Podcast: Trigger Options, Obama Conspiracy Games, and Climate Cover Models

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On this week’s podcast with David Corn and Kevin Drum:

Which health care reform gun is attached to the trigger option? Who’s behind the new World-of-Warcraft-like Obama conspiracy online game? And what will Inkblot and Domino be doing for Saturday’s International Day of Climate Action, other than posing naked on the cover of Mother Jones?

Listen to the latest Week-In-Review podcast here, then put your family pic on a Mother Jones magazine cover through MoJo‘s cool new planet-saving Facebook app and consider online holiday cards done this year.

Laura McClure hosts weekly podcasts and is a writer, editor, and sometime geek for Mother Jones. Read her recent investigative feature on lifehacking gurus here.

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Which is also a pretty great way to describe Mother Jones' mission: People coming together around the truth to hold power accountable.

And right now, we need to raise about $400,000 from our online readers over the next two months to hit our annual goal and make good on that mission. Read more about the information war we find ourselves in and how people-powered, independent reporting can and must rise to the challenge—and please support our team's truth-telling journalism with a donation if you can right now.

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