Episode

8/11 Adam Green: Hillary Clinton Backs Debt Free College & Why Progressives Are Winning

August 11, 2015

Adam Green the co-founder of the Progressive Campaign Change Committee explains how the idea of debt free college developed. Hillary Clinton’s push for debt free college. How progressives are winning the policy debate. Why progressives win when real issues are in play. Where all of the Democratic candidates stand on debt free college. Proving once again that activism matters and government can help peoples lives. What you can do locally to push for debt free college and what you can do if you work in national Democratic politics to help push progressive unity and change.

On The Fun Half: RedState’s Erick Erickson called out for all of his sexist comments after he bans Donald Trump from his RedState event. Is Donald Trump paying Breitbart for good coverage? Debating Black Lives Matter and the Bernie Sanders campaign. Also your calls and IMs.

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