Dinner Table Politics: Scandal Scandal! Scandal!

The latest episode of Dinner Table Politics is online!

The accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh prompt Abby and Jim’s discussion about scandals past and present, including Clarence Thomas, Bill Clinton, and presidents stretching all the way back to George Washington. Kennedy, Eisenhower, Roosevelt, Jefferson – even Washington himself were all subjects of salacious rumors, many of which turned out to be facts.

When scandal arises, why does who you vote for impact who you believe? What was Gloria Steinem’s “One Free Grope” rule? And, on a less important note, what is the proper way to pronounce “harassment?”

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Also, if you missed last week’s episode, here it is:

Abby and Jim asked who was the “Senior Trump Official” that wrote the anonymous Op-Ed in last week’s New York Times? We review the list of suspects, including Jon Huntsman, Jr., Larry Kudlow, Mike Pence, Kellyanne Conway, and Melania Trump. (It probably wasn’t Melania Trump.)

Also, are we living in a computer simulation? Elon Musk says yes, but Abby only says maybe.

Download last week’s episode here.

Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here.

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2 thoughts on “Dinner Table Politics: Scandal Scandal! Scandal!”

  1. I know it’s way past the expiration date for this, but I did my periodic Google for Lang’s one man board and…it’s gone. Kinda weird that the last traces of those flame wars seem to finally be gone

    1. Lang is never gone. He blogs nearly every day at languatron1.blogspot.com

      His fortress of doom still lays in a shambles at https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/languatron/ucp.php?mode=login

      I’ve posted on his board many times. Most of my stuff has been deleted. I was finally permanently banned by a site administrator since Lang couldn’t figure out how to do it himself.

      I know this isn’t the kind of feedback Stallion is soliciting, but….

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