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Unlike Trump’s Hair, Climate Change is Real

Unlike Trump’s Hair, Climate Change is Real

Kathy Griffin needs to apologize for apologizing. Donald Trump said he was pulling out of the Paris Climate accords because “the treaty is bad for the economy.” Know what else is bad for the economy? The polar ice caps melting, you brain dead Homunculus. Today we talk Trump, the mortal threat to our planet, with […]

Jonathan Allen (Full Interview)

Jonathan Allen (Full Interview)

Jonathan Allen is the author of “Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign.” Listen to entire episode here:

Professor Corey Brettschneider Talks Impeachment

Professor Corey Brettschneider Talks Impeachment

Constitutional Scholar Corey Brettschneider talks to us about what Donald Trump’s impeachment would take, and why cynicism might be America’s worst enemy. Professor Brettschneider is author of “When The State Speaks.” On today’s show he tells David, The Republican Party has a long tradition of caring about the Constitution. It’s not too long ago that […]

Comics Jake Johannsen & Jackie Kashian

Comics Jake Johannsen & Jackie Kashian

Jonathan Allen author of “Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign.” And Professor Corey Brettschneider author of “When The State Speaks.” On today’s show comedy legend Jake Johannsen. Jake has appeared on David Letterman 66 times. His podcast is called Jake This, and he’s at Hilarities in Cleveland June 15th through the 18th and the Pittsburgh […]

Greg Fitzsimmons (Full Interview)

Greg Fitzsimmons (Full Interview)

Greg is an Emmy award winning comedy writer, he’s currently writing on HBO’s Crashing, and hosts Fitzdog, one of the best podcasts out there. Listen to entire episode here:

Comics Greg Fitzsimmons & Joe DeVito

Comics Greg Fitzsimmons & Joe DeVito

David talks to Greg Fitzsimmons about bringing your kids to see you do stand-up, Howard Stern, Greg’s father and having male friends. David talks to Dave Juskow about his live productions of the Godfather, Mel Brooks’ and Carl Reiner’s shockingly horrible taste in Chinese food and living single in Manhattan. Then comedian Joe DeVito joins […]

Fred Stoller Remembers His 1989 HBO’s Young Comedians Special

Fred Stoller Remembers His 1989 HBO’s Young Comedians Special

Comic Fred Stoller talks about his new Kindle Single about his appearance on the 1989 HBO’s Young Comedians Special. Listen to entire episode here:

Mark Normand & Fred Stoller

Mark Normand & Fred Stoller

Mark Normand’s Comedy Central special Don’t Be Yourself debuts this week. He talks about suffering brain freeze on last week’s Tonight Show, his insatiable need to be loved, the idiocy of dancing, and why women are attracted to men who have a lot of sex. Fred Stoller discusses his new Kindle Single, “Five Minutes to […]

Dr. Jennifer Verdolin Author of “Raised by Animals”

Dr. Jennifer Verdolin Author of “Raised by Animals”

Animal Behaviorist Dr. Jennifer Verdolin is author of “Raised By Animals.” Listen to entire episode here:

Graham Elwood Talks About His Film Ear Buds The Podcasting Documentary

Graham Elwood Talks About His Film Ear Buds The Podcasting Documentary

Comic Graham Elwood talks about his new documentary Ear Buds: The Podcasting Documentary. Listen to entire episode here:

Journalist David Dayen On Sinclair Broadcasting’s Conservative Agenda

Journalist David Dayen On Sinclair Broadcasting’s Conservative Agenda

Journalist David Dayen talks about Sinclair Broadcasting’s conservative agenda. Sinclair is about to get bigger as it buys Tribune. What does that mean for critical thinking in America? David Dayen writes for The Nation & The Intercept. He is also the author of Chain of Title: How Three Ordinary Americans Uncovered Wall Street’s Great Foreclosure […]

Trump Leaks Like His Russian Hookers

Trump Leaks Like His Russian Hookers

Donald Trump leaks classified information to the Russians. Howie Klein from Down with Tyranny fills us in. How corrupt is Congress? On Monday, Politico released the results of its three-month study of senators and house members who continue to play the stock market, trading on what some might call inside information despite passage of a […]