Show notes for today’s episode, 3/23/17

Good afternoon Scoochers!

Here are the links for today’s show:

Judge Gorsuch and the frozen truck driver

Trump’s Supreme Court pick has testy exchange with top Democratic senator over his work as a professor

The outro music is “Heartbreak Blues” by Holly Macve.

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