Monthly Archives: June 2014

#16: Iraq, FDR, World Cup, and the Redskins

(Recorded June 21, 2014) This Week: (1) We take a look at the Cheney family Op-Ed on Iraq; (2) we rap up our series on WWII leaders with a look at FDR – just how many points should he loose for the internment camps?; and (3) Sports! Will this year’s high scoring World Cup finally get Americans interested in Soccer? and Josh takes us through the Washington Redskins trademark ruling.

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#15: Cantor, Iraq, and Churchill

(Recorded June 14, 2014) This Week: (1) Boris and Adrian celebrate Eric Cantor’s primary defeat; (2) they ponder the catastrophe in Iraq; and (3) they reminisce about Churchill despite being born in the 80’s.

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#14: Ukraine Update and Retrospective

(Recorded May 31, 2014) This Week: We look back at the crisis in Ukraine and ask, “who won?” FYI, this episode runs a little long because, in addition to new material, we’ve tacked our previous Ukraine coverage on to the end of the show. We hope you enjoy the trip down memory lane, including bits from our Feb. 22, Mar. 9, Mar. 23, and Apr. 19 shows.

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#13: Reparations, the Death of Democracy, and Uncle Joe Stalin

(Recorded May 31, 2014) This Week: (1) the case for reparations; (2) Boris gets on his soapbox about the death of democracy; and (3) Boris and Adrain talk about Uncle Joe Stalin.

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