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Adam Serwer (Mother Jones) and Elise Foley (The Huffington Post)

On Adamize, Adam and Elise discuss the bipartisan honeymoon on immigration reform and how it can’t possibly last. They point out that the Obama Administration has stepped up enforcement of immigration laws and border security. Are Republicans like Marco Rubio prepared to take real steps on this issue? Could proposed benefits for same-sex couples derail Republican support? And will this really convince Latino voters to consider Republican candidates?

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Adamize | Jan 30, 2013 | Adam Serwer & Elise Foley

The Wright Show

Trump and the realignment of American politics

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Political scientist Darren Beattie argues that the traditional conservative/liberal paradigm no longer makes sense. Plus: Why Trump and not just Trumpism?

The DMZ

Does Karen Handel’s win mask a threat to GOP dominance?

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Bill Scher and Matt Lewis consider whether Georgia’s close special election foreshadows trouble for Republicans.

Global Dispatches

The “Trump Effect”

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Marietje Schaake, Member of the European Parliament, on Europe’s reaction to political upheaval in the U.S.

MeaningofLife.tv

What’s harder: Loving yourself or loving your enemy?

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Sharon Salzberg, author of the new book Real Love, on how mindfulness and meditation can help you do both.

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Culturally Determined

Seeing Trump stabbed on stage

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Theater director Jack Tamburri, who has seen the controversial production of Julius Caesar, analyzes what the play is trying to achieve.

Drezburt

Has the populist wave crested?

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Heather Hurlburt and Dan Drezner on why Trump’s election may have stymied nationalist populism in Europe–for now.

The DMZ

Do Dems have a “unity edge” over Republicans?

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Bill Scher and Matt Lewis compare current ideological rifts within both parties.

Foreign Entanglements

Jeremy Corbyn as a case for compromise

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Political scientist David Brockington argues that Corbyn’s moderation facilitated Labour’s surge in support.

Culturally Determined

“One of the most sinister crimes in American history”

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Journalist David Grann on Killers of the Flower Moon, his new book about a forgotten series of murders.

The DMZ

Will centrist liberals beat the populists?

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Bill Scher on what it would mean for Democrats if Ossoff wins Georgia’s special election. Plus: Did Trump obstruct justice?