Episode 12

Published on:

18th Oct 2023

Why are Republicans Eating Their Young?

Opening (0:27)

  • Trump in new attack says GOP ‘eat their young’ (The Hill)

On the Campaign Trail (04:25)

The News

Israel Attacked by Hamas (09:52)

  • Letter from coworker in Israel (Bill's personal FB page)
  • Hamas videos spread across some social media apps (NBC News)
  • Sen. Lindsey Graham Of South Carolina Tells ‘Squad’ Members To ‘Shut The Hell Up’ (Tampa Free Press)
  • Israel, White House condemn Trump for remarks about Hamas attack, 'smart' Hezbollah (Reuters)

Jim Jordan's Past Comes Back to Haunt Him as Ohio State Wrestlers Speak Out (19:44)

  • Newsweek
  • Republican's (Nancy Mace's) claim about Jim Jordan stuns Jake Tapper (CNN)

And Tango Makes Three (23:15)

  • Clip of Bill talking about a children's penguin book (YouTube)
  • Wikipedia article about "And Tango Makes Three"
  • "Moms for Liberty" group demands schools ban books with "sexy" pictures of seahorses (Salon)

States with the Most Underprivileged Children (2023) (35:35)

Send us your questions and comments! You can find our email address and links to all of our social media accounts conveniently in one spot on our LinkTree page.

We are a proud member of the BigMedia podcasting network. Visit them today for other incredible podcasts!

Listen for free

Show artwork for Black White and Blue in the South

About the Podcast

Black White and Blue in the South
Discussing Democratic Politics... with a Southern Flair
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.

About your host

Profile picture for Barrett Gruber

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.