Jesse and Brittany discuss their move (hopefully the last one for a while), listener emails and voicemails related to colonoscopies and caring for the unhoused, an art gallery owner who turned a hose on an unhoused woman in San Francisco, the death of Keenan Anderson at the hands of police in Los Angeles and the record number of police killings in the year 2022, the saga of George Santos as he begins his time as an elected Congressman, President Joe Biden’s classified document problem and how it differs from that of Donald Trump’s, A$$hole of Today feat. ID Rep. Jack Nelsen.
Jesse and Brittany discuss their various healthcare experiences this week, including the bivalent booster and Jesse’s endoscopy and colonoscopy, a listener voicemail challenging Jordan Peterson to a fight, New York’s state of emergency over polio, Alex Jones’ return to court, the police killing for Christian Glass in Colorado, Senator Lindsey Graham’s national abortion ban announcement and subsequent Republican in-fighting, Republican candidates’ attempts to lie about their previous stances on abortions to get elected, Democrats’ risky move to fund campaigns of less appealing Republican opponents to win elections, the Democrats moving to use stronger language when talking about Republicans, and the DOJ’s 40 subpoenas and conspiracies surrounding Donald Trump’s visit to Washington DC this week.
Jesse and Brittany discuss their recent trip to the Holocaust Museum in DC, the recent Arkansas police video and the importance of recording the police, Ron DeSantis’ new political ad and his workshopping of his line on Florida and woke ideology, the conservative backlash in Meridian, Idaho at a library board meeting, Kari Lake’s BDE comments, a South Carolina GOP Rep.’s regrets about his role in anti-abortion legislation given the consequences and A$$hole of Today featuring Dan Price’s alleged abuse of women and Gavin Newsom’s vetoing of a bill in California that would have implemented supervised injection sites to fight the overdose crisis.
Jesse and Brittany discuss the one-year anniversary of Popeye’s death, listener emails and voicemails on changing their minds and also struggling to find hope in hopelessness, the mass shooting in Highland Park, IL on Independence Day including possible policy solutions that could have prevented the shooter from obtaining his guns, the police killing of Jayland Walker in Akron, Ohio, Liz Cheney’s interview with Jonathan Karl, and A$$hole of Today featuring Joe Rogan.
Jesse and Brittany welcome Robert P. Jones on to discuss his new book, “White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity.” In this conversation, they discuss Robert P. Jones’ personal experience growing up in the Southern Baptist denomination, the history of white supremacy in American Christianity, the current implications and existing problems with white supremacy in Christianity, and where to go from here.
Jesse and Brittany discuss dog owner etiquette failures, a listener email related to the importance of continuing to criticize Democrats, the latest on the end of in-person congressional briefings on election security, Trump’s autocratic impulses and the moral imperative to vote, and the White House treat on Washington Post reported David Fahrenthold.
Jesse and Brittany discuss their remote setup and plans for recording going forward, domestic travel experiences in the midst of the pandemic, listener emails and voicemails related to Sam Harris and #DefundThePolice, Donald Trump’s “white power” retweet, recent reporting regarding Russian bounties on United States troops, Donald Trump’s interview with Sean Hannity, Alex Azar’s appearance on Meet the Press, and A$$hole of Today featuring Matt Walsh.