Category Archives: Shows

12/14 The FCC Kills Net Neutrality w/ Ryan Singel

Today on the Majority Report, we’re joined by Ryan Singel to discuss the implications of Ajit Pai’s decision to overturn Net Neutrality safeguards and how Congress will pay a hefty price as a result. What exactly is Ajit Pai undoing? … Continue reading

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12/13 How Russia Hacked America—And Why It Will Happen Again w/ Julia Ioffe

On today’s show, The Atlantic’s Julia Ioffe joins us to discuss joins us to discuss her recent article in The Atlantic, What Putin Really Wants. While many Americans view Putin’s government as a powerful, well-oiled machine, Ioffe says it’s more like … Continue reading

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12/12 Kids These Days: Human Capital and the Making of Millennials w/ Malcolm Harris

On today’s show, author Malcolm Harris (@BigMeanInternet) joins us to discuss his new book, Kids These Days: Human Capital and the Making of Millennials. While their elders often blame the problems of the millennial generation on millennials themselves, Harris debunks that … Continue reading

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12/11 The GOP Assault on Institutions & Norms

Good afternoon. On today’s show, Alabama voters explain why they’re sticking by Roy Moore, Republicans perpetrate voter suppression in AL, the GOP continues to attack institutions devoted to the public good, the right wing media is suddenly skeptical of the … Continue reading

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12/8 Franken Resigns, Sam Returns w/ Cliff Schecter & Andy Kindler

Good afternoon. On today’s show, Mike Cernovich flails in an NPR interview, and Cliff Schecter joins us to discuss Al Franken’s resignation. Also: Comedian Andy Kindler joins us to talk Weird Mike and the GOP tax cuts (with some Jew … Continue reading

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12/7 Robbing the Poor to Feed the Rich w/ Eric Levitz (+Al Franken resigns)

Good afternoon. On today’s show, New York Magazine’s Eric Levitz joins us to discuss the GOP tax bill. As Levitz notes, it’s one of the least popular tax bills in US history, and it is (technically) a tax cut. Unlike … Continue reading

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12/6 Will Alabama Send a Predator to the Senate? w/ Dave Weigel

The Washington Post’s Dave Weigel, explains why Doug Jones might pull off an upset in Alabama. Roy Moore’s strength of support and what it reveals about Alabama and Republicans. What can Doug Jones do now? And does Steve Bannon wear … Continue reading

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12/5 Remapping Class & Recentering Oppression w/ Tithi Bhattacharya (+Who’s Afraid of Mike Cernovich?)

Good afternoon. On today’s show, South Asian history professor Tithi Bhattacharya joins us to discuss her new book “Social Reproduction Theory: Remapping class, recentering oppression.” After laying out the basics of social reproduction theory, she discusses how it can help … Continue reading

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12/4 The GOP’s Tax Bill: A One-Sided Class War

Good afternoon. On today’s show, Sam sees his skepticism of Brian Ross’s Michael Flynn source validated, the Cernovich “controversy” continues, Bernie points out how bad the GOP tax bill is, Orrin Hatch attacks the un-deserving poor, Joe Manchin is sad … Continue reading

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12/1 Flynn Flips & GOP Poised To Rob With Tax Deal w/ Cliff Schecter

Good morning. On today’s show, Cliff Schecter (@cliffschecter) joins us to talk about Michael Flynn flipping on Trump, Jared Kushner’s involvement in the Russia scandal, and the indefensible Republican tax bill, which is clearly a precursor to cutting social security and other … Continue reading

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