Retiring from 21 years of military service, Col. Vindman explains his plans to support the overthrow of authoritarian leadership that threatens to destroy the US.
"I feel the burden to advocate for my values and an enormous urgency to act," writes Lt. Col. Vindman, promising even as he despaired, he has reason to hope.
Guest host Jonathan Capehart asked his panel to tackle the potential election scenarios that may play out between November and January, and Nichols had advice about who we should be watching.
On AM Joy, Cross took the media for task for not reflecting the audience that would be voting in the 2020 Democratic primaries.
Tiffany Cross and Jonathan Capehart was part of a power panel of Black and brown heavy hitters excoriating the Dems and the media for exalting the white candidates at the expense of Sen. Harris, Sen. Booker, and Sec. Castro.
Former evangelist Frank Schaeffer took the likes of Franklin Graham, Kenneth Copeland and their fellow grifters to task for holding a so-called "Special Day of Prayer" for Trump.
Former Republican Congressman from Florida has harsh words for Dems who hesitate on impeachment.
Filling in for Joy Reid, Jonathan Capehart and his guests dissect the timing of why Donald Trump suddenly wants a more official State TV station of his own.
Reid and Guests builds confidence about Democratic chances and policies.
There's no civil war in the Democratic Party. The Republicans are simply running scared.
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