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#43: Charlie Hebdo; the 114th Congress; and NFL talk (Ray Rice & Playoffs)

(Recorded January 10, 2015) This week: (1) freedom of speech in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo shootings; (2) the 114th Congress; plus (3) Ray Rice and the NFL Playoffs.

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#28: ESPN, WWII Counterfactual, Walter/Kasich

(Recorded September 27, 2014) This Week: (1) ESPN’s handling of Bill Simmon’s opinions on Roger Goodell’s handling or Ray Rice; (2) Boris and Adrian ask what if Germany won WWII; and (3) we finish our series on 2016 GOP hopefuls with Scott Walker and John Kasich.

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#26: Obama on ISIS; Ray Rice and Roger Goodell; Rick Santorum; and Bobby Jindal

(Recorded September 13, 2014) This Week: (1) Boris and Adrian discuss President Obama’s strategy to tackle ISIS; (2) the team takes on the second Ray Rice video; and (3) we continue our 2016 contender series.

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#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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#11: The Clinton’s, Obama’s Legacy, and Race & Privilege (also the NFL draft)

(Recorded May 10, 2014) This Week: (1) On the heels of Monica Lewinski’s Vanity Fair essay, we take a look at the scandals that have dogged the Clinton’s over the years ; (2) Has the Obama Presidency been transformative? ; (3) We revisit Race in America – is the concept of white privilege a useful one? ; and (4) Boris and Josh talk us through the NFL draft so far.

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