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The Punk Rock Politix Podcast
67 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
School's Out for Summer
In the last episode before our summer hiatus, political analyst Mitch Maley and actor/director Brendan Ragan discuss the Fauci emails, Big Tech overreach, the military's rape problem and more ...
50 minutes | May 21, 2021
That Drip, Drip, Drip
With Brendan out in order to have his single, lonely wisdom tooth extracted, musician Rob Garcia of the Jukebox Assassins stops by and talks with journalist Mitch Maley about the week's top stories; the growing Wuhan lab leak theory and the continuing drip, drip, drip of UFO intel, including this week's episode of 60 Minutes.
61 minutes | May 14, 2021
Black Wall Street?
Actor/Director Brendan Ragan and Political Journalist Mitch Maley discuss the Liz Cheney thing, feds spying on journalists, the new CDC guidance on masks and Mitch's new book, Burn, Black Wall Street, Burn, which tells the story of the 1921 race massacre in Greenwood, a segregated section of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
76 minutes | Apr 30, 2021
Lawyers, Guns & Money
Journalist Mitch Maley and actor/director Brendan Ragan grade President Biden's first 100 days, give a UFO update, dunk on Josh "I hate big tech unless they're helping me sell books" Hawley, and debate whether any meaningful change can occur through gun control ...
61 minutes | Apr 23, 2021
Tucker Carlson for President?
Political columnist Mitch Maley and actor/director Brendan Ragan discuss the George Floyd shooting and police violence; Mathew McConaughey's possible run for Governor of Texas and whether Tucker Carlson is the real heir apparent to Donald Trump in 2024.
76 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
Grump Old Men
With Brendan busy doing "theater stuff" and Alex on a date, journalist Mitch Maley and radio icon Henry Raines discuss whether COVID will EVER END and the possibility that the recent police shooting in Minnesota was not racially motivated ...
62 minutes | Apr 2, 2021
College: An Arm and a Leg Are No Longer Enough
Political journalist Mitch Maley and actor/director Brendan Ragan talk about the Netflix documentary Varsity Blues: The College Admission Scandal, as well as the astronomical cost of a college education and whether that's why hundreds of thousands fewer Americans are making the jump to 13th grade. They also dive into the clouds above the head of Congressman Matt Gaetz, who might be the ultimate "Florida Man."
69 minutes | Mar 26, 2021
The Great Baby Bust
Journalist Mitch Maley and Actor/Director Brendan Ragan discuss the U.S. getting "back to normal" on mass shootings and how rather than COVID causing a baby boom, as predicted, U.S. births dropped by about 300,000 over the past year, continuing a trend that could have profound long-term impacts.
88 minutes | Mar 19, 2021
Political columnist Mitch Maley, AM radio icon Henry Raines and comedian Alex Boyce discuss immigration and infrastructure, and why neither is likely to go very far, despite being hot political issues, and Alex tells us why new rules making it easier for international investors to trade in China's booming capital markets might spell trouble for the good old USofA ...
72 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
It's Raining Men
Local radio legend Henry Raines drops by the Punk Rock studio to join Mitch Maley and Brendan Ragan in a spirited conversation about whether the PRO Act will go anywhere, Medicare for All vs. VA-style health care, and whether President Biden will prove to be more of a hawk or dove in his twilight years as the military-industrial complex and Pentagon resist a drawdown in Afghanistan.
57 minutes | Mar 5, 2021
The Golden Cow & the Pierced Nippled Pervert
Mitch Maley, Brendan Ragan and Elsie Gilmore discuss the Democrats' ever-shrinking relief bill, the weirdness of CPAC, and Andrew Cuomo having been a very, very naughty boy ...
61 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
Where Are Our Damn Checks, Joe?
Political journalist Mitch Maley, Comedian Alex Boyce and Actor/Director Brendan Ragan discuss the stupidity of rolling primaries, Neera Tanden being awful for different reasons than Republicans claim, Vaccinegate and whether President Biden will ever get around to stroking those checks!
80 minutes | Feb 19, 2021
Hell Freezes Over (well, not hell, but where Ted Cruz lives)
Journalist Mitch Maley, climate activist Elsie Gilmore and comedian/finance savant Alex Boyce discuss what went wrong in Texas, student debt forgiveness, the Romney Plan for direct payments to Americans with children, and whether the Bitcoin bubble is soon to burst.
73 minutes | Feb 12, 2021
They Call Me Bruce (Castor)
Mitch, Elsie and Brendan discuss War Incorporated, Impeachment Theater, Immigration and why moissanites are perfectly acceptable substitutes for diamonds and require absolutely no disclosure.
75 minutes | Feb 5, 2021
Hangin' with the Boyce
Comedian and finance nerd Alex Boyce joins actor/director Brendan Ragan and political journalist Mitch Maley for a discussion on Wall Street vs. Reddit, Biden's flip flop on immediate $2,000 checks if Dems won the Georgia Senate seats and the war within the Republican Party (update: The House voted to strip Marjorie Taylor Greene of committee posts just after the podcast was recorded).
54 minutes | Jan 29, 2021
No Saving Spots!
Mitch Maley, Brendan Ragan, and Elsie Gilmore discuss the best and worst of Biden's cabinet picks, his Executive Orders, Redditers sticking it to Wall Street and why you're a horrible person if you save parking places and theater seats for friends who haven't shown up yet!
69 minutes | Jan 22, 2021
Inauguration, Pardons, What Now Q? and UFOs!
Mitch Maley, Elsie Gilmore and Brendan Ragan discuss Biden's inauguration, Trump's pardon spree, what will happen to Qanon devotees now that the jig is up and why Congress requested a Pentagon briefing on UFOs in the most recent COVID relief bill.
76 minutes | Jan 14, 2021
Episode 1: The Great Realignment
Mitch Maley is joined by actor/director Brendan Ragan and climate activist Elsie Gilmore to discuss the vote to impeach the President and the GOP's Trump problem. Will Republicans jettison the Trump base or attempt to keep their votes without somehow losing even more white suburban voters to moderate Democrats? And will Dems continue to pivot right to attract them at the risk of further alienating progressives?
1 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
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