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“YOUR WELCOME” with Michael Malice #191: Count Dankula

Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) is joined by YouTube sensation, and political activist, Count Dankula to talk about the current state of Scotland, political sensitivity, and Dankula’s recent run-ins with the law. The two also talk about vaccination policies and how they differ between countries (or do they?).

“YOUR WELCOME” with Michael Malice #190: Cody Wilson

Michael Malice invites gun-rights activist, and founder of Defense Distributed Cody Wilson onto the show to chat about open-source gun designs, the second amendment, and how Cody is fighting the war against the suppression of legal gun ownership. They also discuss how some political administrations are inherently hypocritical when it comes to legislation, regulation, and fundamental beliefs.

Matt Lewis and the News

Michael Malice, bestselling celebrity ghostwriter, and author of 'Dear Reader,' 'The New Right,' and 'The Anarchist Handbook,' talks about anarchism and why Donald Trump isn't a good vessel for Trumpism.

“YOUR WELCOME” with Michael Malice #189: Dave Smith

Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) is joined by "comedian," and podcast host, Dave Smith, to talk about internet debates, Dave’s thoughts on immigration, and the battles within the Libertarian Party. Dave and Michael also talk about President Trump’s reaction to January 6th and how the abandonment of his supporters starkly contradicted his own public thoughts of party loyalty.

The Glenn Beck Program

Author and podcaster Michael Malice joins Glenn to discuss Glenn’s painting, media manipulation, and President Trump.

The Tom Woods Show #2038

Michael Malice and Tom discuss their interesting experiences publishing books (via both traditional publishers and self-publishing) and what they've learned -- and what you should know -- about it.

“YOUR WELCOME” with Michael Malice #188: Dave Landau

Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) invites comedian and co-host of Louder with Crowder, Dave Landau, to discuss the effect that the “woke movement” has had on comedy. Is the essence of comedy under attack by censorship, the woke movement, and politics? They also both chat about how certain “outrageous” celebrities in the past like Howard Stern have completely changed their character whether in fear of retaliation or to pander to the powers that be.
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