Hosted by Jack Burland, Politically Charged is your one stop shop for political updates. New episodes every Monday morning to keep you up to speed with in-depth analysis on what happened last week, and what to expect this week.
This week we talk about the US role in places like Syria where governments are slaughtering their own people, a more likely by the second trade war with China, Scott Pruitt, and North Korea.
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Sinclair Broadcast Group tries to skirt the rules with the help of the Trump administration, yet another Cabinet member is fired via tweet, and Laura Ingraham inexplicably attempts to bully a teenager.
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This week we talk about the March for Our Lives event in Washington D.C. and throughout the globe, the replacement for H.R. McMaster as National Security Advisor, and President Trump's latest trade war.
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Conor Lamb wins a seat in congress that Republicans never should have lost, but adds fuel to the fire of the simmering Democratic civil war. The Senate rolls back regulations put in place on the banking industry following the 2008 collapse, Rexit, and more from the never ending Trump/Russia saga.
Democratic Civil War
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Uploaded Wednesday night, recorded Sunday afternoon. May not be the most up to date information, but the North Korea summit and gun control progress in Florida make this episode worth uploading late.
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