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Kagro in the Morning - May 3, 2016

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Nuance! David Waldman savors the subtle differences that separate Icelandic yogurt, from Greek yogurt, from wallpaper paste. Today, he brings that same keen discernment to the nuanced dynamics of our political world:

Greg Dworkin brings us the primary news and views and today the primary is in Indiana. Ted Cruz hoped to be the spanker, but so far he’s looking like the spankee… and a fish-monster. There are three possible outcomes from the IN primary, but really, it’ll be Trump vs. Clinton. That doesn’t mean Trump isn’t a disaster for the Republican party, and that he’ll doom social conservatives by eliminating the framing and dog whistles they need to survive. So, the question for Republicans is how to keep from being connected to their new hugest success story. The Gop’s troubles are just beginning. Fear on the economy isn’t working for them, voter suppression won’t do enough for them, and Paul Ryan can’t find a phone booth to change in.

Bernie’s had a good month, but Hillary’s was better. So, what is he going to get out of her at the convention?

Arliss Bunny, co-host of Hopping Mad with Will McLeod and Arliss Bunny, calls in from within IN. She and David discuss the nature of slow time, fast time, and how hatred of the Indiana State Weasel, Mike Pence, will motivate voters to the polls.

Like most of us, Bernie Sanders supporters wish the rules favor them before they meet the ruling.

At Chobani, now it’s not just the yogurt that’s rich! Rewarding some stakeholders by making them shareholders.

In an expected synergy of hatred, fear, and arms ownership, a reported active shooter at Target was a man protesting bathroom policy. What does a good guy with a gun do when a bad guy steals his gun?

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Category:News & Politics -- posted at: 11:36am EST