WhyPartisan with Kristen Howerton & Paul Martin
About This Show
WhyPartisan is a weekly conversation between two friends and political junkies. Paul Martin, lifetime Republican, and Kristen Howerton, an enthusiastic democrat, try to figure out what a civil discourse about politics looks like. From social justice issues to the differences between the two parties, from current political hot topics to the intersection of race, religion, and public policy, Kristen and Paul delve into all aspects of the political arena, bringing a dose of humor and vulnerability to the conversation.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
The Tricky Case of Stormy Daniels & Why It Matters: WhyPartisan, Episode 11
Trump had an affair with a porn star and allegedly paid her off during his election to stay quiet. Does it matter? We talk about all of the implications. We also discuss the recent case of a Congolese family seeking asylum and a 7-year-old being separated from her mother for over 4 months, and what our country’s obligation is to the humanitarian treatment of people who come seeking help.
Some of the articles we discussed:
White Evangelical Women, Core Supporters of Trump, Begin Tiptoeing Away
Stormy Daniels sues Trump, says ‘hush agreement’ invalid because he never signed
Stormy Daniels Offers to Return Payment to End Deal for Her Silence
Congolese child detained in Chicago raises question: How many more are out there?
Check out Paul’s campaign at www.paulmartinforcongress.com
Also, follow him on Twitter @electpaulmartin and a check out the great new article in Forbes Magazine on “Rational Republicans” and their vision for the GOP.
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Episodes of This Show
Dec 11, 2017
Dec 4, 2017