Josh Bertone returns to discuss the voters opinions on Bill Clinton and the allegations against him compared to the allegations against Donald Trump. How do voters take into account reprehensible behavior from their preferred candidates?
This week the guys discuss Cultural Phenomena, how that gets to be defined, and the backlash effect with each example.
Josh Bertone is the guest for this week as he lends his personal experience into the discussion of police misconduct, brutality and reform. When faced with this potential inevitability, what should we do? What can we do?
With the recent revelations of sex abuse in Hollywood, the guys hash out where such predatory mindsets come from.
*NOTE* This Episode contains Spoilers for Blade Runner 2049 After adding their perspectives on the ongoing #MeToo conversation, Don and Harry talk about the seminal Anti-Hero. What brought about this archetype, and what are its most iconic representations? Most importantly, has its time passed?
In the first of a future sub-section of episodes determining how the future might come to look like we’d like it to, Harry and Don discuss Gender Equality and how to cure the various venoms that make equity between the races harder to swallow.
The guys return to talk about the modern resurgence of Nazism in America and how best to fight them.
IN THIS EPISODE the guys discuss the impending threat of the show “Confederate”, proposed by Game of Thrones showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff, and the merits and risks in making a television show about modern-day slavery. Topics included in the discussion are: The narratives of racially intense shows from white producers Assailing white creators … More Should There be Limits to Storytelling?
In this episode the guys welcome Peter to discuss the recent and long history of the Pride Flag, and the current events in which it’s been altered. Topics include how the history of Gay Rights has been silenced over the years, bumped into other progressive activism, and how to further educate people for future generations. … More How Can We Develop Progressive Iconography?