This week I am joined by Patrick, who recently returned from SxSW. We round out the program with the Limbaugh/Fluke controversy and the prolonged Republican primary.
Neil Heslin, the father of a 6-year-old boy who was slain in the Sandy Hook massacre, was shouted down (see: heckled) by pro-gun advocates during a hearing before the Gun Violence Prevention Group. My thoughts on gun control.
In this week’s show, I cover everything from the President’s address to Congress and details relating to the American Jobs Act, to the struggling economy and how our politics are only making it worse.
The iPhone 5 is released with a new shade of lipstick and Mitt Romney thinks 47% of the country (which includes Grandma and active military personnel) are a bunch of freeloading bums and doesn't want their vote.
Let's take a look at who the 47% of Americans that don't pay income taxes are. The ones who "mooch" off of the system, "expect something for free" and "don't take personal responsibility for their lives."
A decade after the September 11th attacks, I reflect on where I was when I heard the news and how our country has changed (for better or for worse) in the ensuing 10 years.
As more women come forward with inappropriate images of Rep. Anthony Weiner's...well, wiener...including racy text messages, I offer my reasons for why he should step down from office.
This week I'm joined by Patrick, as we discuss the cantankerous debt ceiling debate and our (strong) opinions regarding the behavior of both sides of the isle.
Winston Churchill (Disclosure: a political hero of mine) should have known better. Campaigning in 1945, he delivered a speech suggesting that an unchecked Labour...
In this week’s (over 2 hour) main segment, I delve into the many gaffes and the constantly rotating Poll-Merry-Go-Round that is the GOP field of Presidential candidates.
In this week's program I discuss the end to the War in Iraq, which has been heavily covered subject on the podcast over the years. Also, some politics and news.
Hey folks, I just completed a new promo video for the show, was trying to find a concept that would encompass the diversity of subject...
I am often asked by new listeners of the program about my personal politics. In this piece, I explain where I stand in the political spectrum and how I came to find myself there.
Coming on the heels of a strong and unexpected Romney performance in last week’s first debate against the President, additional pressure was on Vice President Joe Biden to deliver a performance that will either slow down or completely stop Romney’s recent momentum. Did he succeed?
The following is a question (and my response) from SB listener and show favorite, Vanessa G, posed to me earlier today on Facebook. I am posting it on the site for the benefit of others who are curious about...