Teri, Kira and April talk this week about the Democrats’ Slick Willy problem, why Blake Shelton is not the Sexiest Man Alive (and neither is Ryan Reynolds), and the need for Thanksgiving turkeys with smaller breasts and bigger thighs. Sponsor: HelloFresh
Stories for you today: Hillary Clinton will guest edit the December edition of the always-odious Teen Vogue; the story of fired Dallas D.A. Jody Warner proves women are abusers, too; and the Museum of the Bible opens today in Washington, D.C. And conservative movie critic Christian Toto of HollywoodinToto.com drops by to talk about new movies “Justice League” and “The Star.” Question of the Day: Marvel vs. DC -- which universe do you prefer?
Stories for you today: Twitter has removed the verified status check marks from the accounts of far-right personalities; hate crimes targeting Jewish Americans are on the rise; and a retired Marine keeps the promise he made in a bunker in Vietnam. And Michael Stopa from the Harvard Lunch Club podcast shares his thoughts on Thanksgiving. Question of the Day: Are there any Thanksgiving foods you refuse to eat?
Stories for you today include the arrest of a crazypants anti-Trumper, the revelation that the House of Representatives is using taxpayer money to quiet sexual harassment allegations against Members, and Fox News’ Shep Smith does what Shep Smith does best by ticking off viewers. And "Michael in the Mornings" own Michael Graham stops by to talk about his most hated Thanksgiving food. Question of the Day: Do you watch Fox News?
Stories for you today include a Democrat Congressional candidate who was arrested on stalking charges, an anti-Trump hotel being opened in DC, and a North Korean radio station that was hacked to play one of the 80s’ worst songs on repeat. Special guest Jon Gabriel stops by to talk all things Thanksgiving. Question of the Day: You have to pick one pie for Thanksgiving – will it be apple or pumpkin?
A storm is brewing over Keurig (and it’s all Roy Moore’s fault), one NFL team is discovering the hard way that anti-American actions have serious consequences, and a new study links spanking and mental health issues. Question of the Day: Should children be spanked?
Kira, April and Teri are talking this week about the lack of common sense in the Commonwealth of Virginia, the yuckiness that is Louis C.K., the alarming rent-a-family trend in Japan, and reliving November 8, 2016. Special guest: Lisa DePasquale, author of the new book, “The Social Justice Warrior Handbook.” Sponsor: AwayTravel
Stories for you today: A new movie about Wendy Davis, Anthony Weiner wants you to be his pen pal, and will this year’s flu shot actually work? Interview: Justin Roberts, an Army chaplain whose movie, “No Greater Love,” hits theaters today, just in time for Veterans Day. Question of the Day: Do you get a flu shot every year?
Forget politics, let’s talk culture today (and lend Teri a little moral support!). Topics include the latest in antifa fashion, a nudist-accepting restaurant, and the stressful side effects of Christmas music. Today’s interview is with author Lisa DePasquale, whose new book, “The Social Justice Warrior Handbook,” makes for the perfect present for the radical in your life. QUESTION OF THE DAY: When is the appropriate time to start playing Christmas music?
On today’s show, we cover the results of the Virginia gubernatorial race, 747s leavin’ on a jet plane, gender fluid holiday treats, and the imminent demise of Twitter. And reporter Salena Zito sits down with Teri to discuss a year of Donald Trump.
On this episode, we update the goings-on in Texas and Saudi Arabia, plus one Hollywood starlet’s attempt at cleverness fails. And Decision Desk HQ’s Brandon Finnigan joins Teri to game Election Day in Virginia and what the results will mean for next year’s midterms.
On this inaugural episode of The Daily Edit, host Teri Christoph discusses the massacre in Texas, Rand Paul surviving a second attack by a crazed leftist, the guilty women of Hollywood, and a sweet, sweet victory by the Washington Redskins.
Kira, Teri and April are joined by Gabe Hoffman, producer of the film “An Open Secret”, to talk about Hollywood’s very serious – and very rampant – pedophilia problem. If you thought Harvey Weinstein was the biggest villain in Hollywood, just wait until you hear what Gabe has to say. Sponsor: DonorsTrust
On this pre-Halloween episode, Teri, Kira and April talk about the new season of “Stranger Things” – don’t worry, there aren’t any spoilers – and Joe Biden’s hilarious comment about Hillary. Also, did Bush 41 cop a feel? Why did the Las Vegas security guard leave the country? Why are 3 Musketeers bars so gross? And which kind of dog should April get? Sponsor: RXBAR
On this week’s episode, Kira, April and Teri talk about the resurgence of velvet and Mom Jeans and why in the world April received a phone book. Also, Fake Melania, irrelevant hashtags and takings of knees, and the merits of universal leave accounts. Oh, and why aren’t we still talking about Las Vegas? Sponsor: HelloFresh
SJWs are whining again, and this time it’s about something called “digital blackface.” Teri, Kira, and April discuss that, plus they attempt to answer these burning questions: Why are people so rude in public? Have you finished your Christmas shopping yet? Why would anyone hire Lena Dunham? Is Harvey Weinstein the reason we have Trump? What exactly is the “Cali handshake”? Sponsor: AwayTravel
On this special episode of the Smart Girl Politics podcast, conservative movie critic Christian Toto (HollywoodinToto.com) joins Teri to discuss the Harvey Weinstein debacle, the hypocrisy of actresses like Meryl Streep, and the lasting impacts the scandal might have on Tinseltown. Sponsor: AwayTravel
Why the heck did Cam Newton apologize? He was right to be amused by the rise of affirmative action sports babes. We cover that on this week’s show, plus what motivated the Las Vegas madman, the yuckiness that is Harvey Weinstein, Puerto Rico’s awful mayor, and the saga of Sex and the City 3.
This week, April and Teri tackle – ha, ha! – the issues of NFL players kneeling and why the Dallas Cowboys always suck. Also, missing Hef and the happy return of Steve Scalise. And why does Teri say “I don’t know” so much? (Spoiler alert: She’s not sure). BONUS content: Teri joins fellow Ricochet podcast host Michael Graham to battle it out over why Christians supported Donald Trump. Sponsor: AwayTravel
On this special episode of the Smart Girl Politics podcast, Teri talks with New York Times bestselling author Stephen Mansfield about his new book, “Choosing Donald Trump: God, Anger, Hope, and Why Christian Conservatives Supported Him.” How did Donald Trump become the voice of the Bible-believing heartland? What is Trump’s religious background? Do Christians still support him now that he’s in the White House? And, will we ever see an overtly Christian Commander-in-Chief? Sponsor: AwayTravel