Episode

7/30 Zephyr Teachout: Taking On Cuomo the Lesser

July 30, 2014

New York Gubernatorial candidate Zephyr Teachout explains why she is challenging Andrew Cuomo in the Democratic Party Primary, Cuomo’s betrayals on labor, public education, immigration, his one percent agenda economic agenda, why Cuomo is making inequality worse, Zephr’s commitment to public education, Andrew Cuomo’s corrupt conduct on his own corruption commission, the crisis of corruption in New York state, how corrupt is Andrew Cuomo? The real reform that New York needs, Cuomo’s anti immigrant running mate and what challenging Cuomo means for the progressive movement and the future of the Democratic Party.

On The Fun Half: The National Labor Relations Board acts to protect fast food workers rights, conservatives launch Reaganbook, Gaza fight continues, and your calls and IMs.

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