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On today's show, we spend a lot of time on two topics. First, GOP Congressman Devin Nunes quitting Congress in a matter of weeks, in order to become the CEO of Trump's new social media company. Cliff and I are skeptical as to why Nunes is doing this. Then we talk about former Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows announcing that he'll no longer cooperate with the J...

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Dec 6 • 17:10

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In today's show, Cliff and I are joined by Chicago Tribune humor columnist Rex Huppke, to discuss what happened in Tuesday's elections in Virginia and New Jersey, why Democrats did so badly, and what can be done to fix it. You might not be surprised to hear that both Cliff and I think the Democrats, yet again, failed at messaging....

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Oct 29 • 17:26

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Former Ohio Democratic party chair David Pepper joins us to talk about his new book, "Laboratories of Autocracy: A Wake-Up Call from Behind the Lines," about how Republicans are stealing our democracy at the state level while nobody is watching....

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