Dec 2, 2019
The years from 1917 to 1924 are fractured yet formative for the world. After a terrible war, Germany, Russia and Ukraine are forever changed. New movements and scientific developments occur. We speak with Charles Emmerson, author of "Crucibe The Long End to the Great War and the Birth of a New World" about the...
Nov 16, 2019
Attack videos, apology tours, inoculation ads, presidential circles and glib phrases make up the scuttle for the Presidential race in 1988. Part II of our series. Biden's all, Dole's rise, Hart's second coming and the 3x5 card that won the race.
Nov 15, 2019
The quote from Atwater sums up the race 31 years ago nicely. Gephardt eyes a rusty belt. Dole proto-snarks, Jackson thunders, Biden runs a post route, Bush looks for his soul. Dukakis tries error free ball. Simon finds his inner bow tie and Bruce Babbit also runs. Find leadership where you can. What could it...
Nov 14, 2019
What was the true function of the Proclamation and the context surrounding it? How did people react at this time?
Music from Chris Zabriskie, Chris Novembrino and Lee Rosevere on this episode.
Nov 11, 2019
We look at vice presidential and vice presidential candidate switches throughout history. And we speculate if a tactic last used in 1976 might find its way into the 2020 Election. We also get into the McGovern-Eagleton 1972 events and talk about Nixon and Hunter Thompson's car ride.