Back for more after an eventful month off, the guys discuss the state of the world and how it’s developed in the five years since starting the podcast. Covid, Book Bannings, Joss Whedon, Leftist Politics and more!
This week the guys welcome not just Stella (AGAIN), but her brother in pages Tom Panarese! As teachers, the two guests have invaluable experience for the sake of the topic: Parents and their engagement in their children’s education.
Donovan and Harry discuss the national conversation of Critical Race Theory, specifically the nature of its detractors and how the discourse lines up with progressive efforts from centuries past.
When Black History Month rolls around, how do you react? What is it, and how did it come to be? Can it be refined, must it be rebooted, or should it be abolished?
It’s a Steven Special SPECTACULAR! With SU Future having ended, the guys discuss what the world might look like without such a transcendental series to fill the void, reflecting on what the show brought to the masses that set it apart from the rest of Western animation. To do that, they needed guests! First up … More What Can Steven Universe Teach Us? (With Special Guests!)
Much to Donovan’s horror, his old Catholic middle school made the news that the Harry Potter series was banned for fear of evil soul conjuring. He and Harry knock their heads together, discussing Charismatic Christianity, Church Militarism, and more things the bible says not to do.
The following is recorded audio from Donovan’s presentation at BGSU’s Pop Culture Conference, celebrating Batman’s 80th Anniversary.
The end is nigh! The guys go over the first half of their top ten lists of things they enjoyed throughout 2018, including some things they didn’t and honorable mentions.
Terrorism is defined in over a hundred different ways, with dozens of different justifications. This week the guys discuss the utility of differentiating international vs. domestic, understanding terrorism through different media, radicalization, and more lighthearted subject matter.