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Hosted by Hollywood producer and political media strategist Ben Mathis, KickAss News is a twice weekly podcast that features the most interesting personalities and thought leaders in politics, entertainment, tech, business, science, and more.

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As the actor and writer behind Monty Python, Fawlty Towers, and films like A Fish Called Wanda, John Cleese is among the most creative minds in entertainment.  He opens up about his writing process, why he often finds inspiration in the most unlikely of places, and how you can foster creativity in whatever you do.  He explains why overconfidence is the enemy of creativity, where he gets his particular disdain for pompous politicians and feckless authority figures, and why he says that people in charge are always uncomfortable around comedians.  John reveals how he and the Pythons came up with that classic "Dead Parrot" sketch, the curmudgeonly hotel manager who served as the real life inspiration for his character in Fawlty Towers, and the moment when he first realized that he was funny.  Plus he shares why he turned down a Lordship, why believes that Prince Charles will make a good king, and why you couldn't even pay him to have dinner with Prince William. Order his book CREATIVITY: A SHORT ANS CHEERFUL GUIDE on Amazon or wherever books are sold, and follow him on twitter at @JohnCleese. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Senator Ben Sasse does a deep dive into the societal shifts affecting modern American life and the roots of our political divisiveness.  He talk about the outsized role politics plays in our daily lives, how "polititainment" celebrities like Sean Hannity are fueling dangerous tribalism in America, and how to build a healthier tribe of family and friends instead of political outrage.  He shares recent data that indicates that Americans are feeling increasingly lonely, and explains how the digital economy and smart technology are leading us to pull up our roots and lose our sense of community.  He then reveals how his own family has embraced the idea of a "digital Sabbath" and shares a few of his favorite tips for unplugging and living in the moment.  Plus I ask Senator Ben Sasse if he’s still comfortable with a GOP that has remade itself in President Trump's image. Order Senator Ben Sasse's important new book Them: Why We Hate Each Other--and How to Heal on Amazon, Audible or wherever books are sold, and follow him on twitter at @SenSasse.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Google's Eric Schmidt

