The election is… Actually not quite over but we have to record this episode sometime. In this episode, a breakdown of the notable winners and losers. Did we fire them all? Or… Any of them? Read More
The House of Representatives is now allowing absent members to vote via members who are physically present on the House floor, in a process called proxy voting, for the first time in US History. In this episode, we examine the unnecessary, unprecedented changes to the way the House passes bills that might also be unconstitutional. Read More
When Congress (finally) returned from their COVIDcation, experts in medicine, vaccine development, law, and business testified under oath. In this episode, hear the highlights from 17 hours of that expert testimony during which you’ll learn about a concerning new vaccine development policy, Mitch McConnell’s dangerous demands for the next COVID-19 response law, and how Republicans and Democrats failed for the last two decades to secure the nation’s medical mask supply.
Thank you to all Congressional Dish producers who make the independence of this podcast possible. Enjoy your show! Read More
Coronavirus. A lot of people are scared – and money is being made off of our fear. In this episode, let’s take a calm look at the facts presented under oath by health professionals in Congress and in official press conferences. What is happening? How does this virus work? How is it transmitted? Why are we all being told to stay home? By the end of this episode, you will have those answers and (hopefully) be better prepared to handle the bad news that’s soon to come. Read More