#WeThePeople LIVE
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In an era of thought bubbles, of talking points, of fake news and phony debate, #WeThePeople LIVE is a refreshing bar-room conversation about the biggest issues of our time. A place to reach across the conversational chasm. Pull up a stool, grab a cocktail, and help make debate healthy again. It's the discussion show for planet earth. Join the conversation: @WTP_Live.
Every chamber of the US Government is held by the party with fewer votes: the GOP. Now, Wisconsin Republicans are stripping further powers from the incoming Democratic governor. Is that "democracy"? Wisconsin Professor Harvey Kaye says "NYET!" But he knows how Democrats can wrestle power back. Put on your Che Guevara T-shirt and enjoy this enlightening one-on-one conversation with everyone's second-favorite democratic socialist, Professor Harvey Kaye.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bettina Arndt is lighting up university campuses by giving speeches analyzing the data about campus rape. She says she's empowering young women to be bold and unafraid. Her critics say she dangerously downplays the risk posed by men. Arndt is a celebrity sex adviser who has written for the biggest newspapers, hosted a radio show, and even interviewed His Holiness The Reverend Jordan Peterson. She's either an alt-right anti-feminist fascist, or one of Australia's edgiest pro-sex feminists. You decide. ​Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

#WeThePeople LIVE returns after a hiatus with a favorite guest. Sarah Haider is the co-founder of Ex-Muslims of North America. She promotes religious dissent, women’s rights, liberalism and atheism, and she works to create local support communities for people who've left Islam.​Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

James Valentine is one of Australia's most culturally insightful broadcasters. But he's confused. What happened with Serena Williams at the US Open? Is it real news? Or a racialized, genderized Twitter brouhaha? How can you tell? To answer the deepest, and also shallowest, questions about social media -- and find out why you're paying too much for broccoli -- Josh interrogates ABC Radio Sydney's most whimsical host.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Chloé Valdary is an unlikely champion of Israel. A young black writer from New Orleans, she's been published in the Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic and the New York Times, and is a fiercely independent thinker who defies identitarian group-think. Josh expected to chat about race and identity. But the two started disagreeing about Israel... and, well... the conversation got deeeeep. Enjoy.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Australia's greatest science communicator, Dr Karl, takes your questions LIVE at Giant Dwarf Theatre -- and answers Josh's musings about gravity, mouth bacteria, and whether potatoes are the worst vegetable in the world.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Stephen Knight, aka "The Godless Spellchecker", is a British atheist podcaster who counts Ricky Gervais and Richard Dawkins among his fans. His podcast and YouTube show is among the most popular skeptic programs in the UK. Stephen and Josh discuss Islam, the burqa, white hypocrisy, child rape gangs, being locked up for contempt of court, vegetarianism, and whether Sam Harris is a gateway drug to white supremacy. Y'know. Just the usual stuff.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Can an Asian American be "racist" against whites? Much of the American Left has been arguing an emphatic "No" ever since the New York Times appointed Sarah Jeong to its editorial board, despite her Twitter history of anti-white prejudice. Should she have been hired? Should she be fired? What should prejudice and human rights mean in the 21st century to the Left? Iona Italia (@IonaItalia) is the sub-editor of Areo magazine and has some deep insights. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The French soccer team that won the World Cup was pretty black. Too black, apparently, for racists, white supremacists and... Daily Show host Trevor Noah? A brouhaha between Trevor Noah and the French Government gives us an insight into the vast difference between how French and American liberals think about race and identity. In France, identity politics is considered toxic -- particularly by the Left. John Lichfield understands both perspectives. He's a Brit who's lived in the US and France, and worked for 20 years as the Paris correspondent for Britain's The Independent newspaper. He won the UK Press Awards Foreign Reporter of the year for his French reporting. Josh and John wrestle with identity politics on both sides of the pond.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rachel Corbett is the Director of Podcasts for Mamamia and a panelist on the TV show The Project. In a refreshing absence of political news, she explains to Josh why he should care about the saga of the 11 boys who were trapped in a Thai cave for 17 days. (He finds such stories self-indulgent because he is a heartless monster.) AND is social media making you mad? Plus, a special bonus Q&A involving "First Date Questions" exclusively for supporters at www.patreon.com/wtp.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Kyle Kulinski is progressive talk show host whose YouTube show, Secular Talk, has more than half a million subscribers and almost half a billion video views.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