Google's Eric Schmidt

2020-10-1337:59

Former Google chairman and CEO Eric Schmidt discusses how former college football coach Bill Campbell mentored him and many of Silicon Valley's greatest visionaries from Jeff Bezos and Larry Page to Marc Andreessen and Steve Jobs.  Eric recalls how he initially reacted when venture capitalist John Doerr suggested that he work with a coach, how Coach Campbell helped shape the relationship between Eric and Google's founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, and how the coach talked Eric out of resigning as Google’s CEO in 2004.  He shares how Bill Campbell coached teams more than individuals, and talks about the importance of trust and even love to a company's success.  Eric opens up about his decision to step down as Executive Chairman of Google's parent company Alphabet in 2017 and his next big bet on the positive potential of artificial intelligence.  Plus Eric Schmidt reveals why starting a meeting with some little polite chit-chat isn't just a waste of time and the power of hugs in the workplace. Order Eric's book Trillion Dollar Coach: The Leadership Playbook of Silicon Valley's Bill Campbell on Amazon, Audible or wherever books are sold.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Oscar-winning actor/writer/director/producer Tim Robbins shares how he originally developed his latest project Bobo Supreme as a movie with the director Adam McKay, but he was inspired to adapt his screenplay for an auditory medium when the pandemic shut down film production. He reveals how he managed to record with 35 different actors in 35 different locations simultaneously during quarantine, and how it has given him a renewed appreciation for the radio dramas of Orson Welles and his Mercury Radio Theater.  We talk about taking down tyrants through satire, comedy as a welcome break from our toxic addiction to doom scrolling, and how Tim’s career in Hollywood has given him some insight into the fragile, narcissistic id of Donald Trump.  Tim offers some hopeful speculation on how the movie business may transform in the wake of Covid-19 and what it will take to reopen live theaters such as his own repertory group The Actors Gang.  Plus, how Joe Biden won Tim over, the enduring relevance of his film Bob Roberts, and why you probably won’t see a sequel to that seminal political mockumentary any time soon. Episode 1 of Bobo Supreme debuts today, October 8 on Patreon.  Visit www.bobosupreme.com or www.patreon.com/timrobbinspresents to listen.  Follow Tim on Twitter at @TimRobbins1. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
99% Invisible host Roman Mars discusses his new book why it’s taken him a decade to finally write a 99% Invisible book The 99% Invisible City: A Field Guide to the Hidden World of Everyday Design, all of the thought that this design fan put into the look of his first book, and some of the secret publishing considerations that determine everything from how many units get returned to whether a book gets sold by Costco.  We talk about the baseball player who became synonymous with stairs to nowhere and other architectural elements that have outlasted their usefulness, how the lost art of neon tube bending is making a comeback, and how residents, local governments, and more affect the look and character of a neighborhood.  For instance, Roman shares how taxes have impacted the shape buildings throughout history, and the role that design plays in making our public spaces safer and our cities more pedestrian friendly during the current pandemic.  Plus we talk about creepy dolls, librarians on a power trip, the beautiful hideousness of city flags, and San Francisco's love/hate relationship with the TransAmerica pyramid. Order Roman's his book The 99% Invisible City: A Field Guide to the Hidden World of Everyday Design.  You can listen to 99% Invisible wherever you listen to podcasts or at www.99percentinvisible.org.  Follow Roman and the show on Twitter at @RomanMars and @99piorg, and be sure to check out the whole lineup of Radiotopia podcasts at www.radiotopia.fm.  Today's episode is sponsored by Kestra Financial.     See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lieutenant General H.R. McMaster served in the US Army for 34 years and then as National Security Advisor to President Donald Trump.  He discusses what it was like to take over that job in the chaotic period following the firing of his predecessor Michael Flynn, how studying LBJ's mistakes during the War in Vietnam made him even more determined to provide the current Commander-in-Chief with straight-forward, unvarnished policy advice, and why he believes that some others in the White House might not have had the same lofty motivations.  He talks about the value of empathy in national security and some of the biggest challenges America faces from an emboldened China that is taking advantage of the Covid crisis to advance it’s own agenda to a Russia that he says is determined to drag America down with it.  