#1120 Stopping and building at the same time (Progressive Movement)

Air Date: 7-18-2017

Today we look at the woeful state of the Democratic Party and the strategy to bring them back from the brink

​Show Notes

Ch. 1: Opening Theme: A Fond Farewell - From a Basement On the Hill

Ch. 2: Act 1: All roads lead to Trump unless we make major changes - #PoliticallyReactive with @wkamaubell and @harikondabolu - Air Date 6-15-17

Ch. 3: Song 1: The Perfect Space - The Avett Brothers


Ch. 4: Act 2: David Sirota Discusses the Role of Journalism In the Trump Resistance - @TheRealNews - Air Date 6-16-17

Ch. 5: Song 2: Failure - Kings of Convenience


Ch. 6: Act 3: Bill Curry on how and why the Democratic party lost its way - @RalphNader Radio Hour - Air Date 6-3-17

Ch. 7: Song 3: Changes - Langhorne Slim & The Law


Ch. 8: Act 4: Naomi Klein on why No is not enough - Start Making Sense from @TheNation - Air Date 6-28-17

Ch. 9: Song 4: Rome Wasn't Built In a Day - Morcheeba


Ch. 10: Act 5: Tom Ferguson on why establishment Democrats are vulnerable - Jacobin Radio (@jacobinmag) - Air Date 7-11-17


Voicemails

Ch. 11: Reaction to 1119 on Poverty - Alan from Connecticut

Ch. 12: Follow-up on de-transitioning article - Rachel from Seattle

Voicemail Music: Loud Pipes - Classics


Ch. 13: Final comments on how conservatives have come full circle on their understanding of LGBTQ people and ended up right where they started

Closing Music: Here We Are - Everyone's in Everyone


Produced by Jay! Tomlinson

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  • commented 2017-07-19 06:29:59 -0400
    Since Trump’s brand is being the “boss,” we should reveal the dark side of that…who hasn’t had a “bad boss?” Who hasn’t had a boss who makes promises he doesn’t even intend to keep to get you to do what he wants, one who hires and promotes his incompetent kids or family members for key positions in the company while relying on those below them to keep the company running, one who avoids talking to employees with gripes…even hiding from them, one who agrees with you face to face then does the opposite behind your back, one who wastes employee’s time standing in front of them announcing how great he is, one who betrays his people (even those closest and most loyal to him) if it suits his purpose, one who asks you to give everything for the company as he takes everything from the company, one who couldn’t care less about employees or if what he does hurts them or the company. Who would you rather have for a boss, Trump? Or Obama.