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Town Hall Duels and Aisha Fukushima on Social Justice and the Power of Music

Corey Hill joins Justin Cross to talk about the dueling Biden-Trump town halls and the nomination process of Judge Amy Coney Barrett. Corey also talks with social justice strategist, recording artist, and founder of Raptivism, Aisha Fukushima. They cover making music and finding connections during a pandemic, intersectionality in social justice movements, and the enduring power of Prince’s music.

Got Hope? Reasons for Election Optimism

Justin and Corey talk about why Democrats should be feeling some good old fashion hope and election optimism heading into October. With just under 40 days left until the election, a new conservative Supreme Court Justice most likely pick being rammed through the Senate, civil unrest across the country over racial injustice, and Trump threatening a coup, Corey calls out Trump’s stupidity, Biden’s strength in polling across the country, and other reasons why optimism should pull us through the final stretch of the most important election in our lives.

“Telling Jokes During a Pandemic” with Jeff Greenspan, former Chief Creative Officer for Buzzfeed

Corey Hill talks with Jeff Greenspan, the former Chief Creative Officer for Buzzfeed. They talk about Greenspan’s work as a freelance creative director and stand-up comic, telling jokes during a pandemic, revolution, and the best locations for installing unauthorized Edward Snowden statues.

Independent Journalist Thor Benson on How to Connect with Trump Supporters and the Likelihood Trump Gets Re-elected

Just In News’ Corey Hill talks with Thor Benson, independent journalist about Black Lives Matter, COVID-19, the likelihood of Trump’s re-election, and how we can bring our racist uncles back to reality.

Got Change? Activist Aric McBay on Effective Strategies for Social Justice Movements

Corey Hill talks with Aric McBay, author, farmer, and organizer about encroaching fascism, effective strategies for social justice movements, and why you should run out of smoky rooms even if the other people around you are staying calm.

Josh Burch from Neighbors United for DC Statehood on Why America’s Capital Should Be Our 51st State

Josh Burch from Neighbors United for DC Statehood talks about the why Washington D.C. should become the 51st state, the momentum of the movement, bad-faith arguments from the opposition, and historical analogues.

2020: Solomon Rajput, Congressional Candidate in Michigan’s 12th District, on Offering Up Big Solutions to Big Problems

Democrat Solomon Rajput talks with Corey Hill about his race to become the next Congressman from Michigan’s 12th District. Solomon talks to Corey about running against a Democratic political dynasty, ending police brutality, Medicare for All, and how Donald Trump is uniquely awful. Solomon talks specifically about how “radical ideas” aren’t really radical and have been the norm for decades in so many other countries, including universal healthcare in the country just up the road from him, Canada.

Game: “Tweets from Deadbeats” – High School Reunion Edition

The Just In News podcast team plays another rousing game of “Tweets from Deadbeats” where we exam the Twitter feed of Donald Trump and his fellow goons. We also talk about the demise of Justin’s TV-watching career, why everyone should attend their high school reunion, and Minna and Biscuit (Justin’s dogs) make cameo appearances. Finally, will Mike Stocksdale get off the schneid and get a question right? Listen to find out, and in the process, take your mind off life for a few minutes.

Puppets and Hope in the Time of Pandemic: Actor, Director, and Puppeteer Dan Garza on the Role Art Plays in Getting Through COVID-19

Just In News’ Corey Hill chats with Dan Garza, puppeteer from Showtime’s hit TV show, “Kidding.” Dan shares his thoughts on just how critical a talking dinosaur can be to people struggling with isolation and fear. Corey also talks with Dan about the Great Man theory of history, family members getting tired of your jokes, and the importance of keeping enough puppetry supplies on hand.

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.

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 Brooks also gets referenced a couple times.

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