Worst Year Ever

Worst Year Ever

2020 isn't going to be fun for anybody, left, right, or center. What many call the Most Important Election of Our Lifetime is going to be exhausting, ugly, angry, and probably at least a little racist. Listen as Robert Evans, Katy Stoll, and Cody Johnston try to keep level heads covering the election while traveling the country, from the Iowa Caucus to gun shows and anti-vaccine conventions, finding out what Real America really wants and thinks during the, “Worst Year Ever.”... Show More

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September 22, 2020 62 min

The team has an honest talk about RBG and what to expect in the weeks to come.

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A Break From Politics To Talk About Our Burning Planet.

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Obstacles facing defunding the police, from someone actually trying to do it.

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Today we talked with candidate for city council Nithya Raman about how she went from an activist helping the unhoused to an aspiring politician fighting for the unhoused, and many other issues significantly exacerbated by a pandemic.

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In today's episode, we discuss the wide range of protests that happened over the weekend: the proud boys, QAnon, and black lives matter.

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Today we talk with Aum Shinrikyo expert Sarah Hightower about the increasing danger of Qanon, how cults grow, and what we can possibly do to help people lost to them. We recorded this a day before some genius asked the president about it in public and he responded how cool they are. Awesome!

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Today we talk about the possible results of the election possibly not going smoothly while the president pretends to help people.

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This show was originally supposed to be about the election, so we should probably talk about the election.

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Today Cody and Katy chat with David Kim, a congressional candidate from CAs 34th district, and talk about UBI, human centered economy, and challenging the democratic establishment among other things. Meanwhile, Robert naps.

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Today, Cody and Robert discuss why Robert is so tired (the feds teargassing Portland every night), and we interview ROC Music City about why they are so frustrated (serving maskless people during coronavirus).


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July 14, 2020 67 min

Katy and Cody catch Robert up on this week's news.

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July 8, 2020 64 min

For more than forty nights, activists in Portland have confronted the city's Police Bureau in a series of marches, occupations and vigils. For more than a month the bulk of these demonstrations have ended in tear gas, truncheons and horrific Police violence. But as the weeks have gone on the people of Portland have learned how to stand up against their police, and as July sets in the conflict has escalated to stranger, and more...

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Robert, Katy, and Cody are joined by Ricci Sergienko to discuss the People's City Council, corrupt politicians, defunding the police, Covid-19 and more!

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Today we sit down with investigative journalist Billy Jenson to discuss the mysterious death of Robert Fuller, the problems with policing and how to investigate when you can't trust the cops.

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Wondering what's up, legally with Trump's declaration that 'Antifa' is a terrorist group? We talk that, and about the legal realities of activism, with lawyer Moira Meltzer-Cohen.

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June 16, 2020 66 min

Today we talk about the history and philosophy behind autonomous zones, and how people can ruin them.

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Today we talk updates about the, you know, massive public unrest and police brutality, and then talk to a Minneapolis protester about his city, like, abolishing the police.

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What else were we going to talk about this week?

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Robert, Katy, and Cody interview former congresswoman, Katie Hill.

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Minneapolis is drenched in a cloud of tear gas after local police murder a man. Here's what you need to know about the ongoing protest. 

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