Delaware Democrat Jess Scarane joins the Just In News Podcast to talk about challenging the Democratic establishment and incumbent Chris Coons for U.S. Senate. Jess talks about creating fundamental change when it comes to public safely and policing, how she doesn’t like being called a politician, drinking a growler of beer during her first-ever ‘Dungeons […]
Mike Espy, the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate from Mississippi, joined the Just In News Podcast and talked about the role data analytics is playing in his campaign to defeat Cindy Hyde-Smith. Mike also talks about the extraordinary role his grandfather played in setting an example for him as a public servant. He also talks […]
Admiral Mike Franken joins the Just In News Podcast to talk about his U.S. Senate campaign in Iowa. Admiral Franken talks about why he’s the best person to defeat Joni Ernst, his favorite corporation that donates to her campaign, and what it was like to be the lonely voice in the room opposing the Iraq […]
Nebraska U.S. Senate Candidate Dennis Frank Macek talks to Justin about his advocacy for climate change reform and why he’s run as a Republican, Independent, and now, as a Democrat. He also delves into his background as an artist and how a seeing a prairie fox at 2:30 a.m. led him into politics. Finally, Dennis […]
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 […]
Justin talks to musician Mike Stocksdale about his political side project, $idequest. Mike also talks about his upcoming show at the Troubadour in LA, his love for lowly open mics, why he doesn’t have a tattoo and who his musical man crushes are.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
That’s right. Just In News was able to obtain an exclusive not interview with former FBI Director, James Comey. In lieu of the man’s actual words, we replaced them with our own pseudo knowledge and analysis. Take a listen. It’ll change your life.
Mike Levin joins Justin to talk about his run for California’s hotly contested 49th district in which Darrell Issa is deciding to retire from (perhaps to go make more car alarm money). Mike talks about gun control, potential impeachment of Donald Trump and, most importantly, his favorite U2 song.