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Progressive Devilry

Nikki Darling Marra
GovernmentNewsPolitics

Progressive Devilry is a YouTube channel, podcast, and LiveStream hosted by Andrew & Stella. Their goal is to make politics more accessible to those interested, help give you a direct line to your Representatives, and the resources to understand the political battleground.

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Latest Episodes

Stella goes over Freedom of Speech in today's Course Correction by reviewing 200-year-old legal precedent, and why that doesn't protect you from real world consequences outside the government's control. Like where people spend their money, or the rig... more

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An employee of Ernie's Market in Wenatchee refused service to the CEO of Confluence Health because of the vaccine mandate... of which he is *not* in charge. more

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47 Transgender and gender diverse people have been killed this year in the United States. And those are just the ones reported and identified. more

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