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May 1, 2018

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–On the Show:

–Debra Satz, Professor of Philosophy at Stanford University, joins David to discuss her new book, “Why Some Things Should Not be for Sale: The Moral Limits of Markets”

–In completely not shocking news, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un says he would meet with President Donald Trump at the DMZ, the demilitarized zone, on the border of North and South Korea for their upcoming summit

–Nearly 50 of Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s questions for President Donald Trump in the Trump Russia investigation are obtained by the New York Times and published, and show that Mueller is interested in everything ranging from collusion and obstruction of justice to Trump’s knowledge of and relationships with various individuals including oligarchs and hackers

–Republicans are hugely triggered by Michelle Wolf’s White House Correspondents Dinner monologue, and an examination of her jokes reveals the hypocrisy of the right when it comes to free speech and safe spaces

–Jordan Peterson claims, in a debate with Matt Dillahunty, that deep down, atheists believe in God, in yet another example of his sophistry and religious fundamentalism showing through

–It turns out that an oil refinery owned by billionaire Donald Trump adviser Carl Icahn has obtained a waiver to avoid paying federal credits for their pollution

–Voicemail caller asks what David’s favorite chess opening and defense are

On the Bonus Show: Guns banned during Pence NRA speech, rice vs wheat can influence personality, MSNBC’s Joy Reid avoids ad boycott, much more…

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