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The Jason Banicki Experience
26 minutes | Apr 6, 2017
Ep. 57: 4 Years A Slave
In this episode I talk about why college athletes should be paid, and deconstruct some of the arguments against paying them.
33 minutes | Mar 31, 2017
Ep. 56: So Long Charlotte
In this episode I talk about packing up to leave Charlotte and what I learned form the experience of moving here and losing my job. I also talk about some of my favorite podcasts that I think everyone should listen to: The Full Charge Power Hour Prinze and The Wolf Bertcast Punch Drunk Sports Vox's The Weeds
14 minutes | Mar 25, 2017
Ep.55: Campaign Finance Reform
In todays episode I talk about Citizens United, Activist Supreme Court Judges, and the need for publicly funded elections.
13 minutes | Mar 24, 2017
Ep. 54: Trumpcare Fails, What a Deal for America
In todays episode I quickly touch on the failure of Trumpcare/AHCA and then offer some ways that I think we can improve the ACA/Obamacare.
11 minutes | Mar 23, 2017
Ep. 53: Foget About It
In today's episode I tried to talk about communicating across the aisle in America, however after two takes I decide to Forget About It, and realize most people like their comfortable bubbles.
14 minutes | Mar 22, 2017
Ep. 52: Behind The Curtain
In this episode I discuss why I am going to try more frequent but shorter episodes of podcasts, and some of the topics I will discuss going forwards. I also talk just a little bit about how I see myself and this podcast almost getting canceled.
60 minutes | Mar 12, 2017
Ep. 51: The Boys are Back
This week I am joined by two of my college roommates; Brad Hess and Aaron Neumeyer. We talk about some of our old times in college, Instagram models, and finish with a little Trump and IU basketball.
55 minutes | Mar 6, 2017
Ep. 50: Why Planned Parenthood and the Fight for $15 Matter
On this weeks episode I talk about the importance of changing the discussion around Planned Parenthood, to focus on the federal government reimbursing Planned Parenthood for medical services render instead of funding Planned Parenthood. I also talk about the need to raise the minimum wage and how the Fight for $15 will benefit all workers, so we need to stop letting the capital class divide and conquer the working class by feeding us false ideas about what an increase in the minimum wage will do. I also offer reasons why conservatives should back both Planned Parenthood and the Fight for $15. Then I have Mishka Shubaly take us home, with his song Your Stupid Dreams. So check out his music and follow him on twitter @mishkashubaly. Add me on snapchat, instagram, and twitter @jasonbanicki Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/jasonbanickiexperience/ Add us on Instagram: @jasonbanickiexperience Subscribe, Rate, and Review on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play Music, Satchel Podcast Player, Cashbox Podcast Player, or iHeart Radio
40 minutes | Feb 27, 2017
Ep. 49 Welcome Back
My first episode in a month is a solo episode where I explain my long absence from recording and talk about the Daytona 500, MLB spring trying, a quick take on why Tom Brady is not the GOAT, A brief focus on the Cheeto in Chief's first 5 weeks, and finish with a brief one star review segment.
30 minutes | Jan 26, 2017
EP. 48: Solitary Confinement is Needed, Especially for Bankers
This week is another solo podcast, so I try and keep it short, sweet, and to a couple of points. I start by explaining why I believe solitaire confinement is sometimes the only answer to keep prisons safe, for both inmates and officers. I then transition to talking about the need to regulate the banks, break them up, and hold bankers accountable for the crimes they commit.
42 minutes | Jan 21, 2017
Ep. 47: Let's Talk Criminal Justice Reform
This week's episode is a solo podcast where I briefly touch on the better turnout for the Women's March then the Inauguration, the maddening inconsistency of the BBWAA hall of fame voting. I quickly explain why I think Jose Canseco deserves to get in to Cooperstown. I finish with a half hour on criminal justice reform, from both a humanistic and financial perspective. I explain what liberty means within the scope of criminal justice reform, and why that needs to start with decriminalizing drugs and prostitution, along with ending locking people up for being poor.
92 minutes | Jan 12, 2017
Ep. 46: #PEEOTUS, Friends, and a Top 5
This week I am joined by Brad Hess and for the second half Stimpy. We start by talking about #PEEOTUS, we transition into Friends vs How I Met Your Mother, which turns in to my rant on Friends being a severely over-rated sit-com. Then we finish up by discussing our top 5 female musician crushes. So this episode is all over the place, especially since we lost the original 30 minutes due to a technical mishap, or Brad unplugging the recorder with an empty bottle of wine. SO check it out, subscribe, and share with your friends!
39 minutes | Jan 5, 2017
Ep. 45: State of the Union/Podcast
This week I do a solo podcast where I reflect on the first year of this podcast, what I have done that I liked, what I hope to do better going forward, and what stretch goals I have for myself and this podcast. I also reflect on the year that was and what I hope to accomplish in the next year. On the whole I am grateful for the year that was 2016 and express some optimism for 2017. So thanks for listening and thanks to all my great friends and family. Subscribe below: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jason-banicki-experience/id1080225127?mt=2
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