He he explains why the war in Afghanistan is really a one year war fought over and over 20 times, why he believes that his departure from the Trump Administration was partly the result of a social media smear campaign by Russian cyber-trolls, how the National Security Council put a strategy in place for a global pandemic (and what went wrong). Order his new book Battlegrounds: The Fight to Defend the Free World.  Today's episode was sponsored by Freeform's new series Kal Penn Approves This Message, now streaming new episodes on Wednesdays on Hulu.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Lithgow shares some of his favorite poems from his new book Trumpty Dumpty Wanted a Crown: Verses for a Despotic Age and how a performance of Gilbert and Sullivan’s most famous song inspired him to express his political voice through rhyme and verse.  He reveals that he originally wanted to go into fine art instead of acting, how his poetry books have returned him to his childhood love of drawing, and why the motley cast of characters around Donald Trump serve as endless sources of inspiration for his humorous illustrations.  We also discuss his magnificent turns as Roger Ailes and Winston Churchill on screen, how this classically trained actor was convinced to play an alien on the hit sitcom Third Rock from the Sun, and how Twilight Zone: The Movie has made him every flight attendant’s favorite star.  We talk about his series of books and albums for children, we dig into his dark poem about the President’s deadly mishandling of the Coronavirus, and John ponders whether might he one day want to star as Trumpty Dumpty himself.   Order his book Trumpty Dumpty Wanted a Crown: Verses for a Despotic Age on Amazon, Audible or wherever books are sold.  Be sure to check out some of John's celebrity video readings of Trumpty Dumpty on Youtube and follow John on Twitter @JohnLithgo.  Today's episode was sponsored by Freeform's new series Kal Penn Approves This Message, now streaming new episodes on Wednesdays on Hulu.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Based on James Comey's memoir A Higher Loyalty, The Comey Rule is a two night television event that is written/directed by Oscar-nominee Billy Ray and stars Emmy-winner Jeff Daniels as the embattled FBI Director.  They join me on the podcast to open up about their own initial anger at James Comey over the 2016 Hillary Clinton probe and why they want to set the record straight about the man behind the two most controversial investigations of the 21st Century.  Jeff reveals what attracts him to roles that define what it means to be an American, why he’s not afraid of projects that take a political stand, and what it was like to sit across the table from actor Brendan Gleeson as President Donald Trump.  Billy recalls his extensive conversations with the real James Comey, the rule that governed every single decision that Comey made, and what Billy learned from his additional year’s worth of interviews (including one with a powerful Trump ally).  They also discuss their race to finish The Comey Rule in time for the 2020 Presidential race and how they convinced Showtime to move up the premiere date to just 5 weeks before the election.  Plus Jeff and Billy say they hope Donald Trump’s supporters will at least hate-watch The Comey Rule and they're totally prepared for inevitable angry tweet from President Trump himself. The Comey Rule airs Sunday, September 27 and Monday, September 28 at 9 PM ET/PT only on Showtime.  Today's podcast was sponsored by the new series Kal Penn Approves This Message now streaming on Hulu. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Oscar-nominated actor Richard Jenkins talks about his prolific career as one of Hollywood’s most reliable character actors and achieving fame later in life on the hit HBO series Six Feet Under.  He talks about some of his favorite films including Step Brothers and The Shape of Water, how director Guillermo del Toro gives actors a whole bible of background information on their characters, and the difference between working with the Coen Brothers and the Farrelly Brothers.  Richard discusses his role as a working class man in rust belt Michigan in The Last Shift and what the film has to say about racial injustice, income inequality, and finding common ground during these political divisive times.  He also talks about his role as a shameless grifter in Kajillionaire, how the film redefines the traditional family, and what it was like to battle a never-ending deluge of bubbles for the movie! Kajillionaire and The Last Shift both open in theaters this Friday, September 25,  and Kajillionaire will come out on Video-On-Demand beginning October 16.  Today's episode is sponsored by the new podcast What's Ahead with Steve Forbes, the new Freeform series Kal Penn Approves This Message, and V-Thrive, The Vitamin Shoppe brand of vitamins and supplements. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The past 5 years have been an amazing ride for actress Carrie Coon with a near constant string of excellent performances in some of the best film and television of the past decade including The Leftovers, Fargo S3, The Sinner S2, Gone Girl, and The Post.  