This week I discuss everything you need to know about the debt ceiling debate: What is the debt ceiling? What happens if we default? Is China our new Daddy?
For those people out there who’ve always been rubbed the wrong way by California and it’s stereotypes, you’re about to be treated to a...
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.
This week I dive into the hotly debated and controversial circumstances surrounding the Trayvon Martin shooting, in addition to the latest gaffe from the Romney campaign.
The GOP primaries begin to heat-up, along with President Obama’s misinformed and mistaken healthcare mandate to religious organizations.
The topic of gay marriage made its way into the news again recently – conveniently during another election year – therefore I enlist the help of frequent guest-host, Patrick, as we discuss the subject within the context of equality, civil rights, religion and politics.
A different President Obama showed up to the 2nd debate and Mitt Romney gives birth to another meme. Patrick joins me as we discuss confusing polls, the best moments of the debate and other politicking.
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.
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?
I would like to send out a friendly, “Go Fuck Yourself” to anyone who has attempted to marginalize the BP oil spill, simply becomes it has become “inconvenient” or “embarrassing” in juxtaposition to...
In the spirit of John Stewart and his Rally to Restore Sanity, listener & contributor J.D. Luedi writes about the founding of America and its prevailing principles of reason.
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.
The following video is a collection of photographs submitted by listeners of the Stimulated Boredom podcast, proudly displaying their "I Voted" stickers and participation in the 2012 Presidential Election.
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...
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.