Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Political Podcast number – god, what number *is* it???? – it is 195!!! closing in on the big 200 soon!

This is the podcast for ten-ten-twenty-eighteen and we are Todd Feinburg – radio guy – and Mike Stopa – your friendly Siri-substitute.

This week, we will discuss how the Kavanaugh Supreme Court fight is morphing into the permanent war. It is 1984 all over again. The left has decided that turning the dial past ten and wrenching it off the spindle is the only way to keep the votes flowing. So the Supreme Court is now illegitimate. Sigh.

Then we discuss our new home boy Kanye Ye West. The Man. He of the sit down with Trump and chart the course of the United States fame. Here’s the big Q. Does the Trump admin take advantage of the K-man’s creds and make a program that suits his fancy and – forever – undermine the Dems lock on the brothers? We hope so.

Our hidden gem is from Kanye – Touch the Sky. We did not forget our shower thoughts. You are lucky because we are here for YOU!

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  1. Member

    Can’t say I enjoyed the rap music (is that what it is or hip hop?) but otherwise a good podcast. And I was not the one who said about the rambling so I think I can still comment. I agree that the President is not a racist, homophobe, sexist, etc. I think he is mainly interested in getting things done (as president) and making money (as a businessman) and doesn’t care who he works with or who they are. I still think the broad generalizations about women (can I use the word broad in that context??) are not quite right. There are plenty of women who have a feminist viewpoint but many more who do not. I don’t think this is a good gameplan for the Democrats but I could be wrong. 

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    • October 10, 2018 at 9:26 am
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  2. Coolidge

    Democrats and liberals flout tradition, not “flaunt“ tradition.

    P.S.: I gave up on the podcast after 24 minutes. It seemed too much of a muddle.

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    • October 10, 2018 at 11:02 am
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    colleenb (View Comment):

    Can’t say I enjoyed the rap music (is that what it is or hip hop?) but otherwise a good podcast. And I was not the one who said about the rambling so I think I can still comment. I agree that the President is not a racist, homophobe, sexist, etc. I think he is mainly interested in getting things done (as president) and making money (as a businessman) and doesn’t care who he works with or who they are. I still think the broad generalizations about women (can I use the word broad in that context??) are not quite right. There are plenty of women who have a feminist viewpoint but many more who do not. I don’t think this is a good gameplan for the Democrats but I could be wrong.

    My 26 year old producer says as far as he knows the terms hip hop and rap are interchangeable. But even though he’s a big Kanye fan he doesn’t claim to be an expert.

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    • October 10, 2018 at 11:48 am
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