EDIT: UPDATED from earlier review. I was an avid listener into the 2016 primaries, but when there was no honest review of how the party was acting, some of the double dealing and how the media (& DNC) cleared the field for one candidate, that was it for me. "How can so much of what's fundamentally wrong with the media and our party be completely overlooked," I asked? Cut to the inevitable loss in the general, the party falling to its lowest polling and membership--you'd think people would say, 'maybe we got it all wrong'? Along with the rest, you seemed to misunderstand the fundamental issues Americans were voting on. Here we are, another primary, and here you are, sounding the same. This one quote typified it for me. You went into great detail of Warren's (likeable, valid and canny) policy on pre-k yet when discussing the eponymous Sanders (apparently supporting same) it got pretty dismissive with even a "he's blow it all up guy right?" It's just one small quote, but typical of the lopsided perspective. How about a detailed look into all candidates, not gushing praise on one (I love Warren too, but still)? If you could be so wrong about nearly everything in 2016, how can you still be talking like this about any candidate at this point? Unless of course this podcast is just for media people inside the beltway; "more of what you just heard on tv". What is it really adding if you have no perspective not already represented all over the corporate media? It's obvious you're all very likeable people and doing well, but you seem to be forgetting what it's like for the rest of the country. We are out here listening, well-educated political animals waiting to dive into detail, and what we are getting is more discussion of your personal likes instead of a fair analysis of the field. If you're just going to keep it to your favorites with no valid self-reflection of the problems in the party it's more of a personality/celebrity podcast then. And if we're only going to hear the same perspective we get on CNN or MSNBC, there's really less slanted better fare out there. This isn't a heartless slam, you guys are likeable and I know you're smart enough to add to the discussion. Maybe you just haven't researched what Americans wanted in the last election/what the other candidates really stand for, or are honestly too into watching the beltway/centrist media to get a new, personal take? My advice, keep it fun but make it a bit less personal, do your research and not the same old media complicit in handing Trump a win while telling everyone it was impossible. Talk to some OTHER people.