Matt and Spike take a dive into the goings on in Portland, filling you in on the latest happenings in the City of Roses. We also discuss the death of John Lewis and Marco Rubio’s odd tribute to him, the next round of debates over stimulus spending has commenced, but not for long.
You wanted it, you got it! Spike has on Chris Taylor Brown, lead vocalist of Trapt, to discuss nationalism vs. libertarianism. He also has guest Dan Smoldt of The System Is Down Podcast to feed us viewer questions and comments
It’s been awhile since we took an entire episode to discuss the doings of the President. So here’s everything, Trump wearing a mask, Trump Commutes Stone’s sentence, Trump and Betsy threatening schools with federal funds, Trump threatening colleges and universities, and finally, Trump on DACA.
Wanting to sweep in on a Sunday morning to discuss why being passively nonracist shouldn't be the standard and navigate through the recently missed story by many, President Trump is looking to embolden DACA.
Kanye West announces he is running for President, #GhislaneMaxwellDidntKillHerself, Scotus has a few more rulings this week, and Florida Governor signs an occupational licensing law that “repeals more occupational licensing laws than any licensing reform ever passed by any other state” according to the Institute of Justice.
The Supreme Court had its first abortion hearing under the Trump court and it ended...not exactly how people were expecting it to end. They also ruled on whether or not a President could fire the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, while narrowly deciding on whether or not the entire department is legal. Joe Biden continues his gaffe-tastic tour, Iran is looking to arrest Trump, and Colin Kaepernick has a tv show.
Spike has had so much fun campaigning the past couple weeks since his last episode of MFA, that he'd like to update you on the Jorgensen/Cohen campaign, take some of your calls, answer some of your comments, and hang out for a bit.