Episode

3/12 Digby: How the Obama learned to ignore Republicans

March 12, 2015

Leading progressive blogger and writer Digby, explains how the Obama White House finally learned the lesson that progressives have always know, that the modern Republican Party has zero interest in compromise. The importance of unlearning the lessons of the Clinton era. Former key Obama advisor Dan Pfeiffer’s acknowledgment that the White House never regretted taking progressive action. How could the Obama White House and mainstream Democrats be so delusional about the Republican Party. Also the the Republican’s far right infrastructure and is Pfeiffer being sincere? Why progressives are vindicated again. Also the Hillary Clinton’s emails and the Clinton scandal machine. The Clinton soap opera and the crazy Republican Party.

On The Fun Half: Fox’s Andrea Tantaros: Feminist moms don’t have husbands because they ‘give it up freely’. The folly of high stakes testing. Also your calls and IMs.

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