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Guest 1: Recap of Bernie Sanders / Clinton-Clooney Big money stunt.  Watch the video here and enjoy.
Harrison compilation Video:  http://youtu.be/K6SIizSTHP0
Guest 2: Actor Jessie Eisenberg. Jessie discussed his great new film "LOUDER THAN BOMBS" -  A stunningly intimate portrait of parents and children and the many things that tear them apart and bring them together.
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Guest 3: Chef Rossi - Chef has been the food writer for 16 years of the "Eat Me" column for Bust magazine, hosts her own hit radio show called "Bite This. Chef Rossi's first edible memoir, The Raging Skillet: The True Life Story of Chef Rossi, is forthcoming from the Feminist Press!" As the owner and executive chef of "The Raging Skillet," a cutting-edge catering company known for breaking any and all rules,
Chef has been named among The Knot’s Best Of Wedding Caterers for five years in a row, The Raging Skillet is in the hall of fame!

http://www.feministpress.org/books/rossi/raging-skillet-0

Almost Guest 4: Dee McMillan was not able to connect to the NYC studios but Harrison told her story and how she decided to take a negative and make it a positive for animals. Dee was bullied in Texas by other teens and called a Fat Whale. She decided to help instead of go down to the other teens level, Dee has raised over $10,700 for Save The Whales.

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Cary Harrison and Jay Ponti review the money showering on Hillary Clinton motorcade stunt (during her $300K per table fundraiser at George Clooney's) and how it propelled George Clooney to admit on network TV that he was now against big money in politics.

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Guest 1: Ioannis Melissanidis became the youngest Olympic champion in the history of men’s gymnastics and the first one in 100 years for Greece … plus, the first Greek gymnast, male or female, to medal at the European and World Championships ever. Named one of the 100 most important people of the 21st century.

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Guest 2: Stephen Morris, Author of: Back When Men Could Marry Men: When Brothers Dwell in Unity–the Surprising History of the Orthodox Christian Church.  This former gap lain at Columbia university unearthed a trove of liturgical evidence to solidly back that… far from forbidding man-to-man relationships, Byzantine Christianity had rites akin to marriage to sanctify them what we’d now call same-sex relationships.

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