Episode

3/16 Ryan Grim: Primary Defining Election Results and Obama’s SCotUS Pick

March 16, 2016

The Huffington Post’s Ryan Grim breaks down the bad news for Bernie Sanders in yesterdays elections. In Chicago progressives turned out to send Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez packing. Why did many of those same voters cast a ballot for Hillary Clinton. Why all progressives need to be intersectional. Are you risking less with Clinton? Does Sanders still have a path to victory? Should Sanders stay in the race? Donald Trump dominates last nights Republican primary. Can the Republicans actually take the nomination away from Trump? How the Republicans can go third party. Will the Republicans accept Obama’s centrist Supreme Court pick? (11:30)

On The Fun Half: Why did Obama select Merrick Garland? Sam debates two Libertarians. Wall Street legend schools CNBC hacks on the real state of the economy and why Bernie Sanders would be best for it. Glenn Beck losing it even more? And your calls and IMs.

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