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18 minutes | Nov 26, 2021
Cheddar Makes It Better - Sheena Jones shares her success journey and new role with the up and coming network
Sheena Jones, the director of talent and editorial operations for television network Cheddar, joins Politically Entertaining to discuss her path to achieving success and the lessons learned along the way.
35 minutes | Mar 24, 2021
Former North Dakota Senator Heitkamp talks COVID relief, white supremacy, and her One Country Initiative
Former North Dakota Senator Heidi Heitkamp joins Politically Entertaining to discuss her new One Country Project, why Democrats are so bad at messaging, and why the passage of the recent COVID-19 relief bill was so important.
67 minutes | Jan 30, 2021
Money Grabs, Insurrections, and Role Models
Frank and Byron return for season 6 locked and loaded. Byron shares his experience at the Capitol on January 6th. Frank takes a deep dive into the chaos on Wall Street. Frank and Byron both ponder what a second impeachment trial for Donald Trump means for the country going forward.
54 minutes | Dec 13, 2020
Republican's Coup Attempt, Christmas Traditions, and Covid-19 Vaccines
Byron and Frank return to discuss Donald Trump and the Republicans attempt to subvert U.S. democracy. Byron asks Frank about his Christmas Traditions and whether not he will get a Covid-19 vaccine.
73 minutes | Oct 29, 2020
4 More Years of Trump? - The Filibuster Election Special
Politically Entertaining leaves no stone unturned in their Election episode special. Byron and Frank weigh in on the which party will take the house, senate, and presidency. Byron explores what a Trump victory would mean for the future of U.S. politics and Franks rants against the weakness of the Democratic party.
54 minutes | Sep 25, 2020
RBG, Breonna Taylor, and the NBA Bubble
Byron delivers a thoughtful discourse on the late Breonna Taylor, Frank likes the Lakers v Heat in the NBA Finals, and both men share thoughts on the passing of the Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
38 minutes | Sep 8, 2020
Roger Goodell, Cobra Kai, Daniel Prude, and a Wellness Checkup
Byron and Frank check in on each other and discuss Roger Goodell's appearance on Difficult Conversations with a Black Man as well as the tragic death of Daniel Prude at the hands of the police. Byron also has an interesting take on the TV series Cobra Kai.
36 minutes | Sep 4, 2020
Going Green - Kristin Bracey joins Politically Entertaining
Reporting State Delegate Kristen Bracey joins the show to discuss her career as a political activist and the current initiatives she is working on as a member of the Green Party.
58 minutes | Jul 4, 2020
Bad Bounties, Van Jones caught up, and the continuing incompetence in the White House
Frank and Byron return to discuss allegations of Russian Bounties on U.S. Soldiers, the opportunistic nature of Van Jones, as well as reactions to their recent interview with Oklahoma Senator James Lankford.
28 minutes | Jun 30, 2020
Oklahoma Senator James Lankford discusses misconceptions about the Republican Party, Police Reform, and Racial Reconciliation
Oklahoma Senator James Lankford joins Politically Entertaining to discuss police reform legislation, the role of the church in racial reconciliation, and the stereotypes that plague the Republican party among black voters.
61 minutes | Jun 18, 2020
Mike Gundy in hot water, Kaep's Revenge, and Brandon Davis
Brandon Davis, Assistant Professor of Law and Society at Kansas University, joins the show to talk about what it means to defund the police, the dangers of over policing, and what reparations for black people would look like. Byron and Frank weigh in on the recent lynchings in California and ponder if Colin Kaepernick will make a return to the NFL.
79 minutes | Jun 2, 2020
George Floyd reaction, Biden's biggest problem, and Dr. Alysia Townsend
Dr. Alysia Townsend joins the show to discuss the current state of the U.S. medical system as it relates to COVID-19. Frank and Byron both weigh in heavily on the death of George Floyd and discuss Biden's fatal flaw.
45 minutes | Apr 28, 2020
COVID-19 Chronicles - New Hobbies and the New Normal
Frank and Byron come of out hibernation aka quarantine for their latest episode. They take a look at the current crisis and what the aftermath will be financially, politically, and socially.
49 minutes | Mar 16, 2020
Mental Health Roundtable with Dr. Worthy and Dr. Mills
Clinical psychologist Dr. Worthy and neuropsychologist Dr. Mills join Politically Entertaining for an open discussion on mental health from the diagnosis, treatments, and the affects on family as well as those who are care givers.
46 minutes | Mar 2, 2020
Corona Virus, Super Tuesday, and the greatness of Zion
Politically Entertaining returns for 5th season with its usual vim and vigor. Byron touts the greatness of rookie Zion Williamson and Frank looks at the Democratic field heading into Super Tuesday. Lastly, Frank and Byron share their thoughts on the Corona Virus.
42 minutes | Dec 22, 2019
Lizzo twerks, Lamar Jackson runs, and White Power reemerges
Frank and Byron end the season with a variety of interesting topics. Frank weighs in on Lizzo's courtside twerking, Byron questions the impeachment strategy of the Democrats, and both hosts wonder if Lamar Jackson will ever get his due for being a great quarterback rather than just a great athlete at the position.
50 minutes | Oct 6, 2019
Botham Jean verdict reaction, Byron Allen v Comcast
Frank and Byron explore the verdict and reaction to the Botham Jean murder trial as well as if major networks like Comcast have colluded against mogul Byron Allen.
65 minutes | Sep 21, 2019
Lauren Burke, 1619 Project, and The Death of Democracy
Frank and Byron jump back into action with an interview with Political Analyst and Correspondent Lauren Burke. Lauren weighs in on a possible impeachment as well as the field of Democratic hopefuls for the 2020 Presidential Race. Frank goes on a rant against conservative push back against the 1619 project. Byron questions whether the Revolt Summit did more harm than good.
41 minutes | Aug 31, 2019
DJ Rodski talks gentrification, political strife, and the current state of the black community in America
Renowned DJ and social activist Rodney Toomer, aka 'DJ Rodski', joins Politically Entertaining to discuss a host of issues. Rodney talks about gentrification and political unrest in Mobile, AL as well as solutions to the some of the problems that plague the black community both locally and nationwide.
45 minutes | Aug 17, 2019
Bitcoin Investments, Jay Z's NFL Partnership, and Renee Bach's Unhumanitarian effort in Uganda
Byron and Frank hit the ground running and talk tough topics ranging from Trump's media treatment, Renee Bach's debacle in Uganda, and whether or not Jay Z made the right move by partnering with the NFL.
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