On tonight’s QNA: State of the Union (starring Ice Cube), the two podcasty boys are joined by a third! It’s Peter from Dead Times, with a most unfortunate field reporting on the other pandemic, the talky-type conspiracy hydra. In the immediate aftermath of the Trump presidency, the Republican Party is no less a threat, already off to the races blocking Biden’s policy rollout like they block phosphodiesterase 5, is nevertheless split between some unknown “old-school” establishment centrism and the existential (but so frustrating dumbass) violence of the fringe-o’s. For some of us, that war has hit home. So we ask, is QAnon the new hotness or does it have deeper roots? Who saves us from the Democratic pedophile endocrine takers? 9/11 is real. Worst doomsday cult ever. But like the Cyclones, They Have A Plan. … More Republicans: Where Are They Now?
In the week since recording last week’s episode, one of the guys seeks to refine his statements and aim for precision in laying out the caseload for a post-2020 revival project. What does the other guy think? One can’t solve a problem before knowing what it is. So who are our enemies?
After four years of cruelty and ineptitude, Donald Trump has finally lost his occupation at the White House. Donovan, Harry and Kelly discuss their feelings during the five-part Election Saga, the mission going forward, and the darker, truer understanding of the call for “Unity”.
Noah Berlatsky is back and lays down the modern day Republican psyche, odds for the 2020 Election, and the political work to do in the years to come.
Kelly returns to discuss the impending election, the protests in her hometown of Oregon, the Democratic Presidential Candidates and the American Dream. Also, Hideo Kojima!
With the announcement of Kamala Harris as Joe Biden’s running mate, the guys vent their anxieties as the country barrels down towards its final countdown…
This week the guys are privileged to talk with Dr. Alexandra Ownesby, Kentuckian Nurse Practitioner who is currently running for the House of Representatives in the 4th Kentucky District. The three discuss the current COVID-19 pandemic, proper representation in politics and the needs of Healthcare Reform.
The show returns this week, along with writer Noah Berlatsky as the three men discuss the weaponization and misappropriation of empathy in politics. Discussed is his article “The Case Against Empathizing with Trump Voters”.
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?