December 29th, 2021 | 1 hr 27 mins
adam harris, banning books, beto, biden, black lives matter, blm, chuck todd, civil rights, clint smith, cori bush, drone warfare, ebenezer baptist church, federal judges, fetterman, gifted education, hbuc, heather mcghee, jr., kamala harris, magnet schools, mandel conor lamb, martin luther king, moderates, nikole hannah-jones, ossoff, oz, progressives, public defenders, racial equity, sat, school diversity, stacey abrams, student loans, tim ryan, warnock
BLM signs have come down, and tough conversions now are about what racial equity looks like. For instance, is getting rid of the SAT the best solution? Plus, The Washington Post's Perry Bacon and guest host Tim Miller get personal on the struggle to find a diverse school for their kids.
December 7th, 2021 | 41 mins 34 secs
atlanta, bob dole, brian kemp, central california, churchill, dan rostenkowski, david perdue, fame, fdr, fox news, georgia electorate, georgia voters, herschel walker, house ways & means, jan. 6 committee, japan, joe biden, john eastman, kamala harris, maga, marc short, mark meadows, metro atlanta suburbs, mike pence, nunes, ossoff, pearl harbor, redistricting, social media, stacey abrams, trump, warnock, wwii
Stacey Abrams sees good odds in the Georgia's governor's race, while the Republican candidates are stuck in the amber of Trump's Big Lie. Plus: Nunes' job change shows that being on Fox is the new path to power. NBC News' Jonathan Allen joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast.