Mila Atmos is the host of Future Hindsight, a podcast about civic engagement, providing action items to better participate in our democracy. In this episode, Mila discusses voter engagement and persuasion.
"Trump has not changed. Trump will not change. Trump continues to be a threat to the United States and the free world—and Republican audiences still love it," writes Jen Mercieca after CNN's 90-minute demagogue festival.
A professor at a Christian college included a quote on her writing course syllabus: "The refusal to act in the midst of injustice is itself an act of injustice." It got her fired, and her story isn't unique.
Reed Galen writes that it is our job to stand up and say 'No' to MAGA's efforts to create fear and chaos. When they want us huddled inside, we go outside in our communities and show that together we are stronger than they are.
Donna Deegan is now the Mayor-elect of Jacksonville, FL! Joe talked with Donna before winning her race -- there are a ton of lessons to take from her campaign and how Donna and the Democrats flipped the script on traditional GOP narratives.
On this episode of The Enemies List, Rick speaks with Sarah Ashton-Cirillo, American fighting in Ukraine, who joins to discuss what Ukraine needs in order to continue gaining ground and defeat Putin's Russia.
Who better to ask about the future of AI than the guy who's been pioneering tech on campaigns his entire career? Joe takes the first of many deep dives on what AI is going to do to our politics and 2024.
Rick welcomes author of Nine Black Robes, Joan Biskupic, to the podcast. They discuss the controversy surrounding Clarence Thomas, and other Justices in-depth, and the eroding confidence in the highest court of our country. And Rick puts a judge on this episode's Enemies List for legislating from the bench.