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  • David Pepper Joins The Strategy Session
    Strategy Session

    Strategy Session

    An intense, important, eye-opening episode with David Pepper in the house. What are the tactics of those destroying democracy from the state level on up? Join David, Stuart, and Joe for the strategy that gets us to the future we want and deserve.
    May 21, 2024
  • Another Republican Supports Biden
    The Enemies List

    Rick Wilson's The Enemies List

    There were just a few brave Republicans to openly criticize Trump for falsely claiming the election was stolen in 2020, today's guest was one of them. In this episode we welcome former Lieutenant Governor of Georgia, Geoff Duncan, for an insightful conversation about the state of the Republican Party and American politics. Duncan shares his unexpected journey into politics, his vision for a renewed GOP based on policy, empathy, and tone, and his courageous stand for election integrity during the 2020 election. They discuss Duncan's recent decision to support President Biden in 2024 to help the GOP rebuild post-Trump and critique the current divisive and chaotic influence within the party.
    May 20, 2024
  • Here’s What States' Rights Would Mean In A Second Trump Presidency
    David Pepper and Gevin Reynolds write, "Thanks to a toxic brew of partisan gerrymandering, intense voter suppression, dark money, and far too many uncontested races, many MAGA-controlled states have stopped resembling functioning democracies at all."
    May 17, 2024
  • Trump Peddles Environmental Rollbacks
    Amee Vanderpool writes, “At a recent Mar-a-Lago fundraiser, the presumptive Republican Nominee demanded a billion dollars in campaign donations in exchange for a promise to dismantle Biden's environmental protection policies.”
    May 17, 2024
  • "Almost Everything Is Up For Grabs"
    That Trippi Show

    That Trippi Show

    We spend a lot of time talking about the odds - and not enough time talking about the stakes for 2024. Mike Podhorzer joins Joe and Alex to discuss the long-term implications of the 2024 presidential race -- and how pervasive the Federalist Society's influence on our judiciary has been. What might the Supreme Court look like after another term of Trump in 2028? Bottom line: It's all on the line in 2024. Mike and Joe explain why we have to look at what's already happening in red states or in places where MAGA already controls the judiciary. So what do we do about it? How do we make our democracy better for more people?
    May 17, 2024