How should we react to a government we despise? Is it moral for a restaurant to boot out a Trump administration official? Is it hypocritical for Republicans to call for "civility"? Is it fruitful for the Left to stage acts of civil defiance? How much should you seek to "understand" your political foes, and how much is that a naïve instinct that'll only get your ass kicked?    Scott Stephens is an expert in theology, philosophy, ethics and politics. He grew up in a religious family in the US. Now he's a specialist commentator on religion and ethics for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. You need to hear his take.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

You probably eat chicken, right? You might even be eating some right now. But how did they go from scrawny fowl, scratching around in the wild, to the industrial commodity that they are now? Maryn McKenna is an American author and journalist whose work has been featured in the New York Times magazine, the Atlantic, NPR, Scientific American, The Guardian and more. Her most recent book is Big Chicken: The Incredible Story of How Antibiotics Created Modern Agriculture and Changed the Way the World Eats. Maryn and Josh sat down to talk about the “invention” of the chicken, the emergence of Super Bugs, and why a viral pandemic will kill us all. Happy Days!Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

What's better than a Royal Wedding, you ask? How about an all-new LIVE episode taped during the Royal Wedding with three of Australia’s most famous, thoughtful and funny media personalities. Live from Sydney, it's a show about viral meme-tornadoes (here's looking at you Laurel & Yanny), gender quotas, FOMO, and the American Boy Scouts. Osher Gunsberg is the host of The Bachelor and Australian Idol, Merrick Watts is an Aussie stand-up comedy & radio legend, and Peter Van Onselen is a former host of Sky News and contributing editor for The Australian newspaper. Don a bridal gown and a floral hat, and enjoy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Are Muslims Arabs? Is criticism of Islam a form of racism? And what is the deal with the meteoric rise of Jordan Peterson and "the Intellectual Dark Web"? As a non-Muslim, the Arab commentator Lalo Dagach is a champion of minority rights in the Arab world. And a Hispanic living in South America, he complicates our stereotypes about Latinos, Arabs, and atheists. A razor sharp thinker and unapologetic firebrand, Lalo and Josh sit down to solve the world's problems... one misguided stereotype at a time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

How many parallel universes do we live in? What exactly are subatomic particles? And why have we been colliding them beneath the border of Switzerland and France? Kevin Peter Hickerson is a nuclear physicist and the host of the comedy podcast 'Surely You're Joking', where science and comedy collide. He joins Josh to explain nuclear physics and comedy. Easy, right?Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Why is this modern life so anxious? Why are we popping so much Prozac and Xanax? British journalist Johann Hari has a bombshell of a theory. You've seen him on Real Time with Bill Maher. His TED talk has been viewed nearly 10 million times. His previous book shattered myths about the war on drugs, and his new book does the same for mental health. Join Johann and Josh as they wrestle with what's alienating us from ourselves. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Michael Ian Black is famous for The State and Wet Hot American Summer. He is very funny. He is very thoughtful. He dislikes guns. He likes moose. What does that make him? Exactly: A perfect guest for this very show. Feed your gray cells and tickle your ribs, human.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WAR!!!! No, not just airstrikes on Syria, but a live show plumbing military history, the guts of sacrifice, and why millennials are rolling the dice with civilization. It's an all-net LIVE episode with the comic's comic James Smith (as seen on Conan O'Brien), award-winning actor Rob Carlton, and military writer, columnist, journalist, broadcaster, and Chair of the Australian Republic Movement (yes, that's all the same person) Peter FitzSimons. They explain Syria, Gallipoli, the British Empire, and the power of political imagination. Oh, and in-flight WiFi. It goes deep, humans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Josh takes a moment to talk about this thing we call race. Is it real? Or is it a social construct? Or is it both? And can you really tell if someone is Irish just by looking at them? Greg Smithsimon is a Professor of Sociology at Brooklyn College at the City University of New York, and the CUNY Graduate Center. His latest book is 'Cause ... And How It Doesn't Always Equal Effect'Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

A sea change is sweeping the White House. A new Secretary of State. A new CIA chief. And a new National Security Advisor, John Bolton. Will he destroy the world? "Yeah, probably." That's the hunch of the decidedly un-hysterical, deeply informed Anthony L. Fisher. Anthony is an independent, libertarian-minded columnist and contributing writer for The Week and The Daily Beast. His film, Sidewalk Traffic, is available on all major streaming services. He's a former producer at the Fox Business Network, where he met Bolton. And he never waves his arms hysterically about The Grave Threat Trump Poses To The World... until now. Find out why.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

