Start Making Sense Tour 2023June 1, 2023 -
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About Start Making Sense
Start Making Sense is an American weekly left-of-center podcast with a focus on contemporary issues and politics. It is hosted by The Nation magazine's contributing editor Jon Wiener and describes itself as "political talk without the boring parts." It features writers and activists and journalists and artists such as Laila Lalami, Amy Wilentz, Charles Blow, Barbara Ehrenreich, Ben Ehrenreich,Chris Hayes,Naomi Klein, Jane Mayer, and Rick Perlstein. Topics discussed include the American presidential election, climate change, racism, parenthood, party politics, and reviews of books and films.