Now she says quarantine is the longest period of time that she has spent in her own house and it may be the first opportunity she has had to process the incredible leap that her career has taken over the past half-decade.  She tells me that the pandemic feels a lot like revisiting her time on the apocalyptic series The Leftovers and that fans of the show still tell her that her performance helped them through their own personal tragedies.  Carrie reveals how a certain brand of midwestern stoicism informs her roles in The Leftovers and Fargo and that even directors are constantly surprised by her upbeat, easy-going demeanor when they finally meet her in-person.  She talks about going blonde for her new movie The Nest, how the film explores the shifting power dynamics of a marriage, and she opens up her own unique relationship with her husband actor/playwright Tracy Letts. Plus Carrie gives a preview of her forthcoming HBO series The Gilded Age and a few of her favorite quarantine movie recommendations. Carrie Coon and Jude Law star in The Nest, which opens in theaters Friday September 18 and Video-On-Demand starting November 17.  You can also follow Carrie on Twitter at @CarrieCoon. Today's podcast was sponsored by V-Thrive, the Vitamin Shoppe brand of quality vitamins, supplements, & more.  Learn more/order at www.vitaminshoppe.com/PODCAST or visit The Vitamin Shoppe store near you.     See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For more than 25 years, actors and musicians Jack Black and Kyle Gass have been performing as the rock satire band Tenacious D.  They’ve toured around the world, recorded Grammy-winning albums, started a music festival, made a tv show, made a movie, then made an animated movie, and now they’ve even put out a new graphic novel.  Today Kyle and Jack join me on the show as we get into how they’ve managed to outlast the lifespan of most bands and how satirizing rock bands has led to their playing with everyone from Metallica to Kid Rock.  They reveal how Bob Odenkirk and David Cross gave them their first big break, how their movie The Pick of Destiny went from an initial box-office failure to cult film status, and their dream cast for a Tenacious D musical on Broadway.  They discuss what was like to voice every single character and hand draw every frame of animation for their second film Post-Apocalypto, how the movie and now graphic novel of Post-Apocalypto address everything from toxic masculinity to Donald Trump, and how being the self-proclaimed “World’s Greatest Band” gives them a little insight into Trump’s narcissism.  Plus the time Kyle had to go on stage with partial facial paralysis, Jack gets a stalker in the middle of our interview, and Kyle shares memories of his brief stint as a census taker. Order their new graphic novel Post-Apocalypto on Amazon or order a signed copy at www.tenaciousd.com.  You can also follow the guys on Twitter at @JackBlack and @GassLeak.   Today's episode was sponsored by the new podcast What’s Ahead with Steve Forbes.  On What’s Ahead, financial legend Steve Forbes sits down with today’s leading business, economic, and cultural minds everyone from CEOs to scientists to celebrities to give listeners a better grasp of what’s coming, as well as sharing his own perspectives on the day’s most pressing issues.  Check out What’s Ahead with Steve Forbes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As Official White House Photographer under Ronald Reagan and then Barack Obama, Pete Souza was an eyewitness to the unique and tremendous responsibilities of being the most powerful person on Earth.  Now he's the subject of a new documentary film titled The Way I See It.  Pete discusses the life of a White House photographer and what it was like to go from being a journalist on the outside looking in to being at the President’s side all day, every day.  He talks about the delicate balance between getting the shot and knowing when to back off, what it was like to watch President Obama’s two daughters grow up and to watch history in the making, and how even he sometimes got a little choked up on several occasions.   He explains his decision to go from being a "fly on the wall" to a very public and outspoken critic of Donald Trump, he compares the two most famous photos of the Obama and Trump Presidencies, and shares the Instagram post that earned him the nickname “the king of shade.” The Way I See It will open in theaters on Friday, September 18 and will be followed by a premiere on MSNBC on Friday, October 9 at 10PM Eastern.  Keep up with Pete at www.petesouza.com and follow him on instagram and twitter at @PeteSouza.  Today's episode is sponsored by Mutual Mobile. Mutual Mobile is a product design and development company that has designed and built mobile and web apps powering many of the Fortune 500 companies and high growth startups in the world today.  If you have design or development needs, schedule a free 30 minute consultation with Mutual Mobile at www.mutualmobile.link/kick to get started. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chef David Chang

