Politics minus bile plus jokes. Comedian and avowed independent Andrew Heaton examines current events with his deranged friends, then slops humor on top.
Viagra, the Musical - Friday Release Valve
Andrea Jones-Rooy and Kevin Seefried return to the program to discuss the week's underserved headlines, including: Spike Lee's next big film, a giant raccoon on the loose, Donkey Kong defamation lawsuits, and the Irish government.
You can watch this episode on YouTube at: https://youtu.be/o9A_G8LpIPc
Machiavelli vs. John Stuart Mill
Niccolò Machiavelli and John Stuart Mill are two deeply impactful political thinkers on modern civilization. The former is the patron saint of ruthless realpolitik; the latter the godfather of classical liberalism.
Classicist and lauded madman Brian Wilson rejoins the program to compare the two political philosophers and draw lessons for modern society.
Literal Underwater Ponzi Schemes (Friday Release Valve)
Andrew Young and Nick Sperdute join the show to discuss the week's most under reported headlines: underwater scooter chases, the time a school of herring almost started a war with Russia, and Canadian pizza indulgences.
The Election Wasn't Rigged
Let's investigate Trump's voter fraud allegations and his ensuing courtroom battles to flip swing states. Plus the danger to democracy imposed by the president undermining it, and the many points in American history when rule of law could have gone off the rails.
Protect Your Bank from Racoons (Friday Release Valve)
(Not Safe for Kids) Yvette d’Entremont and Alice Vaughn are the hosts of "Two Girls One Mic," a podcast that reviews the plots of porn films. They join Heaton to sort out the week's underserved headlines, including stuff about Godzilla, gay penguins, and naked sushi.
You can find Two Girls One Mic at: https://www.twogirlsonemic.com/
Jen Briney Thinks Congress is Tricking You
Jen Briney is host of "Congressional Dish," a podcast that deep dives Congress, its legislation, and its shenanigans. She comes on to discuss what the election means for the next few months, and the gambits lawmakers employ to push their agendas through without actually having to publicly debate them.
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Thought Provoking and entertaining except...
Been following Andrew for a little over a year now. The political orphanage is an exploration of some really interesting concepts with humor and fairness. However, the contempt for Trump seems almost personal. But hey, more than half the country feels that way.
Episode - The Election Wasn't Rigged
Every American should listen to this episode. This was one of those Edward R. Murrow moments where someone stands-up and tells it like it is. This was well-researched and well-spoken. Thank you, Andrew Heaton, for this.
A good and funny dude
In a world of outrageous hottakes sometimes it may be of benefit to listen to the humourous musings of a reasonably sane man.