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In episode 256, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian Julian McCullough to discuss a profile on Heidi Cruz, Ted Cruz's wife, Facebook's inflated video metrics, the boost of racism in the GOP, how a group of black senior citizens were ordered off a Georgia bus taking them to vote, the mainstream media taking Trump's side in regards to Elizabeth Warren's DNA test, the parts of the world where the resource wars will be fought, updates on the murder of Saudi journalist Khashoggi, the saddest profession, Fran Drescher and Cardi B bringing back 'The Nanny,' a 'Real World' reboot, and more!

FOOTNOTES:

1. There's now a 'Golden Girls'-inspired cereal and it's flying off the shelves

2. Heidi Cruz Didn’t Plan for This

3. Facebook may have knowingly inflated its video metrics for over a year

4. Democrats mount a Midwestern comeback

5. Thomas Homan: “This caravan issue lays at the feet of the Democratic Party up on the Hill.”

6. Mary Ann Mendoza: “Until our politicians really make a stand…we’re going to continue to see these caravans of people because we have politicians like Nancy Pelosi who encourage them to keep making this trek.”

7. Black senior citizens ordered off Georgia bus taking them to vote

8. White? Black? A Murky Distinction Grows Still Murkier

9. Here’s Where the Post-Apocalyptic Water Wars Will Be Fought

10. When the (Empty) Apartment Next Door Is Owned by an Oligarch

11. Kelly, Bolton Get in Profane Shouting Match Outside the Oval Office

12. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin pulls out of investment conference, rebuking Saudi regime

13. What we know about the 15 Saudis said to have played a role in Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance

14. Survey Finds Widespread 'Moral Distress' Among Veterinarians

15. Fran Drescher Says She's 'Talking' to Cardi B's Team About Casting Rapper in a Nanny Reboot

16. ‘Real World’ Reboot Coming to Facebook Watch

17. WATCH: Jordan Rakei - Midnight Mischief (Tom Misch Remix)

In episode 226, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian and Bechdel Cast co-host Caitlin Durante to discuss Kanye's apology to Drake, updates from Brett Kavanaugh's senate confirmation hearing, the Marco Rubio and Alex Jones spat, how the Republican Party is shrinking, some more take aways from Bob Woodward's book 'Fear,' incumbent Mike Capuano being beat by a progressive, the new Nike commercial with Colin Kaepernick, racist robocalls hitting Florida, how super-environmentalists don't vote, John Kyl replacing John McCain, and more!

FOOTNOTES:
1. Kanye apologizes to Drake, bringing peace to the earth
2. Brett Kavanaugh remains vague on Roe v. Wade, says loyalty is to Constitution -- live updates
3. Marco Rubio Clashes With Alex Jones In Capitol: 'I'll Take Care Of You Myself'
4. Kasich: ‘Our party is shrinking’
5. A lot of Americans spent 2017 bailing on the Republican Party
6. Data: Republican Party ID drops after Trump election
7. Bob Woodward’s new book reveals a ‘nervous breakdown’ of Trump’s presidency
8. 5 Takeaways From Bob Woodward’s Book on the Trump White House
9. Ayanna Pressley Upsets Capuano in Massachusetts House Race
10. Progressives Keep Making Pollsters Look Extremely Dumb
11. WATCH: Nike - Dream Crazy
12. Inside Twitter’s Long, Slow Struggle to Police Bad Actors
13. Racist Robocalls Target Andrew Gillum, Democratic Nominee for Florida Governor
14. White nationalist in Idaho using Iowa phone number to spread racist message about Mollie Tibbetts' death
15. A ‘jaw-dropping’ 15 million super-environmentalists don’t vote in the midterms
16. Arizona governor appoints ex-senator Jon Kyl to fill McCain’s seat
17. Chicago Podcast Festival
18. WATCH: E-40 - Carlos Rossi