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.
Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) is joined by political activist and educator Maj Toure, to chat about Maj’s non-profit organization Black Guns Matter and how the organization is educating high crime rate communities on responsible gun ownership. Michael and Maj also discuss their thoughts on the Kyle Rittenhouse case, consumerism, and how the 2nd amendment can be better utilized to empower all cities.
Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) invites comic book writer, and Babylon Bee creative director, Ethan Nicolle on to discuss his newly released book Chesterton’s Gateway. How has GK Chesterton remained a relevant author after all this time? What is the true meaning behind Chesterton’s Fence? Who was the greatest Nintendo player in the Nicolle household? It’s all here in this latest episode of "YOUR WELCOME".
Michael Malice sits down with legendary political commentator, radio host, and television producer Glenn Beck, to discuss the current state of the Republican party. How can the fractions within the party be mended? Who is the ideal candidate for 2024? All is discussed in this insightful interview with one of the most famous political radio hosts of our time.
Michael Malice invites comedian, political commentator, and host of “Part of the Problem,” Dave Smith, to talk about the current state of the Libertarian party, and why the result of anarchy is not what many may think. They also chat about how politicians often (and ironically) implement their worst-case scenarios into legislation. Did we mention that Dave shares a childhood story about debating his sixth-grade teacher on the concept of Marxism? This is an episode full of laughs. Do yourself a favor, give it a listen.
It's Loki and Apollo as the host of the Modern Wisdom podcast Chris Williamson joins Michael again this week. Chris gives us an insight into his experience with reality television and “playing the role” that was created for him. These two also talk about the potential disconnect that many people feel between who they are and what they do. What would you rather be known for who you are, or what you do? Michael and Chris talk this, and so much more in this week’s episode. Check it out!
Mark Hemingway's new book “Rigged” covers the many tools put in place to secure the Democrats' preferred results in the 2020 presidential election. Were some the most egregious tactics illegal and hidden behind the scenes, or were these maneuvers legal and done right in front of the public eye? Join the two as they discuss what happened, and what can be done in the future to restore a balance to the voting process and election results.
Michael is joined by well-known defense attorney Robert Barnes, to discuss the current Kyle Rittenhouse case. Michael and Robert debate the differing sides that one can argue when reviewing the evidence of the case, along with the political ramifications leading up to the trial. What will the civil liberty fallout be after the verdict?
This week is a returning favorite - author, cultural critic & mathemagician James Lindsay. Tune in to hear why Michael finds the author of books such as "How to have Impossible Conversations: A Practical Guide," to be the perfect guest for this show, and just wtf is going with critical race theory and public schools.