Episode

3/13 M&M Casual Friday: Cliff Schecter & Alexis Goldstein

March 13, 2015

Political strategist Cliff Schecter explains his new creative campaign to finally get America to address its gun crisis. Oklahoma’s racist frat members and the assault on American history by the right. Why the 1990s were good and why the Republicans failed so hard with the Iran letter.

Alexis Goldstein, co-host of Criticize After Dinner, discusses why you should be watching Better Call Saul, far left critiques of movies like Selma, Foxcatcher, and American Sniper, why House of Cards is stupid and addictive, and what you need to watch now in theaters, on TV, and streaming.

NYPD edits Wikipedia to cover up Police brutality and your calls and IMs.

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