2 hr 41 min

Is Porn A Public Health Crisis? Episode 1013 David Feldman Show

    • Comedy

Dear Lord, I hope so. Arizona lawmakers joined eleven other states and introduced legislation calling pornography an addiction that, "Perpetuates a sexually toxic environment that damages all areas of our society." Is pornography up there with tobacco, alcohol and drugs? We talk with The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans United for Separation of Church and State. Then Dan Pasternack stops by talk about his new special "OCD (Obsessive Comedy Disorder): The 60-Year History of the Comedy Grammy Award." It's a deep dive into the art of comedy, the recording industry and the Grammy award itself have all evolved over six decades. The show features fun stories, lots of clips of the Grammy winning and nominated comedy records throughout the years and conversations with Jim Gaffigan, Sarah Silverman, "Weird Al" Yankovic, D.L. Hughley, Fred Armisen, Kelly Carlin and even archival clips of relevant interviews with Bob Newhart and George Carlin. It airs on the Comedy Greats channel (Sirius XM channel 94.)  Comedian Kevin Bartini looks back at the week in strange.  David takes some time to help Democrats decide what is a crisis, and what is just a distraction that keeps us from being true to our progressive base. Time Code: David warns Democrats 0:15 The Reverend Barry W. Lynn 48:49 Dan Pasternack 1:21:42 Kevin Bartini 2:16:41

Dear Lord, I hope so. Arizona lawmakers joined eleven other states and introduced legislation calling pornography an addiction that, "Perpetuates a sexually toxic environment that damages all areas of our society." Is pornography up there with tobacco, alcohol and drugs? We talk with The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans United for Separation of Church and State. Then Dan Pasternack stops by talk about his new special "OCD (Obsessive Comedy Disorder): The 60-Year History of the Comedy Grammy Award." It's a deep dive into the art of comedy, the recording industry and the Grammy award itself have all evolved over six decades. The show features fun stories, lots of clips of the Grammy winning and nominated comedy records throughout the years and conversations with Jim Gaffigan, Sarah Silverman, "Weird Al" Yankovic, D.L. Hughley, Fred Armisen, Kelly Carlin and even archival clips of relevant interviews with Bob Newhart and George Carlin. It airs on the Comedy Greats channel (Sirius XM channel 94.)  Comedian Kevin Bartini looks back at the week in strange.  David takes some time to help Democrats decide what is a crisis, and what is just a distraction that keeps us from being true to our progressive base. Time Code: David warns Democrats 0:15 The Reverend Barry W. Lynn 48:49 Dan Pasternack 1:21:42 Kevin Bartini 2:16:41

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