Daily Topics - Wednesday Feburary 8th, 2012

Please welcome progressive strategist & syndicated columnist Karl Frisch in for Thom today

Hour One: What's next for the GOP hopefuls? John Nichols, The Nation Magazine / Plus, another video fraud from James O'Keefe? Brad Friedman, The Brad Blog

Hour Two: "How the GOP is Resegregating the South" - Ari Berman, The Nation Magazine

Hour Three: "The making of gay marriage’s top foe" - Mark Oppenheimer, Salon & The New York Times


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mathboy 8 years 33 weeks ago

Based on what Ari Berman said, I guess we need a more objective redistricting system.

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mathboy 8 years 33 weeks ago

Note to Carl: When things make sense together they jibe (not jive).

Republicans ruthlessly reshaped America to hold onto power - can Dems do the same thing to save it?

Thom plus logo In the power grab to fill the Supreme Court seat announced the same evening as the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Mitch McConnell didn't do anything new. The GOP has a long history of playing hardball power politics.
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