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the bourbon pulpit.
57 minutes | Mar 5, 2017
005 – executive drink order
In this (very, very late) episode, we talk about Trump’s executive orders, the importance of the First Amendment, and ponder if he’s cracking under the strain.
58 minutes | Jan 30, 2017
004 – compounded conflicted interest
In this episode, we discuss the examples of Trump’s conflicts of interest that I was able to find in an hour or so of googling. There are surely many more.
57 minutes | Jan 16, 2017
please don’t kill us
In this episode, we talk about the Republican legislative agenda, about how it’s fundamentally incompatible with Trump’s tax plan that promises tax cuts for all, and how an ACA repeal without an equivalent program in place isn’t merely an inconvenience, it’s a literal death sentence for an alarmingly high number of Americans. There’s also a sidebar about That Document, and an open question about the Watergate fire. The Senators mentioned, and their phone numbers, are: Senator Bob Corker – (202) 224-3344 Senator Lisa Murkowski – (202) 224-6665 Senator Rob Portman – (202) 224-3353 Senator Susan Collins – (202) 224-2523 Senator Bill Cassidy – (202) 224-5824
58 minutes | Jan 2, 2017
In this episode, we talk about Trump’s appointees for cabinet and cabinet-level positions, and I bust out a personal theory that I’m pretty sure is true, but has some terrifying implications.
51 minutes | Jan 1, 2017
rule 41 – modified slightly
Some folks couldn’t hear the podcast that well, so I jiggered levels a bit and here’s the result. New episode drops tomorrow, thanks for waiting!
51 minutes | Dec 11, 2016
In this, our inaugural podcast episode, we talk about the changes to the Department of Justice’s Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, Rule 41. We talk about privacy, the rule of law, and how the WAY things are done is often just as important, if not more so, than THAT they are done.
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