Wreaking havoc is easier than working for political change.
Supreme Court fails to enforce Voting Rights Act, January 6 GOP Membership and Protests in Canada.
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John Dickerson for the Atlantic: “The GOP has no standards now”
Adela Suliman for The Washington Post: “Marjorie Taylor Greene Says Nancy Pelosi Runs ‘Gazpacho Police,’ Causing Collective Spit”
Brett Samuels for the Hill: ‘Pence Breaks With Trump: ‘I Had No Right to Cancel Election'”
Here’s this week’s chatter:
Emily: Sam Levine for the Guardian: “Black woman sentenced to six years in prison for voting error”
John: “John Grisham reads Soggy Sweat’s whiskey speech”
David: Oliver Holmes for the Guardian: “Putin’s massive table: Powerplay or paranoia?”
Cason Reily listener chatter: BBC: “Who is Sue Gray? »
For this week’s Slate Plus bonus segment, Emily, John and David reflect on what qualifies something as a sport or a game.
Podcast production by Jocelyn Frank.
Research and performance notes by Bridgette Dunlap.