Chef David Chang

2020-09-0757:18

Chef David Chang shares that he originally wanted to be Tiger Woods not Wolfgang Puck, and he eventually got into cooking because he hated his job in finance.  He recalls learning in some of the best kitchens in New York and Tokyo, then rebelling against New York’s fine dining establishment, and how struggling to get Momofuku off the ground shaped his success.  Dave talks about his new Netflix series Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, smoking weed and touring Vancouver with Seth Rogen for the show, and exploring the mysteries of Marrakech with Chrissy Teigen.  Plus he talks about his love/hate relationship with the California food scene, customers who Instagram their food, how delivery apps are disrupting the restaurant industry, and what that means for chefs. Keep up with David at www.momofuku.com or on Twitter at @DavidChang, and be sure to subscribe to his podcast The David Chang Show on Apple Podcasts or wherever you like to listen.  Visit Kickass News at www.kickassnews.com for more interesting stuff, subscribe to Kickass News on Apple Podcasts, and follow us on twitter at @KickassNewsPod or on Facebook.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. David Eagleman is creator/host of PBS's The Brain, a professor of neuroscience at Stanford University, and CEO/founder of Neosensory, a company that builds the next generation of neuroscience hardware.  He overturns science's traditional understand of brain plasticity and explains how the mind is able to constantly adapt to suit different circumstances.  He shares how a child can still function with half his brain missing, how babies start modeling the world from the moment they are born, and what happens if babies are deprived of that opportunity in their first months and years.  David also discusses why our 16-year-old self and our 40-year-old self are like entirely different people, why we lose brain plasticity as we age, but how areas of the brain age at different rates.  He reveals what neuroscience can contribute to criminal law, how his company NeoSensory is able to help deaf people hear through their skin, and how Elon Musk’s Neuralink technology may help overcome other injuries, but probably won’t turn you into a super-intelligent cyborg.  Plus David talks about what it’s like to be a science consultant for HBO’s Westworld. Order David Eagleman's book Livewired: The Inside Story of the Ever-Changing Brain on Amazon, Audible, or wherever books are sold.  Follow David at eagleman.com or on Twitter at @davideagleman.  Today's podcast was sponsored by V-Thrive, the Vitamin Shoppe brand of quality vitamins, supplements, & more.  Learn more/order at www.vitaminshoppe.com/PODCAST or visit The Vitamin Shoppe store near you. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pulitzer-winning historian Jon Meacham recalls his 30 year friendship with the late Congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis.  Meacham describes as an almost Biblical arc to John Lewis's life, and how Lewis’s Christian faith informed his activism.  He describes the horrible day in Selma, Alabama known as "Bloody Sunday," and how Lewis remained steadfast and at peace even as state troopers beat him within an inch of his life on the Edmund Pettus Bridge.  He discusses his final conversation with John Lewis shortly before Lewis's death in July, and how the civil rights leader continued to preach the power of non-violent protest in the wake of recent attacks on black Americans.  John Meacham also shares why he wanted his book about John Lewis to hit shelves before the 2020 election, what inspired him to endorse a Presidential candidate for the first time in his life, and what it was like to participate in a very different Democratic National Convention during the pandemic. Order Jon Meacham's new book is His Truth Is Marching On: John Lewis and the Power of Hope on Amazon, Audible or wherever books are sold.  Subscribe to his podcast Hope Through History and follow him on Twitter at @jmeacham. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
20 years after the film Erin Brockovich raised awareness about water contamination, the real Erin Brockovich talks about how her that movie changed her life, the moment when she realized that she had to stand up for the citizens of Hinckley, California, and her outrage that dangerous levels of Chromium-6 still exist in the water of hundreds of municipalities across the U.S.  She explains why environmental regulators aren’t doing their jobs, and how she’s helped angry moms mobilize their communities to demand clean water in Flint, Michigan, Hannibal, Missouri, and as far away as Greece.  Plus Erin offers advice on how to evaluate the purity of water that comes out of your faucet, what contaminants to look for, and who to turn to when something doesn’t look right. Order Superman's Not Coming: Our National Water Crisis, and What We the People Can Do About It on Amazon, Audible, or wherever books are sold.  Listen to her podcast Superman’s Not Coming wherever you like to listen, and follow her at www.brockovich.com and on Twitter at @Erin Brockovich. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Before Greg Gutfeld was a Fox News star and a New York Times bestselling author, he was a self-help writer for health magazines who had no idea what he was talking about. Now, after years of experience, he finally feels qualified to guide people on the journey of life with his new book The Plus: Self-Help for People Who Hate Self-Help.  Greg returns to the podcast to share some of the lame self-help advice he used to give in magazines like Maxim and Men’s Health and why he generally abhors self-improvement books.  He explains his deceptively simple binary system for living a better life, some advice on coping with quarantine life, and how Greg is entertaining himself during the pandemic.  Plus how humans are mimicking robots, Greg talks about his most hated segments ever, and the time he put on a second grade puppet show of the Watergate hearings. Order Greg Gutfeld's book The Plus: Self-Help for People Who Hate Self-Help on Amazon, Audible, or wherever books are sold.  See Greg every weekday on The Five and every Saturday on The Greg Gutfeld Show on Fox News, and follow Greg at www.ggutlfeld.com and on Twitter at @GregGutfeld. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Adam Carolla takes on cancel culture and hashtag heroes.  He explains why he has given up on apologizing to people, why he’s standing by his friend Jimmy Kimmel during the late night show host’s blackface controversy, and why he believes that people who virtue signal on behalf others are really quietly racist.  He discusses his political philosophy, his impression of Donald Trump from his stint on Celebrity Apprentice, and how a segment producer on that show hoodwinked him into getting fired from the boardroom. Order Adam Carolla's book I'm Your Emotional Support Animal: Navigating Our All Woke, No Joke Culture on Amazon, Audible or wherever books are sold.  Subscribe to The Adam Carolla Show wherever you listen to podcasts and follow him on twitter at @AdamCarolla. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jim Belushi is a man of many talents, actor, singer, dancer, and now legal cannabis farmer.  He shares how he’s using cannabis to combat the opioid crisis and heal vets suffering from PTSD, how high school football might have led to his brother John Belushi's tragic death, and why he believes that John would be alive today if he’d done more weed and less cocaine.  Jim discusses some of his best films and his two seasons on Saturday Night Live, how a man known as the "Smell of SNL" is helping him run Belushi Farms, and how he and Dan Aykroyd created a new strain of weed worthy of name Blues Brothers.  Plus the biggest mistake he made as an upstart farmer, the musical tastes of cannabis plants, and his adventure into the mountains of Colombia in search of something called Santa Marta Gold. Jim Belushi's new series Growing Belushi premieres on Discovery Wednesday, August 19 at 10 PM ET/PT.  Visit www.belushifarms.com to learn more about what he’s up to these days, and follow him on twitter at @Jim Belushi. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
CNN chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin talks about his new book True Crimes and Misdemeanors: The Investigation of Donald Trump.  He discusses why this was the hardest book he’s ever written, and how he managed to gain access to a number Robert Mueller’s lead investigators (including a few of those so-called "angry Democrats").  He reveals why Mueller declined to subpoena Donald Trump, why he never attempted to get ahold of Trump’s financial records, and why he ultimately stopped just short of saying that the President had committed a crime in his written report. He describes Mueller and Trump as not a story old vs. new rather than good vs. evil, and he explains how Mueller’s integrity and restraint may have been his greatest weakness and how Trump’s all-star team of lawyers managed to outfox the investigation by dominating the narrative in the media.  Plus Jeff gives a damning assessment of Bill Barr’s conduct as Attorney General, questions whether Trump will be out of legal jeopardy once he’s out of the White House, and speculates on what might happen if a Supreme Court vacancy opens up between election day and the inauguration. Order Jeffrey Toobin's book True Crimes and Misdemeanors: The Investigation of Donald Trump on Amazon, Audible, or wherever books are sold.  You can find Jeffrey’s frequent legal analysis on CNN and The New Yorker, and follow him on twitter at @JeffreyToobin. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Comments (82)

