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    On today's show, Thom is joined by Julio Rivera, editorial director of Reactionary Times, columnist with Newsmax, Right Wing News and Politichicks, as we continue to talk about Georgia special election.

    Article: "Ad uses Scalise shooting against Ossoff in Georgia" by Julia Manchester.
    Article: "Why Germany's Politics Are Much Saner, Cheaper, and Nicer Than Ours" by Olga Khazan, Sep 30, 2013.
    Case: "Buckley v. Valeo", 1976
    Article: "The Powell Memo or Powell Manifesto".
    Article: "Medicare Part D coverage gap" (Medicare donut hole) by Wikipedia.
    Article: "When you cross-reference Theresa May's speech with her voting record, it's as if she didn't mean anything she said" by Holly Baxter.
    Article: "Will tuition ever stop increasing?" by Amanda Reaume.
    Article: "The Car Was Repossessed, but the Debt Remains" by Jessica Silver-Greenberg and Michael Corkery.
    Article: "Unanimous consent" by Wikipedia.
    Article: "Senate Dems Will 'Grind Chamber to a Halt' Over GOP Healthcare Bill" by Colin Kalmbacher.
    Article: "London attack: man, 47, arrested on suspicion of attempted murder" by Vikram Dodd and Matthew Taylor.
    Article: "What we know about Navy destroyer's deadly collision with a container ship in Japan" by Julia Jacobo.
    Article: "Theresa May delivered her first statement as Prime Minister in Downing Street." by Theresa May.
    Article: "Bush's Faustian Deal With the Taliban" by Robert Scheer, May 22, 2001.
    Article: "Jury asks to see footage of Philando Castile's death — again" by Emanuella Grinberg and Bill Kirkos.
    Article: "Police officer who shot dead Philando Castile acquitted of all charges" by AP.
    Article: "Trump unveils new restrictions on travel, business with Cuba" by Dan Merica.
    Article: "Open primaries in the United States" by Wikipedia.
    Article: "The GOP's Stealth War Against Voters" (Interstate Crosscheck) by Greg Palast, August 24, 2016.

    You can find Thom's previous editions here. And tune in to radio Sputnik three hours a day, five days a week, at 12 pm EST.

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