"Comedian" Dave Smith joins Michael once again this week for a discussion on his recent and overwhelmingly positive attendance of PorcFest, the inevitable apology tour that will occur if Michael or Dave gain control of the LP Twitter account, the trope going around that Dave is a cancer on the party, whether or not he will make the LP an inhospitable environment for some people, why it's more valuable to stick to your principles than to popular opinions, a professor who went viral for claiming that Stalin was a good listener, Dave's recent conversation with founder of the Libertarian Party Mises Caucus, Michael Heise, wokeism's incredible infection rate and how the LP is about to be de-wokified, Michael's preference for a particular brand of sadism, plus an important lesson about hubris, a quote from RuPaul, and so much more!
Does Michael Malice need an introduction at this point? If you don't know who he is or what he's about, you need to catch up on the internet. He joined us to talk about his new book, The Anarchist Handbook, and we had a great back-and-forth. As usual, he and Jason are distinctly different flavors, but they're more peanut butter and jelly than oil and water. They both love the banter, and we know you guys will too.
Original MTV VJ, announcer, and cohost of the No Agenda podcast, Adam Curry joins Michael this week for a discussion on Michael's pending move to Austin, what Americans get wrong most about their own country, the blue-pilled deflection of labeling something a conspiracy theory by default, the crucial importance of having a discussion about man-made viruses, how to explain the pervasive influence of the CIA to a blue-pilled person, the depths to which the corporate media sank during the Clinton administration, plus Adam's quintessential story about meeting Prince, and so much more!
American journalist, digital strategist at The Insurrection, and the founding editor of Gawker, Elizabeth Spiers joins Michael this week for a discussion on the politicization of America and whether or not it's a good thing, a plethora of factors that would contribute to someone becoming a voter for Trump, how the many phases of Gawker could be directly linked to the editor in chief at the time, Elizabeth's time running The Observer under Jared Kushner, how to deal with a clash of values as an editor, general misconceptions about the point of journalism and what people should understand about the field, plus what may have led Donald Trump to become such a prolific salesman, and so much more!