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Is a lame duck kosher? with special guest journalist, publisher, and commentator Susan Demas of Michigan Advance

Is a lame duck kosher? with special guest journalist, publisher, and commentator Susan Demas of Michigan Advance

Susan Demas on Twitter: @SJDemas. Michigan Advance website: MichiganAdvance.com Michigan Advance on Twitter: @MichiganAdvance Susan J. Demas at Michigan Advance: Whoa, there, little ladies. GOP men will show you who’s boss. Katherine Barrett & Richard Greene at Governing.com: Defying Predictions, Union Membership Isn’t Dropping Post-Janus Ronald Brownstein at CNN: The foundation of Trump’s coalition is cracking Jordan Zakarin on Twitter: […]

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The GOTMFV Show – LIVE (Nov. 30, 2018) wsg Mark Brewer, Jordan Zakarin, & Mitchell Robinson

The GOTMFV Show – LIVE (Nov. 30, 2018) wsg Mark Brewer, Jordan Zakarin, & Mitchell Robinson

This podcast was recorded live on Friday, November 30th at the Corner Brewery in Ypsilanti. Our guests were attorney Mark Brewer, grassroots fundraiser extraordinaire Jordan Zakarin from Progressives Everywhere, and education advocate and educator Mitchell Robinson. We’d like to thank all of our sponsors and for all the people who came out to support us. Enjoy!

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A #CleanSlate in every state – with special guest Rebecca Vallas from the Center for American Progress and host of the Off Kilter Show

A #CleanSlate in every state – with special guest Rebecca Vallas from the Center for American Progress and host of the Off Kilter Show

REMINDER: Our Eclectablog/GOTMFV Show fundraiser is Friday, November 30th at The Corner Brewery in Ypsilanti. Please join us and support the blog and pod. Sponsorships are ENCOURAGED! All the details are HERE. Rebecca Vallas on Twitter: @RebeccaVallas The Off Kilter Show on Twitter: @OffKilterShow MUST LISTEN episode of the Off Kilter Show (referenced heavily during the interview with Rebecca): Christopher […]

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From resisting to insisting – With Leah Greenberg from the Indivisible Team

From resisting to insisting – With Leah Greenberg from the Indivisible Team

REMINDER: Our Eclectablog/GOTMFV Show fundraiser is Friday, November 30th at The Corner Brewery in Ypsilanti. Please join us and support the blog and pod. Sponsorships are ENCOURAGED! All the details are HERE. Osita Nwanevu at The New Yorker: Indivisible, an Early Anti-Trump Group, Plans for a Democratic Future Benjy Sarlin at NBC News: Key ‘resistance’ group plots how newly elected […]

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How to beat corporate PAC money – with special guest Sean McElwee from Data for Progress

How to beat corporate PAC money – with special guest Sean McElwee from Data for Progress

[T]he three main factors of the election last week seem to be (1) Trump repulsing everyone but billionaires, temporarily embarrassed billionaires and white people who’ve never slept in a dorm, (2) historic turnout for a midterm fed by massive  organizing efforts like the Women’s March and Indivisible and (3) Democrats magnifying their reach by donating everywhere. The Cook Report’s Dave […]

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Vote the WHOLE ballot; the whole ballot MATTERS! with special guest Andy Slavitt

Vote the WHOLE ballot; the whole ballot MATTERS! with special guest Andy Slavitt

One thing Jesus was clear about was how he felt about starving migrants—feed them. He was—as far as this fellow Jew can tell—far less clear about how he felt about the baking of gay wedding cakes. Yet I see no conservative Christians making a religious stand for migrants. So, let’s stop pretending these concerns are religious. It’s all about race […]

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Do something EVERY day – with special guest Gretchen Whitmer, candidate for Michigan governor

Do something EVERY day – with special guest Gretchen Whitmer, candidate for Michigan governor

Powerful women. Legal weed. Fair electoral maps. Automatic Registration. Easy voting. If you live in Michigan, you have a chance to vote for almost everything Republicans despise on November 6. You’ve probably heard that Trump’s fluke success across the Big Ten states of Michigan, Iowa, Ohio, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania doesn’t seem fated to be repeated by Republicans. But we have […]

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Beyond Thunderdome Politics with special guest Greg Sargent from The Washington Post

Beyond Thunderdome Politics with special guest Greg Sargent from The Washington Post

If voting didn’t matter, Republicans wouldn’t mind if your vote counted. The safest bet in the world is that Democrats will win the popular vote for the House on November 6 the way they have won the popular vote in the last 6 out of 7 presidential elections. But they could still easily lose the House majority. Republicans starting off […]

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The big, beautiful gender gap – with special guest Laura Olin

The big, beautiful gender gap – with special guest Laura Olin

Donald Trump has built a big, beautiful gender gap. And the question is, “Who is going to pay for it?” A new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds that registered voters prefer House Democrats to Republicans by 11 percentage points while likely voters prefer Democratic House candidates by 13 points. This divide is the result of an enthusiasm among Democrats, younger […]

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2018: The best year for voting rights since 1965??? with special guest Ari Berman

2018: The best year for voting rights since 1965??? with special guest Ari Berman

If everybody voted, Republicans would lose almost everywhere. And no one knows this better than Republicans. As we recorded this podcast — on Tuesday, October 9th, 2018 — it was the voting registration deadline in Michigan and 14 other states. And it could be the last voting registration deadline in this state ever if voters pass Proposal 3/Promote the Vote, […]

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“Unhinged and unseemly”: The sad case of Brett Kavanaugh – with special guest Ryan Goodman

“Unhinged and unseemly”: The sad case of Brett Kavanaugh – with special guest Ryan Goodman

Brett Kavanaugh is pissed. He’s pissed because he thought he’d be on the Supreme Court now—and to be honest, so did I—he’s pissed because accusations of sexual abuse have come back to haunt him. And most of all, he’s pissed because these accusations are being taken seriously. But how seriously? A small group of Senators who either love attention or […]

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