All By Herself

The fight over who is in and who is out within the GOP leadership has reached a boiling point. Rep. Liz Cheney, who survived a vote in February to oust her from her leadership position, may not be there much longer. Sarah and the guys break down what’s happening and how much of a chance Cheney has to survive another attempt to replace her. Also, the special election in Texas shows a weak spot for Democrats, Jonah asks the group if competitiveness even matters in the global economy, and the gang discusses what happens next in the fight against COVID-19 now that the U.S. seems to be hitting a vaccine hesitancy wall.

Show Notes:

Steve’s piece on GOP leadership fight

Former President Trump’s statement on Liz Cheney

Audrey’s piece from the GOP retreat in Orlando 

Texas 6th District special election results

The Sweep on the Texas 6th special election

Declan’s piece on cancel culture

Jonah’s column on the “New New Deal”

“The Liberals Who Can’t Quit Lockdown” – The Atlantic

Mali woman gives birth to not seven, but nine babies

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