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38% of Americans feel the two party system works great.This is for the other 62%Every week, You Don't Have to Yell hosts third party candidates, historians, and subject matter experts to discuss where America should be headed, rather than rehashing the most recent partisan food fight.

Latest Episodes

Finding Truth in the Post-Truth Era | The Data Monkey Returns

EThe Data Monkey joined me with the intention of discussing the polling data behind the 2020 election. We decided to talk about the things that make data meaningless instead.

52 min2 d ago
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Finding Truth in the Post-Truth Era | The Data Monkey Returns

The Issues We Never Talk About | Barbara Dahlgren of Wisconsin Green Party

Barbara Dahlgren, outgoing co-chair of the Wisconsin Green Party, discusses how the focus on minor parties as "spoilers" in the media distracts from issues popular with the American people not included in major party platforms.

48 min1 w ago
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The Issues We Never Talk About | Barbara Dahlgren of Wisconsin Green Party

How Trump Improved Among Black Voters | Christian Onuoha

EChristian Onuoha, 2020 Republican candidate for New Jersey's 6th congressional district, gives his take on why the Republican Party and Donald Trump seemed to make gains among black voters this year.

52 min2 w ago
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How Trump Improved Among Black Voters | Christian Onuoha

Social Capitalism in Europe - What America Can Learn | Steven Hill

What if the mission of America's economic engine was to elevate the quality of life for all, as opposed to simply grow profits and GDP? Author and political reform activist Steven Hill discusses how this has worked in Europe, and how the choice we make between a stronger safety net and economic growth is a false one.

54 min3 w ago
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Social Capitalism in Europe - What America Can Learn | Steven Hill

Young, French, and MAGA

EThis week's episode dives into the MAGAverse with a guest who moved to the US from France at age 12, found a home in the Republican Party, and later determined Trump was exactly what his party - and the country - needed.

58 minNOV 5
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Young, French, and MAGA

How Democrats Can Win Back the Working Class | Liam O'Mara

Liam O'Mara, Democratic candidate for California's 42nd congressional district, discusses his working class roots, the migration of blue collar voters to the right, and how Democrats can win them back by being Democrats, instead of slightly nicer Republicans.

56 minOCT 29
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How Democrats Can Win Back the Working Class | Liam O'Mara

Steve Cox | Parties Are the Problem

ESteve Cox, running as an independent for California's 39th congressional district, discusses how Tucker Carlson singled him out for a tweet about the election, how the US has slowly slid into oligarchy, and how both political parties have helped make it happen.

74 minOCT 22
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Steve Cox | Parties Are the Problem

Is Voter Fraud a Real Problem? | ElectionBabe Returns

Genya Coulter, Queen of Election Twitter and Precinct Clerk for Polk County Florida, returns to YDHTY to tell us why we shouldn't worry about voter fraud, but should worry about having a plan to vote.

38 minOCT 15
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Is Voter Fraud a Real Problem? | ElectionBabe Returns

Californians for Electoral Reform | From Ranked Choice to Proportional Representation

Steve Chessin and Kevin Sabo from Californians for Electoral Reform discuss their organization's successes getting ranked choice voting implemented in the state, and their long term goal to see a statewide system of proportional representation.

52 minOCT 8
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Californians for Electoral Reform | From Ranked Choice to Proportional Representation

Breaking the Two Party Doom Loop | Lee Drutman

Lee Drutman, Senior Fellow of the New America Foundation and host of the podcast "Politics in Question", discusses his new book, 'Breaking the Two-Party Doom Loop: The Case for Multiparty Democracy in America'.

50 minOCT 1
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Breaking the Two Party Doom Loop | Lee Drutman

Latest Episodes

Finding Truth in the Post-Truth Era | The Data Monkey Returns

EThe Data Monkey joined me with the intention of discussing the polling data behind the 2020 election. We decided to talk about the things that make data meaningless instead.

52 min2 d ago
Comments
Finding Truth in the Post-Truth Era | The Data Monkey Returns

The Issues We Never Talk About | Barbara Dahlgren of Wisconsin Green Party

Barbara Dahlgren, outgoing co-chair of the Wisconsin Green Party, discusses how the focus on minor parties as "spoilers" in the media distracts from issues popular with the American people not included in major party platforms.

48 min1 w ago
Comments
The Issues We Never Talk About | Barbara Dahlgren of Wisconsin Green Party

How Trump Improved Among Black Voters | Christian Onuoha

EChristian Onuoha, 2020 Republican candidate for New Jersey's 6th congressional district, gives his take on why the Republican Party and Donald Trump seemed to make gains among black voters this year.

52 min2 w ago
Comments
How Trump Improved Among Black Voters | Christian Onuoha

Social Capitalism in Europe - What America Can Learn | Steven Hill

What if the mission of America's economic engine was to elevate the quality of life for all, as opposed to simply grow profits and GDP? Author and political reform activist Steven Hill discusses how this has worked in Europe, and how the choice we make between a stronger safety net and economic growth is a false one.

54 min3 w ago
Comments
Social Capitalism in Europe - What America Can Learn | Steven Hill

Young, French, and MAGA

EThis week's episode dives into the MAGAverse with a guest who moved to the US from France at age 12, found a home in the Republican Party, and later determined Trump was exactly what his party - and the country - needed.

58 minNOV 5
Comments
Young, French, and MAGA

How Democrats Can Win Back the Working Class | Liam O'Mara

Liam O'Mara, Democratic candidate for California's 42nd congressional district, discusses his working class roots, the migration of blue collar voters to the right, and how Democrats can win them back by being Democrats, instead of slightly nicer Republicans.

56 minOCT 29
Comments
How Democrats Can Win Back the Working Class | Liam O'Mara

Steve Cox | Parties Are the Problem

ESteve Cox, running as an independent for California's 39th congressional district, discusses how Tucker Carlson singled him out for a tweet about the election, how the US has slowly slid into oligarchy, and how both political parties have helped make it happen.

74 minOCT 22
Comments
Steve Cox | Parties Are the Problem

Is Voter Fraud a Real Problem? | ElectionBabe Returns

Genya Coulter, Queen of Election Twitter and Precinct Clerk for Polk County Florida, returns to YDHTY to tell us why we shouldn't worry about voter fraud, but should worry about having a plan to vote.

38 minOCT 15
Comments
Is Voter Fraud a Real Problem? | ElectionBabe Returns

Californians for Electoral Reform | From Ranked Choice to Proportional Representation

Steve Chessin and Kevin Sabo from Californians for Electoral Reform discuss their organization's successes getting ranked choice voting implemented in the state, and their long term goal to see a statewide system of proportional representation.

52 minOCT 8
Comments
Californians for Electoral Reform | From Ranked Choice to Proportional Representation

Breaking the Two Party Doom Loop | Lee Drutman

Lee Drutman, Senior Fellow of the New America Foundation and host of the podcast "Politics in Question", discusses his new book, 'Breaking the Two-Party Doom Loop: The Case for Multiparty Democracy in America'.

50 minOCT 1
Comments
Breaking the Two Party Doom Loop | Lee Drutman
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