Comic Fred Stoller, Storyteller Dylan Brody and Constitutional Law Professor Corey Brettschneider.
Paul Gilmartin hosts The Mental Illness Happy Hour and talks about coping as well as curing problems of the mind. David Dayen writes for The Nation, The New Republic, American Prospect and The Intercept. He talks about who the real culprits are behind rising drug costs and why California's attempt to pass Single Payer has stalled. Professor Corey Brettschneider on why we need to impeach Trump as soon as possible and why Neil Gorsuch may turn out to be more conservative than Antonin Scalia. Dylan Brody has been called a genius by David Sedaris. He's also been called a genius by David Feldman, but who cares what Feldman thinks? Dylan is performing his new one man show "Driving Hollywood" at The Pit all this month in Manhattan. Fred Stoller's new book is "Five Minutes To Kill." He's currently working on a new book about his mother Pearl.
There are rumors swirling around Washington that famed swing vote, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy may be retiring soon, which would give Donald Trump yet another opportunity to name a supreme court justice. His first pick Neil Gorsuch joined the bench in April, and in 13 cases Gorsuch sided with Justice Clarence Thomas on each. So how conservative is Neil Gorsuch turning out to be? Professor Corey Brettschneider explains.