This week Sydney Brownstone, Rich Smith, and Eli Sanders talk about the GOP's Roy Moore problem and how it's similar to--and different from--the left's Bill Clinton problem. Also: the complexity that comes along with the instruction to "Believe women." After that, Jefferson Beauregard Sessions takes another spin in the Congressional testimony chair and so, of course, The Honorable Rich Smith must return with his Sessions impression. And watch out: the Republican "tax reform" plan now includes a big helping of Obamacare repeal shenanigans. We tell you who to call. Finally, Chase Burns is back to discuss Don "Baby Don" Jr.'s shady DMs. No idea what that means? Chase'll explain, Boomers and Gen Xers. Oh, and Happy Thanksgiving in advance because we'll be off next week! See you on November 29.
Exactly one year after Trump's election, voters around the country delivered a major wave of Democratic victories on Tuesday. Dan Savage, Eli Sanders, and Rich Smith talk about why the Resistance is winning and what it means for 2018. After that: the lessons of another mass shooting and the important, horrifying details of the Republican tax plan. Finally: Chase Burns takes us back to the 11 minutes of Trump-free Twitter heaven we all experienced on November 2. More, please! Plus, as always, the music of Ahamefule J. Oluo.
This week brought the long-awaited Indictment Day! (Hopefully the first of many.) Sydney Brownstone, Rich Smith, and Eli Sanders talk about their favorite juicy bits from the unsealed Mueller files. After that: Why aren't lefties marching in the streets about the Republican plan to enact huge tax cuts for the wealthy? And finally, Stranger Social Media Manager Chase Burns is on to talk about this week's Facebook vs. Congress showdown, and what the hell we should do about the bigger problem of social medal vs. democracy. Plus, as always, the music of Ahamefule J. Oluo.