Out d’Coup | Closer to Iowa; Bernie polling; Campaigns Heat Up; Organize for Power; KU Wants to Cut 63 Faculty; Mikey Stacks Ha Ha; Turzai to Retire; Picard; Free Will Brewing
We are inching closer to Iowa and it’s getting nasty online.
Bernie tops the national polls for the first time, seems to be widening his lead in New Hampshire, and it’s a toss-up in Iowa between Bernie and Biden.
Hillary says she won’t commit to supporting Sanders if he wins the Democratic nomination. Then she walks her comments back a bit.
NYT makes an endorsement fail.
Jane McAleavy was on the Majority Report talking about organizing the workplace and forming unions for direct action and power (NOTE: My apologies for saying “Katie” McAleavy…I read “Katie” from the next line). Her new book, A Collective Bargain: Unions, Organizing, and the Fight for Democracy.
Katie Halper on Michael Moore’s Rumble podcast. The quiet anti-semitism of the anti-Bernie media.
Videos of former Lt Gov Mike Stack have been making the rounds. Turns out he moved California and started doing standup under the name Mikey Stacks
And Mike Turzai announced he’s not running for reelection in 2020.
Kutztown University looking at cutting up to 63 faculty members. That is based upon an analysis released to the faculty union last Friday while we were recording this podcast.
Star Trek’s Picard debuted on CBS All Access yesterday. Love it!. I Don’t care what Entertainment Weekly says.
I’ll be on the “Emmie Knows” show on Kutztown University Radio next Wednesday from 10-11:00.
Free Will Brewing has its first Sour Sunday of the new decade this Sunday from 11:30 – 8 pm at the brewery in Perkasie.
Free Will new release this week:
My Wild Love – Spontaneous Sour Ale ages in oak casks with Bluefre plums from Weiser Orchards. With 1.5 lbs. of whole fruit per gallon, this beer leads with aromas of juicy plums and muted oak, followed by notes of bright citrus, finishing soft and dry with notes of plum skins. Bottle conditioned now for over two years. 4.3% ABV
Peachy McPeachface – Mixed culture sour ale comprised of multiple vintages, up to three years, blended and aged in oak casks with fresh peaches. Juicy, ripe nectarous peach notes permeate the palate, finishing with a firm refreshing tartness. Bottle conditioned now for just over two years. 5.7% ABV
Kitchen’s Cabinet is bringing in the bank!