Intimidated by the gym? Don't know what to do? The internet's favorite program is Starting Strength, and we have coach Michael Wolf here to discuss how to implement the system that will get you motivated and why it works better than the things you will read in Men's Health.
As a prelude to his forthcoming book on "The New Right," Michael sits down for a conversation with the always controversial Faith Goldy. They talk about Faith's run for Mayor of Toronto, her work during Charlottesville, and her increasing bans on social media. Are you curious about Faith's position on the plastic bag scene in American Beauty? Yay or nein? If so, this is the episode for you.
This week, Michael sits down for a discussion with Brandon Straka, founder of the #Walkaway campaign. They talk about what it's like to be "off the plantation," what it's like being a conservative in contemporary America, and about Brandon's journey from left to right (and also the journey he's about to embark on via train).
Michael sits down with (INTERNATIONAL FILM AND TELEVISION STAR) Nick Searcy. They talk about Nick's career, the industry, being a conservative in Hollywood, and a surprising amount of wrestling. On top of all of this, it seems that Michael may have discovered another individual that enjoys Twitter trolling as much as he does. Maybe.
Everyone get woke, and prepare for the Oppression Olympics. Today's guest is the Implementer of Intersectionality, the Eliminator of Entitlement, and the Ward of Woke-ness: Titania McGrath (a.k.a Andrew Doyle). Michael talks to Andrew about his recent, and reluctant, 'outing' as the voice behind Titania, about comedic influences, and about the role that satire has played throughout the course of history. Listen, like, subscribe but please don't comment with any hate speech, slurs, dog whistles, pepe memes, gendered language, capital letters, or cultural appropriation, as this may be triggering.
LET'S GET READY TO RUMBLLLLEEEEEE! Michael sits down with lawyer and publisher of Human Events, Will Chamberlain to discuss their shared goals, their different approaches to reaching those goals, and whether or not there is an effective way to regulate social media (or anything). Have you forgotten what two people disagreeing amicably sounds like? Then this is the episode for you.
Michael sits down with freelance journalist, bulwark of internet freedom and occasional purveyor of lulz: Nick Monroe. He and Nick discuss the state of free speech on the internet and in the press. They also theorize about the New Zealand Government's approach to the Christchurch shooting fallout, and what potential strategies one could take towards a freer, more productive internet.
This week Michael sits down with lawyer, journalist, First Amendment expert and Gavin McInnes' attorney Ron Coleman. They discuss Ron's work, the limits and consequences of free speech, Ron's ongoing thoughts about the McInnes trial, and, of course, the Southern Poverty Law Center. Will we make their next list!?
This week, Michael is joined by a pair of people who absolutely understand the intricacies of comic timing: Red Eye Alumni and co-hosts of Mornin'!!! Bill Schulz and Joanne Nosuchinsky! Michael, Bill & Joanne reminisce/lament the past, speculate on/lament the future, and discuss how to be weird and funny.