Stakes After Dark (SAD!): Tweet Me In St. Louis

Welcome back to “The Stakes: After Dark” (SAD!), the occasional late-night version of our semi-political podcast. We’re coming to you tonight from our Los Angeles studio, with Holly Anderson, Marcus Ellsworth, and Mukta Mohan mulling more than what ever the hell it was we just watched.

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The Stakes: Let Freedom Sing

Welcome back to “The Stakes,” the show where we collectively hoist our machetes and try to hack our way by way of the tangled underbrush of politics, news, and social justice in the year 2016. The machetes have microphones on them, or some thing. Appear, just go with us right here. Coming up on the show today:

Component 1: Ana Marie Cox chats with Dan Savage for the second installment of “Some of My Best Close friends,” a series that explores the relationships that cross ideological lines.
Portion two: Julie Zeilinger interviews the plaintiff in the most critical Supreme Court case on abortion considering that Roe v. Wade.
Portion three: Doreen St. Félix breaks down the sexist injustice of Immigration and Customs Enforcement in the U.S.
Portion four: Julianne Ross and Jaime Fuller address the wackiness of the Libertarian convention in Florida.
Element 5: Marcus Ellsworth reflects on the energy of freedom songs.

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