Those of us who are politically active have to admit that we will never get a perfect "unicorn" candidate who agrees with us on every policy point. We always have to compromise a bit.
However, how much should we as voters -- and politicians as policy makers -- compromise to win elections?
Purity and pragmatism both have their advantages: one approach lets us stay true to our original ideas, while the latter approach gets things done.
Is there a proper middle ground? Or is pragmatism the reason our society keeps getting more liberal?
In tonight's episode, I discuss this question with Trump-supporting "Radical Agenda" host Christopher Cantwell and anarcho-libertarian YouTuber, That Guy T.