Super Tuesday Wrap-Up: Concerns about Joementum

Justin wraps up Super Tuesday by talking about Joe Biden’s big wins, concerns about Biden being the nominee and what the fuck Tulsi Gabbard is doing. Justin also talks with Just In News Executive Producer Corey Hill about Mike Bloomberg and Elizabeth Warren dropping out and what their endorsements may mean for both Biden and […]

Comedian Kate Willett on Being a Bernie Bro and Doing Stand-Up at a Sex Convention

Comedian Kate Willett joins the Just In News podcast to talk about her support for Bernie Sanders, why Mike Bloomberg sucks and doing comedy at a BDSM convention. Kate also talks about what democratic socialism actually means and her admiration for fellow comedian Maria Bamford.

2020: Interview with U.S. Senate Candidate Trish Zornio

Justin talks with U.S. Senate candidate from Colorado, Trish Zornio. If she wins, Trish would be the first scientist and first female ever elected to the U.S. Senate from Colorado. Trish is running to unseat Republican and part-time Trump masseur, Cory Gardner. She talks about the 5-year plan that got her to this point, visiting […]

2020: Interview with Mayor Andrew Gillum on the Democratic Primary, Registering Voters, and Advice for 1998 Andrew Gillum

Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum returns to the the Just In News Podcast for the first time since his historic run for Florida governor in 2018. Mayor Gillum talks with Justin about what it will take to flip Florida blue in November and his efforts with Forward Florida Action to register and engage 1 million voters […]

2020: Interview with Former Iowa Congressional Candidate Austin Frerick on what will go down at the Iowa Caucus

Justin talks with former Iowa congressional candidate Austin Frerick. Austin gives his prediction as to what will happen at the Iowa Caucus, how the whole thing works, whether food fights happen in the gym where these events are held, and his current work as Deputy Director of the Thurmond Arnold Project at Yale University. We […]

2020: Interview with Texas Congressional Candidates Kim Olson and Donna Imam

Justin talks with Texas congressional candidates Donna Imam and Kim Olson about their campaigns, barbecue, beer, and what it will take to turn Texas blue. In the first half of this episode, Justin talks with Donna about her background as an engineer and how that informs how she takes on issues like healthcare and gerrymandering […]

2020: Interview with U.S. Senate Candidate Jon Ossoff

Justin talks with U.S. Senate candidate from Georgia, Jon Ossoff. Jon talks about exposing corruption as an investigative journalist, as well as what it was like to be mean-tweeted by President Trump during his run for the U.S House in 2017. Jon also discusses the issues he’s fight for in Georgia and how his potential […]

Musician Ben Folds on politics, his new book, and George Carlin

Justin talks with musician Ben Folds about the intersection of politics and art. Ben talks about his new podcast and interviewing presidential candidates, what it was like to write “A Dream about Lightning Bugs: A Life of Music and Cheap Lessons”, and the brilliance of George Carlin.

HeadCount Executive Director Andy Bernstein on Registering Voters in 2020 and Phish Concerts

Justin talks with HeadCount Executive Director Andy Bernstein about the intersection of music and politics. He asks Andy what it’s like getting people to vote at concerts and festivals as opposed to Target parking lots. Andy also talks about Headcount’s efforts to get popular Republican musicians involved and what was his favorite Phish concert to […]

“I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson” Actress Melody Peng on 5 Buck Chuck, Nelly, and the Hotness of Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey

Actress Melody Peng talks with Justin about her role in the Netflix show “I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson”. Melody discusses her transition from the corporate world to the acting world and why it’s vital to have a business plan and mindset. She also discusses her love for college football, 5 Buck Chuck […]

State of the Stat: 185 Republicans Vote to Censure Congressman Adam Schiff for Doing His Job

State of the Stat Correspondent Corey Hill talks with Justin about why 185 Republicans decided to censure Democrat Adam Schiff for doing his job. Corey also talks about his recent article in The Independent where he lays out why Donald Trump could very well lose the 2020 election but refuse to step down.

2020: Interview with Congressional Candidate Donna Imam

Justin talks with congressional candidate Donna Imam from Texas’ 31st district. Donna talks to Justin about her ambitious plans to provide healthcare and education for all, how she’ll combat gun violence, the best barbecue spots in Austin, being a college DJ and her beloved Toyota Tercel. Justin also makes his case for why an impeachment […]

Musician Ben Folds on the Presidential Candidates, George Carlin, the Arts, and His New Book

Justin talks with Musician Ben Folds about his new book, A Dream About Lightning Bugs: A Life of Music and Cheap Lessons. Ben talks about one of the most absurd jobs he had delivering wine, his love of George Carlin, why he started a podcast interviewing presidential candidates, and whether there will be a Ben […]

Comedian and Writer Brock Wilbur on Democrats Eating Each Other Alive, and His Adorable Cats

Justin talks with comedian and writer Brock Wilbur. Brock discusses which Democrats he likes most running for POTUS and the disconnect between the red states and blue states. He also talks about getting mistaken for Wilbur Ross on Twitter and how one of his cats hates him.

