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Podcast by Elizabeth and Matt Bruenig
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SUBSCRIBE TO GET ALL EPISODES SUPERCAST: https://thebruenigs.supercast.tech/ PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/thebruenigs Matt is here with a special midweek bonus episode, talking to returning guest Marshall Steinbaum about the advanced tax rebate in the Coronavirus emergency legislation and the interesting ways in which that rebate was handled in the discourse. Ultimately we learn the EITC is bad, once again.
SUBSCRIBE ON SUPERCAST: https://thebruenigs.supercast.tech/ SUBSCRIBE ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/thebruenigs The gang is back. The first 30 minutes are spent discussing the bailout, mostly just explaining what it is and taking on some common questions and misconceptions. The rest of the episode is answering listener queries of all sorts.
Easily subscribe to our premium feed for $5/mo on Supercast: https://thebruenigs.supercast.tech/ The gang is back with a sprawling episode about the Coronavirus crisis and the social transformation it has currently caused and will possibly cause well into the future. Subscribe on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thebruenigs
The full gang is back (liz and matt) with some fresh content. The first half is Matt melting down over fact checking about Joe Biden's Social Security record. The second half is a discussion of the Warren saga, mostly led by Liz (as Matt discussed his take earlier).
The gang talks about the new star war movie. Matt has not seen it.
The gang is back to celebrate Liz's 30 For 30 success and discussion hot topics like emotional labor, the Democratic primary, and Finnish labor developments.
Matt Stoller, author of the book Goliath, hater of monopolies, sits in for the entire hour to talk about his new book with Matt Bruenig. The first 20 minutes are so is a summary of the book provided by Stoller, the rest is a back and forth about whether this anti-monopoly stuff is really that important.
The gang discuss Glenn Kessler's recent M4A shenanigans, the American Affairs wacky family benefit scheme, and the WSJ alarmed about gender imbalance among college educated.
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