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Archive for February 2015

February 14, 2015 Show

February 15, 2015 @ 9:40 am

Happy Valentine's Day!

This week, we'll speak with MoJo reporter Stephanie Mencimer about the curious plaintiffs in King v. Burwell -- the case that could kill the Affordable Care Act's subsidies in the 37 states that let the federal government set up their exchanges.

Then we'll listen in as Sen. Elizabeth Warren oh-so-politely disembowels a banking lobbyist and munches on his viscera. But politely!

Finally, we'll speak with David Cay Johnston about the battle lines being drawn around tax reform.

Playlist:
George Thorogood and the Destroyers: "I Drink Alone"
Christina Aguilera: "Beautiful"
Junior Parker: "Taxman"
Manu Chao: "Je Ne T'aime Plus"

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February 7, 2015 Show

February 12, 2015 @ 12:09 pm

This week, we'll speak with Elizabeth Stoker-Bruenig of The New Republic about vaccine hysteria and libertarians' difficulties squaring their philosophy with the demands of parenthood.

Then we'll be joined by Ben Dimiero from Media Matter for America, to talk about the scams wonderful products that are available to subscribers to Red State, the prominent conservative blog.

Finally, we'll speak with UCLA sociologist Ivan Light about how Los Angeles stumbled on a progressive way to control the flow of new immigrants to the city -- and offered a model for the nation in the process.

Playlist:

Southern Culture on the Skids: "Camel Walk"
Melvin Smith: "It Went Down Easy"
Shaggy: "Nice and Lovely"
Linda Ronstadt: "You're No Good"

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February 7, 2015 Show

February 12, 2015 @ 12:09 pm

This week, we'll speak with Elizabeth Stoker-Bruenig of The New Republic about vaccine hysteria and libertarians' difficulties squaring their philosophy with the demands of parenthood.

Then we'll be joined by Ben Dimiero from Media Matter for America, to talk about the scams wonderful products that are available to subscribers to Red State, the prominent conservative blog.

Finally, we'll speak with UCLA sociologist Ivan Light about how Los Angeles stumbled on a progressive way to control the flow of new immigrants to the city -- and offered a model for the nation in the process.

Playlist:

Southern Culture on the Skids: "Camel Walk"
Melvin Smith: "It Went Down Easy"
Shaggy: "Nice and Lovely"
Linda Ronstadt: "You're No Good"

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