The show kicks off with a spirited debate over who will drop out first and why people in fact run and remain running for the high office. In the second half we speak about how we use our water, who can and can’t use it, and why we can’t use it in certain ways. Then we move on to… well a grab bag of happy news. (not really happy news)
The panel discusses the water crisis in Flint, MI, and the panelists reflect on the politics of good governance. Also, we review the ongoing standoff in rural Oregon, the most recent Democratic debate, and Election 2016 as the primaries draw nearer.
“In Self-Defense”. 1876 editorial cartoon by A. B. Frost. Depicts a caricatured former Confederates in the U.S. South with a knife and smoking gun in his hands standing over the corpse of an African-American toddler.