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Roger Stone arrested on seven charges including obstruction
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Bonus: Chris Talks Hurricane Relief & "Disaster Socialism" with Tallahassee DSA
Here's a little Thanksgiving bonus for you all: Producer Chris talks to members of the Tallahassee DSA about their disaster relief efforts after Hurricane Michael. They discuss their idea of "disaster socialism": the opportunity to bring networks of solidarity created by organizations like DSA to direct aid of afflicted communities in the wake of these (increasingly frequent) climate disasters. We also discuss failures of state relief organizations, the presence of right-wing vigilante groups after the storm, and free pizza as praxis. Tallahassee DSA Disaster Relief Fund: https://www.gofundme.com/dsa-tlh-hurricane-relief-fund Support and donate to Mutual Aid Disaster Relief: https://mutualaiddisasterrelief.org/donate/ Cosby Hayes is an artist, activist and co-chair of the Tallahassee DSA and co-host of the podcast Tropical Depression with Ryan Ray and Daniel Moran. https://soundcloud.com/tropicaldepressionpodcast Pearson Bolte is the co-host of Coffee with Comrades: http://www.coffeewithcomrades.com/ Ryan Ray is an electoral organizer with Tallahassee DSA.
Chapo Trap House
Aired 5 months ago 76:02
College Football Week 9 Picks and Previews
Ty and Dan break down a potentially macabre slate of Week 9 games with a number of ranked teams playing away from home, including Clemson's trip to Tallahassee, Texas's night spot in Stillwater, and Georgia and Florida's annual rivalry in Jacksonville. Plus, key matchups with Wazzu on the road at Stanford, Texas A&M heading to Starkville, Texas Tech going to Iowa State, and Iowa traveling to Happy Valley.
The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
Aired 4 months ago 23:54
The Plan to Discredit the Florida Recount
Republicans, seeking to secure the party’s majority and agenda in the Senate, are determined to delegitimize the statewide recount underway in Florida. We look at what Democrats have learned since the last time Republicans used that strategy. Guests: Maggie Haberman, a White House correspondent for The New York Times, and Jeremy W. Peters, who covers politics for The Times and is reporting on the recount from Tallahassee. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily.