Politics minus bile plus jokes. Comedian and avowed independent Andrew Heaton examines current events with his deranged friends, then slops humor on top.
Don Blankenship & The Constitution Party
Don Blankenship is primarily concerned with protectionist trade and immigration policy, and federal spending--as well as fidelity to constitutional principles. He's running as the 2020 Constitution Party presidential candidate, a minor party more typically known for its socially conservative positions.
Howie Hawkins & The Green Party
Howie Hawkins is the 2020 Green Party presidential nominee. He joins the program to talk to Heaton about the Green Party's environmental and economic agenda, non-interventionist foreign policy, and why he thinks running as an outsider is more effective than operating within a major party.
The Lads Behind The Babylon Bee (Friday Release Valve)
Kyle Mann and Ethan Nicolle, the Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director of The Babylon Bee, join Heaton to discuss political satire, why Christians are suddenly funny, and the week's best underserved headlines. Including: kidney drones, censored parrots, and why the planet Venus might lead to our total destruction.
Voter Fraud Is More Troubling Than I Thought
John Fund is National Review's national-affairs editor, and the author of two books on voter fraud. He joins Heaton to discuss its prevalence and potential to effect election outcomes.
Decolonize Your Lawn with Jack and Brian (FRV)
Brian Sack and Jack Helmuth of "Questionable Material with Jack and Brian" triumphantly return to the show to discuss the week's best, underserved headlines including: dinosaur statues, the worst dentist in America, and robot promises to not murder us all!
Why Election Riots Are Guaranteed
Jack Goldstone, an expert in revolutions and why and when they happen, joins the program to talk about the possibility of uprisings or civil unrest in the United States in the wake of the November 3rd election. He discusses what form revolutions would take in America, how likely such a movement is now or in our lifetimes, and why a calm election outcome on November 4th is all but impossible.