How can young people navigate the fraught waters of sex, consent and workplace courtships, now that Harvey Weinstein’s willy has ruined everything? Heidi Matthews is a Canadian law professor and a self-described socialist feminist sex radical. She has a few problems with the #MeToo movement—and isn’t shy to tell Josh why. You can find her on twitter @Heidi__Matthews, and read her thoughts on sexual pleasure in the age of consent, hereLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In a world fractured by fundamentalism, Josh steps back to ask some bigger questions. How did Christianity come to rule the world? How does Islam hold sway over so many people? And what really went down in Bethlehem 2,000 years ago? Professor Francesca Stavrakopoulou is a professor in the Theology & Religion Department of Exeter University in the UK - although she's an atheist. She studied and taught at Oxford. She's hosted a documentary series on the BBC, "Bible's Buried Secrets". And most of all, she's not boring. To understand the meaning of life, tune in. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Why is politics so partisan? Why is policy so dull? Why is the Left so bereft? And why isn't the government dropping cash out of helicopters? One man who thinks it should is the rockstar writer Rutger Bregman, a baby-faced Dutchman who's become the global champion of a Universal Basic Income (that is: the government giving you free money). Rutger and Josh wrestle with a number of his audacious ideas: a 15-hour work week, the robot revolution, whether you're wasting your life on a meaningless job, and how you could focus on bigger stuff. Rutger's book is "Utopia for Realists: How We Can Build the Ideal World". Tune in, humans, to inhale the sweet, sweet nectar of audacious ideas.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Has #MeToo gone too far? Are we encouraging young women to be victims? In front of a live audience, two of Australia’s most successful women from different generations discuss sexual harassment. Political sex scandals. A red-faced Deputy Prime Minister. An orange president. Guns. Rachel Corbett is a co-host of the news comedy show The Project, and Wendy Harmer has been a fixture of the global comedy scene for decades. Is Josh’s new floral shirt a work of sartorial splendor or a horrific travesty against style? Find out on this provocative new #WeThePeople LIVE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Every time there's a mass shooting in America, Josh considers recording this monologue and then shies away. But in the wake of the second-deadliest shooting at a public school in US history, Josh ditches our regular episode to bring you his unique perspective as a foreigner living in America -- without Piers Morgan's pompous dickheadery. Non-Americans and Americans will both enjoy this one-man debate exploring Australia's gun reforms, global violence, the Second Amendment, America's gun safety stalemate, whether to ban surfing, and the coming dystopian apocalypse. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

By the time you’re old, the idea of eating a burger that was sliced off the body of a dead cow may seem as antiquated as using a whale’s fat to light your home. That’s the hope of Paul Shapiro, whose new bestselling book, Clean Meat: How Growing Meat Without Animals Will Revolutionize Dinner and the World, is a wild dive into the scientific and moral promise of lab-grown meat. Will vegans be chomping on burgers? Will chickens no longer have brains? Paul is the founder of Compassion Over Killing and the former VP & Spokesperson of the Humane Society of the United States. Join him and Josh as they wrestle with the big questions of animal welfare, ethics, biology... and the food revolution that’s coming. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Why is there so much confusion about climate science? “Dr Karl” is the most popular face of science in Australia. He’s technically a Fellow at the Sydney University School of Physics, but every Aussie knows him from TV. He has a weekly radio segment on Triple J, and on the BBC in the UK where he answers listeners’ science questions. He’s had an asteroid named after him. He’s written 43 books popularizing science for the general public. And he sits down with Josh to discuss communicating science to the general public.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Happy Australia Day, America. We discuss why Australia's national day is so controversial (hint: lots of Aboriginal people got killed), what makes Aussies weird, what perplexes us about Americans, why some countries truly are shitholes, and why babies should never be allowed at the tennis. Join a blockbuster panel of comics and journalists: James Valentine, host of ABC Radio; Becky Lucas, rising star comedian; and James Mathison, political candidate and former host of Australian Idol. Plus, Citizens of #WeThePeople Nation who support the show at www.patreon.com/wtp get a special bonus segment. Crikey and bloomin' onions!While you're here, support our sponsors: www.ZipRecruiter.com/PEOPLE to post jobs for free, www.Casper.com/WTPL for $50 off select mattresses andwww.BlueApron.com/WETHEPEOPLE for $30 off your first order.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Two days after Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton in the presidential election, Josh sat down with one of the world's greatest scientists and rationalists, Richard Dawkins, at a live event at Philadelphia's Penn Museum. Since it's the one-year anniversary of Trump's presidency this week, we're releasing the exclusive audio of "An Evening With Richard Dawkins in Conversation with Josh Zepps". The two of them grapple with science, reason, Islam, faith, and the shell-shock they feel at the biggest political upset of our time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Welcome back, humans! After a holiday hiatus, Josh wants some meaty New Year’s insights. What did we do wrong in 2017? How might we do 2018 better? The man to ask is Tim Dean, Moral Philosopher. He and Josh wrestle with identity politics, Islamism, Leftism, racism, tribalism, Trump, and why we should love Hitler. It’s an all-new #WeThePeople LIVE! Dig in.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

