Episode

4/8 Cliff Schecter: Bill Clinton’s BLM Breakdown & Michael Ian Black’s Favorite Right Wing Talker

April 8, 2016

Cliff Schecter explains the sexual abuse revelations of Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert and how Republicans looked the other way. Systemic child abuse and power. The move toward Paid Family leave. Why both the Sanders and Clinton campaigns are screwing up. Bill Clinton’s major screw up and reopening race politics and the Clintons.(10:00)

Michael Ian Black has a new children’s book on Donald Trump. What inspired the Trump book. Wet Hot American Summer and more of Sam’s friends who became stars. Michael’s reasons for fighting for Gun Control. How Michael got big Twitter. Michael does not listen to the Majority Report and who is Michael’s favorite Right Wing talker and when the Trump book is getting released. (47:00)

On The Fun Half: What you can do to seriously address inequality. Hillary Clinton uses a noise machine from the press hearing what she is saying at a fundraiser and your calls and IMs.

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