Jldubz

look up how the 3 yr Russia gate was a hoax lol by in fact the "deep state" aka the FBI .. keep calm and muller on!

May 26th
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Nathan Fox

great podcast. Never gets boring

Feb 27th
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Klintorious

The podcast is infected with a terminal case of TDS

Feb 3rd
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YESH

So narcissistic!

Oct 12th
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YESH

Such a wonderful episode! Rushdie makes a light hearted yet interesting conversationalist.

Oct 12th
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Jarfruit

awesome

Oct 8th
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Chris A

this guy is a jerk

Sep 7th
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cassandra cochran

yikes

Aug 11th
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Thomas Zarod

Wolff is stammering like a child caught in a lie.

Jun 11th
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Lemaire Jean-Louis

ĺl

May 11th
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Dan Thornhill

McCain was a man of the people. Not! He was not the man he was touted to be. His Dad was an Admiral in the Navy. I have read he wasn't that great of a pilot. He crashed planes and had a hand in some of his fellow crew members dying.

May 3rd
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Jarfruit

Would you believe that this guy (Ben Mathis) runs a film production company that specializes in GOP campaign advertisements? That surprised me. Jack Mcgoff is barking at the wrong guy... I like the pod. And the weird music. Thx

Apr 27th
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jack mchogoff

please let Stacy Abrahams run for president! that racist ghetto lady is a gift to the Republican party.

Mar 30th
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jack mchogoff

still listening to this podcast for news...... I don't think this guy know the true definition of new vs opinion journalism? this week he brings on a comedian to give (news).

Mar 17th
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jack mchogoff

ok, his interview has disproven the existence of ghosts. this is not news, total bullshit opinion......

Mar 10th
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jack mchogoff

total bullshit podcast. this is not news, liberalism is a mental disorder.

Mar 10th
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jack mchogoff

keyword. IMPACT INVESTING..... this is the stupidest woman I've ever heard, I'm guessing she's a renter in a very overpriced apartment in San Francisco?

Mar 10th
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jack mchogoff

the coast foundation..... WTF

Mar 10th
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jack mchogoff

where do you find these dipshit people to interview?

Mar 10th
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jack mchogoff

total fake news. did you actually mention Michelle Obamas book. WTF......

Mar 10th
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