2020: Interview with U.S. Senate Candidate Mayor Ted Terry

Mayor Ted Terry of Clarkston, Georgia talks with Justin about why he’s running for U.S. Senate. Mayor Ted discusses how he was able to defeat an incumbent 40 years older than him and pass a progressive agenda that includes decriminalizing marijuana, making election day a holiday, raising minimum wage to $15 and more … in […]

State of the Stat: Gerrymandering, the Electoral College, Voting, and 12 Million People

Justin talks with State of the Stat Correspondent Corey Hill about gerrymandering. Corey talks about how and why 12 million more people voted for democrats in the 2018 midterm elections, yet Republicans still picked up Senate seats. More important than assuring citizens can participate in the most fundamental aspect of democracy, Corey plugs cheap beer […]

2020: Interview with U.S. Senate Candidate Josh Mahony

Justin talks with U.S. Senate Candidate Josh Mahony from Arkansas. Josh is challenging Senator Tom Cotton — the same Tom Cotton who has supported Trump’s tariffs, who’s said he wants to gut the Affordable Care Act, and is more disliked than Ted Cruz in his home state. That’s right, Ted F’ing Cruz.

2020: Congressional Candidate Kim Olson Interview

Former military pilot and Retired Colonel Kim Olson talks with Justin about why she’s running for Congress in Texas’ 24th district. She discusses what “fixing” Congress looks like, why her military background is needed, and the making of her viral campaign announcement video. Most importantly, she gives Justin recommendations for a really good Texas beer […]

State of the Stat: 12 Million People (or Some Absurd Number) Believe in Reptoids

*Please disregard the moments of silence in the beginning and middle. There were some technical issues/fatigue during editing. Justin and Corey discuss reptoids in this week’s State of the Stat. Corey delves into conspiracy theories — why people believe them, the difference between a conspiracy theory and a theory, and what percentage of Trump voters […]

2020: Democratic Debate Wrap-Up … Winners, Losers, and Phone Calls to New Zealand

Justin wraps up the first Democratic debates. Like any good podcast pundit, he picks winners, losers, a candidate he’d most like to smoke pot with, and a profound reverence for Cory Booker’s chiseled jawline. He also plugs his previous interview while taking more than partial credit for John Delaney’s notable performance in the first debate. […]

State of the Stat: Elizabeth Warren’s Two Cents

Justin talks with writer and activist, Corey Hill, in a new segment called “State of the Stat”. In the 20-ish minute podcast, Corey talks about Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax which would tax the top 75,000 families two cents on every dollar to help cover healthcare, student loans, and some other really important things. Singer/songwriter Meredith […]

Farm Sanctuary’s Gene Baur on the Meatless Movement and his VW bus

Farm Sanctuary’s Gene Baur talks with Justin about his role as a long-time animal rights activist and the excitement of plant-based meats going mainstream. He also shares how Farm Sanctuary got its start from the early days of driving around in a VW Bus selling veggie hot dogs at Grateful Dead concerts (aka livin’ the […]

2020: Presidential Candidate John Delaney on Bipartisanship and Kicking Trump’s Ass

Justin talks with 2020 Presidential Candidate and former Maryland Congressman, John Delaney. John talks about why he’s running as a moderate, healthcare, and his signature initiative, the Heartland Fair Deal (and whether he took any cues from the Green New Deal and/or Donald Trump’s book “The Art of the Deal”). Justin also tries to leverage […]

Writer and Activist Corey Hill on Climate Change, 2020 Candidates, and Chumbawamba

Writer and Human Rights Activist Corey Hill covers a wide range of topics. Corey discusses Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’ proposal of a Green New Deal. He also talks about who he likes among the declared 2020 democrats running for president, how we perceive international humanitarian situations in countries we can’t find on a map, and most importantly, […]

2019 Political Predictions with Democratic Strategist Bob Shrum

Justin talks 2019 political predictions with Democratic Strategist, Bob Shrum. Shrum has served for Joe Biden, John Kerry, Ted Kennedy, and many other really important people. Bob predicts what will happen with the Trump-Russia investigation, which Democrats will run for president in 2020, what will happen with the economy, and of course, who will win […]

Jesse Colvin Interview – Democratic Nominee in Maryland’s 1st Congressional District

