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We've Heard It Both Ways
34 minutes | Nov 16, 2020
The 2020 Election Autopsy: Trump Lost, Republicans Won
Jon is joined by political analyst and bourbon enthusiast Andy Kleschick to break down the results of the 2020 election! The co-hosts discuss the evident repudiation of the Trump administration and President Trump’s personal behaviors, while contrasting the Republican Party’s major election night victory. Jon and Andy also analyze Joe Biden’s clear position of weakness heading into The White House, the fact that yet again the polls were demonstrably wrong, and the media’s continued bias and interference in the electoral process. Plus, predictions for the next 2 years of politics!
5 minutes | Aug 1, 2020
Distilled Discussions Trailer
Coming Soon! Distilled Discussions is the foremost podcast destination for everything alcohol! Two friends, Andy and Jon, explore the world of spirits, going over the history of whiskey and different brands and alcohols, while giving their tasting thoughts on the world’s favorite spirits. Each episode they will cover a different distillery, it’s history and the brands they distill, interviews with master distillers, tastings, current events related to each brand and other tidbits of information relevant to the world of whiskey and alcohol.
56 minutes | Apr 5, 2020
Ep. 348 The Apocalypse Gave Jonny A Ginger Beard
Jon is joined by the co-host of “We’ve Heard It Both Ways” and personal trainer Jon Kleinhenz to discuss everything coronavirus and surviving the apocalypse.
60 minutes | Mar 22, 2020
Ep. 336 Surviving Quarantine! (with Andy Kleschick)
Jon is joined by Andy Kleschick to discuss everything coronavirus, TV shows, movies and other activities to help us all survive quarantine and the changes that have drastically impacted our lives over the last several days. The co-hosts also breakdown the economic implications and solutions related to COVID-19, the proper stock market and financial strategies during this trying time, the pros and cons of the potential aid packages currently being negotiated by Congress and the efficacy and negative side effects of indefinitely shutting down the US economy. Plus, an analysis of the Trump administration's response, the psychology of panic buying and how we handle this crisis moving forward.
48 minutes | Oct 14, 2019
Ep. 78 Trump’s Syria Surrender
Jon is joined by Lieutenant Colonel Bill Profitt to discuss President Trump’s ill advised decision to draw down troops in Syria, Turkey’s ensuing invasion and current standing within NATO, and the likely implications that Trump’s Syria surrender will have on the United States, Russia, Iran, Bashar al Assad, and their influence in the region. The co-hosts also breakdown the NBA’s decision to prostrate at the feet of the evil, oppressive Chinese government, the league, players, and coach’s decision to forfeit their right to speak out on social issues and place money above morality, and the left’s overall willingness to chastise the US while defending far worse regimes. Plus, a full impeachment analysis, and how will it will potentially affect Democrats and Trump heading into 2020.
62 minutes | Oct 7, 2019
Ep. 77 The Party That Cried Impeachment
Jon is joined by Jim Yothment to discuss the Democrats’ impeachment push, the hysteria surrounding the party that cried wolf, the potential conspiracy taking place between House Dems and the intel community, whether President Trump or Joe Biden actually committed any wrongdoings, what affect the recently released Volker texts will have on the investigation, and how the overall impeachment process will impact Trump and the Democrats heading into 2020. The co-hosts also breakdown the current state of the Presidential election, Bernie Sanders’ heart attack, the validity of the polls, and who will win the Democratic nomination.
105 minutes | Aug 12, 2019
Mass Shootings, Football & Suicide Or Murder? (With Gareth Steadman and Andy Kleschick)
Jon sits down with political analysts Gareth Steadman and Andy Kleschick to breakdown the recent mass shootings in Dayton and El Paso, whether assault rifles should be banned, the chances of ratifying the 2nd Amendment, what is causing the mass shooting epidemic, and which policies can curb this horrendous violence. The co-hosts also discuss the alleged suicide of disgraced financier and child rapist Jeffery Epstein, the possibility he might’ve actually been murdered, and whether the Clintons or President Trump were involved. Plus, the degradation of political discourse, American life is good, fantasy football and BBQ.
71 minutes | Aug 5, 2019
Assault Rifles, The NRA & White People Aren’t To Blame For Mass Shootings (with Lt Co Bill Profitt)
Jon sits down with former Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army, Bill Profitt, to discuss the mass shooting epidemic, whether assault rifles and white supremacy are the main variables regarding the existence of mass shootings, the irrelevance of the NRA, the left’s convenient ability to block out inner city crime and/or the weapons that truly cause the vast majority of murders, and which gun control policies would actually help curb gun violence? The co-hosts also breakdown the 2020 race including the current standings, the most recent debates, the moderate vs radical conundrum within the Democratic Party, “The Squad,” and whether or not the ever increasing popularity of impeachment on the left will result in a Trump ousting. Plus, the booming economy, how Trump’s tariffs are impacting the American people, and would universal basic income improve the country?
57 minutes | Jul 29, 2019
Ep. 74 Water Guns, Cops, & No Obstruction, No Collusion (with Jim Yothment)
Jon sits down with political analyst and former police officer Jim Yothment to discuss the recent and disturbing trend of predominantly minority individuals assaulting police officers with buckets of water and water guns, how police are, and should respond, what’s likely to occur moving forward, and how race relations plummeted under the racially divisive President Obama. The co-hosts also breakdown the Mueller report and recent hearing, the not so new revelation that no evidence of collusion or obstruction has been found against President Trump, the Steele Dossier, and the likelihood of members of the Hilary Clinton campaign and/or the Obama administration being indicted due to their involvement in Russian collusion and FISA abuses. Plus, “The Squad,” Joe Biden and a full 2020 preview ahead of the second round of debates.
