This week we talk about a publishing company that owes its freelancers a bundle of money but found enough to pay transgender icon Janet Mock to guest edit their March issue, could it be the end of the government shutdown threat, and the Grammys.
Read about the PrideMedia mess here.
If you want to help, tweet #OutOwes or RT Dawn’s tweet here.
The latest on the shutdown talks is here.
Here is the official, full list of who won what at The Grammy Awards.
Apologies for some audio pops this week; this was one we had to do on the fly due to time constraints!
This week, Chardonnay Merlot and I bring you another two-part podcast as we discuss the Supreme Court decision to uphold President Trump’s ban on transgender troops, the government shutdown and efforts to avoid a second one in 2019, and the growing field of challengers in next year’s presidential election.
In part two, Chardonnay and I debate the crisis in Venezuela: https://soundcloud.com/user-159096493/before-the-war-ep11-part-two
If you’re interested in reading about Angela Davis: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/25/us/angela-davis-israel.html
For information about BDS:
President Donald Trump plans to make his pitch to the nation Tuesday night to fund a border wall between the United States and Mexico. Or a fence. Or something. Whatever.
The truth is: You don’t have to watch his Oval Office address. Listen to us instead!
Episode 8 of our podcast features our discussion of the government shutdown, Trump’s border wall nonsense, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rep. Rashida Tlaib and the Golden Globe Awards! And if it’s any consolation, Chardonnay Merlot promises she’ll watch Trump so you don’t have to!
Here are links mentioned in this week’s podcast episode:
More Americans oppose the construction of a wall, according to the latest poll.
Here are 6 Things You Need To Know about the president’s lies about the need for a border wall.
New York City Congressswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez doubles-down on her statement that President Trump is a racist.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib apologizes — sorta — for calling Trump a “motherfucker.”
Looking for the app to help transgender people find a bathroom where they can “Pee In Peace?” It’s right here!
Out Staff Writer Mathew Rodriguez attended the Golden Globe Awards Sunday night and shared his thoughts on the top top winners: Bohemian Rhapsody and Green Book.
And as promised, here’s Cosmopolitan with a look at how the stars of Pose won the red carpet!
We’ll be back next week with a new podcast! Thanks for listening and sharing!