The Animal Farm Radio Show covers important American news you won't hear through mainstream sources. Ron Paul news, the continued corruption of our government, the dissipation of our Constitution, our diminishing rights, and more.
December 7th, 2009
The guys drop a few bombshells when they announce that they'll no longer be doing weekly shows and instead will be doing a Sunday night show. Ben also announces his engagement, and the guys get into government corruption, Coppenhagen, centralization, and the problems with America.
January 5th, 2009
The Animal Farm is back for the new year! We spend the first portion of the show discussing the false left and right paradigms that plague our political system. Then we dive straight into the latest police state news. Tony procedes to hit on one of the female listeners that call in and we name the next victim in the animal farm show deck of cards. Dick Cheney.
November 30th, 2009
The guys are back after a long vacation and they're heated. They get into some show information and how they lost there biggest affiliate due to on air cursing. The guys also cover the latest economic news as well as take a few phone calls.
November 19th, 2009
The fellas go all out in an updated news blitz. They talk about the economy, the police state, foriegn policy, torture policies, the CIA and a whole host of other issues.
November 18th, 2009
The guys have a great show when they go on an all out news blitz covering the latest articles and giving up to date analysis on what is happening in the world today. They cover foriegn policy, raising children, take a few phone calls, and finish up with another classic Animal Farm Power Segment.
November 16th, 2009
Another Monday on the farm, and it starts off rough! The guys have some technical issues in the beginning part of the show, then are able to hop right back in and tackle the latest news and info. The guys talk about vaccines, TV manipulation, and tabloid politics.
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Worth The Time
Finally, a way to look at the world in light of the Constitution rather than voter card affiliation. They present a think-for-yourself approach to the news, sprinkled with humor- albeit, vulgar at times. Tony and Ben are straightforward in their views, which is refreshing given the duplicity of our current political scene.
Mostly juvenile with occasional flashes of brilliance
I loved the idea of examining the "police state" area of politics and gave this podcast a shot at expanding my mind and giving me new ideas to ponder. It did. The hosts, enigmatic and funny also are able to effectively highlight very concerning problems within our society. During the course of the show they hit on some very important themes. Unfortunately those themes, ideas, flashes of brilliance are scattered amongst two hours and forty five minutes of shallow, juvenile attempts at humor. Some hits with the humor I might add (I laughed several times) but ultimately the rarity of their great ideas fall short of keeping my attention amidst the jokes that fall flat.