Breht O’Shea & Professor Corey Brettschneider, Episode 1177


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Topics: Louisville protestors reject decision not to prosecute police who murdered Breonna Taylor; Cops are getting worse, not better; Will Dems take to the streets after Trump refuses to vacate?; Why Fascism is a virus; Is the Left prepared to fight Fascism? Are Dems prepared to fight Fascism?; The Overton Window's origin story; Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the 14th amendment Guests & Time Codes: (:03) David and Dan Frankenberger kill time after the first guest fails to show up (29:13) Professor Corey Brettschneider, author of “The Oath And The Office: A Guide To The Constitution for Future Presidents” his latest book is “Decisions and Dissents of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A Selection” (Penguin Liberty) (1:01:57) Chokwe Pitchford, running for Michigan's 79th District House of Representatives (1:42:55) Dr. Jennifer Verdolin, animal behaviorist and author of “Raised By Animals” (2:00:43) Alan Minsky, executive director of Progressive Democrats of America (2:36:37) "There's Power In The Union" performed by Lance Jeffries, Tom Webber and Kathleen Ashe (2:38:42) Jon Ross, comedy writer and gentleman farmer (3:08:15) Burt Ross, American hero who took on the Mob, and created New Jersey’s right turn on red (3:42:36) Professor Ben Burgis, columnist for Jacobin and host of “Give Them An Argument” (4:07:53 ) Jim Earl, Emmy and Peabody award winning comedy writer (4:28:55) Dr. Philip Herschenfeld, psychiatrist, and his son Ethan, comedian and Harvard apologist (5:03:00) "Merchant of Chaos" written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel (5:10:00) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn, from Americans United for Separation of Church and State (5:40:46) “The Roundtable” with Professor Harvey J. Kaye, Professor Mary Anne Cummings and Professor Adnan Husain featuring the music of Professor Mike Steinel (6:33:37) Henry Hakamaki talks with Breht O’Shea, host of "RevLeft," a podcast which looks at Communist Philosophy, Proletarian History, Critical Theory, & Revolutionary Politics, as well as the cohost of "Red Menace," a podcast that explains and analyzes Revolutionary theory and then applies its lessons to our contemporary conditions. This is a pledgisode. Please support independent podcasting by going to and making a donation. We accept all major credit cards. Please attend Diabetic Fury, our Diabetes Town Hall Saturday night at 9:30 PM. Tickets are 15 dollars, and ALL proceeds go towards diabetes awareness. For more information go to and hit the Pay Per View menu.

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