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Les meilleurs podcasts de Chris Hayes que nous avons pu trouver (mis à jour Août 2020)
Les meilleurs podcasts de Chris Hayes que nous avons pu trouver
Mis à jour Août 2020
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Every week Chris Hayes asks the big questions that keep him up at night. How do we make sense of this unprecedented moment in world history? Why is this (all) happening? This podcast starts to answer these questions. Writers, experts, and thinkers who are also trying to get to the bottom of them join Chris to break it all down and help him get a better night’s rest. “Why is this Happening?” is presented by MSNBC and NBCNews Think.
 
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Tonight: While the President goes to war on mail-in voting, Republican operatives go to work—to get Kanye West on the ballot to split Joe Biden votes. Then, as Chicago public schools announce they won't be going back into classrooms, why we are headed for national chaos in the fall. Plus, how government failure played a role in the explosion in Bei…
 
Did Donald Trump hijack the Republican party, or is he the party’s logical conclusion? Having spent decades as a political operative putting Republicans in office, Stuart Stevens argues it’s the latter. His new book “It Was All a Lie” sifts through the party’s decades-long march that led to the election of President Trump and reckons with what rema…
 
Tonight: As the President threatens more lawsuits to sabotage the election, why he's now backtracking on just one state where mail-in voting is apparently “not so bad.” Then, Stuart Stevens on Trump's catastrophic interview with Axios. Plus, why Donald Trump's order to stop the census is an unconstitutional power grab.…
 
Tonight: A desperate president tries to force America back open, and people just keep getting infected. Then, the New York investigation of the Trump Organization describes "extensive and protracted criminal conduct.” Plus, 93 days to election night—but will there be a result? As the president sews chaos to disrupt democracy, what to expect on the …
 
Tonight: The President pulls campaign ads and hitches his prospects on destroying the integrity of the election. Then, a stark admission from Dr. Fauci on the failure of the federal response to coronavirus. Plus, a shocking new report on how the White House ditched their own COVID-19 testing plan because the affected states vote Democrat.…
 
Tonight: what we know about Rep. Louie Gohmert, why his staffers are speaking out, and why the Attorney General is getting tested, too. Then, why Bill Barr is suddenly sending troops into three cities in Midwest swing states. Plus, Sen. Chris Murphy on Trump's indifference to Russian funded attacks on U.S. troops. And the new campaign to defeat Sus…
 
How did wearing a mask become a polarizing issue? If you’re paying close attention, the arguments against masks might sound familiar: denying the science, cherry-picking data, cries of infringing on personal freedoms. It’s a page out of the Republican establishment’s playbook for weaponizing climate change denial. Back in 2018, Chris spoke with Vox…
 
Who should we be building monuments to in America? Few figures have pushed for a truly fair and equal society in this country like Frederick Douglass. A man who saw the full promise of American democracy even years before the start of the Civil War. This week Chris sits down with professor and historian David Blight to talk about his Pulitzer winni…
 
How do you unseat a 16-term member of Congress? Ask Luke Hayes who is fresh off his role as campaign manager for Jamaal Bowman, a middle school principal poised to defeat New York Congressman Eliot Engel. Now, Luke’s here to talk about the nuts and bolts of campaigning and it absolutely doesn’t come up at all that Luke is also Chris’s younger broth…
 
Dr. Carl Hart wants to challenge the way you think about drugs. As a neuroscientist studying the effects drugs have on the brain, a lot of Dr. Hart's research undercuts some of the most pervasive stories we’ve been told about drugs. How much of our reaction to illicit drug use is based in the pharmacological facts versus social coding and moral jud…
 
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