The long, slow, agonizing history of citizenship and immigration.
"Morans! Morans! Get yer red hot morans here!" Washington Journal: the clearinghouse for MAGATS and other morans. See also: Fox. Cf. Cumulus Media. Also, as Jane Mayer demonstrated in her New Yorker article today, anyone turning their back on Chuck Schumer does so at his peril.
We need to pay attention amid the chaos of what is going on with our country and who is pulling the purse strings. One such group is the Citizens for Self-Governance, a parent organization for the Convention of the States Project, and how they want to change our Constitution in order to rule rather than serve our people. Join us again tomorrow for a continuation with today's subject.
A rousing roundtable in a 90 degree studio. We begin with demons . . . and I don't mean Trump.
We begin with a powerful meditation from Lady B, and move toward a contemplation of the hatefulness that the MAGATS and the MAGAT-in-Chief have unleashed on our nation. "Send Her Back" was no spontaneous ejaculation of racism by the MAGATS in North Carolina. It was scripted and it was a vision of our Nuremberg future.
"Donor fatigue." It's real, and it affects our efforts to keep a small, independent broadcast operation going. We're behind by $755 in fundraising for what is already a shoestring operation. A lot more people listen than help keep the community going. If you are able, how about chipping in and becoming a subscriber?
Glory! A few public service announcements before the Religion Industry news. Meth Gators! Flesh-eating bacteria! At least there was no wasp spray-huffing this evening. (Dude!) Alabama government lawyer declares prayer useless. Alabama senate candidate wants to bring back "Bonanza" because homer-sectionals.
Today's program involved a fantastic conversation with our listener, Horst! If you want to revisit history and find out why we are in the heat that's been evolving dramatically for the last two years, here's the conversation that you won't want to miss.
Debrief of the Philly Roadtrip, complete with strange facts about the physics of geography. Then . . . coffee break's over. Back on our heads: House MAGATs put yogis to shame contorting themselves to defend Nitwit Nero's racist tweetstorm.
Know what would be cool? Having 400 $10/month subscribers! Know how we do that? By getting about 300 more . . . like you, if you aren't already a subscriber.
Today's program has some audio issues which we're working on, so please bear with us. We appreciate your patients! Today you'll get a glimpse of how we work as a team in solving issues in order to have better communication. We also explored Hamilton and Madison's differences in how they saw government and it's involvement with the People.
Live from Philadelphia and NetRoots Nation 2019