What's wrong with "liberal" podcasters? What's wrong with liberalism? What's wrong with America? David Pakman knows. He's the host of The David Pakman Show, a nationally syndicated progressive talk show, which can be seen on more than 160 television and radio outlets including DirecTV and DISH Network. You've seen David on Fox News, CNN, Nancy Grace, Dr Drew and he’s been featured in the New York Times. He and Josh drill into their differing philosophies... and vent about their least favorite aspects of America. Inhale the sweet taste of freedom, humans.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Precisely three years before the Re-Election Of The Greatest President Ever, Josh and his favorite guests convene a blockbuster live show at Union Hall in New York. This may be the biggest, greatest, yugest, most beautiful episode ever. The hilarious Corinne Fisher, the provocative Kmele Foster and the rapscallionish Ben Dreyfuss laugh and argue about Trump's first year, the sexual harassment crisis, and what truly Makes America Great. One year down. Three years to go.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Kmele Foster is a firebrand political debater and the host of The Fifth Column podcast. He was recently shouted down by students at a university panel on free speech. Kmele and Josh discuss being black (or not?), the culture wars, opposition to Trump, and the proper scope of conversation. Make debate healthy, humans, and join in.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ben is the editor-in-chief of The Daily Wire and host of the "top conservative podcast in the nation", The Ben Shapiro Show. If you watch cable news, you’ve seen him. If you’re on Twitter, you’ve seen him. His books are New York Times bestsellers like “Bullies: How the Left’s Culture of Fear and Intimidation Silences America” and “Brainwashed: How Universities Indoctrinate America’s Youth”. Josh and Ben sit down to attempt a constructive disagreement about the role of the State, religion, Medicare, transgender issues and more.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Scott is among Donald Trump’s most intriguing fans. He’s one of the world’s most successful cartoonists as the creator of “Dilbert”, the comic strip that appears in 2,000 newspapers in 65 countries and 25 languages. His blog posts predicting Trump’s triumph went viral last year. And since then, he has become an unlikely defender of the president. Josh and Scott discuss creativity, success, persuasion… and ways in which Trump is appalling or ingenious. Don’t miss this one, folks.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

It’s a special summer spectacular, “The Best of the Brits”, in which Josh brings you highlights from two of his favorite observers of human behavior. Louis Theroux and Jon Ronson are among Britain’s best-loved media personalities: curious documentarians extraordinaire. Heard them they wrangle with Josh (and Artie Lange and the Guys We F**ed girls!) about Scientology, sub-cultures, faith, belief, Trump, Twitter and public shaming. An episode in two succulent parts. Enjoy.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Do you “mansplain”? Do you “whitesplain”? Josh gets into a robust argument about identity politics, free speech and political correctness with proud left-winger Thomas Smith of the podcast Serious Inquiries Only. What role do straight white males have in this crazy day and age? Must we merely be obedient "allies" to whatever non-white non-men say? Controversial. Heated. Whitesplainy. You decide.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MAJORITY REPORT'S MICHAEL BROOKSLeft-wing conversational bomb-thrower Michael Brooks is launching his own online talk show. But can he save the world? Josh gets heated with him about how to change politics, whether ideas can beat raw power, and why dung beetles walk in a straight line. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In turbulent times, we can lose sight of the little things—such as, for example, the meaning of life. Oliver Burkeman hasn’t. His weekly column in The Guardian debates insights into social psychology, self-help culture, productivity and the science of happiness. His book, The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking, is a tour de force argument in favor of negativity, uncertainty, failure and imperfection. Why should you be happy when everything’s going screwy? Listen in and find out.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Professor Bret Weinstein is the man at the center of the Evergreen College crisis. At this moment of national angst about racial equity, free speech and campus protests, Bret’s story has exploded everywhere from the New York Times to Fox News—the tale of the unassuming Biology Professor who stood up to radical left-wing students and found himself in the eye of the storm. But... who is this guy? What does he really believe? Josh and Bret sit down, not to discuss what happened—you can hear that elsewhere—but to discuss how his ideas led him here: Ideas about equality, learning, justice, and Ritalin. Put down your radical queer theory textbook, and dive in.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

