Plus Ethel & Julius Rosenberg’s youngest son joins us with new evidence that suggests his mother was wrongly convicted and executed. Robert Meeropol (born Robert Rosenberg in 1947) is the younger son of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg. Meeropol was born in New York City. His father Julius was an electrical engineer and a member of the Communist Party. His mother Ethel (née Greenglass), a union organizer, was also active in the Communist Party. In 1953, when Robert was six years old, his parents were convicted and executed for conspiracy to commit espionage, and specifically for passing secrets of the atomic bomb to the Soviet Union. Fred Stoller is an American stand-up comedian, actor, author, writer, and voice artist. He is best known for portraying Gerard on Everybody Loves Raymond. He is also the voice of Stanley in the Open Season franchise, and Rusty the monkey wrench in the Disney Jr’s Handy Manny. His new show on iTunes is The Mild Adventures of Fred Stoller. Become a member of the David Feldman Show.
Kurt Metzger has written for Chappelle’s Show and currently writes for Inside Amy Schumer. He also hosts Race Wars on SiriusXM, and is a nationally known headline comedian whose stand-up act was featured on Comedy Central Presents in 2009, and his hour-long stage act titled “Kurt Metzger Talks to Young People About Sex” was released digitally on Comedy Central Records in 2011. He provides the voice of Randall Skeffington in Comedy Central’s animated series Ugly Americans. FOR PREMIUM CONTENT please go here for an additional 30 minutes of Kurt Metzger.
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Comedian Frank Conniff makes his triumphant return back to the David Feldman Show. Joining them is roundtable newcomer comedian Myka Fox and roundtable stalwart Liam McEneaney. The gang discusses Donald Trump’s presidential bid, why Bernie Sanders would be a lousy landlord, the Democrats dangerous militant side, the documentary “An Open Secret”, Bill Cosby, Quaaludes and, of course, Vince Champ.
Matt Goldich writes for Late Night with Seth Meyers. He has also been a staff writer for the Late Show with David Letterman, the Jeselnik Offensive, Ellen, and VH1’s Best Week Ever. Matt has won two Daytime Emmy Awards. He’s is a stand-up comedian who has appeared on the Late Late Show and Comedy Central’s Premium Blend. David offers up some sage advice on parenting attempting to establish dominance over a comedy writer he’s obviously threatened by. Joining David and Matt is sidekick Liam McEneaney. The conversation touches on Matt’s time working as an NBC page during 9/11, public shaming, punching up (not down) in comedy, to-do lists and the joke writing process.
Insult Comic Jeff Ross stops by to talk about his new Comedy Central special taped inside a Texas prison.