A look back at a week of stories about old school hip hop, cutting edge indie rock, healthy dogs and hilarious moths.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to offer reactions to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s testimony yesterday, as well as perspective on the political reality of the proceedings.
Joe reacts to watching Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Anders Fremstad joins the show to discuss more about his and Mark Paul’s progressive carbon tax proposal, recently published by PPP.
Mark Paul joins the show to discuss his recent People’s Policy Project paper proposing a carbon tax and dividend system.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss today’s bizarre news about Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the potential significance of his firing, and an update on the most recent allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Joe discusses updates on the Kavanaugh allegations and how his perspective has changed on how women are forced to confront trauma through news coverage.
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In Part II, Cat Bradley chronicles her history of running, love for the outdoors, everything that goes into an ultramarathon, how her UTMB stacks up as a career accomplishment, future plans and more.
Cat Bradley joins the show to discuss her experience at the Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc, one of Europe’s most prestigious ultramarathons, where she placed 8th.
Joe discusses finally getting in touch with Infowars host Owen Shroyer and airs his appearance on the show “War Room.”
If you want someone to notice you, just keep writing about dumb stuff they do. It worked with Owen Shroyer.
Elena Childers joins Joe to discuss sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh now that his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, has identified herself and wants to testify before Congress.
Joe discusses his appearance on Infowars and talks about the recent allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, as well as Senator Diane Feinstein’s decision to handle the information internally.
In Part II, Phil Newton discusses teacher training to deal with essay cheating, the legal consequences for students and essay mills, and more.
Phil Newton joins the show to discuss his recent study exploring essay cheating, the internet’s role, higher education’s concern, analyzing over 70 surveys, and more.
r/RussiaLago is a one-stop fear shop for hard news, crackpot conjecture and everything in between.
After looking like he was ready to talk, Shroyer stopped getting back to me. It’s too bad. There’s a lot we could have talked about.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss what he’s looking for heading into November’s midterm elections, the potential devastation of Hurricane Florence, and how 9/11 altered U.S. politics in the years that followed.
Sean Sullivan returns to discuss how the NFL owns Sunday attention, Aaron Rodgers’ amazing comeback, the Cleveland Browns’ incompetence, and other Week 1 storylines.
Our stories ranged from French cheese to mystery goo-filled photoshoots and a band with a cash-dispensing pseudonym.
In Part II, Joe and J.McVay discuss the anonymous Trump staffer’s op-ed in the New York Times and why he or she is the opposite of noble and courageous.
J.McVay returns to discuss Bob Woodward’s new book, the value of reporting from within the White House, questions about anonymous/secondhand sourcing, and more.
Joe discusses Alex Jones’ verbal tet-a-tet with Senator Marco Rubio and his confrontational trip to Captiol Hill.
The apparel giant turned dumb media narratives into a politically profitable ad campaign.
The movie appears well-intentioned, but even obliquely romanticizing Nazis is problematic.
In Part II, Rich Hanley discusses Fox’s primetime opportunity, online streaming of NFL games, legalized gambling, the 2018 New York Giants, and much more.
Rich Hanley returns to discuss how the national anthem protest storyline will continue during the 2018 NFL season, how the NFL made itself synonymous with the U.S. military, and Colin Kaepernick’s grievance against NFL owners.
Crack open a cold one and read about a New York-style punk rock Monday, old headphones and Louis C.K.’s abrupt return to stand-up.