Krystal Kyle & Friends

Krystal Ball and Kyle Kulinski dive into politics, philosophy and random BS with people they like. Krystal is co-host of Breaking Points. Kyle is host of Secular Talk on YouTube.

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Episode 43 Audio: Ken Klippenstein


Listen now | This week, Ken Klippenstein joined us for Episode 42 of Krystal Kyle and Friends, giving us the scoop on national security, the political clout of big business, what’s new with the Left’s best friend Kyrsten Sinema, and our current media landscape. Recently, Ken has broken big stories for the


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Exposing Media Malpractice with Ken Klippenstein


Episode 43 with Ken Klippenstein


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Kyrsten Sinema’s Cartoonish Corruption


Preview with Ken Klippenstein


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Episode 42 Audio: Jeff Stein


Listen now | How can we contextualize Biden's leadership style with the Obama years? How do the important deals get made in US politics — and what can leftist agitators do to make the deals they want to make? We address questions like these with this week's guest: Jeff Stein, White House economics reporter for the Washington Post...


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Episode 41 Audio: David Sirota


Listen now | This week, David Sirota joined us on Krystal Kyle & Friends to discuss everything from his latest foray into film to his perspective on current events, particularly the holdup of the budget. David explains the strategy corporate lobbyists are pushing to kill the reconciliation bill — breaking its link to the infrastructure bill, which they hope to pass.


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Checking in with David Sirota


Episode 41 Sneak Peek


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Episode 40 Audio: 2008 Crash Experts, Eric Vaughan and Patrick Lovell


Listen now | In this week’s episode of Krystal Kyle & Friends, we discuss current events alongside the history of corporate greed condoned by the government. This is told through the lens of the 2008 financial crash, a story brilliantly brought together in the documentary


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