On today’s show: Trump’s big SOTU conclusion: “Abortion security.” Maria Bartiromo says wealth taxes are a waste because rich people will hide their income.
Heather “Digby” Parton (@digby56), of Salon.com and Hullabaloo, joins us to discuss the news: Acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker faces tough questions as he testifies before the House Judiciary Committee. And what’s up with all that money that got paid to Melania’s consultant friend? Also: Was the Enquirer’s interest in Jeff Bezos’ dick pic evidence of international corruption, or just good gossip?
Nomiki Konst (@NomikiKonst) joins us to discuss her campaign for New York City public advocate, how “affordable housing” programs are actually gentrification programs, and the importance of rejecting corporate money.
‘Film Guy’ Matthew Weiss (@langdonboom) joins us to discuss his itinerant lifestyle and recommend movies, including: ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor,’ ‘Sicario 2,’ and ‘Come and See,’ a 1985 Soviet war tragedy directed by Elem Klimov.
On the fun half: Howard Schultz talks about the dropping cost of tuition at Purdue University: “You gotta clap for that.” Gavin McInnes shows up to SPLC dressed like a plantation owner, tells the story of the not-racist South. Candace Owens talks about how nationalism is good, where Hitler went wrong was becoming a globalist. Sean Spicer drunk after SOTU. Brandon Straka will run against AOC in her district. Rep. Markwayne Mullin says you can’t complain about family separation unless you adopt a bunch of kids like he did. AOC explains House reps can own stock in the companies they regulate. Plus, your calls and IMs!
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