From “The Jamie Kennedy Experiment” and “Scream,” Comedian and Actor Jamie Kennedy. Then Comic Dave Sirus looks back at this uneventful week in American history, and then we talk bread with one of the world’s leading experts on the history of bread, Professor Eric Pallant.
Are the walls finally closing in on Donald Trump? Constitutional Law Professor Corey Brettschneider walks us through all the options on the table to remove a sitting president.
Corey Brettschneider is author of “The Oath And The Office: A Guide To The Constitution For Future Presidents” which you should order right now.
Comic PHIL HANLEY, and Down With Tyranny’s HOWIE KLEIN.
Ian Bagg talks about his expertise with nitroglycerin and why 9/11 was not an inside job, and why he has no act.
Phil Hanley on joke writing, Vancouver and why he works so damn hard.
Howie Klein on last Tuesday’s primaries, and what’s in store for the GOP come November.
Ian Bagg is at the Philadelphia Punchline August 24-25.
Phil Hanley is at the Sacramento Punchline Labor Day Weekend.
Comics Aaron Berg and Joe DeVito. Down With Tyranny’s Howie Klein and PETA’s Emil Guillermo.
Comics DAVE SIRUS and KEVIN BARTINI look back at the week in Trump. Plus ZACK FORD the LGBTQ editor for Think Progress.
Capital Gazette shooting survivor tells Trump, “I Don’t ‘Give a F*ck About Your Thoughts and Prayers.” Well that’s not civil. What happened to civility? Well, it turns out you can’t be a shill for the NRA and then demand civility from victims of gun violence. You can’t separate Hispanic mothers from their children and then demand “civility” after someone calls you a violent racist. In the Old Confederacy, Southern Gentlemen were all about civility. They were so concerned about being civil they called their war to own slaves “Civil.” Because reasonable men can disagree about raping and whipping slaves but basic human decency demands “civility.” Babies rounded up, Milo says shoot reporters, and Muslims are banned. But Sarah Huckabee Sanders getting denied a plate of pot roast is considered “uncivil.”
The LGBTQ Editor for Think Progress ZACK FORD on why civility is overrated and how Act Up changed America forever. Comic KEVIN BARTINI on why Nazis always seem to find a home in the GOP. Comic DAVE SIRUS on the Russian Investigation, hey remember that? Plus ANNE BROWN from UCLA’s Institute of Transportation Studies on the difficulties people of color confront using Uber and Lyft.