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Joe Biden may seal his fate in the first 100 days, when his mandate is strongest, and he makes the early decisions that will shape our country’s future. In season two of Rubicon, Crooked Media’s Editor in Chief Brian Beutler will chronicle the dawn of the Biden era and assess the administration’s most consequential decisions based on the expectations Biden has set for himself and the ones we’ve set for him. This window of opportunity is crucial for all presidents and that’s never been more t ...
 
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What Joe wants you to know. Every day, Vice President Joe Biden looks to the news across the nation that's sparking conversation, sharing the articles and opinions that he's reading and might be of interest to you. Entertaining. Informative. Thought-provoking. He doesn't always agree with them, but they've got something to say.
 
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Host Danielle McLean chats with Ian Millhiser, a senior correspondent at VOX and author of The Agenda: How a Republican Supreme Court is Reshaping America. Danielle and Ian discuss: Have conservatives on the Supreme Court have become more activist over the years? Could the new, more conservative SCOTUS derail the Biden administration's agenda? What…
 
Host Danielle McLean chats with Emily Atkin, writer of the newsletter HEATED and contributor for MSNBC Daily about the climate crisis: Why our streets are covered in human feces How the Biden administration can address climate through infrastructure investments Messaging from the oil companies Opposition to tar sand oil pipelines The political shif…
 
In our final episode, Brian Beutler and author Heather McGhee look back at the highs and lows of President Biden’s first 100 days, and ahead to the path he’ll have to carve if he wants to overcome the politics of white grievance to implement a transformational agenda for a multiethnic democracy. For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooke…
 
This week on Rubicon, Brian Beutler talks to legal scholar Leah Litman about why Democrats and Republicans viewed the fight over the courts so differently for so long, whether Biden's judicial nominees signal an end to that disparity, and what he and Democrats in Congress can do to protect his agenda from right-wing justices. Learn more about your …
 
GoFundMe Suspends Candace Owens’ Fundraiser After Controversial George Floyd Comments. GoFundMe has suspended conservative political commentator Candace Owens’s fundraiser for an Alabama cafe whose co-owner criticized the George Floyd protests. Owens also came under fire for controversial comments about Floyd while speaking with Glenn Beck.Owens ra…
 
This week on Rubicon, Brian Beutler talks to civil rights icon Rev. Dr. William Barber about efforts to unionize Amazon workers, how that fight continues, and what a Democratic majority in Congress can do to strengthen labor rights for working people of all races. For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/rubicon. Learn more about …
 
This week on Rubicon, Brian Beutler talks to Crooked Media's own Tommy Vietor about the challenges President Biden will face fixing the damage Trump did around the world, and how he can unite global leaders on a series of climate goals. They also discuss Biden's first major foreign policy steps, like ordering airstrikes in Syria, trying to salvage …
 
This week on Rubicon, Brian Beutler talks to FiveThirtyEight senior writer Perry Bacon about the wave of voter suppression laws that are hitting states like Georgia - and what President Biden and the Department of Justice can do about it. They also talk about the biggest threats to HR1 and the John Lewis Voting Rights Act - looking beyond the filib…
 
This week on Rubicon, Brian Beutler talks to The Roosevelt Institute’s Mike Konczal about President Biden’s coming $3 trillion economic reform package, which would fund infrastructure, green jobs, child and elder care, and community college. They talk about the bill’s chances of passing Congress, whether it warrants comparisons to FDR’s New Deal, a…
 
This week on Rubicon, Brian Beutler and Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) discuss the child-migrant crisis and the ways it complicates efforts to pass immigration reform. They also explore why Democrats shouldn’t freak out over Donald Trump’s performance with Latino voters, why some of his Latino voters already regret their votes, and how Democrats can com…
 
This week on Rubicon, Brian Beutler talks to Senator Brian Schatz about the passage of the American Rescue Plan, the provisions in it that address poverty and healthcare, and whether its passage will be the high-water mark of the Biden era, or just the beginning. For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/rubicon. Learn more about y…
 
