Episode

5/16 Casual Friday With Tina Dupuy

May 16, 2014

Syndicated columnist Tina Dupuy explains Karl Rove’s dirty trick aimed at Hillary Clinton, trying to stop Hillary before 2016, Republican smears and “asking questions”, Marco Rubio’s climate science denial and the mainstream media, why Michael Bogg’s is gonna go down because of grassroots activism, Bogg’s reactionary records, the “post Obama” mobilization, why Red State Democrats are running populist campaigns, how Democrats can exploit Republican weakness, the marriage equality wave, the rapid change on Gay rights, Fast Food workers and poor shaming, the fight to save Net Neutrality and the increased power of the left.

On The Fun Half: A mining disaster in Turkey kills over 200 people and leads to mass protests in Turkey, Alex Jone’s confronted by a father of a Aurora victim, crazy Chief Mark Kessler returns with a new insane video, the “American Spring” comes to Washington to overthrow President Obama and it is hilarious, ways to protect Net Neutrality, Randi Rhodes last day on radio and your calls and IMs.

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