The David Ross Show is a free audio and video podcast featuring guests and discussions of current events, cultural trends, politics, and social issues. Pragmatism over ideology, and practicality over identity. Irreverence over all. With in-depth conversation, educational interviews, and entertaining discussions, this show has something for everyone. Find out more at www.TheDavidRossShow.com
To some, a man dragged to his death behind a truck equals justice. To others, it's a sad example of human cruelty. To us, it's a sign of the times, and a possible light on where our society is headed as civility and the rule of law seem to be taking a nose dive.
Black Elvis Matters
In 1992 a black man went down to Memphis, TN and took 2nd place in the Elvis Impersonator World Championships. He came in 2nd again in 1997. When it happened a third time in 1999, some said he'd never actually win. After all, it was the heart of the deep south, in the city where Martin Luther King was assassinated, against a hundred other white Elvises. Still, he persisted. In 2003, Robert Washington became the only black man ever to win the Images of the King World Championships.
America's Most Famous Anarchist
We interview America's most famous anarchist turned communist, Jeff Monson. We talk about being a World Champion mixed martial arts fighter, defecting to Russia, serving jail time, socialism, communism, and his thoughts on Antifa and Trump.
F*ck The Police? They Already Are F*cked
No need to shout, "F*ck the Police!" The police are already f*cked. In the midst of the strongest anti-police protests in our nation's history, Dale The Cop peels back some of the layers of the cop world that you have never heard about and might not even believe.
CoronaCast 4: Court Blocks Committed Couple
Washington's only man banned from seeing his girlfriend during the Coronavirus Lockdown discusses the divisiveness of the pandemic with Dr. Jason Syrek.
CoronaCast 3: Rent Strike
We discuss coronavirus, housing, economic hardship, and public policy with Washington legislator, Rep. Andrew Barkis.