Host Danielle McLean chats with author and economic policy expert Pat Garofalo about antitrust laws and monopolies: How the federal government’s enforcement of antitrust laws over the past four decades have paved the way for new monopolies. How these monopolies have impacted everything from inequality, rising healthcare costs, to the decline of the…
 
This week on Rubicon, host Brian Beutler and education reporter Rachel Cohen discuss the origins of the contentious debate over school reopening, and how President Biden has navigated it. They then look ahead to how the looming COVID-relief bill will help modernize schools and whether those investments will allow students to resume normal, in-perso…
 
This week on Rubicon, host Brian Beutler talks to writer Matthew Yglesias about President Biden's pledge to forgive student loan debt, the debate over how much debt should be forgiven, what authority Biden has to do it -- and the political and economic risks and benefits. Beutler and Yglesias take different sides on the importance of loan forgivene…
 
This week on Rubicon: Brian Beutler talks to John Dean, the former White House counsel for Richard Nixon who got swept up in the Watergate conspiracy before turning on his boss and helping end the Nixon presidency. They discuss the fallout from the impeachment hearings, whether Democrats have the stomach to truly hold the Trump Administration accou…
 
This week on Rubicon, Brian Beutler looks beyond Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial to the broader question of what post-Trump accountability should look like across the federal government. He asks author, historian, and culture critic Ruth Ben-Ghiat about the common tactics modern authoritarian leaders use (and have used for the past century)…
 
This week on Rubicon: Brian Beutler talks to climate science writer Emily Atkin about the predictable first steps President Biden has taken to fight climate change, and the exciting but under-the-radar ways that Biden has woven climate science into offices throughout his administration. They discuss the more difficult, lasting steps that have tripp…
 
Host Danielle McLean talks to Jack Jenkins, national reporter for the Religion News Service and author of the book, American Prophets: The Religious Roots of Progressive Politics and the Ongoing Fight for the Soul of the Country. Danielle and Jack discuss how Biden's faith shaped his message of healing and unity and could influence his White House.…
 
This week on Rubicon: Brian Beutler talks to MSNBC's Chris Hayes about Biden's COVID plan, the parts of the plan that will be hardest to execute (spoiler alert: vaccines!), and how to recalibrate our criticism for a president who finally takes the pandemic seriously. For a closed-captioned version of this episode, please visit crooked.com/rubicon. …
 
Host Danielle McLean talks to Jessica Huseman, editorial director for the nonprofit news organization VoteBeat, about voting rights. Jessica weighs in on how modern day voting laws disenfranchise voters, whether Trump's false claims of a stolen election will prompt conservatives to push even more restrictive laws in the future, what Congress and th…
 
Our season two launch episode takes a broad look at the ways Republicans might try to hobble President Biden as he ramps up his administration, and how he and Democrats in Congress can team up to stop them. Host Brian Beutler speaks with Faiz Shakir, a Capitol Hill veteran who also managed Bernie Sanders's 2020 campaign, about the policies, strateg…
 
Sarah Brown, senior reporter for The Chronicle of Higher Education, discusses Title IX: What challenges do college students face when they report a case of sexual violence? How the Trump administration created a system that prioritizes due process for students accused of sexual violence and establishes a court-like system on college campuses. What …
 
Proof that Trump was banned from Twitter legally and righteously because of the bigotry and racist speeches he gives at rally’s across Washington dc and the world. President Trump permanently banned from Twitter, citing risk of further incitement of Violence.
 
Brief details on how trump will be impeached for sending rioters and looters to the capital. This clip will show how America still Lives in breed White privilege. The whole world knows if that were black people that went up to the capital that it wouldn’t be no time wasted on trying to file charges and take people to court justice would’ve been hea…
 
Crooked Media’s Editor in Chief Brian Beutler walks you through the early decisions that will mark the dawn of the Biden era, explain their importance, and analyze whether or not they meet the urgency of the moment. New episodes every Friday starting Jan. 22. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Host Danielle McLean talks to Alice Miranda Ollstein, a health care reporter at POLITICO, about the challenges the Biden administration will face when battling the COVID-19 pandemic. Ollstein discusses the people Biden picked to oversee these efforts, how they can capture the public's trust in the vaccine, and what they can do to control the spread…
 
