Archive for December 2015

Post debate reactions with Arliss Bunny

Yup, we did another one of these. But we had help this time. Arliss Bunny of the Hopping Mad Podcast was kind enough to join Brenna, Rachel, and I as we parsed out how the 3 remaining Democratic candidates handled themselves. Spoiler: better than the jokers on the other side. 

Also, Rachel and I hopped on Arliss's podcast last week. Check it out here: http://imhoppingmad.com/2015/12/14/roundtable-of-podcasters/

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Another Friggin Republican Debate

We may need a kickstarter for therapy or medication costs if we have to sit through too many more of these. Booze helps. Anyway... Trump says bla bla and Cruz said some crap and Jeb! mumbled and... sigh.. seriously. not sure how many more of these we have in us. Talking about it was definitely more enjoyable than watching it. Listening to us talk about it is probably a whole lot better too. So... enjoy!

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Recall JoAnn Windholz with Steve Cohn

The IT team has now officially gone beyond mere podcasting, and we have started a political movement. Rachel and I have linked up with fellow local Denver-area activists Steve Cohn and Naomi Bigwood (who coincidentally at the same time as us, decided to start a recall movement). On this podcast, we discuss Rep. Windholz's comments, and why they have spurred us into action. We have begun a political committee to recall Rep. Windholz, and the national media has begun to cover it. 


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Talking politics with Dr. Rebecca Gordon

Today, Rachel and I are happy to have Rebecca Gordon, professor of Ethics in the Philosophy dept. at the University of San Francisco, as a guest on the podcast. Dr. Gordon is also a published author, who's recent article on corruption within the U.S. government/military industrial complex certainly caught our attention. She is also a former community organizer, social science research associate, criminal justice reform advocate, and philanthropic/social justice organizer in war-torn Nicaragua and Apartheid-era South Africa. In short, she's a progressive super bad-ass, and we are honored to discuss the current state of politics, trying to keep America from losing it's ethical foundation amidst the newest wave of terrorism paranoia, and how to get young people involved in the political process, among other prescient topics. 

Required Reading for all IT listeners:

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