What is male privilege? What is female empowerment? Is it misogynistic to criticize feminism? Is it wrong to care about “men’s rights”? The argument has erupted again in Australia amid protests over a new American documentary funded by Men's Rights Activists. The filmmaker, an “ex-feminist” woman, had a controversial TV interview with today's guest, the Aussie television personality Rachel Corbett. Protests erupted. The film's premiere was canceled. Rachel sits down with Josh to hammer out her thoughts about feminism, equality, and and the unfairer sex. An earlier version of this conversation was briefly released in error last week. This episode is now in it's full quality. Enjoy!Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

“America’s War on Drugs” is a new History Channel show that uncovers how the C.I.A. and the mafia stoked America’s appetite for illegal drugs. The show’s executive producer, Anthony Lappe, sits down with Josh to blow your mind abut the creation of L.S.D., America’s support for South American Nazi revolutionaries, and the current hypocrisy (and racism) of the War On Drugs. Grab a cocktail and a crack pipe, and settle in.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ali Rizvi grew up in Libya, Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan, and moved to North America when he was 24. He now writes about atheism, secularism and Islam. In the wake of the Manchester concert attack and two London terrorist attacks, Ali and Josh dig into the thorny topic of how to reform Islam without tarnishing Muslims. Can the Koran be taken less seriously? Should Western feminists stop glorifying the hijab? Can we quit it with identity politics? And what is the real, deeper damage done by terrorism? Ali’s book is The Atheist Muslim. After hearing this conversation, you’ll wanna read it.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Of all the things most of us do every day, one of the most morally significant is eating the flesh of other sentient creatures. Are you conflicted about it? Why? Is it only factory farming which is nasty? Or is it also a problem to eat happy animals? Which ones? Joining Josh to wrestle through the moral mayhem of meat is Paul Shapiro of the Humane Society and the founder of Compassion Over Killing. Grab a burger and settle in.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

It’s been a big few weeks for the forces of anti-free-speech-ism. Bill Maher should be fired for saying the N-word, apparently. Kathy Griffin already has been. A professor at a liberal college woulda been fired if he coulda been, for not seeing “racism” the same way his students do. Josh sits down with comic Mike Coscarelli and libertarian journalist Anthony Fisher to ask: How much free speech is too much free speech?Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dig deep into your brain juice, humans, and geek out about morality and the limits of reason.  It’s Part Two of Josh’s sit-down with the Very Bad Wizards: philosopher Tamler Sommers and psychologist David Pizarro. Is Reason an effective guide to moral behavior? One of the three humans on this show says yes [hint: his name rhymes with Blosh Blepps.] Peter Singer, eat your heart out, coz THIS is how you debate human morality.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Behold! The wizards speaketh! Tamler Sommers is a philosopher and David Pizarro is a psychologist who ponder human morality on their podcast, Very Bad Wizards. Josh recently endorsed them on episode 86 of this show, which shot them up the iTunes charts, and now the three are living happily ever after. Josh, Dave and Tamler sit down to get to know each other over a wide-ranging, two-part conversation about podcasting, fake news, how to trust what you know, how to disagree civilly, skepticism, gender studies, campus protests and the Conceptual Penis. It’s like listening in on an awkward three-way first date between nerds.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Put your history hats on, humans. It’s time for everyone's favorite charismatically-rumpled Professor of Democracy & Justice to make the case for, well… Democracy! And Justice! (It’s right there in his job title.) Everyone wants to feel part of a story that’s bigger than themselves. What's yours? Professor Harvey Kaye wants to grab you by the scruff of the neck and shake the story of American Progressive Greatness into you, dagnammit (without saying “dagnammit”, which is a word Josh is pretty sure cartoons just pretend that Americans say.) Jefferson. Washington. Paine. You. And we, the people.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

If Josh had a penny for every time he's seen someone gushing breathlessly about "the i-word" in recent weeks, he'd have multiple pennies. And he'd be rich! But what is impeachment? How does it work? Has President Trump done anything impeachable? And if he has, would impeachment be politically wise? Would it be just? Josh taps the wits of Keith E. Whittington, a politics professor at Princeton, and Andrew Heaton, a producer and host at Reason TV, to debate how we remove elected leaders in America -- and whether we should. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices