Rob Sanchez joins the show to discuss the NBA Finals, including whether the Cavs-Warriors matchup is getting old and where LeBron could sign this summer.
We need his racist, misogynist, smug centrist comedy now more than ever.
Paul Blest joins the show to discuss his recent piece looking at Congress' recent rollback of Dodd-Frank regulations and how some lawmakers have mischaracterized it.
The league’s handling of national anthem protests make it fair to wonder how many more chances football deserves.
Fellow BTR host J. McVay joins the show to discuss Roseanne Barr's racists tweets that led ABC to cancel her show.
Joe discusses the Tomi Lahren drink tossing incident and asks how to deal with public figures who profit from hate mongering and racist rhetoric.
In Part II, Rich Hanley discusses the NFL's role at the center of the culture war and how football's toxic masculinity and decline in youth participation threaten the game's future.
The gun-loving network employs some of the trashiest hosts in media.
Rich Hanley returns to discuss the NFL's new rule forcing players to stand or stay in the locker room during the pregame national anthem.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss the Trump administration's confusing positions on China, the president's unsecured private phone, and noteworthy primary results from last night.
In Part II, Trevor Beaulieu discusses the nature of Kanye West's genius and the bargain that black artists make in order to be accepted and celebrated by white elites & tastemakers.
Tony isn't just the boss of the Soprano crime family, he's the don of middle-aged Italian fashion.
Trevor Beaulieu joins the show to discuss the ways in which Kanye West's social media meltdown relates to Basquiat's conflicts with status and race.
Joe discusses the racist lawyer Aaron Schlossberg, why it's okay (and good) to publicly ridicule racists, and Fox News' fractured logic around…
In Part II, Adam and John Dolan discuss changes from the original 'Illiad,' how academia tends to omit violence and other fun stuff from classic texts, and what John has been up to over the years. 
News organizations obfuscate the truth around violence involving American allies.
BTRtoday Editor-in-Chief Adam Bulger interviews John Dolan (aka Gary Brecher, The War Nerd) about his modern translation of Homer's 'The Illiad.'
The notion seems bizarre, but the arguments make sense.
Adam Johnson joins the show to discuss the way U.S. media's tendency to create power symmetry when covering violent events like the Palestinian protests in Gaza yesterday.
Brent Johnson joins the show to discuss the Supreme Court's decision allowing states to legalize sports gambling, and the impact where it all started—New Jersey.
Joe discusses Michelle Goldberg's NYT opinion piece about the left fueling the right. Unsurprisingly, he disagrees.
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The Arizona senator’s myth-making doesn’t match his actions.
Sabrina Oesterle joins the show to discuss her recent study exploring the Communities That Care prevention system and its positive results in participant communities.
The unoriginality problem posed by FuckJerry and social media content aggregators.
Eoin Higgins returns to discuss why legacy media is so hellbent on portraying John McCain's as a "maverick" and glossing over the senator's problematic legacy during the senator's final days.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss Rudy Guiliani's recent television appearances, why Trump doesn't care about the truth or credibility, what to expect from Korean negotiations, and more.
Joe discusses Fox News host Neil Cavuto's takedown of Donald Trump and why it's weird people are celebrating a news anchor for pointing out lies.
 In Part II, Maura Quint discusses joke theft and the problem with large content aggregating accounts like FuckJerry and The Fat Jew.
In weaponizing identity politics, conservatives have mastered it.
Maura Quint joins the show to provide her take on Michelle Wolf's WHCD set and why it's troubling to see the free press prioritizing access above everything else.
In Part II, Francesco, Alex, and Peggie discuss how our genes change as we age and the potential impact of their study's findings on the aging process.
The YouTube star ending his daily videos is the best thing for him. Probably.