Founder and CEO of Yuk Yuk’s Comedy Chain Mark Breslin, and Comedian Kevin Bartini.
Time Code: Mark Breslin (0:49) Kevin Bartini (36:44) Rogowsky and Scheft (1:18:15)
HQ Trivia’s Scott Rogowsky is now host of DAZN’s baseball show “ChangeUp.”
Bill Scheft is an American comedy writer and novelist. He is best known for being a staff writer for David Letterman from 1991-2015, during which time he was nominated for 15 Emmy awards. He ran a weekly humor column “The Show” in Sports Illustrated from 2002 to 2005. A collection of his columns, The Best of “The Show”, was published by Warner Books in 2005.
Professor Treva B. Lindsey, author of “A Concise History of the US Abortion Debate.” Zack Ford, White House correspondent for Think Progress. Helaine Olen, Washington Post columnist and author of “Pound Foolish.” And Comedian Laura House whose new comedy CD is “Mouth Punch.”
Time Code: Professor Treva B. Lindsey (0:41) Zack Ford (41:49) Helaine Olen (1:21:14) Laura House (2:06:09)
Colleen Werthmann, Joe DeVito, Down With Tyranny’s Howie Klein, Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling and Jon Ross.
Time Code: David tackles Disney (1:04) Howie Klein (37:06) Joe DeVito (1:16:27) Andy Kindler & Frank Conniff (2:21:41) Colleen Werthmann & Frank Conniff (3:02:16) Jon Ross (4:21:22) Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling (4:36:51)
Think Progress’s Zack Ford. Comedy Writer Jim Earl. Comedian Kevin Bartini. Mikey Weinstein, president of Military Religious Freedom Foundation.
Mikey Weinstein is a former White House counsel for Ronald Reagan who is now taking on Dominionist Christians in our military. Pence and Trump are secretly turning The Pentagon into soldiers for Christ. Some generals believe evangelical soldiers aren’t Christian enough.
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