Justin Krebs

Justin Krebs is a political organizer and writer based in New York City. He is the founder of Living Liberally, a nationwide network of 250 local clubs that create social events around progressive politics, and author of “538 Ways to Live, Work and Play Like a Liberal.”

Guest Appearances

July 2, 2020

Elie Mystal and Justin Krebs join Negin to wax nostalgic about their favorite Fourth of July celebrations. They also share what makes them hopeful about America.

June 18, 2020

Elie Mystal and Justin Krebs join Negin to dive into how media companies are reacting to the Black Lives Matter movement and whether firing problematic CEOs is enough. They also share their thoughts on the recent DACA and LGBTQ Supreme Court rulings.

January 2, 2020

In this first episode of 2020, Negin talks with Peter Grosz and Justin Krebs about the highs and lows of the last decade. She also dissects a “Secret Concierge Service” with Myq Kaplan, and Jody Avirgan.

December 5, 2019

Peter Grosz and Justin Krebs join Negin to dissect the impeachment hearings, the current state of the NATO alliance and the 2020 election. Then they discuss what’s going on in Iran, and our ‘always on’ work culture.

August 26, 2016

Justin Krebs (Blue in a Red State, Moveon.org) and stand-up comedian Jim David chat with Negin about Trump’s possible shift on immigration and whether or not the Clinton Foundation is evil. They also dig into one of America’s favorite pastimes: segregation. And remember, the first-ever FTN live show is coming up on September 16th. See Negin live at The Greene Space in New York City with special guests including Aasif Mandvi. Tickets are on sale now: http://www.thegreenespace.org/events/thegreenespace/2016/sep/16/fake-nation-live/

August 12, 2016

Justin Krebs (Blue in a Red State, Moveon.org), J.R. Havlan (Daily Show, A&E’s Black and White) and the the founder of this podcast, Negin Farsad, dig into this week’s political gaffes, missteps and wins — including all of Trump’s latest headlines. In the immortal words of Weezer, “if you want to destroy my sweater, hold this thread as I walk away.”