67 minutes | Jul 29, 2019
Ep. 73 The Prodigal Son Returns! (with Jon Kleinhenz)
Jon and Jon sit down to discuss their summers, healthy changes they and you can make as we prepare to head into the fall, and the importance of gut health. The co-hosts also breakdown evolution, mortality, what happens after death, the abstract nature of the afterlife, existentialism, and where technological advances and a rapid universal knowledge increase will take humankind moving forward. Plus, AOC and the squad, the Mueller hearings, impeachment and Trump’s political and social media tactics.
86 minutes | Jul 15, 2019
Ep. 72 Vacations, Democrats Call Each Other Racist & Game Of Thrones Prequels
Jon Profitt and pop culture/economic guru Andy Kleschick sit down to discuss the potential for Game of Thrones prequels, including Aegon's Conquest and Robert's Rebellion, as well as the history of Westeros and the possibility of GoT sequels. The hosts also breakdown their Fourth of July celebrations, the best vacation spots in the country, and previous and upcoming family reunions. Plus, an analysis of AOC and “The Squad,” far left politics and how it’s affecting the illegal immigration crisis, whether or not Nancy Pelosi is racist, climate change and the current US debt.
34 minutes | Jun 24, 2019
Ep. 71 Iran Attacks & The Illegal Immigration Crisis (with Gareth Stedman)
Jon Profitt and Gareth Stedman sit down to discuss the recent Iranian aggression, how the Trump administration will and should respond, and the pros and cons of US military actions around the world. Plus, a breakdown of the current illegal immigration crisis that has hit record numbers, and what needs to be done at the Southern border to curb the massive flow of illegal migrants entering the country.
174 minutes | Jun 3, 2019
Ep. 70 Game of Thrones Season 7 Recap
Jon Profitt and Andy Kleschick recap season 7 of Game of Thrones, breakdown the best moments and most important plot points, and discuss their favorite characters, lines, fights and sex scenes.
106 minutes | May 31, 2019
Ep. 69 Game of Thrones S8E6: The Iron Throne
Jon Profitt and Andy Kleschick discuss ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8, Episode 6, “The Iron Throne” by exploring the key aspects of the story that ultimately shaped the series finally, discussing the pros and cons of the individual who ultimately sat on the Iron Throne, and analyzing whether or not ‘the wheel’ was actually broken. Plus, the co-host’s favorite insights, observations and predictions for ‘Thrones’ spin off shows, and what will happen in a post-GoT Westeros.
117 minutes | May 31, 2019
Ep. 68 Game of Thrones S8E5: The Bells
Jon Profitt and Andy Kleschick discuss ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8, Episode 5, “The Bells” by exploring the horror and destruction that befell King’s Landing, examining the warning signs throughout the series that foreshadowed Daenerys’ inevitable spiral into the ‘Mad Queen,’ and discussing the forced nature of Dany’s character arc, and the entire final season. Plus, the co-hosts favorite insights, observations and predictions for how the game of thrones will conclude.
121 minutes | May 10, 2019
Ep. 67 Game of Thrones S8E4: The Last of the Starks
Jon Profitt and Andy Kleschick discuss ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8, Episode 4, “The Last of the Starks” by exploring the most important plot points, examining how difficult it actually is to slay a dragon, debating the likelihood of Daenerys becoming the ‘Mad Queen,’ breaking down the militaristic strategy mistakes and triumphs throughout the episode, scrutinizing the morality of “rightful” treason and the concept of the most fit leader being the one who doesn't want to lead, and analyzing who this story we have come to know and love truly belongs to. Plus, the co-hosts favorite insights, observations and predictions for how the game of thrones will unfold over the final two episodes.
108 minutes | May 2, 2019
Ep. 66 Game of Thrones S8E3: The Long Night
Jon Profitt and Andy Kleschick discuss ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8, Episode 3, “The Long Night” by exploring the most important plot points regarding the last stand of the living, breaking down militaristic strategy mistakes and triumphs throughout the battle, examining the histories of the Night King, Jon, Arya, Melisandre and Co. and how they ultimately lead to the long night, and to it’s conclusion. Plus, the co-hosts favorite insights, observations and predictions for the rest of the series.
138 minutes | May 2, 2019
Ep. 65 Game Of Thrones Season 6 Recap
Jon Profitt and Andy Kleschick recap season 6 of Game of Thrones, breakdown the best moments and most important plot points, and discuss their favorite characters, lines, fights and sex scenes.
158 minutes | Apr 30, 2019
Ep. 64 Game of Thrones Season 5 Recap
Jon Profitt and Andy Kleschick recap seasons 5 of Game of Thrones, breakdown the best moments and most important plot points, and discuss their favorite characters, lines, fights and sex scenes.
44 minutes | Apr 25, 2019
Game of Thrones S8E2: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms
Jon Profitt and Andy Kleschick discuss ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8, Episode 2, “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms” by exploring the most important plot points, examining the characters varied reactions to the likely final moments of their lives, breaking down the histories of the 7 kingdoms and it’s major players, and how they lead so many opposed characters to come together, sharing their favorite insights into the episode and giving predictions for the Battle of Winterfell and the following episodes.
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