Joe Virgillito
If everyone blocked Ben Shapiro, would he even make a sound?
Joe discusses Kirsten Gillibrand's decision to drop out of the 2020 Democratic primary and ABC's formatting for the third debate. Democratic Primary Exit Survey: Kirsten Gillibrand
Stephanie Grisham’s kept a low profile, but it’s easy to see why the president trusts her.
Joe discusses Paul Farhi's profile of Stephanie Grisham, and why she's the ideal press secretary for the Trump administration. Stephanie Grisham is Trump’s communications czar. Only most people…
Campaign pros have figured out new and excruciatingly awkward ways to get up close and personal with candidates.
How do you get a New York Times opinion columnist to abandon all integrity and threaten your job? Call him a bedbug on Twitter.
Dr. Steve Billet talks Trump's confusing G7 presence, how the media discusses his mental state and whether Joe Walsh or a more moderate Republican offers any real primary challenge to the president.
The Massachusetts congressman’s campaign ended as quietly as it began.
Jay Inslee's presidential campaign may be over, but his climate concern and loud drunk uncle energy will live on.
In Part 2, Joe and J.McVay discuss Once Upon A Time...In Hollywood's ending, Tarantino's depiction of Bruce Lee and Brad Pitt's machismo performance.
Even in defeat, the Washington governor expressed the urgency required to deal with climate change.
We don't need another football league, but we're getting one anyway.
J.McVay returns to discuss Once Upon A Time...In Hollywood, Quentin Tarantino's ninth film. Click here to listen to BreakThru Radio Weekly's feature episode on OUATIH.
What's the difference between a ringing endorsement and an unintentional own? And why are Biden's people already discussing electability and party unity? Dr. Jill Biden answered both questions.
The former Second Lady's phrasing suggests a fear surrounding her husband's candidacy.
What kind of political impact would a recession have? Does Donald Trump take credit for Obama's economy? Dr. Steve Billet discusses.
The British actor reminds us that choke jobs can be really, really funny. At least when they involve hot wings.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss the impact of Israel's decision to deny congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar entry into the country.
How does a bland centrist with zero charisma and no personality fit into the 2020 Democratic primary? He doesn't.
The former Colorado governor's presidential campaign is, mercifully, over.
Right wing media painted the Dayton shooter as a leftist mass murderer because of accounts he retweeted and followed on Twitter.
Corporate media's bias against Bernie Sanders isn't necessarily personal, but it is clear.
Is Fredo an anti-Italian slur? And is Chris Cuomo actually like the most inept Corleone brother? Joe discusses.
Chris Cuomo took offense after someone referred to him as the inferior Corleone brother.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss Anthony Scaramucci's recent comments, Joe Biden's campaign gaffes and the potential political impact of Jeffrey Epstein's death.
Joe discusses Bernie Sanders' appearance on Joe Rogan's podcast and Joe Biden's bad slips. Also if you're running for president, come on the show.
Don’t believe the Times hype about NYC’s Financial District.
Ben Shapiro's got some smart takes on people cancelling their Equinox subscriptions.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss the ramped up rhetoric following the mass shootings in Dayton and El Paso and the renewed discussion of white supremacy in the U.S.
The league wanted to make more content, but forgot its own recent history.
Is the New York Times changing a bad headline actually bad? Are bad faith arguments about "changing the news" actually good? Well, no. To either.
Chance the Rapper is having a tough time with tweets about how much he loves his wife.
Donald Trump condemned white supremacy earlier today. What does it really mean? (Hint: nothing.)
Ryan won't be president, but it's okay if he keeps criticizing Trump.
At what point is a piece of clothing an act of political violence?
Dr. Steve Billet returns to recap the second Democratic debates, including Joe Biden's performance, the Sanders-Warren dynamic, and which low-polling candidates are trending upward.
Turns out Democratic debates are the high water mark for right wing tweets.