Episode 54 of Blabbermouth talks about Hillary Clinton's leadership style, Ed Murray's angry text messages, whether Capitol Hill has really "lost its edge," and what you should be doing this weekend. Subscribe to the show on iTunes RIGHT HERE!

This week it became clear that Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee for president, so at 1:05 I talk about this history-making moment with TIME Magazine political writer Jay Newton-Small, who will be at Town Hall on Monday discussing her book, Broad Influence: How Women Are Changing the Way America Works.

After that, at 9:48, Seattle City Council member Sally Bagshaw is on. She recently received some outraged text messages from Seattle Mayor Ed Murray when the two were at odds over how to handle Seattle’s homelessness crisis.

Then, at 21:15, Rich Smith offers a dramatic reading of an angry online comment left by one Blabbermouth listener who didn’t like the way Seattle-based television critic Melanie McFarland described Capitol Hill on last week’s show. (Plus Melanie’s response to that commenter!)

Finally, at 24:50, a call to the Blabberphone (206-302-2063) and, at 26:19, our critics’ picks for the weekend. Plus, as always, the music of Ahamefule J. Oluo.