Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) invites author, podcaster, and political commentator, Konstantin Kisin, onto the show to talk about how conservativism can mean something far different overseas, why authority is so ingrained in early education, and what can happen when both political parties lack a shared consensus amongst their constituents. Michael and Konstantin also debate the idea of “excellence”, and if every person is capable of it in some capacity.
Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) invites writer and political activist, Jack Posobiec, onto the show to talk about how The Right needs to develop new strategies in their battle against The Left, why corporate media is very similar to a poorly run criminal organization, and what it’s like to have dinner with Donald. We also get Jack’s thoughts on the 2024 election, and the one thing you’re guaranteed to hear during the Republican presidential debates.
Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) welcomes the creator behind the famous Lex Fridman cake, hyperrealism artist and cake sculptor, Natalie Sideserf, onto the show to talk about starting her career, the difference between realism and hyperrealism, and why it’s important to have a support system that gives you real, productive feedback. Natalie also gives us the real story behind her severed head wedding cake.
Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) welcomes onto the show the “Eternally Sarcastic Memesmith,” Carpe Donktum, to talk about his Twitter resurrection, what it’s like to be doxxed, and how the band Smash Mouth has a surprisingly open sense of humor. Michael and Donktum also discuss how “one bad day” can completely ruin a political career.
Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) invites comedian, podcast host, and guest favorite, Dave Smith, onto the show to discuss the reality of a “National Divorce,” why Trump winning in 2016 was such a blow to perceived “Progressivism,” and how the term “invasion” means something very different when thought domestically.
Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) is joined by Arizona gubernatorial candidate, Kari Lake, to discuss hew lawsuit regarding the 2022 Arizona election, the surprising powers that be in Maricopa County, and the odd voting day issues that seemed to only happen in highly Republican areas. Kari also shares how she dealt with attacks throughout her campaign, and her strategic advice to young Americans who may be defending themselves against the Left.