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This is what the news should sound like. The biggest stories of our time, told by the best journalists in the world. Hosted by Michael Barbaro. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a.m.

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domsmi

The podcast isn't biased. They're covering candidates that matter. Check the polls: https://morningconsult.com/2020-democratic-primary/. Some of the people mentioned below aren't even in the top 10 of potential democratic nominees

Feb 20th
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Calvin Unruh

andrew yang not mentioned? I like some of this ideas.

Feb 20th
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Jared Poulter

Calvin Unruh I thought the same thing when they started with Bernie Sanders as the farthest left. Yang is proposing a universal basic income, which goes beyond what Sanders is proposing.

Feb 20th
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Maciej Cierkosz

Andrew Yang also not mentioned... Daily is great overall but sometimes it seems that NY reporters miss a lot when researching a topic...

Feb 20th
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Jairus Kersey

I fucking hate these babbling teen bitches. They should've been shot.

Feb 20th
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Carson Volk

Since when is opposing the state of Israel (considering it is a result of Britain's early 20th century Mid-East regime building) considered anti-Semitic? since when is considering the area as belonging to Palestinians, Druze citizens, and Israeli Jews considered controversial???

Feb 20th
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Tiernan Mcveigh

no mention of Tulsi Gabbard?!

Feb 20th
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Darian Brown

Tiernan Mcveigh Exactly. And people don't think the Times is biased. LAWL

Feb 20th
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Terri Hunt

Former President Jimmy Carter wrote a book "Peace not Apartheid" on this subject. It is an interesting perspective from someone who lives his faith.

Feb 19th
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Peter Chaloner

Stop saying SEMETIC and anti-SEMETIC. The words are SEMITIC and anti-SEMITIC. Study elocution.

Feb 19th
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Caitlin DeSpain

no 2/18 podcast?

Feb 18th
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Jared Poulter

Caitlin DeSpain 2/18 was a holiday. Doesn't surprise me that they took the day off.

Feb 19th
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Jesse Hoffner

NYT selling war... again.

Feb 18th
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Yarhfouri Nadia

bonjour pp

Feb 16th
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Steve Scott

All talking over each other. I could not listen to more than 10mins of it.

Feb 15th
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Cassie

I echo on all these comments, my empathy is so high for them but its not very effective to listen to a bunch of overlapping, should have been separated interviews

Feb 15th
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Alex Mercedes

hard to listen to because of all the voices overlapping but I am glad to hear from them.

Feb 14th
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Sean Noonan

I wonder if this would have been better if these students were interviewed separately. IDK if this is just a teen girl thing but it seems like whatever one girl said the others simply parroted.

Feb 14th
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Kimothy Jewsack

Bucky Lunch anytime the daily has teenagers on it's pretty annoying, no matter how poignant or relevant their opinions might be.

Feb 15th
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Bucky Lunch

Sean Noonan like they said "like" like far too much like

Feb 14th
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Val White

god bless we love all of you

Feb 14th
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Alex Mercedes

Roy Moore's misconduct with "underage women"? I am wondering if learning to think and speak plainly rather than in euphemisms might be helpful. an under age woman is a child.

Feb 8th
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Gary Powers

I think it is all context and depends on the action. If the intent was bad/criminal, hold them accountable. If the intent was innocent or offensive, maybe take that into account. The issue with this though, is that everyone has opinions that differ when it comes to perceiving intent. This is an issue that may never have a direct or easy resolution. Putting Roy Moore and Al Franken in the same category is hard, but America is still trying to figure out how to approach these issues. Hopefully we grow as a nation and this issue fizzles out over the next few decades of generational change...but who knows. We also thought the KKK and Nazis were an issue Americans from 70-80 years ago had dealt with already.

Feb 8th
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Nina Terhaar

How do we charge children as young as 13 or 14 as adults in criminal cases and even murder yet consider lesser crimes to be "youthful indiscressions" or bad choices?

Feb 8th
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Ming Yang

I am a mother of a teenage boy and I have always been sort of a "feminist" ... when Kavanar was interrogated last year, it really shook me up: not sure which side to take. By the end of the day, I don't think people should be held responsible for stupid acts the did when they were young, especially if they have changed later.

Feb 8th
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