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.
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.
Conservative shock joke…excuse me, jock, Rush Limbaugh, recently created a fervor over his attack of Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke for her position on insurance coverage for birth control.
The GOP primaries begin to heat-up, along with President Obama’s misinformed and mistaken healthcare mandate to religious organizations.
As President Obama delivers his 3rd State of the Union address before Congress – his last before the 2012 election – I offer up my thoughts on the over 6-pages of notes I took during the speech.
I'm joined by Vanessa G of Girls Gone Geek, as we have an impassioned 2.5 hour discussion on the subject of SOPA and Net Neutrality.
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.
This week marks the triumphant (guest) return of Chris – aka: “Booger” – who had a short, but distinguished stint as co-host of the program back in 2005.
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.
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.
This week’s discussion includes reports of GOP front-runner, Herman Cain, wanting to deliver his “meatlover’s pizza” to a couple of former female employees.
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.
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.
Rick Perry enters the Presidential race, further diluting a weak GOP field. I weigh his chances and explain the difference between a "primary candidate" and an "electable general election candidate."
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.