li and Texas Tom Webber talks about whatever they want 5:16:51#NINATURNER Professor Mary Anne Cummings, physicist and parks commissioner Aurora, Illinois 5:55:06 Professor Mike Steinel, Jazz historian and Dylanologist 6:35:00 “Mo Evil Blues” written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel 6:45:34#LIVERPOOL: Grace Jackson, “Literary Hangover,” talks with British Historian Dr. Sam Wetherall 7:26:55#CUBA: Dr. Layla Brown, Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology and African American Studies at Northeastern University talks with Henry Hakamaki from “Guerrilla History”