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Rachel Maddow works with unmatched rigor and resolve to explain our complex world and deliver news in a way that's illuminating and dynamic, connecting the dots to make sense of complex issues. Join her every weeknight as she provides in-depth reporting to illuminate the current state of political affairs and reveals the importance of transparency and accountability from our leaders.
 
If you know who NeNe Leaks is, but not Nancy Pelosi, then this is the podcast for you! Join Bravo stars, Julie Goldman (the gay) and Brandy Howard (the dumb) as they talk about the week in politics, like they are talking about reality tv. The podcast with lots of feelings, lots of facts, and zero f*cks. New episodes out every Tuesday!
 
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Despite the fact that it’s been less than a month since Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, and despite the fact that it’s less than a month until the Presidential election; This week, the Senate Judiciary Committee started the confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Coney Barrett, who is Trump’s nominee to replace The Gader on the Supreme …
 
The election is stressing out every single person in America, and Julie and Brandy are no exception. Looking for any excuse to drink and do drugs, the girls extended their “stress-bender” to include last week’s Vice Presidential Debate. Packed with ZERO revelations, and little (to no) tolerance, this episode is nothing to write home about. BUT. Kam…
 
This week, Donald Trump announced he has Corona Virus, so there’s only one thing for Julie & Brandy to do: celebrate! First, they make fun of him for being a big, fat douche who deserves Corona along with all the other diahrrea-toilet Republicans that he infected at his stupid Supreme Court Nomination Ceremony, and then they get WAPS talking about …
 
This week, Kentucky Attorney General, Daniel Cameron announced that the 3 police officers involved in the (wrongful and unlawful) death of (unarmed, civilian) Breonna Taylor, would NOT be charged for her murder. Upon hearing the news, Julie & Brandy wondered: why does Nick Cannon get fired from a tv show for saying stupid sh*t on his podcast, but c…
 
Even though every holiday is ruined by the ‘Rona, and half of America is unemployed (including Julie and Brandy), Labor Day didn’t get cancelled this year. Stuck with nowhere to go, and nothing to do, the girls called on their most glamorous friend, Lea Black, to serve up the party feels, and she did not disappoint. What started out as just another…
 
After a lot of drinking and doing drugs, Julie & Brandy finally finished their 2020 Repugnican National Convention Special. Sure to disgust most of their 14 listeners, the girls pulled speeches from (who they considered) the most repugnant speakers from the vile, four-day, Covid-contageous extravaganza. In the interest of time, they tried to keep t…
 
After a lot of laughing, crying, and technical snafus, Julie & Brandy finally finished their DGP 2020 Democratic National Convention Special. Sure to disappoint most of their 14 listeners, the girls pulled (what they considered) the best moments from the four-night, virtual, star-studded extravaganza. In the interest of time, they tried to keep the…
 
This episode is late because Julie & Brandy suck at life, and never want to record another podcast without Andrew Yang in it. They put it off for as long as they could, but eventually the show must go on. And in this case, the “show” is a poorly prepared podcast, without a guest, delivered late, and with very little enthusiasm. It’s mostly unremark…
 
This episode can only be described as: one thing: a f*cking miracle. Julie & Brandy don’t often achieve any of their goals, or have any of their dreams come true, but both things happened when Andrew Yang agreed to be a guest on the podcast this week. Desperate to connect with him, while making eye contact (in front of the drug-den-bulletin-board-w…
 
This is the second (and hopefully not last) installment of the Dumb Gay Politics: Icon Series. Some guests are just so iconic that they require a whole episode dedicated to them, and Miyoko Schinner is one such guest. She is the founder and owner of Miyoko’s Creamery, a plant-based cheese & butter company that is helping traditional dairy farmers t…
 
This week’s episode features one of the smartest, funniest, and most informative people that Julie & Brandy have ever met in their entire damn lives. If you’re not yet familiar with Brandi Collins-Dexter from Color of Change, then get ready to have your mind blown. She came on the podcast to educate the girls about the #StopHateForProfit boycott in…
 
On this week’s episode, Julie & Brandy talk to another exceptional person who is way too important to be on their podcast. Running to represent New York’s 17th district, Mondaire Jones is poised to make history as the first, openly gay, black, man to ever to be elected to the United States Congress. Although, the girls did their best to interview s…
 
