Washington Post columnist James Hohmann chats with the voices behind the viewpoints. Hohmann sits down each week with the author of a compelling or unexpected guest column for The Post’s Opinions section. Together, they unpack arguments that are shaping the public conversation about issues of importance. “Please, Go On” features marquee names, as well as everyday people with original perspectives. New episodes released Fridays.
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What a horrible, selfish person. Having, admittedly, sending her children to school sick, she has no place in this discussion whatsoever. Many people are compromised. I almost died as well as my unborn baby because somebody felt they were too necessary to stay home when they were sick. She said she sent her kids to school sick because she didn’t want to deal with child care. This is the selfish mindset that is lead our country down this road. Did not find the show constructive in the least.
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Please, Go On launched 2 years ago and published 58 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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