Unfiltered - Unmuzzled, in your face conversations about reining in the federal government.
This podcast talks about the federal government, politics, and the constitution with a bit of humor, knowledge, and a lot of opinions.
Join Jim and Dan as they arm you with the knowledge to reunite us in liberty!
E30 - Let's Talk Abort Abortion
Leaks of the Supreme Court's draft decision sent shockwaves across the nation, signaling the potential overturn of Roe v. Wade. The draft, which has not yet been released to the public, has reignited the debate over a woman’s right to choose. With the constitutional rights and women’s reproductive rights on both sides of the argument, it is evident that this is a pivotal moment in the abortion debate in America.
In today’s episode, Jim and Dan talk about the leaked Supreme Court draft ruling on abortion. They will discuss how this draft decision has sparked protests and potential violence. They will also feature commentary from media, government officials, and the general public on the abortion issue.
E29 - Standing with Ukraine: Guest Nathan Bryson
Ukraine and Russia have been at war for several years now. Despite international pressure, neither side seems willing to back down. Death toll has continued to rise, as well as the number of people who have become refugees. As the world watches, it is important to remember that people are suffering on the ground. With no end in sight, wives continue to lose their husbands, children are separated from their parents, and more people suffer the consequences of the war.
In today's episode, Jim and Dan are joined by Nathan Bryson, a former active-duty United States Marine. Nathan will talk about his journey to Ukraine, what the real picture of the situation there is, and several other stories he had along the way.
E28 - The Real Story Behind Fallen Officer Joshua T. Miktarian
Police officers are the first line of defense against criminals and violence in society. They put their lives on the line every day, and often pay the ultimate sacrifice. Some call them heroes. We call them our friends, our family, and our neighbors. They are the men and women who put on the badge and risk everything to serve and protect their communities.
In today's society, police officers are constantly under scrutiny. They are oftentimes accused of using excessive force, racism, and corruption. While one bad apple can ruin an entire bunch, the vast majority are honorable and hardworking people who are trying to make a difference.
In today’s episode, Jim and Dan are joined by Holly Miktarian, wife of fallen officer Joshua T. Miktarian. Holly talks about Josh as the person behind the headline, the story behind what happened on the fateful day of July 13, 2008 that the media didn’t talk about, and how she keeps Josh's legacy alive.
E27 - The Current State of Politics in America Today
The Florida House Bill 1557, popularly known as the "Don't Say Gay" bill, continues to stir controversy. The bill has been criticized by advocates of the LGBTQ community as discriminatory, while others believe that this gives parents the right to know what their children are being taught in school and that it would help protect their children from being exposed to gender ideology at a young age.
As the "Don't Say Gay" bill has brought to light many questions about free speech and LGBTQ+ rights, is the bill oppressing gender expression or does it give parents the basic right to raise their children?
In today’s episode, Jim and Dan talk about how the mask mandates are still a topic of great interest, what Jen Psaki has to say about Florida's Parental Rights in Education Bill, and why Elon Musk no longer owns the largest stake in Twitter.
E26 - The Importance of Voting in the Primaries
Despite all the attention focused on the general election, the primary election is really what matters. Primaries are a better representation of voter sentiment and what issues people really care about. This is democracy in action, every vote counts and the people have a say in who represents them. This is why it's so important for people to vote in the primaries - because that's when the real decisions are made.
In today’s episode, Jonah Schulz, a 26-year-old Republican candidate for Ohio's 7th Congressional District, joins Jim and Dan for the second time. They will talk about the upcoming primary election and the qualities to look for in a candidate, what it takes to be a public servant, and why voting in the primary election is what really matters.
E25 - The Anti-Grooming Bill
Grooming has lately become a buzzword as Governor Ron DeSantis signed the historic bill to protect parental rights in education. The House Bill 1557, also known as Parental Rights in Education, is dubbed by critics the “Don’t Say Gay” bill and by proponents as an “Anti-grooming” bill. The legislation, which reinforces parents’ fundamental rights to make decisions regarding the upbringing of their children, has drawn national criticism especially among LGBTQ+ organizations.
With so much controversy over how early gender ideology should be taught to children, are Kindergartners and Third Graders ready to cope with gender identity and sexual orientation, or is it a path that may lead them to confusion?
In today’s episode of the Pod Bless America Podcast, Jim and Dan talk about Florida House Bill 1557 - Parental Rights in Education, how schools are shaping kids' minds with gender ideologies, and how Disney's current leadership is killing the magic.
Content-rich and Great Variety
I’m not a fan of political shows but Jim and Dan bring some much more than politics to the table in this show. With their knowledge and application of The Constitution, they intertwine current events, different perspectives from guests and politics in to something both Constitutionally educational and fun. 5 stars!
Love these two….real talk about real $hit…no sugar coating….I’m hooked!!!!
Nice blend of facts and fun
Jim and Dan are a good team that offers a great blend of facts and fun.