Joe Trippi was campaign manager for Howard Dean in 2004 and is the author of the book “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised : Democracy, the Internet, and the Overthrow of Everything.” He joined Dan and Amy with reaction to Donna Brazile’s claims the 2016 Democratic Party primary was rigged and also reacted to the election results in Virginia:
CNN Senior Economist Stephen Moore joined Dan and Amy to talk about the impact the election results will have on the fight over tax reform in Congress:
Scott Phelps is the Executive Director of Abstinence and Marriage Education Partnership. He joined Dan and Amy to explain their ideas for abstinence programs in Illinois:
MSNBC’s AM Joy host lashed out at the NRA over the Sutherland Springs church shooting, accusing the gun rights nonprofit of wanting to create a country in which “packs of warlords” and “private armies” kill people “at will.”
Russell Moore for the Washington Post: Why church shootings don’t intimidate the church.
Democrats rode to victory in Tuesday’s hotly contested gubernatorial elections, as Ralph Northam defeated Republican Ed Gillespie in Virginia and Phil Murphy beat Republican Kim Guadagno in New Jersey.
Jonathan Tobin for National Review: Chris Christie: From Landslide Victory to Object Lesson.
Sexual harassment in Hollywood is nothing new. A news story from 1945 shares a story from actress Maureen O’Hara.
Civil rights activist Rev. Jesse Jackson has been accused of sexual harassment by a journalist who says the Chicago community leader grabbed her thigh while making a crude comment.