On January 20th, Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th president of the United States. Until then, he has less than three months to build an administration and lay the groundwork needed to seamlessly run a country on day one. This podcast will explore the work ahead. Who are the players running Biden's transition team? Who will join his cabinet? A…
 
With the impeachment of Donald Trump behind us, the most vulnerable Republican senators will now have to explain to their constituents why they voted to conceal evidence of Trump’s guilt, and let him off the hook, and contend with the fact that Mitt Romney, the former leader of their party, refused to participate in the coverup. But they’ll only fa…
 
When Republicans acquit Donald Trump, it’ll mark the end of this impeachment process. Much more importantly it’ll mark the dawning of a brave new world. What kind of America will we live in? And, short of Trump losing the election soundly, will it be possible to go back? Susan Hennessey, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution and the Executive …
 
What if the Senate completes an impeachment trial in a way that deprives the public of the fairness it demands, and plainly violates the oath senators take to do impartial justice? Harvard Law Professor, and host of the Noah Feldman joins host Brian Beutler to discuss the opening of the trial of Donald Trump, and the legitimacy crisis we face if Re…
 
A deluge of new details about the Ukraine scheme have made Mitch McConnell and Donald Trump more desperate than ever to conceal as much incriminating information as they can. And they may still have the tools they need to keep the public from ever learning the full truth. Kate Brannen, the editorial director at Just Security who unearthed some of t…
 
When Donald Trump’s impeachment trial begins—whenever it begins—the Senate will be divided between Democrats, who will demand to hear from all the first-hand witnesses who defied the impeachment inquiry, and Republicans who will want to acquit Trump without letting any new incriminating information come to light. Brookings Institution Senior Fellow…
 
The House of Representatives has impeached Donald Trump, but the fight has only just begin. His trial won’t begin until 2020; but between now and then that fight won’t stop. In fact, this may be the most important phase of it. The Washington Post’s Greg Sargent joins host Brian Beutler to look ahead, and discuss what each of us—Democratic members o…
 
This week House Democrats announced the official articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. Trump is just the fourth president in U.S. history to face the prospect of impeachment for alleged misconduct in office, but many were left wondering why there were only two articles, one for abuse of power for pressuring Ukraine to assist him i…
 
Donald Trump wants House Democrats to impeach him as soon as possible. Lucky for him, House Democrats ALSO want to impeach him as soon as possible. The problem? When it comes to what’s best for Donald Trump, only one of them can be right. Sorting out who’s right and who’s wrong is one of the most pressing issues in all of politics right now. So hos…
 
Through two weeks of impeachment hearings, we learned a lot about the hoops President Trump and his associates jumped through before he hopped on the phone with his Ukrainian counterpart and said, “I would like you to do us a favor, though.” What they left fairly murky is why Trump viewed Ukraine as such a ripe target for corruption in the first pl…
 
The impeachment inquiry will soon move into its closing phase. Republicans have given no indication that they will take any steps to protect the country from President Trump’s corruption. And we remain in the dark about a great deal. As the public hearings draw to a close, Quinta Jurecic, managing editor with the Lawfare blog, joins host Brian Beut…
 
This impeachment is a test for Republicans: When it’s all said and done, when they’re all out of excuses, will they admit that what Trump did was wrong? Or will they vote, with the whole world watching, to say they’re fine with it. As the inquiry enters a new open phase, the Washington Post’s Greg Sargent joins host Brian Beutler to discuss how clo…
 
Republicans are out of excuses, their defenses of Donald Trump have all been debunked by the facts. Slate legal writer Dahlia Lithwick joins Brian Beutler to examine the tactics the GOP have now turned to in order to defend their president, and what it will mean for the country if they get away with it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podca…
 
The impeachment of Donald Trump is about more than just one president. It’s about preserving bedrock tenets of democracy. With that in mind, Brian Beutler and former Justice Department official Matt Miller recount how we got to this point and look ahead to what it would mean if Trump is removed from office — and what it'd mean if he isn’t. Learn mo…
 
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