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    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discuss the Iowa caucus results. After being delayed, the results show Buttigieg and Sanders leading.

    Guests:

    Patrick Henningsen - Founder of 21st Century Wire | Bernie and The Iowa Caucus

    Carmine Sabia - Writer and Managing Editor at The Federalist Papers | Iowa Caucus

    Niko House - Founder of the MCSC Network | Failed Iowa App

    Bill Honigman - Progressive Healthcare Activist | Iowa Caucus

    Larry Sanger - Co-founder of Wikipedia | Intellectual Autonomy 

    The Iowa caucus was a disaster. Connections between democratic candidate Pete Buttigieg and the failed application are surfacing. Founder of 21st Century Wire Patrick Henningsen explains what happened. Managing editor of The Federalist Papers Carmine Sabia gives his opinion as a republican. Niko House goes over the failed application. Progressive healthcare activist Bill Honigman outlines the problems. 

    Intellectual autonomy is the ability to think for oneself. Co-founder of Wikipedia Larry Sanger connects this concept to the current technological environment. 

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    Donald Trump, Wikipedia, Democratic Primaries, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Iowa Caucus, impeachment
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