Chardonnay Merlot and Dawn Ennis return with a special Redacted Mueller Report edition recorded at Bruegger’s Bagels on South Main Street in West Hartford, Conn.
We discuss what we’ve learned in the early hours since the release of the redacted version of the Mueller Report, plus we discuss the existence of LGBTQ Republicans and conservatives, an anti-Chick-fil-A protest, and the emerging big issues of the 2020 campaign.
Read the full report yourself by clicking this link.
Later this afternoon we’ll share more links and other information below the link to our SoundCloud podcast.
If you’d like to read my story about the Cincinnati Chick-fil-A protest, click here.
How many out LGBTQ Republicans won their races in the last election cycle? Three. Read my story for Into by clicking here.
Read about the difficulties faced by LGBTQ conservatives in this story from The New York Times.
And if you’re an LGBTQ Republican, you will find likeminded people in a group that calls itself the Log Cabin Republicans. You can read about them at their website, and we recommend you get another perspective of them, with which we happen to agree, by clicking here.
We’ll see you next week!
This week in Episode 19: Chardonnay Merlot and Dawn Ennis discuss the transgender military ban going into effect, the arrest of Julian Assange sheds new light on the imprisonment of Chelsea Manning, the 19 Democrats and 2 Republicans running for president and a strike impacting 30-thousand union workers at supermarkets throughout New England.
For more information on the transgender military ban, check out these reports from NBC News, Axios and The Advocate.
To read about Chelsea Manning’s connection to the Julian Assange arrest, click here.
Here are all the candidates currently running for president in 2020. When you go to the Ballotpedia link, click on any name to learn about that candidate.
And here are reports by the Hartford Courant and the Connecticut Post about the ongoing Stop & Shop Strike. Before the War supports the workers and click here to read how you can support striking workers.
We’ll be back Tuesday with another episode: our 20th!