This week the podcasters look at the passing of DMX and his music legacy, the passing of Prince Phillip, the controversy over transgender athletes, and how royalties and publishing rights have changed the music industry.
This week the guys talk about classic TV shows as well as current events involving Matt Gaetz, the Biden infrastructure plan, the MLB all-star game boycott of Georgia, the death of G. Gordon Liddy, and how to kill a man with a pencil. (Ooops!)
This week the MPU gang looks at Donald Trump’s return to the public eye, the sad uptick in mass shootings, Republican attempts at voter suppression, and what it all portends for the 2020s and beyond.
The MPU gang celebrates their 300th episode with some memories from the past, then looks at the issues of the week, including violence against Asian Americans, the influx of unaccompanied minors at the border, staffers fired from the White House for smoking weed in their past, and the Snyder cut of Justice League.
This week’s podcast covers the Dr. Seuss kerfuffle, whether Andrew Cuomo should resign or not, mask burning rallies in Idaho, the hosts’ stories of trying to get their Covid vaccines, and what Walter Cronkite might be like if he was broadcasting the news today.
This week the gang is joined by comedian Larry Nichols (aka Larry XL) to discuss Black History Month. Also covered: the big freeze that hit Texas and other states, the politics of energy, the passing of Rush Limbaugh, and ex-President Trump’s return to the public spotlight.
This week’s podcast looks ahead to the senate impeachment trial of Donald Trump, a discussion of who should be in line to get the coronavirus vaccine next, some joy over Lou Dobbs being dumped by Fox Business News, and the best and worst ways to find out you’ve been fired.
This week’s podcast looks at Rep. Margorie Taylor Greene, the Myanmar coup and what it means for the USA, the death battle between Reddit and hedge funds, and the one issue that seems to create true partisanship across the political spectrum.
This week the gang is joined by Sirius XM radio host Shaun Proulx as they look at the Biden inaugural, Amanda Gorman, the kickoff of the new administration, whether or not the senate filibuster should be abolished, and their personal experiences with the gun culture in America.
Joined by a Gen Z public policy student at American University in D.C., the gang looks at the final days of the Trump Administration and what to expect from the coming senate impeachment trial and Biden’s first hundred days.