Justin talks with Jesse Colvin, the Democratic nominee in Maryland’s 1st congressional district. Jesse is a former Army Ranger in Afghanistan who graduated from both Duke University and Columbia University. Jesse talks about the leaderships skills he developed in the military, the economic impact of oysters, and the Republican support he’s gained from Bush Administration […]

Deb Haaland Interview – Democratic Nominee for New Mexico’s 1st Congressional District

Justin talks with the Democratic nominee from New Mexico’s 1st Congressional District, Deb Halland. If she wins, Halland will be the first Native American woman in Congress. Haaland talks about the confirmation process of Brett Kavanaugh for Supreme Court Justice. She discusses her background as an organizer and advocate, marathon running, the need to invest […]

No Seat At The Table

Most of today, during the hearing with Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh, I tweeted jokes. I tweeted about how Brett Kavanaugh really, really likes beer, because you know, he said it like 14 times. I tweeted about how Lindsey Graham was in no condition to drive home since he sounded like an angry dad threatening to take the belt out on his kids if they disrespected him ‘one more goddamned time, goddammit.’

But as I kept hearing Republican after Republican, old white guy after old white guy, apologize to Brett Kavanaugh for what he’s suffered over for the past 10 days, I kept getting sicker and sicker. “What fucking bullshit!” I said to myself.

Seriously, white guys have run this country for the past 230 years and at one moment on a lunch break they’re on TV saying Dr. Ford was a compelling witness who sounded credible. Then, a couple hours later, they’re up Kavanaugh’s ass talking about how bad they feel for the 10 days of scrutiny for a crime it sure as hell seems plausible he committed while waiting to get voted on for the highest court in the land.

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Harley Rouda Interview – Democratic Nominee for California’s 48th Congressional District

Harley Rouda talks with Justin about his campaign in California’s 48th Congressional District. Rouda talks about challenging Dana Rohrabacher, the incumbent who Republican Congressman Kevin McCarthy once “joked” was on Vladimir Putin’s payroll. Rouda also discusses his background as a lawyer and successful businessman, and how he’s brought the local Democratic party back together after […]

Andrew Janz Interview – Democratic Nominee for Congress in California’s 22nd District

Andrew Janz joins the Just In News podcast to talk about challenging Devin Nunes. Andrew talks about why Nunes won’t face him in a debate and hasn’t held a townhall discussion since 2010. The violent crimes prosecutor also talks about agriculture, the environment, tariffs, and other issues facing California’s 22nd District. In the rapid fire […]

Jennifer Lewis Interview – Democratic Nominee for Congress in Virginia’s 6th District

Justin talks with Jennifer Lewis, the Democratic nominee for Congress in Virginia’s 6th district. Jennifer talks about her recent endorsement from Bobby Goodlatte, the son of Bob Goodlatte — the retiring Republican congressman who currently holds the seat. Jennifer also talks about her grassroots campaign, progressive platform, and her own struggles for affordable healthcare and […]

Andrew Gillum Interview – Tallahassee Mayor and Candidate for Florida Governor

Andrew Gillum, Tallahassee Mayor and Florida Governor, talks with Justin about how he wants to bring universal healthcare, common sense gun laws, and the best scientists to address environmental impacts of climate change to the sunshine state. Andrew also discusses his legal victory over the National Rifle Association, raising money from the most conservative voting […]

Pam Keith Interview – Democrat for Florida’s 18th Congressional District

Justin talks with Florida Congressional Candidate, Pam Keith. Pam is a former U.S. Navy JAG (aka badass) in a tight race in Florida’s 18th Congressional District Democratic Primary. Pam talks about not pulling punches when it comes to Trump, her similarities to other popular Democrats like Beto O’Rourke and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and the unique ways […]

Tabitha Isner Interview – Democratic Nominee for Alabama’s 2nd Congressional District

Justin talks with Tabitha Isner. She’s a Democrat running for office in Alabama’s 2nd congressional district. Tabitha talks about her background as an ordained minister. She also discusses why young people from Alabama leave the state after college and her chances of winning a district which went for Roy Moore. Oh, and why the Yellowhammer […]

Dorothy Gasque Interview – Democrat for Washington’s 3rd Congressional District

Justin talks with Dorothy Gasque. Dorothy is running for Washington’s 3rd conressional district. The Democrat talks about what it was like to be a female on an otherwise all-male combat unit in the U.S. army, the similarities between Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump supporters, and who would play Michael Cohen and Michael Avenatti in a […]

2020 President of the United States

Who will be the 2020 President of the United States? The 2018 NFL Draft is here, and so it only made since to do our own 2020 U.S. Presidential Draft. Who is moving up draft boards in a crowded democratic field? Will the Republicans draft a plug-and-play first rounder from inside the White House, or […]