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Excellent piece of journalism and a really great intellectual journey full of fun twists and turns.
Season 2 (Clinton Impeachment) is very well produced and compelling. Much of it is an excellent overview of the political climate, the historical timeline, and some excellent detours into questions of power and feminism. But as the season progresses, the series begins to rely on what amounts to be a defense of Clinton. The host and most guests acknowledge Cilnton's incredible recklessness, but never question the potential dangeer for a sitting President to be so reckless. And rather than take a very credible rape accusation (and yes, there were others not even mentioned by Broaddick and compare it to current #MeToo, the series folds with two dismal episodes of apologists and scolds. The hosts asks questions why people hated the Clintons so much...and comes away that it was mere personality. There are plenty of sane conservatives who would have been GREAT interviews to help answer those questions but instead, it's just panels of liberals like Ruth Marcus who still love President Cilnton. And oddly, the host doesn't bother to mention that Clinton was disbarred for his perjurious ways. It's astounding to hear so many journalists on this show--working, well regarded journalists--openly admit that because Cilnton is a Democrat and they like him, that the ends justify the means.
This podcast is wonderful and eye opening, however, this last episode was unnecessarily lewd. Trying to get laughs by saying blow job soooooo many times was a real disappointment. I just turned the episode off.
Well done! Really unbelievable that someone like Tripp can casually draw Monica into a trusting friendly relationship then just as easily throw her under the bus for her own greedy selfishness. I feel for the 24 year old Monica and the trauma she must’ve injured during those fateful 11 hours when she was threatened with 27 years of imprisonment.
Gripping, well paced and insightful.
As a teenager growing up in Canada I remember coming home from school and my mother watching the Watergate hearings, I was captivated and I attribute this to my life long fasination with history and politics..I've read many books on Watergate but this podcast offers a modern perspective that not only reminds us of what happened but, intentionally or not, made me the listener think about the parallels with what is happening today....CIA plots to undermine the Presidency, sound familiar?
A fascinating exploration of the politics, the history, and the untold drama of events I thought I knew. Especially powerful in today’s political climate.
I was in my late teens when the Bill/Monica story began. I never could understand why Monica got the rawest end of the deal. First of all, it takes 2 to tango! Second, He Was The President! I still have much empathy for Monica. She legally was an adult but her heart was naive in believing our suave Mr President. Great Podcast! Please keep them coming!
Karla Perth Aus
Love this series but left feeling let down by the comment about historical rape allegations at the end of the finale of season 2. You can hate their politics but you can’t choose to believe a credible accuser against a conservative Supreme Court nominee and hint at disbelieving a - by your own admission! - credible witness against a democratic president just because it suits your political view. Well you can, but you shouldn’t. Disagree with politics, believe survivors.
The narrators final comments in episode 8 about a potential rape ‘who knows if it happened, it was so long ago right?’ is completely offensive to all women and yes, of course the narrator is a man! Do you honestly think it is now ok to place judgement on a potential rape victim just because it happened ‘so long ago’?
Chuck Norris can bake a turkey, a ham and 3 pumpkin pies, all at once inside an easy-bake oven
Thoughtful, timely, in-depth investigative journalism about issues that can help us all better understand current issues in US politics.
Absolutely superbly crafted series that kept me enthralled . Journalism top notch and the research and the way it’s presented is highly entertaining , captivating and informative .
Everything old is new again. Fascinating, compelling and more relevant than ever.
These podcasts both on Clinton and Nixon are wonderful. They tread the fine balance between factual and fascinating. The interview with Linda Tripp is especially spellbinding. In this day and age, I would say both series are essential listening for anyone with an interest in US politics. GB
Not from the US but have loved this podcast. It adds so much colour and fascination to what is already a gripping story. The narrative and delivery is among the best I have heard; factual, evidence based, personal impacts and insight. Can you please do this podcast for some of the major UK political scandals? GB
Leon Nayfakh is a great narrator and explains these stories in a compelling way which leaves the listener wanting more. You can skip S2E7 though. It’s just a 30 minute advert for slate plus and adds nothing to the story GB
Be sure you put your feet in the right place, then stand firm.
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