This week, #BlackLivesMatter activists marched across America for over 30 consecutive days, and Julie & Brandy have one thing to say about it: THANK GOD. Covid cases are surging, Trump and the republicans are f*cking monsters and the only thing keeping the girls alive- is knowing that there are STILL people out there, tirelessly marching for racial…
 
This week, all 50 of the United States celebrated Juneteenth for the first time in history, while Vice President Mike Pence went on ABC and refused to say the words: BLACK LIVES MATTER. It’s a revolutionary time in America, but Julie & Brandy are clearly the wrong people to do it justice, so they enlist the help of The Best Dressed Man in Politics:…
 
This week’s episode features the most important person to ever be fooled by Julie & Brandy into coming on the podcast. Charles Booker is running for the United States Senate, and if he wins the primary next Tuesday in Kentucky, he will face Mitch McConnell (aka America’s malignant tumor) in November. Whether he wins the primary or not, Charles Book…
 
It was another exciting, and transformative week in American history, and Julie & Brandy really wish that they didn’t have to do it justice. Though they try their best to break down the momentous “Defund the Police” movement, and play a legendary clip of Senator Kamala Harris on the Senate floor, they lose all credibility when they follow it up wit…
 
This week, while the country memorialized our fallen heroes, Julie & Brandy finally accepted that Corona is here to stay by introducing a permanently temporary, new segment called, “This Sh*tty Week in Corona.” The segment is nothing but depressing bullet points, just begging to be fast-forwarded. After that they tell a rage-inducing tale about how…
 
After taking a week off, Julie and Brandy return unrefreshed and insane. The re opening of the country has begun and the girls have a lot of feelings. In this special episode they unpack and predict what the world could possibly look like in the next chapter in the Corona series and they answer zero questions. If you enjoy a messy, ranty, corona-y,…
 
This episode is late because Julie & Brandy are in their Corona feelings, and they suck at life right now. The news is redundant and the girls are in desperate need of a break, so they call their old friend Scheana Shay to distract them with a good old fashioned kiki. Scheana talks about what it’s like quarantining with her boyfriend Brock, seeing …
 
Summer has officially hit Southern California, and the heat of the sun has burned off all the f*cks that anyone had left about the Coronavirus. Determined to sober up and (finally) get their sh*t together, Julie & Brandy asked their internet friend Caissie if they could interview her and her son Lincoln about a viral tweet he sent to Obama on behal…
 
It’s the beginning of their fifth official week in quarantine, and Julie & Brandy decide that they need to seek professional help if they are going to live to see another day in isolation. So, they call on their good friend, dr. Linda James (who is not a doctor) to guide them through some self-care tips that he offers on his Cool, Comfort Podcast. …
 
It’s their fourth week in quarantine, and Julie & Brandy have lost all track of time and space. Are they happy? Are they sad? Are they hysterical? Are they insane? Are they even still in LA? They’re definitely confused & scared, and they desperately need a grounding presence to make them feel normal again. Thankfully, that presence shows up in the …
 
Three weeks in quarantine, and Julie & Brandy have self-medicated themselves half to death. They spent the first part of the week high on drugs and dancing along to video games, and the second part of the week hungover and crying into a pillow. Now it’s Tuesday and they’re ready to start all over again. And what better way than having their first q…
 
A deadly virus is stressing out every single person in the entire world, and Julie and Brandy are no exception. Looking for any excuse to drink and do drugs, the girls decide to turn their quasi-quarantine into a quasi-vacation, while podcasting. They spend the first half the episode trying to make sense of the CoronaVirus, before moving on to the …
 
Despite living a day ahead in New Zealand, Julie & Brandy still can't be on time. Distracted by frolicking with Galapagos Turtles in the land of Hobbits, the girls lost track of time and a functioning wireless connection. They pulled it together long enough to dissect the drama of Roger Stone's sentencing & the dysfunctional DOJ, before getting can…
 
After a lot of travel & drug-related distractions, Julie & Brandy finally finished their fifth-ever, Dumb Gay Politics Democratic Debate Special. Sure to disappoint most of their 14 listeners, the girls pulled the "best moments" from the New Hampshire primary debate, focusing on the candidates that are nearest & dearest to their hearts. In the inte…
 
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