“Outside The Wire” tells the story of Jason Kander’s experiences as a deployed American soldier and what he’s learned about working in politics while keeping your soul intact. Join us for this Crooked crossover episode with the host of Lovett or Leave It, and find out why risking your life for a Whopper may not be worth it.
Cohen faces the music. Trump faces Pelosi. And Favreau and Vietor face Lovett's 2018 quiz. What a week. What a year. Jon is joined by returning champions Alicia Garza, Megan Gailey, Louis Virtel, Jon Favreau, and Tommy Vietor to break down a wild week of culminations and confrontations. Plus: Lady Gaga's repetitive sound bites, romaine's bitter downfall, Amy Adams's many Oscar snubs, and we announce our 2019 Lovett or Leave It tour. Terrific.
Live from the 6th Annual Women Rule Summit in D.C.! In this episode, Anna Palmer and Ana Marie Cox speak to Piper Perabo about going from actress to activist. Piper shares her journey from wanting to help, to being willing to get arrested for what she believes in. They talk about what it means to really be an ally, and how to listen and help those who are marginalized without taking over their causes.
Trump throws a tantrum over the wall in the Oval Office, Michael Cohen is sentenced to three years in prison, and more Democrats throw their support behind a Green New Deal. Then Stacey Abrams talks to Jon about her race for governor in Georgia, her new lawsuit to uphold voting rights, and her future plans.
This week Erin is joined by Megan Gailey and Kiran Deol to discuss the dream of Nancy Pelosi as Trump’s worst nightmare, a small SCOTUS victory for Planned Parenthood, and the huge sorry the world owes to Jazmine Headley. Then, Moms Demand Action founder Shannon Watts stops by to talk about her inspiring fight against gun violence. And then, as always our Hills.
DeRay, Brittany, Clint and Sam talk about using creativity to combat white supremacy, confronting housing segregation, Cyntoia Brown's prison sentence, and the rise of dollar stores. Nicholas Turner of the Vera Institute of Justice joins DeRay to discuss prison systems globally.