Adam Reilly and Mike Deehan are joined by all four candidates running for Suffolk County Register of Deeds: Democrat Steve Murphy and independents Joe Donnelly, John Keith, and Margherita Ciampa-Coyne

A Debate On Ballot 4 At The Boston Public Library

Adam and Peter are joined by Rasaahn Hall, who directs the racial justice program at the ACLU of Massachusetts and State Senator Jason lewis, who co-chairs the Legislature’s public health committee and chairs the Senate’s special committee on marijuana, for a conversation on ballot 4, which would legalize marijuana. 

A Debate On Charter Schools Live From The BPL

Adam Reilly and Peter Kadzis were joined by Boston City Councilor Tito Jackson and The Massachusetts State Director of Families for Excellent Schools Keri Rodriguez Lorenzo for a debate on ballot question two which would lift the cap on charter schools in Massachusetts

The Great Debate: a conflicted conservative agonizes over Trump

Adam and Peter are joined by Ira Stoll--the author of "JFK, Conservative" and a contributor to the New York Sun and Las Vegas Review-Journal to talk about Trump and his performance at Monday's debate

  Occupy Mass Dems

Adam and Peter talk to Occupy Alums State Rep. elect for Somerville and Cambridge Mike Connolly and Cambridge City Councilor Nadeem Mazen about the influence of Occupy's ideals on local politics. 

Is The Media Driving Donald Trump’s Surge?

Adam and Peter are joined by Dan Kennedy to discuss his article, "Five Reasons Why The Media Is Piling On Clinton And Giving Trump A Pass," and if the media is to blame for Trump's meteoric rise.

How To Beat Charlie Baker In 2018

Democratic strategist John Walsh and UMass Boston political science chair Erin O'Brien join Adam and Peter to talk about if a strong Democratic candidate could push Charlie Baker out of office. 

Trump's Crisis With Syria

Adam Reilly interviews Nadia Alawa from NuDay Syria about Syrian refugees, Trump's plans for extreme vetting, and how she thinks the President should intervene. Then Adam is joined by Peter Kadzis and David Bernstein 

Mini Scrum: Sean Wilentz On Bostonians In The Oval Office

Sean Wilentz, a professor of American history at Princeton, talks to Peter Kadzis about the legacy of three Boston politicians who made it to the Oval Office: John Quincy Adams, Calvin Coolidge, and John F. Kennedy.

Adam Reilly hosted a live Scrum on the state of the MBTA and the green line extension at the Brass Union in Somerville

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