I tried to not make it boring. Check out this episode!
I play and discuss the public reaction to Pearl Harbor. Of particular interest was the city of Madison, WI, which sounded downright patriotic and sensible way back when. Check out this episode!
I issue an correction to something I said last week. The EPA in fact estimates that Obama’s big climate policies would reduce global temperatures by 2/100’ths of a degree, while eliminating all US emissions would reduce temperatures by 2/10’ths of a degree. Check out this episode!
I have a solution to the Roy Moore problem at last. Also, I review the book by Ken Stern, “Republican Like Me: How I left the Liberal Bubble and Learned to Love the Right,” the fairest description of the right I’ve ever heard from a person who’s never voted Republican. If every Democrat read the book the political divide would be far less hostile than it is. Check out this episode!
In a mere 84 minutes, I have done a 35 minute show wherein many topics were covered. Check out this episode!
I discuss the firing of Matt Lauer and the ongoing Senate campaign of Roy Moore. I forgot to discuss Al Franken, who I (for the record) do not believe should resign based on the allegations so far against him. I include a mash-up of Lauer grilling O’Rielly mere weeks ago. Check out this episode!
One of the reasons I’m not a Christian is this: Prayer does not work. I do have philosophical problems too, such as: Its emphasis on being poor, loving your enemies, turning the other cheek, and taking “no thought for the morrow.” And I discuss the eternal injustice of Heaven and Hell, the most extreme funneling system which is not fair for almost anyone alive. Check out this episode!
This week, I give thanks to a dead guy: Samuel Morse. So ought you. Happy Thanksgiving everybody! Check out this episode!
I begin by discussing a recently sentenced serial killer who agrees with me that he should be killed, though that sentence is no longer given in Connecticut. I then discuss a variety of “the world is ending” articles which have cropped up recently. Check out this episode!
I discuss a mass shooting by a man who should’ve been in jail; then I play a rousing game of “Who said it? A white nationalist or the New York Times?” This was inspired by the recent column by law professor Ekow Yankah. Check out this episode!