Episode

7/17 Netroots: David Dayen, Jay Tomlinson, Lily Eskelsen García & Chris Savage

July 17, 2014

From Netroots Nations journalist David Dayen explains the evolution of Netroots Nation, the shift from outsider to insider status at Netroots Nation, voters verse interest group blocks, Andrew Cuomo’s sleazy Wall Street coverup as New York Attorney General and will Karen Lewis run against Rahm Emanuel for Chicago Mayor?

Jay Tomlinson of Best of the Left explains the goal of Best of the Left and whats next for the left after the Obama Administration.

Lily Eskelsen García the President elect of the National Education Association how to properly judge teachers, the call for Arne Duncan to resign, finding the “bad teacher” and ignoring poverty, why testing insanity needs to change.

Chris Savage of Ecletablog explains the Detroit water crisis, why residents are getting their water cutoff, why the local residents pay the price for for fiscal abuse and robber baron exploitation and what is happening with Detroit pensions.

On the Fun Half: Josh Orton reflected on the history Netroots and the shift from the blogosphere to political organizing at Netroots, Hillary Clinton on Jon Stewart, Israel and civilian casualties, the first time Kyle met Kyle Shank and your calls and IMs.

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