11.12.2020 - By Political Gabfest
The Slate Political Gabfest is turning 15 years old! We will be celebrating with a special live show on Dec 9th-- with wine! Please join us (drinking is optional). Learn more here.
Notes and references from this week’s show:
Karl Rove for The Wall Street Journal: “This Election Result Won’t Be Overturned”
Rich Lowry for Politico: “The Completely Insane Electoral College Strategy”
The Gatekeepers: How the White House Chiefs of Staff Define Every Presidency by Chris Whipple
Michael D. Shear and Lisa Friedman for the New York Times: “Biden Could Roll Back Trump Agenda with Blitz of Executive Actions”
Here are this week’s cocktail chatters:
As part of our 15th anniversary celebration we'd love to have your ideas for politically themed cocktails. Please submit an original recipe (or 2) here!
Emily: Reis Thebault for the Washington Post: “Robin Kemp Lost Her News Job in Clayton County, Ga. — But She Kept Reporting the News. It Paid Off on Election Week.
John: The Queen's Gambit; Garner's Quotations: A Modern Miscellany by Dwight Garner
David: Robyn Dixon for the Washington Post: “Azerbaijan’s Drones Owned the Battlefield in Nagorno-Karabakh — and Showed Future of Warfare”
Listener chatter from Joshua Weaver @we4v3r: Grace Perry for Chicago Magazine: “No One Can Agree On What Malört Tastes Like, But the Descriptions Are Always Amazing”
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For this week’s Slate Plus bonus segment Emily, David, and John discuss how to redesign the inauguration in order to account for the COVID-19 pandemic.
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