This episode covers the tightening midterm polls and what they portend for Democrats in November and beyond, Kanye’s weird White House visit, Taylor Swift’s entry into politics, the Fox News obsession with Maxine Waters and “angry mobs,” and the potentially dangerous effect of Alec Baldwin’s SNL Trump impression on the electorate. Plus Kevin reveals the secret reason he missed last week’s show.
This week’s episode of the MPU podcast looks at the possible fallout of the Kavanaugh appointment to the Supreme Court. We also discuss Trump’s foreign policy plan (or lack of one) and finally we talk about the best way to protest that won’t offend your conservative friends and family.
This episode of the MPU podcast looks at the dual testimonies of Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Prof. Christine Blasey Ford, where things go from here, and cool Go Fund Me ideas for our political times. Brought to you by Blinkist.com – the app that makes reading easy. Use promo code blinkist.com/union to start your free seven day trial.
This week the gang speaks to Naseem Makiya, CEO of OutVote.com, a new app designed to help people get their friends and contacts out to vote in the midterms. Then the conversation turns to the latest Rod Rosenstein controversy, the new accuser in the Brett Kavanaugh saga, and new suggestions for Ben & Jerry’s politically themed flavors.
This week the gang is joined by former Atlanta radio personality Jimmy Baron (99x), as they discuss at Paul Manafort’s felonious flip, Brett Kavanaugh’s high school harassment allegations, Nikki Haley’s costly curtains controversy, and GOP mega-donors who are walking away fro the Republican party.
This episode covers how the Anonymous op-ed is being used by the media, how the #TFA hashtag is used by the White House staff, how Trump campaign aid George Papadopoulos was used by the Russians, how SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh was used by Cory Booker and Kamala Harris, how President Obama is is being used by Democrats and Republicans, and how Serena Williams is being used by the #MeToo movement.
And here’s the link to hear Part 2 of Kevin’s interview about his years writing for “Saturday Night Live.”
This week the gang debates the impact of the Justice Department’s 60 day rule on the midterms and the Mueller investigation, the Florida governor’s race, Colin Kaepernick’s new Nike deal, the fallout from Louis CK’s surprise comeback performance, the push to rename the Senate Office Building after John McCain, and which historic senators are also worthy of having a DC building named after them.
This episode of the MPU podcast looks at the legacy of John McCain, the latest legal developments threatening to sink the Trump presidency, the true story of Donald the Flipper, and how the DNC has changed its superdelegate rules to help win back the hearts and souls of progressive Democrats.
This MPU episode looks at the demise of Trump’s military parade, Rudy Giuliani’s “truth is not truth” gaffe, Trump’s security clearance disappearing act, Omarosa’s ongoing tale of the tapes, the dust-up over whether Russia hacked into Florida’s election system, and Stormy Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti’s lapdance toward 2020.
This week the guys look at the recent primary results, the innate racism of the ‘Unite The Right’ marches, the prospects for seeing Robert Mueller subpoena Trump to testify, and the further adventures of Trump’s beloved Space Force.
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