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An original staple of the podcast. This is where I rant and rave about a subject matter that I am equal parts passionate about and disgusted by. Enter at your own risk.

Podcast 409: Electoral College Daze

As we head into the final days of the election, I respond to listener questions relating to exactly what the Electoral College is, its history and how it works, what makes a “battleground state” and a wrap-up of the week in election news.

Podcast 376: Retards Chasing Butterflies…

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.

Podcast 387: Electile Dysfunction

This week I put on my “strategist’s hat” and discuss the aftermath of the Iowa caucus, Romney’s narrow victory, Santorum’s last minute surge and my predictions for the upcoming New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries.

Trivializing History: Ignorance And Moronic Historical Comparisons Are Not A Partisan...

Winston Churchill (Disclosure: a political hero of mine) should have known better. Campaigning in 1945, he delivered a speech suggesting that an unchecked Labour...

Podcast 398: Where’s the Beef?

This week’s discussion begins with the campaign fundraising results for May – including what Romney’s superior $77 million-dollar haul could signify – in addition to the infusion of corporate money (thanks to the ‘Citizens United’ Supreme Court decision) into our political process and how new media has made running for President a billion-dollar endeavor.

2012 Presidential Debate: What To Expect

As the first Presidential Debate of 2012 approaches, I discuss what you can expect. From the President's need to 'protect the ball' to Romney's need for a turnover and a 'game changer.'

Why Voting Matters

The privilege of an American citizen to vote is the right that defines our democracy. By exercising this fundamental right, we protect all the other rights of our constitution. Our ability and right to vote is an expression of equality.

Podcast 411: Four More Years

The election is over, President Obama has won a second term and it’s time for a little post-election analysis; including what the next four years may look like and the impending fiscal cliff.

An Introduction To ‘Stimulated Boredom’…

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...

On Gay Marriage: A Step Forward & A Step Back…

On a day when the nation rose to take a major step forward as it pertains to race in this country, we still found a way to tell another segment of our population that they are less of a citizen...

What’s pissing me off today?

"The Internet Freedom Act of 2009" = Example of the gullibility and ignorance of people who think the name of legislation is indicative of...

Podcast 394: Million Dollar Mommy

On this week's program, I discuss the burden and hardship that Ann Romney had to endure while raising 5 boys full-time with only a mere $250 million in the bank, nannies, personal assistants and custom car elevators.

Podcast 379: Armadillo Anal Probe

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.

Take It Easy Folks: Death of Accuracy & Language in Media

During the last Bush administration, there was always much to be said about the politics of fear. And regardless of what you think...

“Politics of the Belly” in Africa

A short review of Jean-Francois Bayart's work on Africa - a theoretical discussion attempting to propose a new intellectual paradigm concerning the socio-political currents which define sub-Saharan...

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