Episode 17

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Published on:

22nd Nov 2023

Bill and Jumelle get a Klugh (Pt 1)

Bill & Jumelle welcome a special guest, James Klugh to our show? Why was he invited? Well, he's got a voice for podcasting that we can only aspire to.

Opening (00:26)

  • Nancy Mace tells prayer breakfast she told fiancé ‘we don’t got time for that this morning’ (The Hill)
  • The Old Cranky Bones podcast (Linktree)

On the Campaign Trail (08:20)

The News

Nanny Ellen Weaver - an update (14:16)

  • South Carolina Board of Education advances proposal to limit education materials (WJCL)

The Problem With Democratic Messaging (20:14)

  • Department declines to charge Rep. Matt Gaetz in sex trafficking probe (CBS News)
  • James Comer Under Increasing Pressure Over Loans to his Brother (Newsweek)

Tim Scott Suspends Presidential Campaign (30:43)

  • Opinion: Tim Scott’s Run For President Was Never Real, And Neither Was He (HuffPost)
  • Tim Scott's Despicable Way of Letting His Staff Know He Was Dropping Out (Pod Save America)

Closing (42:53)

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Black White and Blue in the South
A Progressive Conversation
Welcome to "Black White and Blue in the South," the dynamic podcast that unites two progressive Democrats with distinct perspectives on the pressing issues of our time. Join hosts, Dr. Jumelle Brooks and Bill Kimler, as they engage in candid conversations about politics, society, and the pursuit of a more equitable future.

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Barrett Gruber

A transplant from Atlanta to Columbia; Barrett has been using his voice and quick whit to entertain for decades. Starting out in Radio and Television in the late 20th century, Barrett finds himself entertaining again in the 21st Century via a media that's easily paused.