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Prune Juice Media | November 29, 2015

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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

Politics and Prune Juice Podcast #4 – Democratic Debate Recap and Guest Anton Taylor

Monday, 19 October, 2015 |

In this episode, Matt recaps the first Democratic debate in Las Vegas and why CNN moderator Anderson Cooper was the real winner over the five actual candidates. We also rate the performances of each of the participants … 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

Steve Harvey Mistakenly Calls Michelle Nunn a Black Woman On Air

Tuesday, 4 November, 2014 |

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This had to be one of the funniest clips I have heard in a while.

Media personality and comedian Steve Harvey used his morning show on Monday to host U.S. Senate candidate Michelle NunnRead More

GA State Sen. Is Pissed About Early Voting In Black Areas

Friday, 12 September, 2014 |

Early voting is popular among black voters and one Georgia legislator is none too happy about it.

State Sen. Fran Millar, whose district is in the metro Atlanta area, is upset with upcoming early voting options in his county. … Read More

Michelle Nunn’s Senate Campaign Plan Leaks

Tuesday, 29 July, 2014 |

In Georgia, all the political observers are talking about a major leak from U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn’s campaign.

On Tuesday, the National Review revealed a campaign strategy document from Nunn that has raised several eyebrows in the state. … Read More

Georgia Continues to Strangle Access to Affordable Health Care

Tuesday, 27 May, 2014 |

The state of Georgia continues to take steps in the wrong direction on the issue of healthcare for its citizens.

On Tuesday, I came across a sobering and stunning article on the state of the Affordable Care Act, or … Read More

Women Are Strong Contenders In GA and KY Senate Races

Wednesday, 21 May, 2014 |


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

GA-Sen. Candidate Wants Feds Out of Minimum Wage

Tuesday, 13 May, 2014 |

As a resident of Georgia, this kind of off-the-rocker conservative talk does not surprise me much anymore.

Karen Handel, a Republican running for U.S. Senate in Georgia, weighed in on the federal minimum wage debate that’s gaining steam in … Read More

Gun Owners Declare Open Season On Georgia Residents

Thursday, 24 April, 2014 |

As of Wednesday, the Second Amendment of the Constitution has been pimped to new levels in the state of Georgia.

Gov. Nathan Deal, a Republican, signed what is arguably the most expansive state-level gun law in the country. Critics call House Bill … Read More