Kelly Carlin is the author of the memoir 'A Carlin Home Companion,' host of a SiriusXM radio show, and podcast 'Waking From the American Dream.' She is also the daughter of legendary comedian George Carlin, who has a new album of previously unreleased and reworked material out this week called 'I Kinda Like It When A Lot Of People Die.' This episode we discuss the challenge of striking your own path while still honoring the legacy of a parent, the different prisms in which people view her father's work, understanding the reality of death, the perception of political correctness in comedy, and much more.
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Steve Kornacki is the host of MSNBC Live, weekdays at 4pm, and Political Correspondent for the network. This episode I got to pick Steve's brain about the 2016 election and hear his thoughts on which demographics are important this cycle, the details and importance of the horse race and statistical breakdown of the election right now, deciphering Trump's strategy, looking at this election through the lens of history, and more.
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