Episode

3/9 Bernie’s Big Win & Tim Canova: Progressive Democrat Challenging Debbie Wasserman Schultz

March 9, 2016

Bernie Sanders wins big in Michigan. How the polls got the race so wrong. Bernie’s massive success with the Muslim vote and what comes next.

Tim Canova, a progressive challenging DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Shultz in the Democratic Primary in Florida’s 23rd District explains what inspired him to take on Schultz. Schultz’s advocacy on behalf of corporate clients. What motivated Tim to challenge Schultz and the strengthening Progressive movement. (20:30)

Bernie Sander’s big win in Michigan happened and what about the electability argument now?

On The Fun Half: Oklahoma slashes healthcare funding for the poor. Bobby Jindal has destroyed Louisiana with trickle down economics. What’s the problem with a Constitutional Convention? Donald Trump’s best supporter Ernie Boch Jr drops more gems on Fox New Business. The new age of Protests and your calls and IMs.

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