Episode

5/20 Cliff Schecter: The Middle Class Gets a Raise & Isabel Gillies Tells us How to Get Cozy

May 20, 2016

Cliff Schecter explains the incredible importance and accomplishment of the Obama Administration’s new overtime rules. The stupid arguments Republicans will use to fight back against Obama’s new rules. The transformation of peoples lives because of new overtime. Bernie Sanders should stay in the race and the future of progressive governance. And also why Donald Trump faces steep odds.

Isabel Gillies has a spiritual connection to Judaism. How Jewish Isabel? Isabel talks about her next book What is being “cozy”. Isabel tells us all to watch Mad Men and Sam’s tell us about the time he meant Jon Hamm.

On The Fun Half: We hear from Right Wing Mandela. Donald Trump mocks Chris Christie and its cruel and hilarious. Benghazi Chair admits that the main right wing talking point on Benghazi is a lie. The future of the Democratic and Republican. Alex Jones gets offended parties and your calls and IMs.

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