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Pantsuit Politics

For anyone discouraged by our current political discourse, Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers bring a nuanced and grace-filled perspective to discussions about politics and news.
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Now displaying: August, 2019
Aug 30, 2019

Topics Discussed:

FEMA Disaster Relief Fund (03:51)

Trump Administration and LGBT Issues (14:27)

Kirsten Gillibrand (31:07)

Georgia Senate Race (36:24)

Kentucky Senate Race (38:47)

 

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Aug 27, 2019

Topics Discussed:

The G7 Summit (03:24)

Compliments: Joe Walsh & Bill deBlasio (16:40)

The Border Crisis (23:38)

Outside of Politics (51:16)

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Aug 23, 2019

Topics Discussed:

1. There is a legitimate rise in people seeking to cross the border both illegally and legally, but we are not at record levels of immigration. (02:33)

2. The Northern Triangle (08:33)

3. For most of our history, border deportations were pretty informal if not absent. (14:20)

4. The Trump administration does not believe the U.S. should welcome the persecuted or oppressed. (18:57)

5. Increased migration to the US is part of an international trend -- this could be the new normal. (23:51)

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Aug 20, 2019

Topics Discussed:

Economy (02:29)

Native Presidential Forum (12:08)

Kabul Wedding Attack (13:55)

Disabled People and Gun Control (16:09)

Compliments: Beto O'Rourke & California Law Enforcement (17:40)

Defining the Political Spectrum (26:59)

Antifa (30:41)

Proud Boys (35:17)

Dealing with Extremist Ideologies in America (39:54)

Outside of Politics (58:30)

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Aug 16, 2019

The Constitution and its amendments are the foundation of American democracy. Yet, we are continually debating their meaning. We're going back to basics and breaking down some of the most hotly debated amendments to help us all understand them on a historical level.

In this episode, Beth talks with Dr. Michael Baranowski, political science professor and host of The Politics Guys, about the Tenth Amendment. 

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Aug 13, 2019

Topics Discussed:

Jeffrey Epstein (03:35)

Kashmir (12:54)

Trump Immigration Policies (16:24)

Compliments: Tulsi Gabbard and Colombia (23:58)

The Presidency and Empathy (28:39)

Gun Policy Proposals (36:52)

Outside of Politics (01:07:07)

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Aug 9, 2019

The Constitution and its amendments are the foundation of American democracy. Yet, we are continually debating their meaning. We're going back to basics and breaking down some of the most hotly debated amendments to help us all understand them on a historical level.

In this episode, Sarah talks with Angela J. Davis about the fourth, fifth, and sixth amendments. 

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4th Amendment: (02:52)

5th Amendment: (15:14)

6th Amendment: (26:30)

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Aug 6, 2019

Topics Discussed:

The Democratic Primary Debates: Round Two (02:39)

Compliments: Canadian Doctors & California College Professors (15:42)

Mass Shootings (20:53)

Outside of Politics (56:31)

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Aug 2, 2019

The Constitution and its amendments are the foundation of American democracy. Yet, we are continually debating their meaning. We're going back to basics and breaking down some of the most hotly debated amendments to help us all understand them on a historical level.

In this episode, Beth talks with Dr. Kristin Goss of Duke University about the second amendment. 

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