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Prune Juice Media | April 28, 2017

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Ep. 25 – Syrian Missiles, Gorsuch Confirmed, Internet Privacy, Automatic Voter Registration

Monday, 10 April, 2017 |

This is a special late edition of our podcast simply because of the craziness of the news cycle.

Host Matt Stevens talks about Donald Trump’s bright idea to launch missiles at a Syrian airfield late last week. This was … Read More

Politics and Prune Juice Ep. 19 – ICE Raids, Heated Town Halls, and Trump’s Delusional Press Conference

Wednesday, 22 February, 2017 |

In our 19th episode, host Matt Stevens discusses the urgency the immigrant community has in fighting recent Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids.

We then talk about how town hall meetings with Republican members of Congress have gone off … Read More

Politics and Prune Juice Ep. 16 – Impeachment Fantasies, Executive Orders, and Irrelevant Celebrity Political Opinions

Tuesday, 31 January, 2017 |

The gloves are off in this 16th episode of the show!

Host Matt Stevens breaks down exactly why a potential impeachment of Donald Trump is not happening anytime soon. Sorry to burst your bubble!

We also discuss why the … Read More

Politics and Prune Juice Episode #14 – I Still Have Election Depression

Monday, 16 January, 2017 |

In this episode, host Matt Stevens opens up about the widespread “election depression” Americans face with the impending inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. We nervously recap a few items the incoming president will be in charge of once he … Read More

Politics and Prune Juice Episode #9 – Scalia, New Hampshire, and Hillary’s Beating

Thursday, 18 February, 2016 |

The judicial showdown between the U.S. Senate and the White House is the focus of our ninth episode of Politics and Prune Juice.

Host Matt Stevens discusses why Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) must have lost or forgotten … Read More

Politics and Prune Juice Episode #6 – Hillary’s ATL Interruption, CNBC Debates, GOP Debate Rules

Monday, 9 November, 2015 |

In this week’s show, Matt gives a first-hand account of how #BlackLivesMatter protesters interrupted Hillary Clinton’s campaign event in Atlanta. We look at whether or not the protesters really had an impact on Clinton’s appearance in front of the … Read More

Awful Voter Turnout Is the Real Reason Democrats Lost the Midterms

Wednesday, 5 November, 2014 |

Bluntly put, we have a lot of lazy voters among us and they need to be called out.

This shameful practice of citizens not participating in democracy was on full display in Tuesday’s elections. Despite nearly a … Read More

Republicans Rack Up Big Gubernatorial Slots In Midterms

Wednesday, 5 November, 2014 |

Republican governors won big on Tuesday night. This is a major boost for their party who now use statehouses to ram through legislation that may not otherwise work on a national level — such as abortion restrictions and strict voter … Read More

Women Are Strong Contenders In GA and KY Senate Races

Wednesday, 21 May, 2014 |

MAY 2014 VICTORY SPEECH BY KY-SEN CANDIDATE ALISON LUNDERGAN GRIMES:

Tuesday was primary day in a few states across the country. Of all the races, there were two that I specifically have my eyes on.

In Georgia and Kentucky, U.S. … Read More

Selfish Senate GOP Blocks Chances at Federal Min. Wage Hike

Friday, 2 May, 2014 | 1

Minimum wage workers throughout the U.S. received a kick in the teeth from the U.S. Senate on Wednesday.

The chamber needed 60 votes to advance debate on the consideration to hike the federal minimum wage. They only secured 54 … Read More