Month: February 2023

2/24/23 – Stopping Karens for Fascism Ft. Liz Mikitarian

In this episode, we are joined by Liz Mikitarian of ‘Stop Moms for Liberty’ as we covered President Biden’s visit to Ukraine, Jimmy Carter’s legacy, the manipulation of public education through fear, the founding of ‘Moms for Liberty’, and advocating for education. We discussed how President Biden’s visit to Ukraine was not warned to Russia and they threatened nukes after he left. We also looked into the late President George W Bush, Jimmy Carter’s long life and service, Marjorie Taylor Greene’s popularity, the organization ‘Stop Moms for Liberty’, the privatization of education and how it has been funded by large organizations, how well-meaning parents have been manipulated by the national rhetoric to become the greatest enemies to public schools, and the importance of parental involvement in their children’s education. Finally, we talk about how you can get involved if you want to stop pushing back and start pushing ahead.

2/10/23 – Bringing Down The House, ft. Carlos Navarro

We are joined by Tracksuit Mafia and Monsters in the Morning Star Carlos Navarro to talk politics. Carlos Navarro is a local radio host on 104.1 Monsters in the morning, but has also acted in the Walking Dead and is a member of the Tracksuit Mafia in Disney’s Hawkeye.

In this episode of the podcast, Carlos, Shellby, and Jamie discuss the recent legal cases against former President Donald Trump in both Georgia and New York. The reopening of the New York corruption case and the potential charges against Trump are a hot topic of discussion. The hosts share their thoughts on the potential outcome of these cases and what it means for Trump’s future.

The hosts also talk about the current political landscape, including the race to the primaries and the controversies surrounding Florida Governor DeSantis. They question how DeSantis managed to become a political figure and discuss the impact of the Tea Party movement on the current state of the Republican party.

The group also touches on the influence of different generations on political affiliations and the GOP’s race to lock down power or lose it forever. The recent debt ceiling negotiations and the role of McCarthy and McConnell in the process are also discussed.

Despite the challenges and divisiveness in politics, the hosts emphasize the importance of staying informed and continuing the conversation about the issues that affect their communities. They express their hope for a more united political landscape in the future.