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Here are the links for today’s show:

Trump Ally Alex Jones: “I Was Told By People Around” Clinton That “She’s Demon-Possessed”

Hillary Clinton is proposing a policy to tackle deep poverty

The outro music is “Premonitory Dream” by Crying.

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Here are the links for today’s show:

GOP Senator Says Grabbing A Woman’s Genitals Is Not Sexual Assault

There Are Transcripts Of Trump’s Unaired Moments On ‘The Apprentice.’ We Got One.

And from listener Jennifer, on overpopulation and climate change and having kids: The Effect of Overpopulation on Public Health

The outro music is “It’s Tomorrow Now” by Flyying Colours.

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Here are the links for today’s show:

We talk with Martin Smith, producer of tonight’s two-hour Frontline special CONFRONTING ISIS. Watch it tonight on PBS, or online at Frontline’s website!

We spend the rest of the hour on the catastrophe of the Trump tapes and the presidential debate.

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Here are the links for today’s show:

We spend a lot of time on Bresha Meadows:

On the Caging of Bresha Meadows: What Does Justice Look Like?

Hero or Murderer? 15-Year-Old Bresha Meadows Faces Life in Prison for Killing Abusive Father

We also spend a lot of time on a new study finding an association between hormonal birth control and depression:

Women taking pill more likely to be treated for depression, study finds

The pill is linked to depression – and doctors can no longer ignore it

The outro music is “Worked Up So Sexual” by The Faint.

October 6th, 2016

Good afternoon Scoochers!

Here are the links for today’s show:

We talk with Bryce Covert about Trump’s taxes: The loophole that allows real estate tycoons like Trump to avoid taxes

We spend the rest of the time on the VP debate: 2 winners and 4 losers from the vice presidential debate

The outro music is “Glass Danse” by The Faint.

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We do some pushing back on this Guardian piece from a few weeks back: Why we should have fewer children: to save the planet

We also talk about John’s latest for Inverse: Inside Black Dart, the Pentagon’s Annual Drone-Killing Championship

Good afternoon, Scoochers!

Here are the links for today’s show:

Donald Trump Tax Records Show He Could Have Avoided Taxes for Nearly Two Decades, The Times Found

AP: How Trump’s ‘Apprentice’ moved from capitalism to sexism

And a link from listener Andrew on the Garfield high school students and coaching staff who knelt during the national anthem: High school football players kneel during national anthem in protest

The outro music is “Drowning here with all my friends” by Infinity Crush.

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