Episode #368: Before ‘Enemy Of The People,’ There Was A Horsewhip Committee

Christine Chabot of Loyola University weighs the arguments of getting Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire early, before Republicans have a chance of regaining control of the Senate (and the White House).

And Donald Ritchie talks about his new book, “The Columnist,” about the controversial and feared journalist, the late Drew Pearson.

Plus, Senate Republicans block a Democratic voting rights bill.  And Eric Adams, the Brooklyn borough president, may be on his way of becoming New York City’s next mayor.

Music heard in this broadcast:

I’ll Be Back by The Beatles

Pushin’ Too Hard by The Seeds

Nowhere to Run by Martha Reeves and the Vandellas

Dirty Laundry by Don Henley




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