This week’s episode, featuring listener favorite Lucretia, Power Line’s International Woman of Mystery, was taped while the Nevada caucuses were in process, but now we know that Bernie Sanders has crushed it. He’s the Coronavirus of the Democratic Party—a long latency period that has now broken out into an unstoppable epidemic. It’s over: the only question now is who Sanders will pick as his running mate. Watch the next debate, to see who attacks Sanders and who goes easy on him hoping to be his Veep pick.

Steve and Lucretia set aside their shameless flirting long enough to ponder the prospects that Bernie Sanders might be within two stents length of the White House, which Steve astoundingly finds un-troubling for some strange and recondite reasons. He’s not even that worried if Bernie wins! You’ll have to listen to see how Lucretia checks him on this madness.

We also check in on the latest on the “1619 Project,” in particular the “1776 Project” announced this week to contest the NY Times.

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  1. colleenb Member
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    Only thing Mr. Hayward is the conventional wisdom was that H Clinton would thump D Trump – and that conventional wisdom was wrong. I worry about this coronavirus causing a lot of economic havoc – perhaps another economic crisis? – and that will propel Bernie into office. As always, wonderful to hear from Lucretia, PL’s IWofM. 

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    • February 24, 2020, at 10:49 AM PST
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  2. kedavis Member

    The only way a president Bernie could be remotely tolerable is if the GOP maintains or even increases the margin in the Senate, and they don’t go all “elections have consequences” and confirm ANY nominee to the Supreme Court.

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    • February 24, 2020, at 11:53 PM PST
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