Back this week with more of a full length podcast. Obviously the virus is still pretty much the only thing going on in the news cycle. Brent and Alex discuss more of the fallout including economics and moral arguments.
To finish up, a discussion on video games to play while shut in at home.
As you probably guessed from the title, a decent portion of this week’s podcast is about the Democrat Presidential Primary. A bit of laughing, I mean, discussion on Bloomberg. Obviously Biden and Bernie. We get into Schumer going completely off his rocker.
We start talking about books we’ve recently read and that goes deep into the awesomeness of Sanderson.
Back with a shorter episode than normal this week due to family responsibilities.
Alex and Brent discuss the SC Democratic Debate, the response of some Republicans to the debate, whinging about disinformation, NTers deciding they get to set the conditions on their return to the party, and whatever else comes along.
Back again! And with a guest! This week Alex and Brent are joined by Townhall columnist, retired Colonel, author, and twitter extraordinaire, Kurt Schlichter.
We discuss the soon to be new acting Director of National Intelligence, Trump trolling, all of the winning, “peace through strength”, and pretty much anything else that popped up while talking with Kurt.
Alex and Brent then continue on with discussion on McCabe and wrap up with The Witcher, video games, Locke and Key, and briefly mention the new podcast gear.
On that note, there where…glitches…on this episode. Stick with us folks. We’re still learning.
All that said, enjoy the episode. And as always, HEADPHONES.
There’s no pod this week or next. My wife are heading out of town for a bit, so that’s precludes recording next week. This week…well….my grandfather passed on Sunday March 31. Last night was the viewing (I hate those) and today was his funeral.
I was asked by my father to deliver the eulogy. I did so and I was able to get a recording of it. I’d like to share that with y’all so that more folks can get a glimpse of a great man. I can’t begin to do him justice, but I did what I could.