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Podcast cover showing the fatured stories Theresa Gaverone and Lame Duck legislation You’re So Lame Duck (12/23/2022) - GOP gerrymandering shenanigans caused an Ohio GOP State Senator to lose her seat and we look at more fun from the lame duck session of the Ohio legislature. You really didn't want your right to choose to be restored did you?
Be A Fascist Without Telling Us You’re A Fascist (11/22/2022) - A majority of Ohioans didn't support the relection of Governor Mike Dewine or any of the GOP office holders and the GOP wants to keep it that way by making it harder to vote. Do you know the difference between Critical Thinking and Confirmation Bias?
Religious Freedom Is NOT Pie (10/26/2022) - For our 50th episode we look at religious opposition to equality efforts where we have to state again, religious freedom is not pie. Then we explain simply why government policies to address racism isn't racist. Finally we look at one local political ad that is an outright lie and showing the ad hurts democracy.

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