Episode

3/31 Janeane Garofalo: The Majority Report’s Ten Year Anniversary

March 31, 2014

Janeane Garofalo joined us to celebrate the Majority Report’s ten year anniversary, Janeane’s bold stance against the invasion of Iraq, Sam and Janeane discuss aging, Janeane’s disappointment with the Walking Dead finale, Cadillac’s disgusting new ad, advertising and the white/right wing backlash and Ford’s amazing response, amazing survivalist food ads, hilarious “Food For Patriots” survivalist food ads, Chris Christie begs Sheldon Adelson for forgiveness for saying “occupied territories” and New Gingrich says big donors have to much power.

On The Fun Half: assassinations and gun control, Georgia’s insane new gun laws, Janeane’s time on Fox & Fox’s, the insane media environment before the invasion of Iraq, the Colbert debate, political values in advertising, Air America memories and your calls and IMs.

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