This week on BTL...GOSSIP! Nothing like some good old infighting among the Democrats to get us excited about the endless casual insult and loaded compliment possibilities! Plus we've got primary results from Kentucky and Oregon, an attempt to refute accepted science (Republicans get away with that all the time so why not us?) and detailed reports of the greatest day in Congressional history. Finally, we're almost as cool as the British! Oh, and Oklahoma is up to legit shenanigans in their quest to rid the state of doctors and women...or at least that's what we assume their crazy abortion bill is all about. That and tons more if you click RIGHT HERE!
Running for president is a job for a people-person, which is why Ted Cruz left the campaign with little to show beyond a treasure-trove of awkward physical comedy moments. Bye byeeeeeee Belzubub!
Dispatches from way out in Sandersland: Hillary Clinton's been rolling like a political behemoth and inevitable winner for years, but she’s having trouble convincing young voters to buy into that narrative. For the sake of larger party unity, we've compiled this list of our best, possibly condescending but absolutely imperative advice to Clinton's camp. Millennials will become the largest voting bloc in America in the next few cycles - any party or candidate that wants to be elected or relevant in the future needs to start earning their loyalty ASAP, and Clinton will need these energetic young voters to join her camp if she does in fact become the nominee.
An older woman's defense of the primary's young female voters. A guest post from this week's podcast guest, Carla Nordstrom.